Thursday, November 20, 2008

Cover Art - As Shadows Fade by Colleen Gleason

Quite a spate of cover art the last few days. Here's the cover to the 5th and final book in the Gardella Vampire Chronicles coming March 03, 2009. Looks like a Regency style romance cover. This actually was released in late August but I missed it then. Vampire Wire clued me in.
Directly descended from the very first vampire hunter in the Gardella family, Victoria knows she must continue the lineage so humanity will have protectors against the undead.

While Sebastian Vioget appears to be both the perfect warrior and lover to ensure the Gardella Legacy, Victoria cannot forget Max Pesaro – the former slayer still haunted by the vampire queen Lilith's obsession with him.

But it is Lilith's obsession that may save all of humanity. Demons, enemies of both mortals and the undead, have found their way to earth. To defeat them, vampires and slayers must fight side by side. But Lilith wants Max in return for her cooperation ‐ a small price for the world, but too high a price for Victoria.

5 comments:

  1. Wait, so this cover is fairly new? It's been on her site since I started reviewing her novels, so I thought it had been out for awhile.

    I've finished all the novels so far....I don't want to wait until March for this to come. :)

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  2. I saw this cover a few months ago, and it is my favorite of this series. I hope Victoria picks Sebastian to be with and not the stick in the mud Max.

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  3. Hey Jackie. Nah its not new. I appended my post. I missed this first time around. It apparently came out end of August. Her series is great. Not a lot of urban fantasy/paranormal writers do historical settings. Must be because of all the research needed to do it right.

    KB maybe we have a contest/poll before spoilers come out and we know for sure.

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  4. I finally plan on reading these soon!

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  5. I am sure you will enjoy them Lady_tink. I wish more urban fantasy/paranormal writers would set their stories in historical periods. It really adds another dimension to the storytelling.

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