Many times I buy books based on covers. Such is the case with my latest buys. They're all too gorgeous to simply record on the side this time.
The Captain's Lady by Margaret McPhee
Dang - but I love this cover!!! The way he is about to kiss her with her face cupped in his hands *sigh*. The naval uniform he's wearing. She doesn't have bad cover hair. The colours, the ship - well it doesn't get much better than this one for me. While I don't think this one is a pirate adventure, it does seem to be a high seas adventure.
The Maid of Lorne byTerry Brisbin
I saw this one first on Beverly's blog and fell in love with the cover. This is the way a medieval cover should look. Not like one I featured not to long ago *shudder*. Again, the colours, the dress, the storm clouds, the castle all work together and say "Buy me readers."
I know, I know, I've harped on it before. But why the hell can't Avon get these kind of covers.
Dead Reckoning by Linda Castillo
Is this a sexy cover or what?
I really am going to have to sit down and figure out how to get text at the side of the picture.
I won this one at CW's and
it came in the mail Thursday.
I feel like I'm following in Nicole's footsteps here. I had to take Zina to the vet this morning. She had (what I thought) was a nasty cold. Seems it might be something more serious. I really hope not as she's got our hearts completely won over now in just a week. She's on antibiotics now and I have to take her back next Saturday. I was a very proud mother and rather smugly told the receptionist on the way out that Zina was much better behaved than the other cats that were meowing up a storm.
Two weeks later the pulling at my hair all over must be starting to work. I'ts actually a little longer now and I must say I'm starting to really like this hair cut.