Cover Crush (25)

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Cover Crush is my new meme here at On The Shelf where beautiful and eye-catching covers are spotlighted!  Any cover can be showcased whether it be old or new, read or still sitting in your TBR stack.  Please join in, link up and enjoy some beautiful covers!

My Cover:

Once We Were Cover

Eva was never supposed to have survived this long. As the recessive soul, she should have faded away years ago. Instead, she lingers in the body she shares with her sister soul, Addie. When the government discovered the truth, they tried to “cure” the girls, but Eva and Addie escaped before the doctors could strip Eva’s soul away.

Now fugitives, Eva and Addie find shelter with a group of hybrids who run an underground resistance. Surrounded by others like them, the girls learn how to temporarily disappear to give each soul some much-needed privacy. Eva is thrilled at the chance to be alone with Ryan, the boy she’s falling for, but troubled by the growing chasm between her and Addie. Despite clashes over their shared body, both girls are eager to join the rebellion.

Yet as they are drawn deeper into the escalating violence, they start to wonder: How far are they willing to go to fight for hybrid freedom? Faced with uncertainty and incredible danger, their answers may tear them apart forever.

Why I’m Crushing:

I really like how the covers are done for this series!  It is an awesome way to portray two people being in one body.  I also really like the soft colors.  Both covers are pretty simple, with simple fonts, but I think they are perfect for what the story is about.  So, have any covers you’re crushing on this week?

Vyki Signature Trans 2

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4 Comments

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4 responses to “Cover Crush (25)

  1. I think the cover is fantastic. I’m glad it matches the first books too. 🙂

    Jenea @ Books Live Forever

  2. These covers are officially amazing. They are a greta representation of the series! Thanks for sharing!

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    Emily @ Counting in Bookcases

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