Published by William Morrow Genres: Paranormal Romance
Autumn Rose (The Dark Heroine #2)
By Abigail Gibbs
Expected Publication January 28th, 2014
William Morrow Paperbacks / HarperCollins
About the Book:
In book two of her breathtakingly magical series, Abigail Gibbs draws us even further into the dangerous and romantic world of the Dark Heroines.
Autumn Rose lives in a sleepy seaside town in the southwest of England, but buried deep under the surface of her quiet life are dark secrets. Her grandmother is dead, murdered eighteen months before, and the whirling social scene of London in which she was brought up is a world away. Even worse, at her new school she is shunned and condemned-all because of the swirling marks on her skin that prevent her from blending in the crowd.
But the appearance of a handsome young man at her school-who has the same curious markings as Autumn Rose-sends her world into turmoil. Suddenly the marks are cool and Autumn is thrust into the limelight, but her sudden popularity brings danger as her secrets threaten to come to light. Plus, there is the fact that Autumn keeps dreaming of a human girl who is about to be seduced by a very dark Prince… and Autumn must figure out how to save her before it is too late.
I like the Dark Heroine covers because they don’t look like every other cover out there but they still pull me in. As if you couldn’t tell, I’m a pretty big fan of dripping blood. I have no clue why, I guess I’m just morbid that way.
I haven’t read Dinner with a Vampire yet but it’s been on my TBR since last year and this cover reveal reminded me of that. I just bought it yesterday and I hope to read it next – right in line with the Halloween season (booowoohahahaha).
About the Author:
Abigail Gibbs was born and raised in deepest, darkest Devon, England. She is studying for a B.A. in English at the University of Oxford and considers herself a professional student, as the real world has yet to catch up with her. Her greatest fear is blood and she is a great advocate of vegetarianism, which logically led to the writing of her first novel, Dinner with a Vampire. She splits her time between her studies, stories, and family, and uses coffee to survive all three.