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Best Book Cover of 2015

Hey welcome to Day 2 and here we have Book cover's and lawd this might be hard because this year had some good covers so i'm going to try and break it down into mini lists and i hope you enjoy.

10 Best YA Book Covers












New Adult 


The witch of painted sorrows M.J Rose



This lighting is perfect and the words and background blend into the picture.

Five things i love about you Sarah Ballance


I don't know i just like it and the way they are posing really tells you things, i mean look at where his hand is. This Book had some sexy scenes lawd.

Since Drew J.Nathan


HOH. HOH. I mean this is pretty self explanatory. Gawd look at those veins. Ok this wasn't best best but yeah come on lol

The shatter Court M.J Scott



Okay The Designs over the words make it look so royal and this book is about Royalty and OKAY i really LOVE that dress on the Model and The Background has so many details.

Black Iris Leah Raeder


This flower is gorgeous and just pulls you in.
















































































Comments

  1. Love your cover choices they’re all such great picks! Thanks so much for taking part in the Top 10 of 2015! Looking forward to seeing the rest of your Top 10’s :D
    Hugs,
    Jaime @ Two Chicks On Books

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  2. I LOVELOVE that cover of THE WITCH OF PAINTED SORROWS!! *heart eyes* I would TOTALLY pin that up on my wall! ;')

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