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Chain Reaction Cover

I just . . . I just love her covers and that's all there is to it. Chain Reaction is the third and final book in Simone Elkeles' Perfect Chemisty trilogy and will feature Luis--the youngest Fuentes brother. Given my enjoyment of the first two, I'll definitely be picking this one up when it comes out on May 24th. I'm thinking I kind of need to have the full set on my shelves.

See how pretty they'll be?
Thanks to my buddy Katy over at Vision Quest Fail for the heads up on this one!

Comments

  1. Another lovely cover! Simone Elkeles has been lucky with all three books. They look good together.

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  2. That's a pretty hot cover!

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  3. For a man yes, that would set off a chain reaction!!

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  4. Oh wow. That's pretty dang hot.

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  5. Whoa baby! That's better than some adult romance covers!

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  6. I love all three covers, haven't read any of the books though.

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  7. But I want it now! May it tooo far away!

    Jamie
    http://jamielovesya.blogspot.com

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  8. That cover definitely made me stop and say "whoa" though I'm not sure if I love it or think less is more in some respects. Look at The Duff. Steamy story, but a classy cover. I read Perfect Chemistry and enjoyed it for the most part, but that epilogue kind of killed it for me and I heard Rules of Attraction had something similar.

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  9. Simone Elkeles and the design artist of these covers are amazing. I can't wait for Chain Reaction!

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