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Sunday, December 22, 2013

Lusting for Covers (156): 'Twas the Night after Christmas by Sabrina Jeffries



Lusting for Covers is a weekly meme, held on Sunday, that allows bloggers to share their current cover obsession with fellow book lovers.

This meme is hosted by TBQ @ TBQ's Book Palace.



Today I decided to lust over Christmas and I also decided to do another comparison. Today's selection is Sabrina Jeffries's 'Twas the Night after Christmas.

All right this is the hardback edition of the book selected. Still a lovely cover. Now book details:

'Twas the Night After Christmas by Sabrina Jeffries
Publication Date: Pocket Books (October 30, 2012)
Series: Hellion of Halstead Hall, 6 
Genre: Historical, Regency

Book Blurb:

Pierce Waverly, the Earl of Devonmont, has been estranged from his mother for most of his life. When his mother’s new companion, Mrs. Camilla Stuart, writes to tell him that his mother is seriously ill, he goes home. But when he learns that the lovely widow tricked him in order to effect a holiday reconciliation, he refuses to stay—unless she meets his “terms.” Somewhere between trying to seduce the beautiful Camilla and struggling with the cruel memories of his childhood Christmases, Pierce discovers that not only does forgiveness go two ways, but that love can blossom even in the coldest of winters.

Ok, so you got to see the hard back. Now let's go with the paperback edition:


All the information is the same, but the publication date.

Publication Date: October 29, 2013

Purchase Links:


Why?
I love Christmas. I love stories about christmas. Plus, both these covers are pretty. I do like the paperback edition more, but there is nothing wrong with hardback edition. Anyway, this book is kind of part of Halstead Hellions, but it's more a transition book to her current series The Duke's Men. So, which cover do you love? I personally love both. And are you lusting for Christmas too?


2 comments:

  1. Oh, that paperback cover is so pretty -- I love her dress! But you are right; the hardback is lovely, too. Happy Holidays!

    Enjoy,
    TBQ

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  2. The paperback cover is definitely better !

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