Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Coming Soon to a Library Near You


Coming Soon to a Library Near You is a weekly feature inspired by Jill at Breaking the Spine that looks at upcoming books.

This Week’s Book: Cross My Heart
Author: Sasha Gould
Release Date: March 2012
Summary:
Venice, 1585.

When 16-year-old Laura della Scala learns that her older sister, Beatrice, has drowned, she is given no time to grieve. Instead, Laura's father removes her from the convent where he forcibly sent her years earlier and orders her to marry Beatrice's fiancé, a repulsive old merchant named Vincenzo. Panicked, Laura betrays a powerful man to earn her way into the Segreta, a shadowy society of women who deal in only one currency—secrets. The Segreta seems like the answer to Laura's prayers. The day after she joins their ranks, Vincenzo is publicly humiliated and conveniently exiled. Soon, however, Laura begins to suspect that her sister's death was not a tragic accident but a cold-blooded murder—one that might involve the Segreta and the women she has come to trust.

Not only does this sound incredibly interesting, but that cover has got to be my favourite YA cover!!!

6 comments:

Jillian said...

Wow. Sounds like very Boleyn-girl-ish to me. And that cover IS pretty!

Barbara said...

Gorgeous cover! It does sound very good, a dangerous secret cult, murder, intrigue and what a setting. :) I hope you enjoy this one!

My WoW this week

Giselle said...

I've never hear of this one it sounds intriguing!

Giselle
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Rachael's Reads said...

Pretty, pretty cover! I had never heard of it, but it sounds nice. Interesting concept!

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Katie said...

Thanks ladies, I think I might buy it just for the cover!

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