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Let the record reflect, it's dangerous for me to browse any kind of book outlet - Amazon, Goodreads, or even Google. The reason? I see one "new" cover reveal and am all like, "ooo! That one is pretty" which is immediately followed by, "I wonder what other upcoming books have gotten covers!?" This then leads to "wasting time" looking for new covers and their books. That is why this unexpected and very unplanned blog post came to be.

These will be primarily YA or teen fiction since the fantabulous Rel keeps us in the know and recently posted the summer line up for the Christian fiction (check them out if you haven't!) though I couldn't resist adding one that I heart (everything about it is perfection) - Sarah Sundin's upcoming book.

Like it Never Happened, by Emily Adrian

Synopsis: When Rebecca Rivers lands the lead in her school’s production of The Crucible, she gets to change roles in real life, too. She casts off her old reputation, grows close with her four rowdy cast-mates, and kisses the extremely handsome Charlie Lamb onstage. Even Mr. McFadden, the play’s critical director, can find no fault with Rebecca.

Though “The Essential Five” vow never to date each other, Rebecca can’t help her feelings for Charlie, leaving her both conflicted and lovestruck. But the on and off-stage drama of the cast is eclipsed by a life-altering accusation that threatens to destroy everything…even if some of it is just make believe. - via Amazon, June 2015

Amazon | Goodreads

Emmy & Oliver, by Robin Benway  

Synopsis: “We stayed and looked and waited for Oliver to come back, as if our love was a beacon that he could use to light his way home, to crawl up the sides of the earth and back through his front door, his shirt tag still sticking up in the back. After a while, though, after years passed and pictures changed and false tips fell through, it started to feel like the beacon wasn’t for him anymore. It was for those of us left behind, something to cling to when you realized that scary things could happen, that villains didn’t only exist in books, that Oliver might never come home. Until one day, he did.”

When Oliver was seven years old, his father kidnapped him in a custody dispute, spiriting him across the country and away from his family and his best friend, Emmy. Ten years later, Oliver is found and returns home, reuniting him with Emmy once again. But is their story still meant to be? Or are their hearts like the pieces of two different puzzles—impossible to fit together?
  - Goodreads, June 2015


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City Love, by Susan Colasanti

Synopsis: Sadie, Darcy, and Rosanna are living together in New York City the summer before their freshman year of college begins. With no parents, no rules, and an entire city to explore, these three girls are on the verge of the best summer of their lives.

Sadie is a native New Yorker. She is hopeful, romantic, and an eternal optimist who is ready to find her soul mate. Then she meets her dream boy: cute, funny, and quirky in all the right ways. The chemistry between them is unreal. Could he be the one?

Darcy is a free spirit from SoCal with rebellious tendencies and unlimited financial resources. Moving to New York City is just another adventure for her. Darcy wants this summer to be all about boy adventures—nothing serious. But how much fun is too much?

Rosanna leaves Chicago for NYC so she can put her past behind her and reinvent herself. The only thing standing in her way is the grand total of seventy-three cents she has saved. Then she meets a guy who wants to show her the glamorous side of New York—a side that she would never get to experience on her own. If Rosanna doesn't resist, she may find herself in city love.

Told from alternating points of view, City Love captures the moments in each girl's life when everything is thrilling, amazing, and terrifying all at once . . . in a way it will never be again.
 - Goodreads, April 2015


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The Secrets of Attraction, by Robin Constantine

Synopsis: Set in the same world as The Promise of Amazing, this smart, surprising, and (of course) romantic follow-up to Robin Constantine’s debut novel follows two New Jersey teens as they become friends and fall in love.

Madison Parker is on fast-forward. Working toward a scholarship for a summer art program, she already has her future figured out. But when a visit from a family friend turns her life upside down, everything she thought she knew becomes blurred. All she wants is to stand still for a moment.

Jesse McMann is stuck on repeat. Reeling from a breakup that shattered his heart and his band, Jesse divides his time between working as a barista and trying to find the inspiration to write music again. All he wants to do is move forward.

The night Maddie strolls into Jesse’s coffee shop after yoga class, the last thing on his mind is hooking up, but her smile and witty comebacks are hard to ignore. The spark between them is undeniable, but once-a-week flirting is hardly the stuff of epic romance.

Kismet arrives in the unlikely form of Grayson Barrett. When Jesse discovers that Gray’s girlfriend is also Maddie’s best friend, he invites Gray to join his band as their new drummer, hoping this connection will give him more time around Maddie. Slowly but surely, Jesse and Maddie forge a friendship, but do they have what it takes to make their relationship truly sync? - Goodreads, arrives April 2015


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Shades of Doon, by Carey Corp and Lorie Langdon

Synopsis: After cheating death, Veronica Welling is determined to savor every moment in her idyllic kingdom with both her true love and best friend by her side at last. At the same time, Mackenna Reid is enthusiastically building her new life and a theater with her prince. But just as their dreams of happiness are within reach, the world Vee and Kenna have chosen is ripped away, leaving them to face their most horrific challenge yet—their old lives.

Thrust out of Doon, the best friends are confronted with tormentors from their past and no way to return to their adopted land. When the MacCrae brothers rush to their rescue, the girls' situation turns from nightmare to modern-day fairy tale. But their happiness could be short lived: unbeknownst to them, someone in their closest circle is aiding the witch of Doon in her bid to destroy the kingdom once and for all.
- Goodreads, September 2015


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99 Days, by Katie Cotugno


Synopsis: Day 1: Julia Donnelly eggs my house my first night back in Star Lake, and that’s how I know everyone still remembers everything—how I destroyed my relationship with Patrick the night everything happened with his brother, Gabe. How I wrecked their whole family. Now I’m serving out my summer like a jail sentence: Just ninety-nine days till I can leave for college, and be done.

Day 4: A nasty note on my windshield makes it clear Julia isn’t finished. I’m expecting a fight when someone taps me on the shoulder, but it’s just Gabe, home from college and actually happy to see me. “For what it’s worth, Molly Barlow,” he says, “I’m really glad you’re back.”

Day 12: Gabe got me to come to this party, and I’m actually having fun. I think he’s about to kiss me—and that’s when I see Patrick. My Patrick, who’s supposed to be clear across the country. My Patrick, who’s never going to forgive me. - Goodreads, April 2015


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The Summer After You and Me, by

Synopsis: Sunbathing, surfing, eating funnel cake on the boardwalk—Lucy loves living on the Jersey Shore. For her, it's not just the perfect summer escape, it is home. And as a local girl, she knows not to get attached to the tourists. They breeze in over Memorial Day weekend, crowding the shore and stealing moonlit kisses, only to pack up their beach umbrellas and empty promises on Labor Day. Lucy wants more from love than a fleeting romance, even if that means keeping her distance from her summertime neighbor and crush, Connor.

Then Superstorm Sandy tears apart her barrier island, briefly bringing together a local girl like herself and a vacationer like Connor. Except nothing is the same in the wake of the storm. And day after day, week after week, Lucy is left to pick up the pieces of her broken heart and broken home. Now with Memorial Day approaching and Connor returning, will it be a summer of fresh starts or second chances? - Goodreads, arrives March 2015


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Tiffany Girl, by Deeanne Gist

Synopsis: As preparations for the 1893 World’s Fair set Chicago and the nation on fire, Louis Tiffany—heir to the exclusive Fifth Avenue jewelry empire—seizes the opportunity to unveil his state-of-the-art, stained glass, mosaic chapel, the likes of which the world has never seen.

But when Louis’s dream is threatened by a glassworkers’ strike months before the Fair opens, he turns to an unforeseen source for help: the female students at the Art Students League of New York. Eager for adventure, the young women pick up their skirts, move to boarding houses, take up steel cutters, and assume new identities as the “Tiffany Girls.”

Tiffany Girl is the heartwarming story of the impetuous Flossie Jayne, a beautiful, budding artist who is handpicked by Louis to help complete the Tiffany chapel. Though excited to live in a boarding house when most women stayed home, she quickly finds the world is less welcoming than anticipated. From a Casanova male, to an unconventional married couple, and a condescending singing master, she takes on a colorful cast of characters to transform the boarding house into a home while racing to complete the Tiffany chapel and make a name for herself in the art world.

As challenges mount, her ambitions become threatened from an unexpected quarter: her own heart. Who will claim victory? Her dreams or the captivating boarder next door? - Goodreads, May 2015


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Jubilee Manor, by Bethany Hagen

Synopsis: The thrilling conclusion to Landry Park is full of love, betrayal, and murder--perfect for fans of Divergent, The Selection, and Pride and Prejudice

In Landry Park, Madeline turned her back on her elite family, friends, and estate to help the Rootless. Now, in Jubilee Manor, she struggles to bring the Gentry and the Rootless together. But when Gentry heirs—Madeline’s old friends—are murdered, even she begins to think a Rootless is behind it, putting her at odds with the boy she loves and the very people she is trying to lead. If she can’t figure out who is killing her friends and bring them to justice, a violent war will erupt and even more will die—and Madeline’s name, her estate, and all the bonds she’s forged won’t make any difference.

This conclusion to Landry Park, which VOYA dubbed "Gone with the Wind meets The Hunger Games,” is a richly satisfying, addictive read. - via Amazon, July 2015

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Paperweight, by Meg Haston

Synopsis: Seventeen-year-old Stevie is trapped. In her life. In her body. And now in an eating-disorder treatment center on the dusty outskirts of the New Mexico desert.

Life in the center is regimented and intrusive, a nightmare come true. Nurses and therapists watch Stevie at mealtime, accompany her to the bathroom, and challenge her to eat the foods she’s worked so hard to avoid.

Her dad has signed her up for sixty days of treatment. But what no one knows is that Stevie doesn't plan to stay that long. There are only twenty-seven days until the anniversary of her brother Josh’s death—the death she caused. And if Stevie gets her way, there are only twenty-seven days until she too will end her life.

In this emotionally haunting and beautifully written young adult debut, Meg Haston delves into the devastating impact of trauma and loss, while posing the question: Why are some consumed by their illness while others embark on a path toward recovery? - Goodreads, July 2015


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Deceptive, by Emily Lloyd-Jones

Synopsis: Don't miss this thrilling, high-stakes sequel to Illusive.

You don’t belong with us. These are the words that echo through the minds of all immune Americans—those suffering the so-called adverse effects of an experimental vaccine, including perfect recall, body manipulation, telepathy, precognition, levitation, mind-control, and the ability to change one’s appearance at will.

When immune individuals begin to disappear—in great numbers, but seemingly at random—fear and tension mount, and unrest begins to brew across the country. Through separate channels, super-powered teenagers Ciere, Daniel, and Devon find themselves on the case; super criminals and government agents working side-by-side. It’s an effort that will ultimately define them all—for better or for worse. - Goodreads, arrives July 2015


Amazon | Goodreads

Not After Everything, by Michelle Levy

Synopsis: A gritty but hopeful love story about two struggling teens—great for fans of The Spectacular Now, Willow, and  Eleanor and Park

Tyler has a football scholarship to Stanford, a hot girlfriend, and a reliable army of friends to party with. Then his mom kills herself. And Tyler lets it all go. Now he needs to dodge what his dad is offering (verbal tirades and abuse) and earn what his dad isn’t (money). Tyler finds a job that crashes him into Jordyn, his former childhood friend turned angry-loner goth-girl. She brings Tyler an unexpected reprieve from the never-ending pity party his life has become. How could he not fall for her? But with his dad more brutally unpredictable than ever, Tyler knows he can’t risk bringing Jordyn too deeply into the chaos. So when violence rocks his world again, will it be Jordyn who shows him the way to a hopeful future? Or after everything, will Tyler have to find it in himself? - via Goodreads, arrives August 2015


Amazon | Goodreads

Between Us and the Moon, by Rebecca Maizel

Synopsis: About a self-proclaimed science nerd who, over the course of one transformative summer, falls for an older boy and learns that there's more to life than what can be seen through a telescope, and more to herself than just equations and experiments -- even as she grapples with a secret that could hurt him. - via Goodreads, arrives June 2015

Amazon | Goodreads

Flirty Dancing, by Jenny McLachlan     

Synopsis: Pitched as Geek Girl meets Dirty Dancing. In book one, Flirty Dancing, a girl signs up for classes so she can enter a national dance competition, and discovers her dance partner is the hottie who just happens to be the bullying queen bee's boyfriend and the kindest boy in school.  - Goodreads, April 2015

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Drive Me Crazy, by Terra Elan McVoy

Synopsis: Buckle up…

Lana and Cassie have met only once before, at the wedding of Lana’s Grandpa Howe and Cassie’s Grandma Tess two months ago. They didn’t exactly hit it off—in fact, depending on who you ask, that first meeting was either an embarrassment or a disaster—but they’re about to spend an entire week together, just the two of them and their honeymooning grandparents, road-tripping in Cassie’s grandmother’s Subaru.

Lana thinks a summer road trip sounds like fun, but the backseat is a crowded place for two tween girls with two huge secrets to hide, and this bumpy road to friendship is full of unexpected twists and turns. Like it or not, they’re in this together, full speed ahead on the adventure of a lifetime. - Goodreads, April 2015


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The Heart of Betrayal, by Mary Pearson

Synopsis: Intrigue abounds in this hotly anticipated sequel to The Kiss of Deception!

Held captive in the barbarian kingdom of Venda, Lia and Rafe have little chance of escape. Desperate to save her life, Lia's erstwhile assassin, Kaden, has told the Vendan Komizar that she has the gift, and the Komizar's interest in Lia is greater than anyone could have foreseen.

Meanwhile, nothing is straightforward: there's Rafe, who lied to Lia, but has sacrificed his freedom to protect her; Kaden, who meant to assassinate her but has now saved her life; and the Vendans, whom Lia always believed to be barbarians. Now that she lives amongst them, however, she realizes that may be far from the truth. Wrestling with her upbringing, her gift, and her sense of self, Lia must make powerful choices that will affect her country... and her own destiny. - Goodreads, July 2015


Amazon | Goodreads

The Cage, by Megan Shepherd


Synopsis: When Cora Mason wakes in a desert, she doesn't know where she is or who put her there. As she explores, she finds an impossible mix of environments--tundra next to desert, farm next to jungle--and a strangely empty town cobbled together from different cultures and time periods, all watched over by eerie black windows. And she isn't alone.

Four other teenagers have also been taken: a beautiful model, a tattooed smuggler, a secretive genius, and an army brat who seems to know too much about Cora's past. None of them have a clue as to what happened, and all of them have secrets. As the unlikely group struggles for leadership, they slowly start to trust each other. But when their mysterious jailer appears--a handsome young guard named Cassian--they realize that their captivity is more terrifying than they could ever imagine: their captors aren't from Earth. And they have taken they five teenagers to an otherworldly zoo--where the exhibits are humans.

When a forbidden attraction develops between Cora and Cassian, she realizes that her best chance of escape might be in the arms of her own jailer--though that would mean leaving the others behind. Can Cora manage to save herself and her companions? And if so…what world lies beyond the walls of their cage? - Goodreads, May 2015


Amazon | Goodreads

Through Waters Deep, by Sarah Sundin



Synopsis: It is 1941 and America teeters on the brink of war. Outgoing naval officer Ensign Jim Avery escorts British convoys across the North Atlantic in a brand-new destroyer, the USS Atwood. Back on shore, Boston Navy Yard secretary Mary Stirling does her work quietly and efficiently, happy to be out of the limelight. Yet, despite her reserved nature, she never could back down from a challenge. When evidence of sabotage on the Atwood is found, Jim and Mary must work together to uncover the culprit. A bewildering maze of suspects emerges, and Mary is dismayed to find that even someone close to her is under suspicion. With the increasing pressure, Jim and Mary find that many new challenges--and dangers--await them.

Sarah Sundin takes readers to the tense months before the US entered WWII. Readers will encounter German U-boats and torpedoes, along with the explosive power of true love, in this hopeful and romantic story. - Amazon, August 2015


Amazon | Goodreads

 Trouble is a Friend of Mine, by Michelle Tromly


Synopsis: Sherlock meets The Breakfast Club in this story of a wisecracking girl who meets a weird but brilliant boy and their roller-coaster of a semester that's one part awkward, three parts thrilling, and five parts awesome

After her parents get divorced, high school junior Zoe Webster moves with her mother from Brooklyn to upstate New York, determined to get back to the city and transfer to the elite private school her father insists on. But then she meets Philip Digby--the odd and brilliant and somehow attractive?--Digby, and soon finds herself in a series of hilarious and dangerous situations all centered on his search for the kidnapper of a local teenage girl who may know something about the tragic disappearance of his kid sister eight years ago. Before she knows it, Zoe has vandalized an office complex with fake snow, pretended to buy drugs alongside a handsome football star dressed like the Hulk, had a serious throw down with a possible religious cult, challenged her controlling father, and, oh yeah, saved her new hometown.

For fans of John Green and David Levithan, this is a crime novel where catching the crook isn't the only hook, a romance where the leading man is decidedly unromantic, a friendship story where they aren't even sure they like each other, and a debut you won't soon forget. - via Amazon, arrives August 2015


Amazon | Goodreads

Made You Up, by Francesca Zappia

Synopsis: Reality, it turns out, is often not what you perceive it to be—sometimes, there really is someone out to get you. Made You Up tells the story of Alex, a high school senior unable to tell the difference between real life and delusion. This is a compelling and provoking literary debut that will appeal to fans of Wes Anderson, Silver Linings Playbook, and Liar.

Alex fights a daily battle to figure out the difference between reality and delusion. Armed with a take-no-prisoners attitude, her camera, a Magic 8-Ball, and her only ally (her little sister), Alex wages a war against her schizophrenia, determined to stay sane long enough to get into college. She’s pretty optimistic about her chances until classes begin, and she runs into Miles. Didn't she imagine him? Before she knows it, Alex is making friends, going to parties, falling in love, and experiencing all the usual rites of passage for teenagers. But Alex is used to being crazy. She’s not prepared for normal.

Funny, provoking, and ultimately moving, this debut novel featuring the quintessential unreliable narrator will have readers turning the pages and trying to figure out what is real and what is made up. - Goodreads, arrives May 205


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Time to turn this over to you, friends.

Which caught your eye - or have there been any that you recently anticipated and loved? Share any bookish thoughts you have.
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  1. I really like the cover for Emmy and Oliver--there's not much to it, but it caught my eye.

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    1. I agree, Serena; there is something to be said for simplicity and Emmy and Oliver is darling because of that. :)

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  2. Seriously can't wait for the 3rd Doon!!! eeee!!!

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    1. Neither can I! Bring it on - what's going to happen!? :)

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  3. Yay!! Book #3 in the Doon Series and the cover is gorgeous!! I also love the cover for The Heart of Betrayal!! Good thing it doesn't come out until July. Hopefully I'll have read The Kiss of Deception by then.

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    1. Those are two of my favorites as well, Alyssa; of course that could partially be because of the pretty dresses! I may or may not want them - who cares if they would merely hang in my closet! ;)

      Yep, I must read Kiss of Deception too but I've no doubt it's a great read. :)

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  4. Shades of Doon is gorgeous! I also REALLY like Tiffany Girl, but Sarah Sundin's is a close third!

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    1. Yay! Thanks for sharing your favorites, Laura! Tiffany Girl is fun isn't it!? I love the "look." It's so very period appropriate, or that's what it seems like. :)

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  5. The synopsis for "Trouble is a Friend of Mine" has totally hooked me :) Oh, and I can't wait for Sarah Sundin's new book!

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    1. Me too, Hayden - I'm so glad someone else thinks it sounds good. I was hooked as well - hoping it'll be good. :)

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  6. Oh my. So many incredible covers! Let's see…I like the cover for Emmy and Oliver. It's simple yet intriguing, and I've liked Robin Benway's novels before so I'm adding it to my list. The cover for the next Doon book is gorgeous. After this last cliff hanger, I'm looking forward to reading the next book. Trouble is a Friend of Mine sounds hilarious and something that I would definitely enjoy! And ooh, Sarah Sundin's newest cover is so beautiful. I literally had to take a minute to admire it. I'm so excited to read that one as well.

    Thanks for sharing these, Rissi! I always love these posts :)

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    1. I've heard Robin's books are good, Jillian and I'm pretty sure I own one (or two), so those are high on my "must" read list. I'm very much looking forward to the next chapter in the Doon saga - especially after that cliffhanger! Like, wow. Agreed. 'Trouble' sounds fantastic - hope it lives up to that excitement.

      YES times ten to Sarah Sundin's new book. It's simple, elegant and authentic. :)

      Thanks for sharing, Jillian; love getting your thoughts.

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  7. I am so excited to read Sarah Sundin's new book series!! But we have for a almost a whole year before it comes out - boo! Haha :) I'm reading the 3rd book in her Wings of the Nightingale series and I love it so far! Thanks for the reviews :) I seriously just put like 15 books on my To-Read list on Goodreads tonight. To say I'm addicted to reading (if you look at my lists in general) is an understatement.

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    1. That is the tough part, Rachel. Although I'm pretty sure it will be worth the wait. In the meantime, I do hope you enjoy Sarah's earlier books. I have some to collect and read yet also. Hope to do that someday.

      As for being addicted to reading, you're in good company around here, Rachel. We all are in the same boat. Best that we stick together. :)

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  8. What fun, beautiful, and clever covers! I'm in awe of what cover designers do...and the work just gets better and better! And thank you so much for including Through Waters Deep - I alternate between happy dancing and simply sitting and staring at it. I'm just in love, and so pleased with the work Revell did!

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    1. That's how I feel, Sarah. I always thought this would be a fun job - the work, detail and thought that goes into a cover design is incredible. Designers have our thanks. :)

      This is my favorite of your covers yet, Sarah - though each have been pretty. This one is so striking - and it's cool to know you're pleased with it. I'm sure the inside will be equally beautiful. Thanks (SO) much for visiting. :)

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    1. Same for me, Juju - not intrigued by the story for the former, but the cover? I heart it as well as 99 Days. The polaroid thing is very unique. :)

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  10. I think Between Us and the Moon is my favorite this round. I saw science nerd in the description, and that makes me want to read it, too. Maybe it ends up being good! :)

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    1. "Moon" does sound darling, Tammy - and of course, the cover is cute too. I'm with you; hope it ends up being a worthwhile read. :)

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  11. Emmy and Oliver is my fave.
    Very different look for Colasanti.

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    1. It is different, I agree, Jenny - though I have to say it's sweet. I like the colors and the font. :)

      Thanks a BUNCH for stopping by, Jenny. Always good to chat with you.

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  12. Ahh, I can't believe Doon #3 isn't releasing until September 2015!! I'm so excited for it and want to read it now...lol. I just added a bunch of these to my Goodreads TBR. Thanks for sharing these rad cover candies--I'm looking forward to checking them out! :)

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    1. You and I both, Bekah - after that Doon cliffhanger especially. What comes next!? ;) Hope you find some new books to enjoy - I know the feeling as I always find some newbies to anticipate when I find these too.

      Needless to say they inspire a flurry of review requests on my part too. ;)

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  13. Cool covers!!!
    Thanks for sharing them.I hadn't seen or heard of these books before:)

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    1. My pleasure, Ella. Hope you found some to add to that TBR. I know I always do. ;)

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  14. So many of the blurb's sound intriguing! And follow that up with all the pretty and....yeah..... ;)

    First, I love Shades of Doon! The colors, the castle, the outfits. SO much pretty. And 99 Days is different, which makes it striking. I'd definitely pick it up off the shelf based on the cover alone. Deceptive is cool. And I like Not After Everything's picture from a different angle. It's eyecatching. I like The Cage and Made You Up a lot as well.

    Have I mentioned how much I love these fun posts? Even if they DO cause me to spend loads of time just staring at all the prettiness! ;)

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    1. Shades of Doon is indeed lovely, Kara and I'm anticipating reading that pretty - plus the castle!? :) I really like 99 Days because of the polaroid's, it's just unique. Wondering if the story will follow suit (have you read any of Katie's books?). Deceptive follows through with book one's theme which is nice and 'Everything' does have a neat look, I agree.

      The colors of Made You Up? Off the charts. I love it.

      LOL, well I am sorry this proves to be a kind of time-waster, but well, that's kind of a given for us book addicts, right!? We are no stranger to wasting time searching out new books. ;)

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