Covers are an essential element of romance novels. They serve as the first impression for potential readers and can significantly impact sales. A well-designed cover can attract a reader’s attention, convey the genre and theme of the book, and create a sense of anticipation for what’s inside.
The historical romance covers featured in Sweet Savage Flame’s latest edition of Covers of the Week are no exception. With their eye-catching colors and intricate artwork, they are sure to captivate any romance fan looking for their next great read.
Here’s a new edition of our Covers of the Week. We’ve got some beautiful historical romance covers for you to look at.
For the week of April 19 to April 25, these are Sweet Savage Flame’s picks for stunning covers for our readers to gaze upon!
The Covers from Left to Right, Top to Bottom
- Paradise and More, Shirl Henke, Dorchester, 1991, Pino cover art
- The Secret Rose, Laura Parker, Warner, 1987, Robert McGinnis cover art
- Call Back the Dream, Barbara Hazard, Onyx, 1991, Elaine Duillo cover art
- The Rebel Rose, Joan Wolf, Signet, 1986, Pino cover art
What do you think of this week’s covers? Which of our picks do you like the best, if any? Have you read any of these romances?
Do you have any suggestions or requests for future Covers of the Week features that you’d like to see on Sweet Savage Flame? Let us know, and we’ll do our best to create a stunning gallery of romance cover art!
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