Cover Love: nature niche

Hello, reader friends! Let’s have a little cover love nature fun and a giveaway! Finding Evergreen by Jennifer Rodewald releases next week and that inspired me to round up some of my favorite covers inspired by nature!

Cover Love: nature niche featuring the Grace Revealed series by Jennifer Rodewald #giveaway on Faithfully Bookish

These are books I have featured on the blog so y’all can get the scoop on these stories by clicking the covers below to hop over to the review post for more about these creative stories!


The Promise of Rayne
by Nicole Deese

The Promise of Rayne by Nicole Deese

Okay, this title and cover are just SO clever! Rayne is the female lead in the story which also involves wildfires. ???????? See what she did there?! 


A Moonbow Night
by Laura Frantz

A Moonbow Night by Laura Frantz

Tempe is drawn to the Cumberland Falls, especially when a moonbow appears, and who wouldn’t be?! ???????? Readers are sure to get their nature fix while tramping through the Kentucke wilderness! 


Peace in the Valley
by Ruth Logan Herne

Peace in the Valley by Ruth Logan Herne

While this entire series is fabulous, this final book wins the prize for displaying nature’s glory and a gold star for the clever title, too!

Creek Country Saga series
by April W. Gardner

The Red Feather by April Gardner The Sacred Writings by April W. Gardner The Ebony Cloak by April W. Gardner
Bitter Eyes No More by April W. Gardner Love the War Woman by April W. Gardner

The moon plays a major role in Muscogee culture and it adds beauty and drama to these covers! Just look at that lunar eclipse!!!


Magnolia Storms
by Janet W. Ferguson

  Magnolia Storms by Janet W. Ferguson

 Although the coast appears calm on the surface, there’s a hurricane brewing out in the Gulf! Add the charm of characters named after flowers and this book is a natural choice.


The Road to Paradise
by Karen Barnett

The Road to Paradise by Karen Barnett

I’m thankful for the National Park Service and all they do to preserve Mount Rainier’s timeless beauty! 


Backroads series
by Christina Coryell

    Written in the Stars by Christina Coryell Written in the Dust by Christina Coryell

Seems to me, country folks have a pretty intimate relationship with nature by default. We have a better view of the night sky and are well acquainted with dirt roads! 


Catching the Wind
by Melanie Dobson

Catching the Wind by Melanie Dobson

The breeze, the field, the magnolia petals.. this cover perfectly suits the mood of this split-timeline adventure! 


Many Sparrows
by Lori Benton

 Many Sparrows by Lori Benton

I want to enlarge this cover and hang it on my wall! The river, the canoe, the AUTUMN!


On Wings of an Avalanche
by C.D. Gill

On Wings of an Avalanche by C.D. Gill 

This is a story of breathtaking extremes! Look closely at the cover and you’ll see what I mean. 


Grace Revealed series
by Jennifer Rodewald

Blue Columbine by Jennifer Rodewald Red Rose Bouquet by Jennifer Rodewald Finding Evergreen by Jennifer Rodewald

I am currently reading these stories for a series review! Aren’t the covers simply stunning?!  


Finding Evergreen
by Jennifer Rodewald

Finding Evergreen by Jennifer RodewaldHe thought he’d found the thrill of his life; she, the romance she’d hadn’t dared to hope for. Falling in love had been easy. Being married? Totally different story.

Married within a year of meeting, Ethan and Brandi add a foster daughter to their newly established family. Their story is enchanting—inspiring. Except when the fairytale fails. The stresses of unmet expectations and wounds from their pasts knife into their marriage, severing what they believed would be forever.

Hope for a broken marriage. Healing for their wounded spirits. It would take both to find evergreen. Are they brave enough to try?

goodreads | amazon



Jennifer Rodewald has generously provided Kindle ebooks of the entire Grace Revealed series for one fortunate Faithfully Bookish reader!

Grace Revealed series by Jennifer Rodewald #giveaway on Faithfully Bookish

complete giveaway rules

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Which one of the cover love nature titles from the post do you like best?
What is your favorite natural element used above?

30 thoughts on “Cover Love: nature niche

  1. I really like the Finding Evergreen cover. Trees and hills feel very soothing. Can’t wait to read this series!

  2. I have all of Jennifer’s books (or at least pre-ordered) so I won’t enter the contest, but I loved this post, being a cover lover myself, the theme was so clever. I’ll admit to never having heard of a “moonbow” before reading Laura Frantz’s book, so that might be my favorite.

  3. I like the Red Rose Bouquet cover the best because her hair isn’t perfect and you can really feel the tension there.

  4. I like the Peace in the Valley. It does look peaceful! I also like Catching the Wind . You can feel the breeze rufgling the little girl’s hair and dress!

  5. I love the cover of A Moonbow Night by Laura Frantz. The artwork is beautiful and the woman on the cover looks like she glows from within. Gorgeous cover. Who wouldn’t be drawn in?

  6. I like the cover of the book, “The Road to Paradise”. It evokes a feeling of getting away from it all.
    Janet E.

    1. You are in the right place, reader friend! If you refer a more light hearted read, Jennifer’s novella The Cupcake Dilemma is a delightful romantic comedy.

  7. I love Jen’s new cover, and the story is wonderful! Thank you for including Magnolia Storms! Super exciting!!

  8. My favorite cover is Catching the Wind. I love the field, the open sky and how the wind blows the flower petals, her dress and her hair. I love the combination of wide open spaces, nature and solidarity; it reminds me of how much I enjoy spending time with God in nature, just being with Him and admiring His handiwork. Great post!

  9. May I choose 2 favorites? I love Many Sparrows and The Road to Paradise! They’re so unique. Thanks for the chance to win!

  10. I am especially drawn to A Moonbow Night. Cumberland Falls is one of my favorite places and this cover perfect captures the Falls during a full moon!

Share Your Thoughts