Sunday, March 30, 2014

A Post of Pretty: HarlequinTEEN Cover Reveals

I just wanted to put a quick post together today highlighting some of the recent covers revealed by HarlequinTEEN because, well, I love book covers and good design, and Harlequin never disappoints! For those of you who don't know, every Thursday on HarlequinTEEN's Facebook page they reveal the cover of one of their upcoming releases. This past Thursday they unveiled the covers for the next three parts in Clara Kensie's paranormal young adult serial novel, Run To You. I so enjoyed the first three installments (First Sight, Second Glance, Third Charm) and can't wait to see how the rest of Tessa and Tristan's story unfolds.

Underneath the Run To You covers are some other new(ish)ly released HarlequinTEEN covers, some of which you may have seen already, but they're just so pretty I couldn't help but include them as well.

Which of the below is your favorite?

Releasing July 7th

With no more secrets keeping them apart, Tessa and Tristan explore Tessa's developing psychic powers and embark upon a desperate search to find her missing brother and sister. But not even Tristan can keep Tessa safe from the hostile classmates at her new school, or from the nightmare that haunts her even while she's awake.

Releasing July 14th

Tessa’s nightmares feel all too real, and the hope of getting her family back together has never seemed so slim. Although a psychic warns her that leaving town may mean her death, Tessa cannot stay when she uncovers a new lead to her brother and sister. Not even if she must go alone and risk losing Tristan forever.

Releasing July 21st 

To save Tessa's brother and sister, she and Tristan must deceive the entire town. But if their plan succeeds, Tessa will have to make an unbearable choice between her siblings and her true love. And when her nightmares become real, she may lose it all—her family, her boyfriend and even her life.

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Releases August 26th

Sometimes, I dream that I'm someone else.

A girl with dark hair who doesn't worry about hunger or thirst or running from flesh-eaters.

In her world, those sorts of things don't exist.

Since the spring of 2036, when the world changed forever, Claudia and a small clan of survivors have roamed the streets of a very altered Nashville: polluted and desolate, except for the ever-present threat of cannibal Hoarders. Together they must undergo punishing tests of endurance and psychological challenge sometimes with devastating consequences all just to live another day.

With food and water in dwindling supply, and with danger lurking around every corner, no one can be trusted. And as her world starts to make less and less sense, Claudia begins to realize something terrifying: she is just a pawn in some sort of game, and all of her actions are being controlled from afar by a mysterious gamer. So when she meets a maddening and fascinating outsider named Declan, who claims to be a game moderator, she must decide whether to join him in exchange for protection and access to the border.

If they play the game right, they are each other's best hope for survival and a life beyond the only world Claudia's ever known: the terrifying live-action game known as The Aftermath.

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The Aquarathi #2
Releases July 29th

The coronation is over.

But the battle has just begun.

Nerissa Marin has won her crown. But can she keep it? Already, her ties to the human realm are driving a wedge between Nerissa and her people. When word arrives that her part-human prince consort, Lo, has been poisoned, she makes the difficult choice to leave Waterfell and return landside. As the royal courts debate her decision, even more disturbing rumors surface: a plot is rising against her, led by someone she least expects.

On land, Nerissa learns another shocking truth–Lo does not remember who she is. As her choice to try to save him threatens her hold on her crown, changing loyalties and uncertainty test her courage in ways she could never have imagined. Nerissa will have one last chance to prove herself as a queen …and save the undersea kingdom she loves.

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Releases June 24th

Coe is one of the few remaining teenagers on the island of Tides. Deformed and weak, she is constantly reminded that in a world where dry land dwindles at every high tide, she is not welcome.

The only bright spot in her harsh and difficult life is the strong, capable Tiam—but love has long ago been forgotten by her society. The only priority is survival.

Until the day their King falls ill, leaving no male heir to take his place. Unrest grows, and for reasons Coe cannot comprehend, she is invited into the privileged circle of royal aides. She soon learns that the dying royal is keeping a secret that will change their world forever.

Is there an escape from the horrific nightmare that their island home has become? Coe must race to find the answers and save the people she cares about, before their world and everything they know is lost to the waters.

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Releases June 24th

Jane Montjoy is tired of being a lady. She's tired of pretending to live up to the standards of her mother's noble family-especially now that the family's wealth is gone and their stately mansion has fallen to ruin. It's hard enough that she must tend to the animals and find a way to feed her mother and her little sister each day. Jane's burden only gets worse after her mother returns from a trip to town with a new stepfather and stepsister in tow. Despite the family's struggle to prepare for the long winter ahead, Jane's stepfather remains determined to give his beautiful but spoiled child her every desire.

When her stepfather suddenly dies, leaving nothing but debts and a bereaved daughter behind, it seems to Jane that her family is destined for eternal unhappiness. But a mysterious boy from the woods and an invitation to a royal ball are certain to change her fate...

From the handsome prince to the evil stepsister, nothing is quite as it seems in Tracy Barrett's stunning retelling of the classic Cinderella tale.


  1. You have to give Harlequin some credit, they always have nice covers!

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    1. I really like the colors, I think they look fun with all 6 of them together:)

  3. The Aftermath is in such a gorgeous shade of pink I can't even. So pretty. Oh, I didn't notice the tower up in the right corner on Drowned before. That's so cool! I hadn't read the synopsis for The Stepsister's Tale so far, but a mysterious boy? Um, yes, please! :) So much prettiness indeed, Jenny! Thank you for sharing :)

    1. I can't wait for all of these books Siiri! *makes grabby hands* :)

  4. Love the cover for The Aftermath! And the blurb looks really good so I'm definitely adding it to my TBR :) Thanks for sharing!

    1. You're welcome! I'm really exited for The Aftermath as well. *stares at calendar wishing it was August*

  5. Yeah, I'm thinking Drowned is my favorite too.

  6. Wow, Harlequin really knows how to make good book covers. I honestly can't pick a favorite, they're all pretty amazing!!

  7. Oh, very pretty!! Ocean Born looks beautiful! I am really looking at Drowned!!! More merpeople. Yay!!

  8. I love the cover of Ocean Born! It looks so cool. Now I need to go check put the first book.

  9. Harlequin Teen has pretty awesome covers indeed! And I love HT since they're always nice enough to approve my requests on NetGalley!

  10. Yes, these covers do look lovely!

  11. Lovely covers indeed! I especially love the look of Drowned. Thank you so much for sharing these, I am so out of the loop right now, it's nice to know what's coming up on the horizon. I'm really curious to try that serial series when it's all out and ready for me to binge read. :-) Can't wait to hear what you think of the last three!

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