Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Copy Covers: Hearts Made of Stuff

As I was paging through some publisher catalogs and review journals this week, I noticed that there are an abundance of new and soon-to-be-released books out right now with covers that feature hearts made of things.  Things like barbed-wire, pills, pieces of glass, candy...

ForbiddenForbidden by Tabitha Suzuma
Teen brother and sister Lochan and Maya have grown close caring for their younger siblings in the absence of their alcoholic, wayward mother, but trouble looms when their feelings for each other grow into desperate love.

But I Love Him


But I Love Him by Amanda Grace
Ann begins her senior year of high school as a happy, straight-A student and track star, but her life changes drastically when she become involved with a haunted young man named Connor and cannot seem to free herself from the abusive relationship.

The Sweetest ThingThe Sweetest Thing by Christina Mandelski
A teenage girl tries to balance her life, but her time is split between her first love, a cake-decorating business, her dad's reality television show, and her efforts to find her missing mother.
Love Drugged




Love Drugged by James Klise
Fifteen-year-old Jamie is dismayed by his attraction to boys, and when a beautiful girl shows an interest in him, he is all the more intrigued by her father's work developing a drug called Rehomoline.

Recovery Road
Recovery Road by Blake Nelson
Seventeen-year-old Maddie meets Stewart in a rehabilitation facility for drug and alcohol abuse, and they begin a relationship, which they try to maintain after they both finish treatment.
Ask Elizabeth: Real Answers to Everything You Secretly Wanted to Ask About Love, Friends, YourBody... and Life in General



Ask Elizabeth by Elizabeth Berkley
(aka Jesse Spano!)
Provides real answers to questions teenage girls often have about their bodies, love, friends, and other aspects of life.



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