Thursday, January 31, 2013

Cover Reveal: Eternal by Kristi Cook

Today we're helping to reveal the cover of Eternal by Kristi Cook. Eternal is third book in the Winterhaven series. There's a giveaway so make sure you scroll to the bottom to enter! Check out the blurb for Eternal:

THERE’S NO HIDING FROM DESTINY…

In the final book of the Winterhaven trilogy, Violet McKenna and her friends find themselves right in the middle of a vampire war. The stakes have been raised, the danger unavoidable now. As the Warriors’ senior year draws to a close, not everyone makes it out alive. Who will be left standing at the end of it all? Will Aidan be a part of Violet’s future, or is he just a specter of the past?



I really love the colors on this book. The other two covers in this series are nice too, but this is my favorite of the three!

What do you think of the cover?


About the Author:

YA author Kristi Cook is a transplanted southern gal who lives in New York City with her husband and two kids. Her YA debut, HAVEN, was released in Feb. 2011 by Simon Pulse.


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6 comments:

  1. I love the placement of the fragile butterfly against the fragile glass of the hourglass. It definitely caught my attention.

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  2. OH. MY. GOODNESS! I love how something so simple can look so beautiful! I really like the hourglass and butterfly and what it's representing :) Also love that color, Indigo right? ;)

    Shreya@CCReviews

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  3. I haven't seen this series before and love the cover. The series sounds interesting and you can't go wrong with a great vampire story. Will be checking this one out. Thanks for sharing Jesse.

    Katie @ Turner’s Antics

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  4. There have been so much hype for this series, but I still haven't started it. Totally feeling guilty now! Need to win book now!!! JK

    Angie @ YA Novelties

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  5. I like how all the covers work together -- this one looks like the final one since the butterfly has finally escaped!

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  6. Oh wow I really like the cover! It also fits in nicely with the series :)

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