In the UK they've started using pretty new covers to give the books a fresh new look and I'm absolutely delighted with what they've done with The Three Year Itch and All She Wants for Christmas Don't be fooled by the title which was changed by Marketing from Trouble in Paradise when a December slot opened up.
This book is set on a Caribbean island made for two and has nothing to with Christmas. At all.
In the US, Harlequin have taken the opposite tack and are using original covers and Dating Her Boss is, happily, one of my favourite covers. A real classic.
The heroes in these books are much more like Presents/Modern heroes - alpha, arrogant, tortured men.
For me, the men changed when I began writing scenes from their point of view. My first dual vp book was Eloping With Emmy (which is, incidentally available at the moment as an ebook for 99c) in which the hero took the lead vp role and we saw him falling in love - and knowing that it was all going to end in tears
Which do you prefer - the old or the new covers? And do you still enjoy those old books where the hero is darkly enigmatic - or do you want to know what is going on in that handsome head?
Leave a comment and I'll give away a copy of any one of my available backlist books for whoever's name comes out of the hat!