Cover Crush: Brighton Belle by Sara Sheridan

Posted: March 4, 2016 in Uncategorized

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Brighten Belle

I will gladly admit I judge a book by its cover. Over all presentation is important to pull a reader in. Well, this reader that is. I cannot speak for others. When I read a story I want to be completely immersed. A grand cover helps that along. Imagery and all-if you will.

Brighton Belle’s cover sets the tone for the period in which the story is written in. This story is staged in post-world war II England. The woman’s clothing and her facial expression shows her intelligence, her attention to detail in her dress. How her face is turn and her expression shows she knows many secrets. The door she is either opening or closing has the old European style to it. Basically, the whole layout of the cover gives you a mysterious and atmospheric feel. I love it! How does the cover make you feel?

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