Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Meme-ing It Up-- Top Ten Favorite Artsy Covers!

Some memes for today! Some cowboy fun I can't wait to see release and a whole dang lot of pretty pet-able covers! If you're participating in either meme be sure to leave your link with your comment!

All about the visuals: What Are Your Top(ish) Ten Artsy Covers?
So today's prompt was original about favorite graphic novel or picture books but I so don't read them so I thought I'd share my favorite non-photos or more artistic covers.

I love this series from Harper. The covers totally catch the cheeky fun vibe of them.

 I love this YA series from Caine. It's an alternative history with the Library of Alexandria not being destroyed and the kids training to protect it. It's rather dark and gritty. 

Fantastic read-- Sherlock is a woman. A self-ruined one at that. The cover is just stunning. I had to have it. lol I'm looking forward to seeing book 2.


I love the Christmas covers from this series. They always make me want to snuggle down and live there. A Virgin River Christmas is one of my all time favorites and a 5 star read. 

This was a really fun Christmas kitty themed anthology.


I think these really suited the series. It was a dusty little Texas town with curious happenings. I had fun with these and seeing Harris pull minor characters from her other series to create this one. I'm really hoping they'll decide to extend the series from just 3 books.

I think these are amazing! I've read some of book two but haven't finished it yet.

I typically really dislike erotic romances covers like this one but it caught my eye and thank goodness. It was my first from Loren and she's turned out to be one of my absolute favorites. And I did appreciate that for the most part the series covers pick up on some detail of the actual story.


Another amazing series that really surprised me. I love that all of the covers are doors. These are just my favorites from the full series. And it's NOT all Christmas books despite the title. lol The town it takes place in is called Christmas, Colorado.

Cowboy yumminess! Yas!!!! I really enjoyed Tangled in Texas. It's out next week and I'm so ready for people to read it. lol
Thirty-two seconds. That’s how long it took for Delon Sanchez’s life to end. One minute he was the best bronc rider in the Panhandle and the next he was nothing. Knee shattered, future in question, all he can do is pull together the pieces…and wonder what cruel trick of Fate has thrown him into the path of his ex, the oh-so-perfect Tori Patterson.

Tori’s come home after her husband’s death, intent on escaping the public eye. It’s just her luck that Delon limps into her physical therapy office, desperate for her help. All hard-packed muscle and dark-eyed temptation, he’s never been anything but a bad idea. And yet, seeing him again, Tori can’t remember what made her choose foolish pride over love…or why, with this second, final chance to right old wrongs, the smart thing would be to run from this gorgeous rodeo boy as fast as her boots can take her.

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