Monday, January 28, 2013

New Covers

Quite a few really lovely covers found out and about this past week. It's long! :)


I am so excited that Maggie Robinson's new series is going to be a mass market paperback release (her previous books are all trade which equals higher prices).  I have really enjoyed her work so I am looking forward to the start of the Ladies Unlaced, In the Arms of the Heiress out July 2nd.  The house in the background reminds me a bit of Downton Abbey :)


Oh, pretty!  The Secret Life of Lady Julia will be out May 28th.  Love the blue and the flower and the little attention to detail on her dress.  I will definitely be reading this one.


I really like gold on the cover and with the addition of the purple sky in the background..lovely.  Love and Other Scandals is the start of a new series or a stand alone, not sure yet.  Look for it July 30th.


And now for a stretch of really lovely green covers!  I have yet to read anything by Adrienne Basso so maybe I will change that with How to Be a Scottish Mistress, which is set for release July 2nd.


Nicola Cornick is also an author I have been meaning to read and collecting all her books.  The Lady and the Laird is the start to her new Scottish Brides series so hopefully I get a chance to read it.  Look for it July 30th.


Yay!!  A new Julie Anne Long!  And the cover!  Love.  I love that she is looking right at you and her dress is gorgeous.  It Happened One Midnight is book eight in her Pennroyal Green series and one I can't wait for its  June 25th release!


Juliana Gray was added to my auto buy list this past year and How to Tame Your Duke is the start of a new series, set for release June 4th.  Added to my list to buy!


How to Lose a Bride in One Night (what a fun title!) is book three in the Forgotten Princesses series by Sophie Jordan.  This cover reminds me a bit of Cinderella fleeing the ball so it will be interesting to see if something like that happens in the book which will be out July 30th.


This is such a fun and flirty cover for the newest Cynster novel by Stephanie Laurens.  I also love the attention to the background detail.  The Taming of Ryder Cavanaugh reaches shelves June 25th.


Isn't this an eye-catching cover?  The lighter colors really work well together.  My Notorious Gentleman is book six in the Inferno Club series and should arrive July 30th.


And finally here is the lush cover for the newest from Karen Ranney, The Devil of Clan Sinclair.  I love when they include stepbacks and the gold is very striking.  Look for this title July 30th.

 Whew!  What a great batch of covers!  Which titles are you most looking forward too?

8 comments:

  1. I am looking forward to read Galen Foley's, Lecia Cornwell's, and Nicola Cornick's. I loved the gowns.

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  2. Hi, Lisa! I cannot wait to read each and every one of these. Problem is that we have to wait so L-O-N-G to get them! Don't you love the colors? It's interesting how we see the same colors every so often. Two with white gowns (gorgeous) and three with three beautiful shades of green. Karen Ranney's gold gown is positively breathtaking! All of the colors and covers are so appealing. Now, if only the time would speed by so we readers can get them. Sigh....

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    1. I found it interesting too with the colors as well. We had a good batch of red recently and now we have the green.

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  3. I am in love with the green ones. The Lady and the Laird just had me wanting to climb right into that story. All of these are gorgeous and they all look like great reads!

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    1. Yes, I love when there is nice background detail and that is certainly true for The Lady and the Laird!

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  4. Lots of these on my wishlist already :) I'd definitely recommend Nicola Cormick, I've read and loved many of her books, my fave is The Earl's Prize, an oldie but a goodie.

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    1. Thanks, I will check that out as I don't think I have that one! I have her previous series but just have not read it yet.

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