Cover Love

February edition

We’ve rounded up covers we love, and we hope you will too. We’ve also gathered all of your cover votes from this month, and your most loved cover is. . . THE LOVE THAT SPLIT THE WORLD by Emily Henry!

Click on each cover to read the full description, request (or wish for) the title, and “Like” the cover if you haven’t already. If you’ve read these titles, don’t forget to share feedback with the publisher and with your friends and followers. 

Tell us in the comments below, which covers you’re loving right now, and they could be included in next month’s Cover Love!


12 thoughts on “Cover Love – February edition

    1. It reminds of the lighter my father had in the sixties. I remember when he was filling it, I always remarked how stinky that lighter fluid was.

    1. Just looked at ‘Banished’ after seeing these comments. The cover is stunning! Odd to see so many thumbs down for it. Led me to request a copy as the description appeals greatly, too.

  1. I think the “Evicted” cover is simple and represents the disparity of the situation, a room left behind with only the scars of frame memories remaining. Currently I’m enjoying the cover for Tyrants by Waller R. Newell. It reminds me of Robin Waterfield’s “The Greek Myths: Stories of the Greek Gods and Heroes Vividly Retold”.

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