Feb 26, 2011

Cover Reveal - Lost In Time by Melissa de la Cruz


Lost In Time by Melissa de la Cruz
October 4th 2011 by Hyperion

From MTV Hollywood Crush:
"Lost In Time" picks up with Schuyler Van Alen and her love Jack Force forced to go their separate ways after their trip to Florence. She must travel to Alexandria to fulfill the Van Alen legacy by searching for Catherine of Siena and the Gate of Promise, while he returns to the Big Apple to face his twin sister (and former bondmate) Mimi. Things get even more complicated when Mimi jets off to Egypt to find her former lover Kingsley Martin, all while the Coven threatens to fall apart around her. Just another day on the Upper East Side, no?

This is one of a few series that I love ALL of the covers. Whether you read the Blue Blood series or not, you have to hand it to the folks at Hyperion...they do a great job! I love the hint of Egypt at the bottom of the picture too....gorgeous!

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6 comments:

  1. I want this book so bad. Seriously, Melissa definitely got lucky when it comes to the covers department. This one looks HOT! And I think it's the first one that had a male with the female. Is that Jack and Schuyler? RAWR!

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  2. The cover is completely gorgeous! I haven't read any books in this series yet *hangs head in shame*. Need to get on that! And I'm glad you've at least heard of Bakerella too! She's really been putting some great looking recipes and fun things up (although I'd rather be reading than baking!)

    Jamie @ Bookerella

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  3. Wow, I love that cover! I wonder if that is Mimi on the cover with Kingsley?

    I just picked up Bloody Valentine from the library.

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  4. I really love her covers and I need to read this series.

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  5. I totally agree with you. This is one series I love all the covers too, and this one is no exception.
    So beautiful.

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  6. the cover is awesome, who is it.... Schyler aand Jack, cute!?!

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