Cover Model Choices Book 2

Again, here are the choices for book 2 which begins in the late 1930’s and ends just after WWII. My heroine surprises herself by advancing from a secretary at the War Department to an unoffical FBI espionage agent. I love surprising my characters! Here are the choices:

cover model #1

cover model #1


cover model #2

cover model #2

cover model #3

cover model #3

So there are the three choices. Again, I’m not looking for th prettiest–I want the face and pose that make you want to know more about this character, to follow her journey, the most “evocative” modelhe one that grabs your attention! Again, leave a comment to be entered into the randome drawing for a $10 amazon gift card. And watch for the third book’s choices next week!–Lyn



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23 Responses to Cover Model Choices Book 2

  1. Tina Rice says:

    Lyn, these are all beautiful!
    I like #1 the best of them all.
    Blessings, Tina

  2. Paula Shreckhise says:

    Two. The fur coat and the hat are more to the period and the expression is contemplating something!

  3. Jacqueline Robertson says:

    I love #3. She seems more innocent and less likely to be a spy. She would slip under the radar. #1 seems really sophisticated and worldly so might be suspected as someone untrustworthy.

  4. 2 looks the best to me.

  5. Mary Fouraker says:

    I like #3 because she looks as if she has a look of innocence and could be hired for any job. Her eyes do suggest that she is looking ahead to the future, but certainly not expecting to become a spy. #1 is the most eye-catching, but she looks far too sophisticated and like she knows she owns the world – not a girl who would be surprised by moving up from a everybody secretary to serving as an espionage agent. #2 would be okay, but I’m not at all drawn to her.

  6. Alice Railton says:

    I would go with #2. She looks more innocent and unassuming. #1 is too glamorous and #3 doesn’t seem to fit the right era in history.

  7. Trixi says:

    I’m going to be different and say model #3. I really like how “innocent” she looks and that could be a great advantage to being an espionage agent. To me, she looks more like a secretary and a character that I’d like to get to know. Not sure why she strikes my fancy, but I midlife her looks 🙂

    • Trixi says:

      Ooops, that’s supposed to read “I just love her looks” not “midlife”…don’t you love autocorrect?? Ugh, sorry!

  8. Lyn Cote says:

    Thanks for all the good feedback!

  9. Alison Boss says:

    I like Model #1. She is stunning with a definite air of mystery!

  10. Glenda Fowlow says:

    I like 2 because she looks like she could be a secretary. She’s not super polished like number 1, but she still looks smart and a thinker.

  11. Natalya Lakhno says:

    I think #1 fits well into the time period! And she has secrecy about her.

  12. Martha T. says:

    I like #2.

  13. Lacey Waters says:

    the middle one says it best to me

  14. Alison Boss says:

    I like Model #1. She is grabbed my attention right away. She is very striking & alluring.

  15. Emily Shaner says:

    I like #1.

  16. Carol Knudtson says:

    I think number 1 would make me more interested in reading it. She looks spy-ey.

  17. Leigh says:

    I like #2 because she would more closely fit with the fashion of the time period especially for a secretary or unofficial espionage agent. Mystery but also blends. #1 is my second choice but her dress seems a little risque for an average secretary of the 30’s 40’s. You got it though for mysterious but would she stand out or blend in for unofficial espionage or as a secretary. Believe me secretaries are supposed to blend in unless you are thinking modern day eye candy.

  18. Anne says:

    Number 1 is wonderful and looks perfect for the era.

  19. Karen Semones says:

    I like #1 because she looks more like someone from the 1930’s would look and she is mysterious.

  20. Bonnie Oswald says:

    #1 mainly because #2 looks too sad to be that compelling, otherwise it would be #2

  21. Amy Donahue says:

    I like #2 because she looks feisty yet vulnerable.

  22. Susette says:

    I like #1 because she has an air of mystery about her.

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