Today’s Topic: Book Covers with Fall Colors/Vibes (or spring if you live in the southern hemisphere)
Hosted by: That Artsy Reader Girl
Hmm…I decided to interpret this week’s prompt loosely. Very loosely. This week, I’m featuring books with fall in their titles. And strangely enough, even though most of these aren’t about Fall, some of these covers still give me fall vibes.
Fall From Trace – I haven’t read this particular title yet, but I’ve enjoyed the author’s other historical romances.
When I Fall in Love – Such a likable story about a chef and hockey player with a devastating secret.
When Fall Fades – Whew! No one can write frighteningly cold villains and smoldering love stories better than this author.
Waterfall – The beginning of an absolutely fabulous time-travel story about two sisters who end up in medieval Italy.
Freefall – I’ve long loved this author’s romantic suspense stories and this is one of her best. And it is partially set in Hawaii, a place I have an affinity for.
After the Leaves Fall – A young girl’s coming of age story which I remember as being very thoughtful and slow.
Falls of Gard – Now here’s a real classic and perfect for a fall read with it’s mysteries and gothic undertones. Laura Black is one of my favorite writers of these types of stories.
Renata and the Fall from Grace – Some people are more abrasive and harder to like than others. But there is always a reason for that. This is the second book in a story about four sisters and it takes it’s main character on a deep emotional journey.
The Splendour Falls – Can you go wrong with a Susanna Kearsley novel? And this one has a French setting!
Until the Mountains Fall – One of my favorites in a series about the biblically mentioned Cities of Refuge. It’s a great journey about a young woman who runs away from home because she refuses to enter into a Levitical marriage to her husband’s brother.
Worth the Fall – If you enjoy cute, easy to read rom-com’s this one is a lot of fun.