Friday Favorites: Book Covers for June and July


Friday Favorites is a weekly meme hosted here, that spotlights a favorite author, book, series, publisher, cover, blog, etc. Basically whatever bookish thing that you love, recommend, and want to tell others about. Just pick one and link up to my post each Friday to share. You can use the graphic I used above, the other one here, or your own.

I normally spotlight the book covers I love once a quarter, but I decided I may be doing it more often. Today are the covers that stood out to me that I've seen for books published in June and July. Here they are:
A Little Something Different Sisters' Fate (The Cahill Witch Chronicles, #3) Fiendish
A Little Something Different: I love just how adorably cute this looks. I also like that it's not a cover that looks like any other cover I've seen. I also love the bench and tree, which seems to relate to the story.
Sisters' Fate: I have liked all of the covers in this series. I love this one for the colors in the background, but mostly for the three sisters and how only the one is turned.
Fiendish: This cover is just amazingly creepy! I love how it looks and portrays the story. It's not one I'll be reading, but still it's a great cover.

Let's Get Lost Illusive (Illusive, #1) Strange and Ever After (Something Strange and Deadly, #3)
Let's Get Lost: I love the map and the little travel log. It's simple, but perfect for this story.
Illusive: I loved this cover the first time I saw it. I love how you can see the shadow of the girl and how the title is in those big block letters that look like they are really resting on the street.
Strange and Ever After: This is another series that I have really liked every cover from. I love the formal, but oriental kind of look. I love the colors and the way the model is portrayed as well.

The Kiss of Deception (The Remnant Chronicles, #1) Midnight Thief (Midnight Thief, #1) The Defiant (The Forsaken #3)
The Kiss of Deception: This has got to be one of my favorite covers for the year! I just love everything about it: her being in the field, the darkening sky, the two men in opposite directions, the flowers in her hair (which is in the story), the overall vintage look... Yep. Just love it! :)
Midnight Thief: I also loved this cover from the first... Yes, love at first sight. ;) I love the mysterious look and the way the doorknocker looks. I'm not sure exactly what the cover was trying to portray from the story, except the cat I get, but I still love it.
The Defiant: I love how creative and technical/sci-fi this cover looks. All the covers in this series are really interesting like this. It's just a creative and intriguing way to portray the cover. I also love the color green, so maybe I'm also a little biased.

Full Steam Ahead A Lady at Willowgrove Hall (Whispers on the Moors, #3) The Butterfly and the Violin (Hidden Masterpiece, #1)
Full Steam Ahead: This cover cracks me up! I love how she's getting blown with steam and how her eyes are wide and he's got that partial smile. I also love her dress and the background that is perfect for this time period.
A Lady of Willowgrove Hall: Just gorgeous! Love the dress. Love the garden and manor in front of her. Love the colors. Just love it!
The Butterfly and the Violin: This cover is just beautiful! I love the symbolism of the butterfly, the woman, the architecture... It portrays this novel well.

One Past Midnight ---> Between the Lives
One Past Midnight: (Somehow this got lost in the first post, but it popped up with I was updating something.) This is the oversees title and edition. I love how it looks like she's floating along while asleep. Perfect for the title. It's also a cover that doesn't really remind me of any other one that I've seen, so unique as well. I definitely like this better than this US edition:


Which covers do you like? Did I miss one of your favorites? Do you have a favorite to share this week?


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