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A sneak peek at my new cover

In August I have a new book coming out, The Scoundrel’s Daughter. It’s the first in a new series called The Brides of Bellaire Gardens and it’s based around a large garden that is shared by the residents whose houses surround it.

Historically that set-up is a little anachronistic. That style of garden, completely enclosed by houses, did not become popular in London until a few years later, but I figured since it’s a fictional garden, I could have my fictional characters live there

Obviously I wanted a garden background for my cover, and I suggested a wisteria arch, and lo! the wonderful Berkley cover designers came up with this beauty. Isn’t it gorgeous?

I’m thrilled to bits with it. 

At the moment, I’m only sharing the cover with my newsletter and blog subscribers, but there might be a cover reveal in other places — I’m not sure.

But I’ve only put it up here on my blog and also sent it to my newsletter subscribers, so you’re the first to see it. I hope you like it as much as I do.

You can pre-order The Scoundrel’s Daughter. Amazon.com  (which still has the all black cover (smile) )
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theo
theo
25 days ago

What a gorgeous cover! That wisteria is glorious and the colors. Beautiful.

Anne Gracie
Anne Gracie
23 days ago
Reply to  theo

Thanks, Theo. I love it.
And thanks to all the people who emailed me with lots of cover-love also. Much appreciated. <3 (One day I’ll learn how to add emojis to this, but until then I hope you all get what these strange punctuation marks mean.)

theo
theo
23 days ago
Reply to  Anne Gracie

I see it! But it comes through the notification email with the link, not the emoji. Sometimes, I just don’t get the internet. ;)

Liz Fielding
Liz Fielding
22 days ago

It’s lovely, Anne!