Some artwork is just plain beautiful. Seriously. And “beautiful” was the first word that came to my mind when I saw the cover for Amber Argyle’s Stolen Enchantress.
Well, okay, so the first word that came to my mind was actually “Oh,” followed by “that’s so beautiful.” But I swear, “beautiful” was intended to be the first word.
Rather than try to explain what I mean, though, why don’t I just show you? Today’s post is a cover reveal, after all. So let’s get to the revealing.
See what I mean? I love the artwork on this cover, from the cut-out style to the leaf-shaped background.
About the book
Any girl who goes into the Forbidden Forest never comes out again. Except the one who did.
Larkin should have been watching her little sister. Should have paid more attention to the trees looming over her family’s fields. Now Sela is gone. Knowing full well the danger of the forest and its beast, Larkin goes after her anyway. With her sister clutched in her arms, she manages to escape, but not before discovering the truth lurking beneath the wicked boughs.
She may have evaded the beast once, but with the full force of his magic now fixated on her, she isn’t sure how much longer she can resist . . .
About the author
Bestselling author Amber Argyle writes young-adult fantasies where the main characters save the world (with varying degrees of success) and fall in love (with the enemy). Her award-winning books have been translated into numerous languages and praised by such authors as NYT bestsellers David Farland and Jennifer A. Nielsen.
Amber grew up on a cattle ranch and spent her formative years in the rodeo circuit and on the basketball court. She graduated cum laude from Utah State University with a degree in English and physical education, a husband, and a two-year- old. Since then, she and her husband have added two more children, which they are actively trying to transform from crazy small people into less-crazy larger people. She's fluent in all forms of sarcasm, loves hiking and traveling, and believes spiders should be relegated to horror novels where they belong.