Cover Crush (47)

Cover Crush Logo Cover Crush is my 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:

Fragile Spirits Cover

Paul has always known he was a Protector, fated to serve a Speaker who could hear the voices of spirits lingering after death and help those souls find peace.

Vivienne ignores the voices of the dead.

Paul has always followed the Protector’s rule book, preparing diligently for the day when he’d be matched with his Speaker and fulfill his destiny.

Vivienne never does what she’s told.

So when Paul is matched with Vivienne, they both find the pairing less than satisfactory. But a kidnapping, a malevolent spirit and power stronger than both of them may just prove that they are two halves of the same whole.

In a stunning story about the beauty of fate and the power of secrets, Mary Lindsey returns to the world of Shattered Souls with a breathtaking thrill-ride of a novel.

**Note from author: This book begins one month after Shattered Souls leaves off. Lenzi and Alden are featured in this book, but reading Shattered Souls is not a prerequisite.

Why I’m Crushing:

I love the floating black and white feathers!  It gives it a nice dimension and the cover also has almost an Alice in Wonderland feel to it with her falling like when she falls down the rabbit hole.  Most of the colors are pretty subdues aside from the shock of pink that really makes it stand out.  I also really like how the title is broken like the title of the first book, but in a different breaking style.  Though I don’t like this one as much as the first cover, I think it is still quite nice 🙂  What do you guys think of this cover?  Have a cover to share?

Vyki Signature Trans 2

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