I know people always say you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover, but hey, I’m guilty. I frequently judge books by their covers. Covers aren’t the only driving factor in whether or not I’ll pick up a book, but I’d be lying if I didn’t admit they play a big part. For better or worse. There have been a lot of covers I’ve loved from books I read this year, but these are my favorites.
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I’m living for covers with fat characters. This one is perfection.
The hands, the football, the chin scruff. It’s just how I pictured Zsc. *swoon*
Olivia Dade’s covers are spectacular. This screams Tess and Lucas to me.
I’ve loved so many of Kennedy Ryan’s covers, but this one is especially gorgeous. I think it’s the combination of Kimba’s power with the rose gold glittery words that just slays me.
I frequently drool over historical romance covers and Lisa’s are some of my favorites. This red dress gives me heart eyes.
The scruff, the cat, the romance cover, the latte… is there a more “Kim cover” on any book ever?
Chanel’s covers are always gorgeous. This one is no exception. I love them because they give you a hint of the character, but still allow you to form your own vision of them.
I’m a sucker for a pretty blue cover and this dress gives me all the heart eyes. And that clinch? Love. The hands make me swoon.
From the font to the color to the sketches, I adore everything about this cover. I have mixed feelings about illustrated people covers, but I love this style.
K.A. Tucker has had some gorgeous covers in the past, but the ones for this series remain some of my favorites. I’m such a sucker for the Alaskan setting. Beautiful!
Which book covers gave you a major case of cover love this year?