Monday, February 4, 2013

Cover Reveal: Volition (Perception #2) by Lee Strauss

Introducing VOLITION!

Book 2 in the dramatic PERCEPTION Series coming April 16!

Zoe Vanderveen is on the run with her captor turned rescuer, Noah Brody.

They're in love.

Or at least that’s what he tells her. Her memories have returned but her feelings are dreamlike—thin and
fleeting. Her heart can’t be trusted. Just look at what happened with Taylor Blake.

Senator Vanderveen’s new team of cyborg agents are in hot pursuit, and a reward for their capture is broadcast nationwide.
Record breaking cold and snow hinder their escape. Someone dies helping them.

And their fight for survival has only begun.

To celebrate Lee Strauss is giving away a $200.00 Amazon, Nook or itunes gift card!

Read on to find out how to enter.

VOLITION is the exciting continuation of Noah and Zoe's story from Perception.

Seventeen year old Zoe Vanderveen is a GAP—a genetically altered person. She lives in the security of a walled city on prime water-front property along side other equally beautiful people with extended life spans.

Her brother Liam is missing.

Noah Brody is a natural who lives on the outside. He leads protests against the GAPs and detests the widening chasm they’ve created between those who have and those who don’t. He doesn’t like girls like Zoe and he has good reason not to like her specifically.

Zoe’s carefree life takes a traumatic turn. She’s in trouble and it turns out that Noah, the last guy on earth she should trust, is the only one who can help her.

 Want to read PERCEPTION? It's available on Amazon, Kobo, itunes, and Nook.

About the author:  
Lee Strauss
Lee Strauss writes historical and science fiction/romance for upper YA and adult readers. She also writes light and fun stuff under the name Elle Strauss. To find out more about Lee and her books check out her facebook page. Follow her on Twitter at To find out about new releases sign up for her newsletter at


  1. I haven't read PERCEPTION. I don't know if Genetically Altered Persons can be trusted.

  2. I have not read Perception. I have no idea if a Genetically Altered Person can be trusted.

  3. I have not read Perception. A Genetically Altered Person cannot be trusted. It took years to go through life and experience to learn what is right and what is wrong. A genetically altered person might not have that experience. He/She could be the perfect soldier who obeys order, without a conscious, and without the perception of right and wrong. This could be very dangerous and very irresponsible of science.

  4. I have not read Perception, but I don't think a Genetically Altered Person can be trusted.


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