Tuesday, March 5, 2013

Cover Reveal: The Red Choker by Stephanie Alexander


Today, we present the cover for Stephanie Alexander's latest book, 

The Red Choker.

From the blurb:

Eleanor Brice Desmarais, she of the cracked glass slipper and unladylike intellectual propensities, has learned that happily-ever-after is as rare as a frozen dragon, even for a happenstance princess. She survived a plot against her life, but her marriage to the alcoholic, womanizing Prince Gregory of Cartheigh remains at best a sham, and at worse, a potential noose around her neck. Eleanor understands the harsh realities of women’s lives in her kingdom, so she turns her energies to a school for impoverished girls. She hopes to give them new opportunities, but the temptations of the streets and an ominous plot to bring down the witches of Afar Creek Abbey threaten to close the school forever.  
She finds joy in stolen hours with her lover, Dorian Finley, but her husband’s increasing suspicions, her stepsister’s continued scheming, and her own conscience create a rift between Eleanor and Dorian that seems insurmountable. A witch’s spell and a beautiful necklace are all that stand between Eleanor and a most permanent, and dangerous, heartbreak. The Red Choker is the sequel to Stephanie Alexander’s bestselling debut novel, The Cracked Slipper.

What do you think? Do you like the cover? What do you like most about it? Leave a comment on this post for your chance to win a $10 Amazon gift card. Enter the raffle for even more chances.

Thanks for stopping by. Until next time,

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  1. Naughty Naughty... don't let your husband find out.

  2. excited about the release of this book tomorrow

  3. The story line sounds interesting. However, I would never have guessed at all of that by the cover. One could say that the blurb on the back would contain all of that information but what happens when a person never picks up the book to even read the blurb on the back?

    If I was not familiar with the writer or the series and I was looking for a romance with a bit of intrigue, I would have passed this one by. The bird is the only thing that hints that things are not what they seem.

    1. Thanks for your comment. Did you let the author know what you thought of the cover?


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