You guys, I have legit had this Face Off sitting in draft since like early February. Clearly, it's time to share with the class.
I've had a copy of Elizabeth Eulberg's Take a Bow sitting on my shelves for some time now, and the fact that I haven't had time to work it in makes me kinda sad, because I know it will be quick, and I definitely enjoyed Eulberg's Prom & Prejudice. (I know, me and a Jane Austen retelling, who'dve guessed?) In February (hence the draft), the paperback was released with a revamped cover. I have to say, I think both are cute - and they give off totally different vibes - and while I think maybe the paperback will appeal to a wider audience, the soft glow of the hardcover is just so gorgeous in person.
But what do you guys think? Which would you reach for, and if you've read it, which one suits?
Which one did it better?
Last Week on FFO: The US hardcover and paperback looks for Brenna Yovanoff's fantastic The Space Between went head to head, and though it was closer than I thought it'd be, the gorgeous, scrollwork-laced, richly detailed original was the winner. But no matter the cover (or title, as it's called "Smoulder" in the UK), you should definitely pick this one up.