12 Sep 2012
There’s a big cover reveal treat on the blog today, for the stupendous, the amazing, the OMG-so-exciting urban fantasy debut that is THE TROUBLE WITH FATE, book one of the Mystwalker series. This is publishing in January, and can’t wait! I think this cover is fresh, stylish and shows off this wonderful book beautifully. And when I revealed the cover to Leigh (Always such a nerve-wracking moment for us editors!) she was delighted (phew…) saying ‘My arm’s covered in goosebumps. It’s standout gorgeous — elegant and intriguing and just esthetically beautiful’ My deal announcement with cover blurb and some fabulous in-house praise is here too.
We’ve also had in a whole bunch of praise for the book and here’s what other authors have been saying about THE TROUBLE WITH FATE:
‘It’s rare to find a debut novel with a well-crafted world, a great story and dynamic characters, but this book has them all. I was grabbed early and hooked to the very end. I eagerly await the sequel!’
‘Her first time at bat, Leigh Evans has hit one out of the park. THE TROUBLE WITH FATE is the perfect mix of romance and action, with characters you can’t help but root for and a twist that had me squealing with surprise. Evans offers a brilliant new take on fairies, werewolves, and magic … I am officially addicted’
‘Leigh Evans’ brilliant debut, THE TROUBLE WITH FATE, has a likeable, light-fingered heroine with smarts, a tough sexy hero with troubles, and a glimpse into a fascinating fae world that will have you howling for the next book. I loved it’
‘I loved THE TROUBLE WITH FATE. So fun and fast-paced. Leigh Evans takes everything you think you know about urban fantasy and throws it out the window, creating a world that’s fresh, a heroine that’s enthralling, and a world that’s as complicated as it is engaging. I can’t wait for the next book’
‘What a delicious read! THE TROUBLE WITH FATE is chock full of fun twists and sexy diversions, one of them named Robson. Leigh Evans is definitely one to watch. Get this book. You will not be disappointed’