Today is the cover reveal for the book Beneath Manhattan Skies by Emma Maede, the blurb sounded intriguing so I signed-up for the cover reveal. Here is the cover:
I think this is a lovely cover, the cover fits the title perfectly. And I like how the cover model watches up. I do wonder what the glowly light thingy is she is watching. The cover also has a slightly magical feeling and also a urban/city feel at the same time.The city on the background fits perfect with the rest of the cover. The cover alone makes me want to read this book.
Beneath Manhattan Skies
by Emma Meade
Publication date: November 2013
Genres: New Adult, Paranormal, Romance
November in New York is cold but full of possibility for college freshman Erin Harris. When her twin brother, Nick, shows up on her doorstep for a surprise visit, Erin is delighted. Unfortunately, Nick’s arrival coincides with the discovery of a body outside her apartment building, a body drained of blood. Right away, Nick assumes vampires are involved. He’s not exactly their biggest fan since Erin dated one in high school.
Juggling nosy roommates, a first date with a gorgeous guy from college and a brother on a Van Helsing kick is enough to keep any nineteen year old girl busy – And then Erin’s old flame walks back into her life.
Is Erin destined to be caught up in supernatural shenanigans, or will she choose a different path?
You can add Beneath Manhattan Skies to your to-read list on Goodreads
About the Author:
Emma Meade writes paranormal fiction.
She lives in rainy Ireland and loves all things supernatural. Stephen King’s The Stand is one of her most loved books and she’s lost count of the number of times she’s read L.J. Smith’s trilogy, The Forbidden Game.
Books, DVDS & TV show boxsets take up lots of space in her home and she collects all the Point Horror books she can get her hands on.
She is not ashamed to admit that Dirty Dancing and Twilight make her top ten movie list but wishes to point out that The Last of the Mohicans, Reality Bites, Dead Poets Society, Stand by Me and The Goonies are in there too.
Writing supernatural stories & watching marathon re-runs of Buffy are some of her favourite ways of escaping reality.