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June 20, 2011

COVER LOVE!

Author Jessica Shea Spotswood revealed the cover to new book titled Born Wicked. I, personally, have never read any book by Jessica Spotswood. Actually today is the first day I've heard about her. It's always fun discovering new authors! Born Wicked might be her debut novel. You can find more information on GoodReads.

Now, Jessica Spotswood is hosting a giveaway of a couple of ARCs on her website and all you have to do is comment on her blog and spread the love of her new book cover. I am not only entering her contest, but I am going to give her cover some love because covers like these are what make me buy the book and read it. I don't even have to read what it is about, the cover alone makes me want to buy the book and read it. Tell me what you think...




Synopsis

Cate Cahill and her sisters are considered eccentric bluestockings—a little odd, a little unfashionable, and far too educated for their own good. The truth is more complicated; they’re witches. And if their secret is discovered by the priests of the Brotherhood, it could mean an asylum, a prison ship—or an early grave. Before their mother died, she entrusted Cate with keeping them safe and keeping everyone, including their father, in the dark about their powers. When her father employs a governess and Cate begins to receive notes from her missing, presumed-mad godmother, her task becomes much more difficult. As Cate searches for answers in banned books and rebellious new friends, she must juggle unwanted proposals, tea parties, and an illicit attraction to the new gardener. Cate will do anything to protect her sisters, but at what cost to herself?


Do you agree with me? Doesn't this cover just make you WANT TO buy the book? This cover is beautiful and I really like the way they made her eyes so bright. The font also makes this cover. Definitely adding this to my TBR pile.




3 comments:

  1. The cover is gorgeous, but I'm actually pretty intrigued by the description ^.^

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  2. Pretty cover, but the head thing is distracting to me. It makes me want to read the book to see if it has some relevance to the storyline.

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  3. The cover definitely sucks me in!

    Patricia @ http://lemondropsdreamtoo.blogspot.com/

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