Cover Lover – 7 New Titles

It seems I haven’t been finding that many covers that catch my eye lately – or maybe things are just slow this time of year. Either way, I grabbed this first one from All Things Urban Fantasy, so many thanks. It is from the White Trash Zombie series by Diana Rowland. White Trash Zombie Apocalypse will be released on July 2nd.

white trash zombie apocalypse

This next one was a surprise. For some reason, there will be a re-release of Gena Showalter‘s The Darkest Angel (Lysander and Bianka’s story), along with the story Shadow Hunter by Kait Ballenger. This duology will be called After Dark, and it will be released on June 25th.

after dark

Lucy Monroe continues her Children of the Moon series with the release of Warrior’s Moon on July 2nd.

warrior's moon

This fourth cover is from Vicki Lewis Thompson. Werewolf in Alaska will be released on July 2nd.

werewolf in alaska

Tes Hilaire‘s third Paladin Warrior’s series, Prince of Shadows, will be released on December 1st.

prince of shadows

Lauren Kate starts her new young adult Teardrop Trilogy this October 22nd with the release of the first book, also called Teardrop.


And the final one for today is from Maggie Stiefvater. The second Raven Boys book, The Dream Thieves, will be released on September 17th.

the dream thieves

Which one of these is your favorite? Any you are looking forward to?


5 thoughts on “Cover Lover – 7 New Titles

  1. mlh1112 says:

    I was also surprised by the re-release of Gena’s The Darkest Angel. I am a huge fan but can’t help but wonder if it’s because of the less than positive feedback she received from her last release??

    • kaleigha says:

      I did hear that she got a bit of a slapdown for Last Kiss Goodnight. I actually didn’t mind it, but I am usually hit or miss with Gena Showalter, anyways.

  2. Nefertari says:

    Like you, it’s been awhile since a cover has catch my eyes. My favorite one i think is ”White Trash Zombies Apocalypse”. I don’t knoe how i feel about the panty, but all in all, it looks good like it is always the case with Dan Dos Santos. I never read a Diana Rowland, but i may give it a try.

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