Beetiful designed the book cover for Dutch Apple, a romantic comedy book by Tamar Jameson.
Between a horrible job, being a full-time student, and a less than ideal living situation, Arden Monaghan is barely holding her life together. Her top priorities are paying for tuition, food, and rent, and keeping her ex at arm’s length. She is stubborn and determined to make her own way. When she’s put on the spot to choose between her beliefs and her modern sensibilities, Arden chooses to keep both. A decision that has landed her in hot water again, and now she’s facing excommunication. Arden is not in the market for romance. A gorgeous and determined stranger, however has other ideas.
Saar Aijen is a rich model who is used to having women fall at his feet, but just because he can get women doesn’t mean that he can make them stay. A handsome face hasn’t protected him from heartbreak. When he sees just how well Arden’s kind and industrious spirit compliments her delicious curves, he wants to know more, but looks and charm only get Saar a foot in the door. Arden’s not about to become his latest fling. Saar is much more than he seems to be on the surface, and Arden may be the one person with an open mind and heart that he can trust to bring into his world.
Between her barely controlled chaos, his mysterious secrets, and their past heartaches, can Arden and Saar make things work on their own terms?
WARNING: This book is a standalone novel without a cliffhanger ending, and a satisfying HEA. It is part of a larger universe of books and short stories. There are some pretty steamy scenes, some violence, some sci-fi elements, some religious elements, nudity, some foul language. None of it is overly graphic or designed to offend, it’s mostly just everyday things that the characters encounter. This is after all a romantic comedy with some drama.