Who Eugenie can trust is the hardest part. Fairy king Dorian has his own agenda for aiding her search. And Kiyo, her shape-shifter ex-boyfriend, has every reason to betray her along the way. To control the Crown’s ever-consuming powers, Eugenie will have to confront an unimaginable temptation--one that will put her soul and the fate of two worlds in mortal peril…
The ending is crazy, you guys. We all know that the third book of a Richelle Mead series is the WTF? one, and Eugenie's no exception. That's all I'm saying.
For those waiting for descriptions of the next Georgina and VA books, they get posted when they're ready and I'm allowed to. At the moment, I have no info on either one, though there are some inaccurate descriptions floating around out there, fyi.
Meanwhile, in the rest of the world, we have some new covers. As always, I'm way behind in posting and know I'm missing a bunch. I tend to collect them for a while and then lose track of which I've posted.
Germany's been busy, starting with Spirit Bound:
Dark Swan #2, Thorn Queen:
And, it looks like the Germans are doing a new cover for Succubus Blues, just like the Americans. As a reminder, the original German SB cover is in my avatar today.
Our friends in France are going to get their first Eugenie experience soon. Here's the French Storm Born, which did a fab job on her eyes:
And lastly, the French turn up the heat on Succubus Heat:
That's all I have handy right now. Many thanks to those who send them. Don't take offense if you don't see them posted! I may have already done it a while ago or...well, like I said. I just forget.
Since Wednesday is list day, I'll close with what I know. Spirit Bound is still keeping VA on the New York Times Bestseller series list, hanging on at #5. No word on USA Today yet, but our friends from Down Under have weighed in: Spirit Bound's still got its #1 spot in Australia this week. Thanks, everyone!