Saturday, 31 August 2013

Covers to Covet #4

Covers to Covet

Have you ever chosen a book based solely on its cover?

Sometimes a cover is a complete turn off but other times they make me want to rush right out and buy the book immediately!

Here are some recent additions to my Covers to Covet board on Pinterest:

Would-Be WitchBarely BewitchedHalfway HexedSlightly Spellbound (Southern Witch #4)

There is something enigmatic about the new covers for Kimberly Frost's Southern Witch series. The model's bright read hair really stands out against the lighter background and the embossed ocelot in intriguing.

Would-Be-Witch by Kimberly Frost
Barely Bewitched by Kimberly Frost
Halfway Hexed by Kimberly Frost
Slightly Spellbound by Kimberly Frost

The Gathering Storm (Katerina, #1) The Unfailing Light (Katerina, #2)The Morning Star (Katerina, #3)

 The subdued colors and Russian period dress for the covers in Robin Bridge's Katerina series cuaght my eye immediately.

The Gathering Storm by Robin Bridges
The Unfailing Light by Robin Bridges
The Morning Star by Robin Bridges

ScorchedUnbreakable (Legion, #1) 

Not usually a fan of orange or yellow but on these covers they work. The orange works well with the dragon to evoke images of fire and destruction and the yellow hues with the swirls in the back ground and the girl in leather in the foreground are suggestive of a desert climate (not sure if there is one in the book though).

Scorched by Mari Mancusi
Unbreakable by Kami Garcia

*Links to Goodreads


  1. I have never seen the Kimberly Frost books before buy they are gorgeous! I love the covers for the Bridge's series as well, they are so pretty in person. Especially the third one.