Cover Reveal for the Jaded Series by Alex Grayson @AlexGrayson10 @SaintNSinbooks

That’s a word Bailey Winsor
knows well, having endured it since she was a child from the people who were
supposed to protect her. Just when her life appears normal, something Bailey
has never experienced, she meets a man and falls in love.
Love can be deceiving.
Bailey jumps from the frying
pan that was her childhood and into the burning bowels of hell, which is her
sick and twisted husband. It’s hopeless. Suffering more years of abuse, Bailey
eventually realizes she has no choice but to run. 
Forced to stop in a small
town in Ohio, Bailey encounters a town full of people that welcomes her with
open arms, especially Jaxon Walker, the tattooed and pierced local bar owner.
Bailey has secrets she’s unwilling to reveal. Jaxon senses her fear and refuses
to give up trying to discover them.

Will Bailey be brave enough
and learn to trust Jaxon with her deepest secrets? Will Jaxon be strong enough
to protect Bailey when her past comes knocking at her door?

Enduring the ultimate betrayal on her
eighteenth birthday by the one person she loves most in the world, Mia Walker
is no longer the innocent, sweet young woman she used to be. She is now cold
and hard, letting no one get close to her heart, except family.

Mackai (Mac) Weston sees the changes in Mia on
a daily basis. He knows he is the reason Mia is now the way she is. Never given
the chance to explain what really happened that night so long ago, Mac is
determined to make Mia finally listen and reclaim what was always his.

When the truth finally comes out, danger shows
its ugly face. There are people in Jaded Hollow who do not want Mac and Mia
together. They are willing to do whatever it takes to keep them apart. 

Will Mac be strong enough to overcome
temptation, even when the odds are against him? Will Mia forgive Mac when she
realizes things weren’t what they seemed ten years ago? 


Andrew Donovan is the outrageous goofy
guy everyone loves. In any setting he takes center stage and makes everyone
laugh; from his ridiculously funny t-shirts, to his naughty jokes, to his
shameless flirting with anything that walks, male or female. But what you see
on the outside can sometimes be deceiving. Andrew has a secret. A secret that’s
slowly withering away the fun-loving guy everyone knows. A secret even his
closest friends know nothing about.

When he first sees Jase in a picture,
he knows instantly he’s found the one person who will be his forever. He’s just
impatiently biding his time until Jase gets to Jaded Hollow. Andrew is torn. On
one hand, he’s finally found the other half of his soul, while on the other,
he’s slowly dying inside. Tragedy is on the horizon and there’s nothing he can
do to stop it.
Jase Matthews comes to Jaded Hollow a
dead man walking. He knows it’s only a matter of time before they find him.
There is no way they’ll let him live. He’s instantly drawn to Andrew, but he
refuses the connection, knowing his days are numbered. However, it’s not long
before he realizes the pull Andrew has on him is something he can’t fight.

Can Andrew find the courage to reveal
to his loved ones the secret he’s kept for years? Will Jase be the man to help
him overcome the grief he feels inside? And what happens when Jase’s past
catches up to him and threatens to take away the man Andrew’s waited forever to


do you do when you lose the single most important thing in your life? You
grieve. You sink so deep in a hole, you can no longer see the top. All you see
is dark. Your life becomes dull and dreary. You withdraw from your friends,
lash out at the ones you’re closest to, and become so absorbed in your pain,
you feel the only way out is to end it permanently. Your heart no longer pumps
properly and you can never get enough air in your lungs. You drink, you neglect
your health, and you rent dirty hotel rooms with the sole purpose of ending
your pain in them. Guilt eats at you for not being at the one place you were
needed the most. And you become angry because you were left behind.

at least, that’s what I did. Until she came along….
the bane of my existence. She’s always there in the background, watching me,
trying to “be there” for me. I don’t want her help. I don’t need her to butt in
where she’s not wanted. I just want to be left alone in my grief. But she’s not
giving up, even when I throw insult after insult her way. Every time I turn
around, there she is. And what’s worse, she’s starting to make me want things.
Things I never thought I could have again. She’s making me forget the pain and
bringing color back into my life with her fiery red hair, bright green eyes,
and the silly faces she makes at herself in the mirror. But what happens if I
let her in? Could I be brave enough to open myself up, knowing the possibility
of having it snatched away again? Once I know the feeling of touching Chris, of
having her heart and soul blend with mine, I would never survive losing that.

I take the chance of her being my savior, even knowing that she could also be
the one to push me over the edge of self-destruction?


Alex Grayson is originally from the south, but has recently moved to Northern Ohio. Although she misses the warmth of Florida and often times detest the cold of Ohio, she absolutely loves living in the north. Her and her husband bought a house on two acres of land and live there with their daughter, son, one dogs, two cats, eight ducks, and three chickens. She hopes to eventually get a couple of goats to add to their country way of living. Besides her family and home, her next best passion is reading. She is often found with her nose obsessively stuck in a book, much to the frustration of her husband and daughter. On more than one occasion Alex found herself wanting a book to go a certain way, but it didn’t. With these thoughts in mind, she decided to start writing stories according to her own visions. Although this is a new endeavor for her, she hopes that readers find her concepts on romance intriguing and captivating. Alex welcomes and encourages feedback, of any kind. She can be contacted at

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