Cover Spot: Star Dust by Emma Barry and Genevieve Turner




Emma Barry and Genevieve Turner on Star Dust‘s cover: We wanted the cover (and typography!) for Star Dust to convey the 60s setting and the book’s romantic comedy vibe. We hope everyone is ready for space-race romance!


Houston, 1962

Anne-Marie Smith wanted normal: a loving husband, two beautiful kids, and a well-kept house. But when she catches her husband cheating, she decides that normal isn’t worth it. Now in a new city with a new job, she’s trying to find her new normal—but she knows it doesn’t include the sexy playboy astronaut next door.

Commander Kit Campbell has a taste for fast: fast cars, fast planes, and even faster women. But no ride he’s ever taken will be as fast as the one he’s taking into orbit. He’s willing to put up with the prying adoration of an entire country if it will get him into space.

But Anne-Marie and Kit’s inconvenient attraction threatens both normal and fast. As the space race heats up, his ambitions and their connection collide and combustion threatens their plans… and their hearts.

Star Dust released yesterday and can be found at the following locations:

Buy Links:



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3 Responses to Cover Spot: Star Dust by Emma Barry and Genevieve Turner

  1. Carrie-Anne says:

    That cover is beautiful! Purple and blue are my favorite colors, and I also love the other elements on the cover. I’m also a big fan of contemporary historicals. That subgenre seems rather underrepresented in romance.


  2. Melissa Keir says:

    Love the cover and it sounds like a great read! 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

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