Today’s Topic: Titles or Covers That Made Want to Read/Buy the Book
Hosted by: That Artsy Reader Girl
I’m often drawn to a book due to excellent cover art. But sometimes I catchy or witty title will snare my interest too.
The Heiress Gets a Duke &The Devil and the Heiress
Every Word Unsaid
The architectural details of this cover are stunning!
I was very intrigued by the concept this title hints at.
At Summers End
The peachy pink of the fan makes this cover stand out in a sea of similar historical fiction covers.
In a Far Off Land
I’m intrigued. Who is this woman? What is her story?
This cover brings to mind my childhood memories of visits to a small mountain town.
This is a classic that is ripe for a retelling, and the idea of telling it from a male version of Jane Eyre sounds very interesting.
I’m a sucker for a clever play on words such as this.
The Souls of Lost Lake
All of Jaime’s books have covers as gothic and atmospheric as the stories within.
The Gold in These Hills
I would read this anyway, because the author has a way with words. But that gorgeous cover draws me in even more.
6 Replies to “Top Ten Tuesday – Titles or Covers That Made Want to Read the Book”
I didn’t realize there were so many books in the Bromance series!
My post: https://lydiaschoch.com/top-ten-tuesday-titles-that-made-me-want-to-read-the-book/
Great list! I agree, having something that stands out on a historical cover really helps to grab my attention.
Oooh, I love a cover with a beautiful dress on it! They’re so pretty.
What a great list of books. All of those covers are stunning!
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I have not seen that book of Jamie Jo Wright’s. Great list, thanks for sharing!
I loved the cover of Jamie’s book. I have yet to read it though. But it is on my TBR list!