Posts Tagged ‘The crimson thread’

I noticed last year there were a number of books with the same cover. The same photo, girl and dress in the same shot have been used for some YA titles. One has had the dress colour changed, one is a close-up and the shot is reversed but they are all almost the same. Surely this is not necessarily the best move. They are all different stories and different authors.
What do you think? Let me know. Don’t let it stop you reading these good titles though as they are worth reading.

Goddess interrupted
By Aimee Carter

Sequel to Goddess test

The goddess test cover

The vespertine
By Saundra Mitchell

“A 19th-century historical romance set in Victorian Baltimore about Amelia van den Broek, whose prophetic dreams have made her the talk of high society, and whose love for an artist distinctly outside of the social circle threatens her place in it.”


The crimson thread
By Suzanne Weyn
This is a retelling of Rumplestiltkon which is great for those readers who love the modern retelling of fairytales.
Here the cover is reversed but still the same.


The dark angel
By Eden Maguire
“Tania’s heart belongs to Orlando. Nothing can rip them apart. Until the seduction begins in a flurry of glamour and magic, music and parties all orchestrated by the mysterious and mesmerising Zoran, an iconic rock star who has retired to a remote ranch in the nearby mountains. And there Tania meets the dark side. Can she resist temptation?”