Cover Shot! Enchanted Ever After by Robin D Owens

Cover Shot! is a regular feature here at the Café. I love discovering new covers, and when I find them, I like to share. More than anything else, I am consumed with the mystery that each new discovery represents. There is an allure to a beautiful cover. Will the story contained under the pages live up to promise of the gorgeous cover art?

This is the coolest cover!  I love the soft, dreamy pastel shades, and the rounded title font.  I also love the mermaid reflected in the water.  Enchanted Ever After by Robin D Owens is high on my wish list!

In stores December 2012.

 

Magic was just around the corner….  
Kiri Palger knew the difference between reality-new house,  hard work and not too many friends-and fantasy-the fun she had playing online games. So when the chance to work for the best gaming company in the world came up, giving her a chance to merge business with pleasure, how could she not apply? 
Suddenly she has more friends, interesting neighbors and an intriguing love interest. But when the game begins to awaken something inside her, Kiri is shocked by the talents she never knew she had… and an evil she’d never imagined. 
Her nice, safe life is imploding around her-and if she takes up  the mantle of her powers, it will never be the same again….

You can preorder from Amazon: Enchanted Ever After (Mystic Circle) by Robin D Owens

2 thoughts on “Cover Shot! Enchanted Ever After by Robin D Owens

  • August 14, 2012 at 6:10 pm
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    I personally don’t care for those kind of book covers. However, I’ll reserve judgement for now. I have been reading romances for about 6 months and have recently found myself dying of curiosity about how men see the subject, so I was thrilled to discover Matt and can hardly wait to finish his first book.

  • August 21, 2012 at 12:28 pm
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    Ah, I love the reflection. I actually provided a picture of the Maroon Bells mountains and lake and wanted a mermaid on a rock in Maroon Lake. That said, this is a little too pastel for me, but, like, what do I know. I think, so far, the one I’ve liked best in the Mystic Circle series, was Enchanted No More, the first. It’s more vibrant, and, for me, hard to beat the manhole cover in the beach.

    Though the above really nails the theme.

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