I've grabbed some favorite covers to share with you today that were released back in August and September. As I have put this post together, I've noticed a little bit of a trend. There seems to have been quite a few books that grabbed my eye that are on the darker and more mysterious side, and that have red, white, and/or black in their covers. Here they all are (clicking on the covers will take you to Goodreads):
Winterspell by Claire Legrand: Just love, love, love this cover! It looks a little fairy-tale-ish, but with a darkness to it. The synopsis also definitely pulled me in. This is one that I'll definitely be reading.
The Perilous Sea by Sherry Thomas: I loved the first book's cover for this series too. I love fantasy and this just screams it. I love the covers and how the title has to do with the sea and the way the water looks.
Blackbird by Anna Carey: This is another cover that intrigued me the first time I saw it. It has those same three sweet colors. It just looks like a good suspense novel.
Can't Let You Go by Jenny B. Jones: If you missed my raving review, you should go check it out here. This cover is just sweet. I love the filter on the cover that makes it look a little historic. I love the bag tag and the airplane in the back, which definitely fits the story. And that almost kiss... Normally I don't really go for those too much, but this one I love.
Lark Rising by Sandra Waugh: I am a fantasy lover and I love how the vines appear alive with them threaded around her arm and the landscape. It's just a great fantasy/fairy tale cover.
Do you like any of these covers? Have you read any of them? Do you have a favorite you'd like to share?