Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Cover Reveal: Desolate City by Racquel Jones



Today, I am excited to share with y'all the cover reveal for Desolate City by Racquel Jones. Hope y'all will enjoy this pretty cover. Thanks to Giselle @ Xpresso Book Tours.

About the author:
Racquel Jones has been a Michigander for 22 years now. She has a love for all things fantasy, art and the history behind it and comic book heroes. Since she was able to talk, she told stories to her friends rather it be fan fiction or her own original ideas. Right now, she is looking to one day expand her horizons into writing for comics and owning a branch of unique cafes/bookstores.  
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Cover designed by Silviya Yordanova (Deviant Art)
Desolate City (Albertos, 1) by Racquel Jones, January 10, 2013.

After being invited to a party, Seiren never dreamed of being haunted by the Haydens--supernatural beings--of her city. She was suppose to forget about how they watched her every move days before. She was suppose to forget how everything went downhill after meeting a certain white eyed Hayden. But that would be too simple...
Ereshkigal, a group of powerful beings that all Haydens resent, have their sights on Seiren and Haydens from every corner of Black Phoenix will do everything in their power to stop them.
With the help of the gun-toting agent Luann and Hayden guardian Julius, Seiren must figure out her place in all of this and why she is literally running for her life.

You can add Desolate City to your Goodreads shelf.

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