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Cover Love: darling doodles

Hello, reader friends! Let’s have a little illustrated cover love, darling doodles fun and a giveaway!
We’re revealing the cover of Wooing Cadie McCaffrey by Bethany Turner and celebrating illustrated covers!

Cover Love featuring illustrated covers on Faithfully Bookish + cover reveal + giveaway

These books are either featured on the blog, waiting patiently on my tbr shelf, or on my wishlist! Y’all can get the scoop on these stories by clicking the covers below to hop over to the post, Amazon, or goodreads for more about these sweet stories!

cover love: darling doodles on the blog

The Secret Life of Sarah Hollenbeck
by Bethany Turner

 The Secret Life of Sarah Hollenbeck by Bethany Turner

I believe this was the first illustrated cover (besides children’s books) to really catch my eye!

 

The Cupcake Dilemma
by Jennifer Rodewald

The Cupcake Dilemma by Jennifer Rodewald

This sweet novella is simply adorable inside and out!

 

Vintage National Parks collection
by Karen Barnett

The Road to Paradise by Karen Barnett Where the Fire Falls by Karen Barnett 

I just want to hang these on my walls! Look for the third book in June 2019.

 

The Heart Between Us
by Lindsay Harrel

The Heart Between Us by Lindsay Harrel

I love this color selection, even though I’m not wild about pink, this cover definitely works!

 

Then There Was You
by Kara Isaac

Then There Was You by Kara Isaac

Who can resist a sweet couple and iconic landmarks?

 

Jane of Austin
by Hillary Manton Lodge

Jane of Austin by Hillary Manton Lodge

This is such a clever design! I love the way the city’s colors highlight the simplicity of her dress.

 

all titles
by Katherine Reay

 
A Portrait of Emily Price by Katherine Reay The Austen Escape by Katherine Reay 

These are simply wonderful examples of shelf candy! New release May 2019.

 

Peacock Hill Romance & Hope Ranch series
by Elizabeth Maddrey

A Heart Restored by Elizabeth Maddrey A Heart Reclaimed by Elizabeth Maddrey

I love Peacock Hill and can’t wait to dive into the New Mexico sister series!

 

Bookishly Ever After & Literarily for Keeps
by Sarah Monzon

These covers are simply marvelous, completely charming, and delightfully whimsical.

 

on my tbr shelf or wishlist

Faithfully Bookish

 

cover reveal

Wooing Cadie McCaffrey
by Bethany Turner

When Cadie McCaffrey breaks up with her adorably oblivious boyfriend, he determines to win her back by pulling out every “foolproof” romantic comedy tactic he’s ever seen. What could go wrong?

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Wooing Cadie McCaffrey is scheduled to release in late May 2019.

 

giveaway

Bethany Turner has generously provided a print copy of Christy Awards finalist The Secret Life of Sarah Hollenbeck plus a $10 Amazon gift card for one fortunate Faithfully Bookish reader!

The Secret Life of Sarah Hollenbeck by Bethany Turner + $10 Amazon gift card giveaway on Faithfully Bookish

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Are y’all noticing an increase in illustrated covers? Are you a fan of this style shift?
Which of the illustrated cover love, darling doodles titles from the post are your personal favorites?

19 thoughts on “Cover Love: darling doodles”

  1. Love the Vintage National Parks collection covers because I’ve been to some of the places and dream of going to the others. Love the cover of The Heart Between Us because I loved that book. After reading the book, the cover just jumps at our with meaning. Love all the covers – so pretty! I do like this type of cover. It’s imaginative and makes you think more or at least I do.

    Can’t wait to read “Wooing Cadie McCaffrey” by Bethany Turner. Adorable cover and I can see where everything shown would be use to woo someone. On top of that pink always catches my eye. 🙂
    2clowns at arkansas dot net

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  2. I do enjoy the illustrated covers, especially All Things Bright and Strange. I like these covers because artists can show us more details that hint about the books and get me intrigued. And there are only so many covers I can take with women in dresses.

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  3. Definitely noticing an increasing in the illustrated covers and not complaining one bit, love them! My fave from this post are where the fire falls and bookishly ever after

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  4. I’m starting to see the illustrated covers more and more. I think it’s a nice change of pace for romances. Very adorable. And trust me, when you have to go traipsing through stock photos for a couple to use on the cover, this alternative grows even more appealing. Lol

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  5. I think the illustrated covers are a nice change, but I like a lot of different types of covers. Variety is the spice of life!

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  6. I love the illustrated covers. They immediately catch my attention and make me want to pick that book up and start reading.

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  7. I like some of the covers but others don’t give any idea of the story, which I find a very helpful aspect of a book cover. I do like the Karen Barnett ones.

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  8. I’ve certainly noticed the shift. I am a fan to a certain degree – I find a lot of them to be quite similar looking. The vintage national parks style and the What Blooms from Dust stuck out to me, though! I like those both a lot ?

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