I love this cover for seven romances from seven different authors.
A Kiss is Just a Kiss by Linda Barlow:
Can a kiss under enchanted mistletoe remind college student Will MacIvey of the steamy night he seems to have forgotten? Holly is willing to try it, but magic always comes with a price...
In the Bleak Midwinter by Andra Brynn:
Trapped in a home with her perverse and controlling father, Ayla meets a mysterious boy in the woods who knows things no human should know. But he may be able to save her and her sister...for a price.
Love Charm for Dakota by Carly Carson:
Into Cabot's sedate Nantucket world blows Dakota Bishop, possessor of a wild spirit and a magical love charm. Cabot is all too willing to be bewitched. But Dakota is not. Does she know enough of witchcraft to overcome the spell of the accidentally cast love charm?
The Snow Queen by Alana Albertson:
Every year for five years, a member of The Nutcracker cast has gone missing after closing night. Can Nieves break the curse or will she be the next victim of America’s favorite ballet?
How Lovely Your Branches by Kara Ashley Dey:
Katie is a recluse until a new neighbor and his three female companions take up residence across the road. Gabe’s eyes hold a promise to Katie-a way out of her lonely prison. But her past traps her...and the trees still know her haunting secret.
The Perfect Gift by Nicole Blanchard:
Sera would rather be committed to the naughty list for life than admit her contribution to her failing marriage. But when faced with losing her husband, Sera finds she’s willing to sacrifice anything to fix her mistakes and find her husband the perfect gift…even if doing so will cost more than she bargained for.
Until the Twelfth Night by Cherie Chulick:
Still recovering from the tragic death of her husband, Lady Elizabeth Darling has fled to a manor house in which strange sightings seem to confirm the house is haunted. With age old traditions underway and a diverse guest list including the handsome and outspoken Captain Wolfe on the premises, can Lady Elizabeth heal her heart and find love before it’s too late?
Here's my cover:
Nantucket is the home of hedge fund titans, old money and hidebound tradition. Habits are comfortable, and the habits of the rich are very comfortable. Into Cabot Saltonstall's sedate world blows Dakota Bishop, possessor of a wild spirit and a magical love charm. Cabot's blue-blood family history includes an ancestor who resigned from the Salem Witch trials, because he refused to believe in witchcraft.
But Cabot is all too willing to be bewitched.
Dakota can't stay still long enough for anyone to tie her down, nor is Cabot the right kind of guy for her. If only he'd have sex with her so she could get him out of her system. Why does he need to be so traditional with his emotions and plans for the future? Does she know enough of witchcraft to overcome the spell of the accidentally cast love charm?