Cover Art Coverage: 17 New Titles!

October 10, 2012 Cover Art Coverage 0


Cover Art Coverage

This was a great week for cover art, a lot gorgeous use of color to draw the eye.  We were all in agreement on our least favorite option, but with so many gorgeous covers we each had our own favorites for best.  Which covers caught your eye this week?

Every Never After (Never #2) by Lesley Livingston

Cover Art: N/A

Expected publication: March 12th 2013 by Razorbill Canada

Source: Author’s Blog

 

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Once Every Never (Never, #1)

It’s happening again!

Despite their vow to each other at the end of Once Every Never, best friends Clare and Allie once more find themselves in trouble—and travelling in time. Indulging in a low-key vacation at Glastonbury Tor, taking part in an archaeological dig while soaking up the sights of summertime England, the girls have promised each other: no time travel shenanigans; no involvement with dangerous Druids or villainous museum thieves; and definitely no weirdness about the fact that Clare is now seriously dating Milo, Allie’s super-genius hottie cousin!

But when Allie makes an unexpected discovery at the dig site—a skull—the grisly artifact sends her spiralling back in time to a Roman encampment besieged by rampaging Celts. Caught between the Legions and the war band, Allie is rescued from certain death by Marcus, a young Roman soldier with a secret. As she struggles to survive in the past, Clare and Milo race desperately against time in the present to bring Allie home…before she loses her head OR her heart.

“Here it is – the spectacular cover for the second book in my NEVER trilogy… The sequel to ONCE EVERY NEVER… EVERY NEVER AFTER” – Lesley Livingston

Abigail’s Thoughts 

I was underwhelmed by the first cover, but this one is much more cohesive. I like how the font detail mimics the owl’s wings

Julia’s Thoughts 

I really like the top half of this cover, the young cover model makes this cover both compelling and concerning.  The red wash on the stars looks great, too.  The owl transitioning to the lake below, however, doesn’t quite look right to me.  The owl visually pinches off the image, and the lake looks too crisp to mesh with the stars above.

Kristina’s Thoughts 

The image of the girl over the landscape is really well done and pretty. I also like the magic or stars floating all over the cover.

The Dead and Buried by Kim Harrington

Cover Art: N/A

Expected publication: January 1st 2013 by Scholastic Point

Source: Author’s Blog

 

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A haunted house, a buried mystery, and a very angry ghost make this one unforgettable thriller.

Jade loves the house she’s just moved into with her family. She doesn’t even mind being the new girl at the high school: It’s a fresh start, and there’s that one guy with the dreamy blue eyes. . . . But then things begin happening. Strange, otherworldly things. Jade’s little brother claims to see a glimmering girl in his room. Jade’s jewelry gets moved around, as if by an invisible hand. Kids at school whisper behind her back like they know something she doesn’t.

Soon, Jade must face an impossible fact: that her perfect house is haunted. Haunted by a ghost who’s seeking not just vengeance, but the truth. The ghost of a girl who ruled Jade’s school — until her untimely death last year. It’s up to Jade to put the pieces together before her own life is at stake. As Jade investigates the mystery, she discovers that her new friends in town have more than a few deep, dark secrets. But is one of them a murderer?

“But before we get to that…I’m also sharing its new cover. Yes, as sometimes happens in publishing for marketing/sales reasons, The Dead and Buried has been given a fancy new cover.” – Kim Harrington

Abigail’s Thoughts 

This has a DEAD TOSSED WAVES feel to it, but I do like it more than the original cover.

Julia’s Thoughts 

Very stark and eye catching.  This cover model needs a sandwich, but other than that I think this is more YA and attractive than the prior V. C. Andrews-esque cover.

Kristina’s Thoughts 

I like the old cover better actually. This one is kind of boring but I can see how you could like the starkness of it. Not my taste really.

Betrayed by Shadows (Moonlight #7) by Nancy Gideon

Cover Art: N/A

Expected publication: December 18th 2012 by Pocket Star

Source: Author’s Blog

 

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Masked by Moonlight (Moonli... Chased by Moonlight (Moonli... Captured by Moonlight (Moon...Bound By Moonlight Hunter of Shadows (Moonligh... Seeker of Shadows (Moonligh...

Balancing a criminal empire and a preternatural clan war, reluctant front man Giles St. Clair doesn’t need a problem like Brigit MacCreedy . . . How much trouble can the head-strong and manipulative Shifter beauty get into in two weeks? Plenty when her schemes range from kidnapping to fleeing the retribution of her dead lover’s relatives.

With her family’s lives on the line, Brigit is willing to do whatever it takes to save them. The only thing standing in her way is an immovable stone wall of a man she can’t bully or beguile . . . a human, no less, who has promised to protect her from the secrets and dangers she conceals.

Risking her own safety gets complicated when an honorable and annoyingly desirable man puts himself between her and her powerful enemies in a battle he can’t win in this Taming of the Shrew meets Shifter Goodfellas on the bayou tale of consequences, redemption and finding love in all the wrong places.

“Feast upon your first glimpse of Giles St. Clair! It took me a full minute to get past those arms and shoulders to even see my name on the cover. Yummy! ” – Nancy Gideon

Abigail’s Thoughts 

The orange color makes it feel warm, and even in a wife beater he looks good.

Julia’s Thoughts 

The title and author fonts make it easy to place this cover with the rest of the series, but I don’t like how much black wraps around the image.  It makes this cover look pretty plain compared to the rest of them.

Kristina’s Thoughts 

Very nice back muscles being shown off here. I enjoy a good wifebeater. I am also intrigued by the poses of the guys in this series. There are more back shots than bare chest in this series.

Darkness Eternal (Young Adult Alien Huntress #1 & 2) by Gena Showalter

Cover Art: N/A

Expected publication: April 1st 2013 by MTV Books

Source: Goodreads

 

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Red Handed (Young Adult Ali... Blacklisted (Young Adult Al...

Red Handed

She’s been chosen…

Phoenix Germaine’s kicked her addiction to Onadyn, the drug of choice for New Chicago teens. But when a party in the woods becomes an all-out alien bloodbath, Phoenix lands in reform school. Only this is no ordinary school—it’s a rigorous training camp for the elite Alien Investigation and Removal agency, and Phoenix is fast becoming their best hard-bodied tracker and destroyer—if her forbidden attraction to agent Ryan Stone doesn’t get her kicked out first.

Blacklisted

She’s got good reasons to do bad things…

High school senior Camille Robins sneaks into a nightclub for both human and alien patrons, hoping to catch the eye of her crush before she graduates. But following bad boy Erik through a guarded door, they plunge into a deadly chase with Alien Investigation and Removal agents, who accuse Erik of dealing Onadyn, the drug that ruins human lives. Now, with his hot kiss lingering on her lips, Camille must decide whose side she is on—and how far she will go. . . .

No Author Comment Available.

Abigail’s Thoughts 

The omnibus looks nothing like the somewhat drab single covers, so thumbs up there. It makes me think of Rachel Vincent’s covers a bit

Julia’s Thoughts 

This omnibus cover is a good match for the adult Alien Huntress covers, and more in Showalter’s style than the prior individual covers.

Kristina’s Thoughts 

Wasn’t a fan of the monochromatic single covers. This looks much better and almost looks like its not young adult. I like the details of the leaves crawling on the bottom of the cover.

The Art of  Wishing by Lindsay Ribar

Cover Art: N/A

Expected publication: March 21st 2013 by Dial Books For Young Readers

Source: la femme readers

 

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He can grant her wishes, but only she can save his life.

Margo McKenna has a plan of attack for everything, from landing the lead in her high school musical to dealing with her increasingly absent parents. But when she finds herself in possession of a genie’s ring and the opportunity to make three wishes, she doesn’t know what to do. Especially since Oliver–not blue-skinned, not bottle-dwelling, but a genie nonetheless–can see more than what she’s willing to show him. With one peek into her mind, he can see the wishes that even Margo herself doesn’t know she wants.

But Oliver comes with more than just mind-reading abilities, a flair for magic, and the prettiest eyes Margo’s ever seen. Someone from his past is hunting him–someone bent on killing him, along with all the other genies in the world, for the sake of honor. And as Margo soon discovers, it will take more than three wishes to save him.

A whole lot more.

No Author Comment Available.

Abigail’s Thoughts 

I like the text a lot with the shooting star detail, but the couple and the guitar are less effective. I would have loved to see some indication that he is a genie..maybe something with his eyes.

Julia’s Thoughts 

I love the cloudy sky and their little game of footsie.  The sparkler through the title was probably supposed to be a comet, but it doesn’t quite look right to me.

Kristina’s Thoughts 

I like it. It all references dreams and wishes with the stars/shooting star and the comfy bed they are laying on.

Soulbound (Lone Star Witch #1) by Tessa Adams

Cover Art: N/A

Expected publication: February 5th 2013 by Signet Eclipse

Source: Goodreads

 

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As the seventh daughter of a seventh daughter—and a member of Ipswitch’s Royal family—Xandra Morgan should be a witch of incredible power. But things don’t always turn out like you expect… 

While she hasn’t lived up to her family’s expectations, Xandra has come to terms with her latent magic and made a life for herself in Austin, Texas, running a coffee shop where she makes potions of a non-magical nature. While things aren’t perfect, Xandra is happy—until she runs into powerful warlock Declan Chumomisto.

Xandra hasn’t seen Declan in years, and though she’s still overwhelmed by his power, she doesn’t trust him. And when her own powers awaken one night and lead her to the body of a woman in the woods bearing the symbol of Isis—the same one that has marked Xandra since the day she met Declan—she’s filled with a terrible suspicion, soon confirmed: the woman is connected to him.

Xandra doesn’t want to believe that Declan is capable of murder, but as the body count mounts, and Xandra’s own powers spiral out of control, she’s not sure she can trust her own instincts…

No Author Comment Available.

Abigail’s Thoughts 

Wowza! This is gorgeous. The colors are beautiful and I love her ankh tattoo

Julia’s Thoughts 

I love the lighting and staging, but I don’t get that dress.

Kristina’s Thoughts 

I love the wind flowing in her hair. That red dress really stands out against the duller shades of grey.

What a Ghoul Wants (Ghost Hunter Mystery #7) by Victoria Laurie

Cover Art: N/A

Expected publication: December 31st 2012 by Signet

Source: Author’s Blog

 

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Abigail’s Thoughts 

Boring. Really, really, boring.

Julia’s Thoughts 

A good match for the series, but I’m not sure about the green colors.  Paired with the clouds, that looks like one stinky castle…

Kristina’s Thoughts 

Maybe if the put some waves in and dolphins jumping around it would make the cover more interesting.

Between by Kerry Schafer

Cover Art: N/A

Expected publication: January 29th 2013 by Ace

Source: Author’s Blog

 

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Vivian’s life is finally on track. She has a job she loves as an ER doctor and has just met – literally – the man of her dreams. But when her eccentric grandfather is murdered and designates her as his next of kin, she discovers that she is the last of a race of beings known as dreamshifters. It is her task to guard the doorways between waking and dreaming, which have already begun to unravel, spilling dangerous creatures from dream into the waking world. When she sets out to close the open doors and protect her town and the people she loves, Vivian confronts dragons, intrigue, and the dark secrets of her own family history. In the end she comes face to face with a sorceress seeking eternal life and ultimate power. Vivian must find a way to stop her, or reality will be forever altered.

No Author Comment Available.

Abigail’s Thoughts 

The dragon in the glass orb is so eye catching that I almost missed the scale detail on her shoulder and the scribbling on the title. Click the cover to view the enlarged image.

Julia’s Thoughts 

I love this cover model’s hair color and how it matches the dragon in her hand.  I want to read this book!

Kristina’s Thoughts 

Baby dragon in an orb! That was the first thing I noticed. Makes me want to know more about the book which is a good thing…

Dead Things by Stephen Blackmoore

Cover Art: Chris McGrath

Expected publication: February 5th 2013 by Daw

Source: Author’s Blog

 

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Necromancer is such an ugly word, but it’s a title Eric Carter is stuck with.

He sees ghosts, talks to the dead. He’s turned it into a lucrative career putting troublesome spirits to rest, sometimes taking on even more dangerous things. For a fee, of course.

When he left L.A. fifteen years ago he thought he’d never go back. Too many bad memories. Too many people trying to kill him.

But now his sister’s been brutally murdered and Carter wants to find out why.

Was it the gangster looking to settle a score? The ghost of a mage he killed the night he left town? Maybe it’s the patron saint of violent death herself, Santa Muerte, who’s taken an unusually keen interest in him.

Carter’s going to find out who did it and he’s going to make them pay.

As long as they don’t kill him first.

No Author Comment Available.

Abigail’s Thoughts 

As much as I love Chris McGrath, this cover is a little lackluster

Julia’s Thoughts 

Anyone else wondering if those tattoos meet in the middle?  Love that Constantine-esque suit, *purrrr*

Kristina’s Thoughts 

The zombies in the background are pretty neat.

The Goddess Collection, Volume One (Goddess Summoning #1-2) by P. C. Cast

Cover Art: N/A

Expected publication: December 31st 2012 by Berkley Trade

Source: Goodreads

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Goddess of the Sea (Goddess... Goddess of Spring (Goddess ...

The #1 New York Times bestselling author of the House of Night Series, P.C. Cast, presents the first two riveting, sexy novels in the Goddess Summoning series, now in one volume…

Goddess of the Sea:  When her plane crashes into the ocean, Air Force Sergeant Christine Canady awakens in a legendary time and place ruled by magic—and in the body of the mythic mermaid Undine. Taking pity on her, the goddess Gaea turns her into a damsel, that she might seek shelter on land. But when a dashing knight comes to CC’s rescue, she instead aches for the sea and the darkly seductive merman who’s stolen her heart…

Goddess of Spring:  After stumbling upon an Italian Goddess cookbook, Lina thinks she’s found a way to save her failing bakery. Lina agrees to exchange souls with Persephone, the Goddess of Spring, so that she’ll breathe new life into the bakery. But when the handsome, brooding Hades kindles a spark in her heart, Lina wonders whether this dark Lord of the Underworld is her worst nightmare—or the man of her dreams…

No Author Comment Available.

Abigail’s Thoughts 

Pretty, but it’s doesn’t say mermaid to me.

Julia’s Thoughts 

Much  more “YA” than the prior arty covers, but pretty generic.  I have no idea what the flavor of these stories are based on this omnibus cover.

Kristina’s Thoughts 

Wait this is about mermaids. Where is the requisite mermaid fin? I like the girls positioning and its nice to look at but it should at least slightly reference mermaids.

Real Vampires Know Hips Happen (Glory St. Clair #9) by Gerry Bart

Cover Art: N/A

Expected publication: March 5th 2013 by Berkley

Source: Goodreads

    

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Does plaid make your butt look big?

Glory St. Clair knows that it does. But she’ll even throw on a Campbell kilt if it will help her win her hunky Scottish lover back. She’s risked everything to cross the Atlantic to confront him in Scotland. Now powerful forces are determined to keep them apart. An attack on Jeremiah Campbell leaves him with amnesia and he doesn’t remember her or their centuries together. Glory must win her man back and prove to her nemesis that she’s where she’s always wanted to be, even if it means dragging Jerry back to Texas.

Jeremiah doesn’t remember the woman who claims they’ve been together so long but he’s more than willing to take what she freely offers–her ancient blood and her voluptuous body. But when she tries to get him to travel to the New World in a flying machine and to work with his ancient enemy, he thinks she’s cracked. In his mind, he’s stuck in 1590. This modern world is almost too much for him. But there’s something about this woman with the generous curves… Soon enough he finds himself risking death for her more than once. Who or what seems determined to keep them apart? The ancient warrior in him won’t stand for it. And the fight is on.

No Author Comment Available.

Abigail’s Thoughts 

I feel like I’m always saying that I don’t personally care for these chic-lit style covers, but I never really like them and I’m not nuts over the style here.

Julia’s Thoughts 

I understand that by book nine, it could be difficult to come up with a title, but this one borders on the bizarre.  The cover fits the series, but good lord.  Just saying that title out loud made me dumber.

Kristina’s Thoughts 

Her proportions seem off on this cover. The other ones in this series are nice but for some reason I just don’t like this one as much.

Neverfall (Everneath #1.5) by Brodi Ashton

Cover Art: N/A

Expected publication: January 2013 by Balzer & Bray/Harperteen

Source: Author’s Blog

 

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Everneath (Everneath, #1) Everbound (Everneath, #2)

An Everneath novella told from Cole’s point of view after the end of Everneath.

“I love this cover for so many reasons:
1. It’s similar to the other covers, but it’s like a negative of them, which is good because it reflects the fact that it’s told from Cole’s perspective.
2. It’s dark, and it makes me think that when Cole sees Nikki, that’s what he sees.
3. I’ve always wanted to be in silhouette. If I could, I would exist in silhouette 24 hours a day. In fact, I’m in silhouette now.”  – Brodi Ashton

Abigail’s Thoughts 

This is one of those rare exceptions where you can get away with reusing a cover–with a few key changes. it totally makes sense to use the negative of EVERBOUND since this is a continuation of the first book from Col’s POV

Julia’s Thoughts 

A clever use of prior cover art, I like the how they took the cover model from EVERBOUND to make this silhouette.  A good way to make a novella that matches the series without the high production cost of a full blown cover.

Kristina’s Thoughts 

I like the sillouette against the red background and I totally agree with the author that it does come off as a negative of the other covers.

Crave the Darkness (Shaede Assassin #3) by Amanda Bonilla

Cover Art: N/A

Expected publication: March 5th 2013 by Signet Eclipse

Source: Author’s Blog

 

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Shaedes of Gray (Shaede Ass... Blood Before Sunrise (Shaed...

Nothing comes easy for Darian. Her heightened powers make her indispensable to the Shaede Nation, but dangerous missions have driven her lover, Tyler, to his breaking point. Darian must salvage their bond, but a new assignment to protect Anya—a fellow Shaede and the first of their kind to become pregnant in centuries—stands in their way.

It doesn’t help that the two Shaedes are longtime rivals and share nothing besides mutual hatred. But when it becomes clear that someone—or something—is bent on destroying the expectant mother and her unborn child, Darian must put her feelings aside and track down Anya’s would-be assassin.

As she probes into Anya’s past, Darian digs up long-buried secrets—and a connection between Tyler and the mission that could destroy everything between them…

“I’ve been sitting on this cover FOREVER and I can’t wait to show it off. Here it is! I’m absolutely in love with it. It’s my favorite cover in the series so far! What do you think??” – Amanda Bonilla

Abigail’s Thoughts 

That whisper of lime green totally pops. Darian looks utterly lethal. By far my favorite cover to date.

Julia’s Thoughts 

I love the hair on this cover model!  The green from the title flashing on the sword looks great, too.

Kristina’s Thoughts 

What is that green light coming off of her sword? I like how the wind is sort of flowing in the same direction as her body. And the fact that they have made such interesting and unique covers using the same building background is very awesome.

Mr. Real (Code of Shadows #1) by Carolyn Crane

Cover Art: Su of Earthly Charms

Expected publication: October 30th 2012

Source: Author’s Blog

 

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He finds the girl of his dreams…with the secret agent of his nightmares.

Alix Gordon is a girl who doesn’t take life too seriously. What’s the fun in that? So when she stumbles across occult software that can bring any computer image to life, she conjures up lots of awesome outfits and accessories. And then, on one drunken, horny night, she conjures up Sir Kendall, the sexy TV ad spy . . . who looks exactly like Paul Reinhardt, the super-sexy martial arts teacher who kicked her out of class three years ago.

Fighter Paul Reinhardt has good reason to hate Sir Kendall, the character he brought to life to land a part in a TV ad; he’d do anything to forget him. A cross country road trip seems just the thing . . . until Paul finds himself inexplicably drawn to Minnesota and is shocked to discover Sir Kendall – in the flesh – with the girl he’d once loved from afar. He barges into Alix and Sir Kendall’s love nest, determined to stop the madness – somehow.

But is superspy Sir Kendall transforming into something more dangerous anyone can imagine? And what will Sir Kendall do when Paul and Alix finally give into their mad lust for each other?

“I’ll confess, I love this cover just a tiny bit more for this book, because I feel this model beautifully captures the tortured hotness of my hero, Paul, who is a fighter. Also, I love the big title, too, how it pops. And I feel like the layout looks fresh. And I swear to you, this really IS the last cover.  PLEASE! Let there be not clones to cause confusion. Pleeeeease!!! *klunk*” – Carolyn Crane

Abigail’s Thoughts 

Third time appears to be the charm for MR. REAL after a genre mismatch, then an overused photo. I was excited to read a new Carolyn Crane novel regardless, but this last look is my favorite.

Julia’s Thoughts 

I was so excited to hear that MR. REAL was getting a new cover, I was sorry to hear about the cover model mix up woes (linked above is Carolyn’s hilarious post about the issue).  I liked Angsty Guy a little more than “What is that Smell?” Dude, but both are infinitely better than Come-Over Man from the original.

Kristina’s Thoughts 

I agree with Carolyn that it catches the character’s tortured-ness. Is that a word? Well it is now. Intense and hot. Nice.

The Better to Bite by Cynthia Eden

Cover Art: Trish Pickyme

October 2012

Source: Author’s Blog

 

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Don’t go into the woods.

Sixteen-year-old Anna Lambert knows that the woods near her new home aren’t safe. She’s seen the wolves that stalk through that dark forest, but Anna doesn’t scare easily.

Anna is cursed–or gifted, depending on how you look at it–with the ability to find anyone or anything that is lost. So when folks start disappearing in the small town of Haven, Anna’s father, the sheriff, has to use her special skills as they begin to hunt for a killer.

But the killer isn’t exactly human. As Anna is pulled deeper into the secrets of Haven–a town that is truly cursed–she finds herself falling for two, equally mysterious boys. With the danger closing in, one of those boys may just turn out to be her savior. And the other? He could be a very big, very bad…beast.

Beware of beasts…and boys…with bite.

No Author Comment Available.

Abigail’s Thoughts 

Super sultry. I really like how the sheen on her skin mimics the satin of her dress.

Julia’s Thoughts 

Absolutely *love* this cover image.  I’m not wild about the title font, but that dress and the smile on her face is absolutely awesome.

Kristina’s Thoughts 

I am a sucker for a pretty flowing dress on covers. Her hair even has a hint of red to it!

The Beautiful and the Cursed (The Dispossessed #1) by Page Morgan

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Expected publication: 2013 by Delacorte Press

Source: BloggersBooks

 

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Fans of Cassandra Clare’s Mortal Instruments series and Libba Bray’s Gemma Doyle trilogy will devour The Beautiful and the Cursed, a wholly original interpretation of gargoyle lore.

It was bizarre and inexplicable, but after it happened no one spoke of it and Ingrid Waverly was forced to leave her life in London behind. She had to trade a world full of fancy dresses and society events for Paris with her mother and younger sister, Gabby.

In Paris there are no grand balls or glittering parties, and, disturbingly, the house her twin brother Grayson found for them isn’t a house at all. It’s an abbey. A creepy, old abbey with a roof lined in stone gargoyles that one could almost mistake for living, breathing creatures.

And Grayson is missing.

Yet no one seems to be concerned about Grayson’s whereabouts save for Luc, a devastatingly handsome servant who has some secrets of his own.
There’s one secret about the city that he can’t keep hidden, though. There’s a murderer on the loose. And every day Grayson is missing means that there’s less of a chance he’s alive.

Ingrid is sure her twin isn’t dead–she can feel it deep in her soul–but she knows he’s in grave danger, and that it’s up to her and Gabby to find him before all hope is lost.

Only the path to him is twisted—and more deadly than she could ever imagine.

“Hello everyone! Today I have an awesome new title and cover reveal for y’all, with a giveaway!” – Page Morgan

Abigail’s Thoughts 

I pegged this as a self-pub cover at first. It doesn’t look finished.

Julia’s Thoughts 

I like the colors and the Eifel tower.  The burst of light within the title and at the model’s face draws the eye to key areas of the cover.

Kristina’s Thoughts 

I like the blending of the colors. Pretty.

Tidal (Watersong #3) by Amanda Hocking

Cover Art: James Porto

Expected publication: 2013 by St. Martin’s Griffin

Source: Author’s Blog

 

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Wake (Watersong, #1) Lullaby (Watersong, #2)

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Abigail’s Thoughts 

Beautiful image by James Porto (who also does the Hush Hush covers if you couldn’t tell). I’m guessing the romance really steams up for book 3

Julia’s Thoughts 

I like this style, but it’s a *huge* departure from the prior covers.  I’m not a fan of that tone change, but I do really like this cover as a standalone.  The tree tattoo looks great and the feathers flying out of the sea spray is a great detail.

Kristina’s Thoughts 

I like the two models standing in the stormy ocean. The added touch of the feathers is interesting too. The tattoo looks a little odd on his back but I’m picky about tattoos so I won’t hold it against the cover.

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