REVIEW: Cover to Covers by Alexandrea Weis


Alexandrea Weis. February 1st 2014. World Castle Publishing

A man driven by his desires

Tyler Moore is considered cold, ruthless, and determined to get everything he wants. CEO of a flourishing oil company, he thrives on order and never gives up control to anyone.

The woman from his past

Monique Delome has left her unhappy past behind to pursue her dream of becoming a writer. Love is something she believes is better suited to the pages of her novels and not meant for real life.

Whether in the boardroom or the bedroom, Tyler Moore is always in charge. But when Monique Delome walks back into his life, everything changes. A successful romance author, all the sexy leading men Monique writes about strangely remind everyone of Tyler. Intrigued, Tyler sets out to seduce the one woman he could never forget. Soon Tyler gets more than he bargained for, and his grip on his well-ordered life is turned upside down.

Tyler Moore is about to find out what happens when a romantic tale jumps from the pages and comes to life between the sheets.


Cover to Covers is a quick and fun read that was romantic and frustrating at the same time. I have few peeves regarding how this book is written and all. Just not my cuppa tea.

This book is basically a story of Monique Delome and Tyler Moore. They dated more than 20 years back and hadn’t forgotten each other all this while. And both were so sweet in “finding” each other again after a chance meeting in a hotel.

So I love Tyler, I love his characters and his cocky attitude. It’s so refreshing and funny to see him getting all high school-ish in his old age (50). I do need to admit that I absolutely hated him the first few pages reading, but hey he grows on you. Monique was a bit more difficult to get into, but I ended up liking her too in the end! I wish they acted a bit more mature (their age!) though, it’s kind of off-putting reading them acting all childishly and stuff at times.

All in all, it’s a story about second chances and rediscovering romance when you least expected it. I had fun reading it, and while it didn’t have much impact for me, it was enjoyable nevertheless.

I was provided with a copy of an e-ARC in exchange for a honest review.



Alexandrea Weis is an advanced practice registered nurse who was born and raised in New Orleans. Her first novel, To My Senses, introduced readers to the world of Nicci Beauvoir and garnered numerous awards and rave reviews.
Her popular second Nicci Beauvoir novel, Recovery, won the Gold Medal for best romantic suspense from The Reader’s Favorite Book Awards 2011, and was named best Romantic Suspense novel by the Spring 2011 NABE Pinnacle Book Awards.
Her fourth novel, Broken Wings, won best Contemporary Romance by the NABE Pinnacle Book Awards in 2012, was a Silver Medal winner in the ForeWord Magazine Book of the Year Awards for Romance, as well as a finalist in the USA Book Awards for Romance in 2012, and a finalist in the Reader’s Favorite Book Awards for Contemporary Romance for 2012.
Diary of a One-Night Stand, was released in August 2012 and was named a Paranormal Romance Guild’s Best Reviewed of 2012. Her last novel, Acadian Waltz was a Readers’ Favorite Book Awards honorable mention winner for Best Contemporary Romance, and finalist in Best Southern Fiction.
A permitted wildlife rehabber with the Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries, Weis rescues orphaned and injured wildlife. She lives with her husband and pets in New Orleans


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