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Alpha Cover

Rachel Vincent just revealed the cover for Alpha--the sixth and final book in the wild ride that has been her werecat Shifters series. Personally, I think it's the best of the lot. Each cover has been fun in its way, but this one is just sort of awesome. Faythe looks in charge. Love the hair, love the tights, love the grip, love the fact that she's sitting in the chair! All kinds of subtext going on there. I've enjoyed this series from book one and I've loved watching Faythe grow and progress as a character. The fifth book, Shift, is sitting on top of my stack right now just waiting for me to crack it open and I'm so very glad Alpha will be coming out this fall so we won't have to wait too long for the concluding volume.

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  1. Oh wow! What a great cover I'm so excited I love Faythe. The Shifters series has had some great covers but I think this one might be my favorite I love the colors and her posture.

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  2. Caitlin, yep, I'm thinking it's the best as well. Hope it's the best book, too! :)

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  4. Hey Paul, thank you so much! I'm delighted. :)

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