Today I am so pleased to be showing you the brand new cover for Olivia Widenstein’s Feather. I don’t tend to look forward to books coming out so far in the future, but when I read the synopsis of this story, I was pretty much in love. It’s fair to say that this book is most definitely on my to-be-read list.
Before we get to see the amazing cover, below is the wonderful synopsis for the story.
title ♡ feather
author ♡ olivia wildenstein
genre ♡ new adult; paranormal; romance
pages ♡ to be confirmed
publisher ♡ to be confirmed
series ♡ none
release date ♡ january 16, 2020
It was supposed to be a quick mission. The only thing quick about it was how rapidly I failed.
With only a month left to earn her missing feathers, nineteen-year-old Leigh embarks on a trip to Paris to meet her newest project, twenty-five-year-old Jarod Adler, leader of the Parisian Mafia and the worst kind of sinner . . . a Triple.
If Leigh can get Jarod to accomplish a single act of kindness, she stands to win 100 feathers, more than enough to complete her wings and ascend to Elysium, the land of angels.
What she doesn’t count on is Jarod’s dark charm costing her feathers.
She’s dead set on saving him, and he’s dead set on destroying her.
Until he realizes destroying her wings is also destroying her heart.
A heart he longs to hear beat only for him.
Without further ado, I present to you the book cover for Feather. I love, love, love the simplicity and the decorative style of the story. There’s so much going on, but still the book gives away little. It’s a fine example of the impact great typography can make!
I’ve added this book to my to-be-read, and you can too! Simply click the cover to be taken to the affiliate goodreads page.
So you want to know more about the author? Well, here you go!
USA TODAY bestselling author Olivia Wildenstein grew up in New York City, the daughter of a French father with a great sense of humor, and a Swedish mother whom she speaks to at least three times a day. She chose Brown University to complete her undergraduate studies and earned a bachelor’s in comparative literature. After designing jewelry for a few years, Wildenstein traded in her tools for a laptop computer and a very comfortable chair. This line of work made more sense, considering her college degree.
When she’s not writing, she’s psychoanalyzing everyone she meets (Yes. Everyone), eavesdropping on conversations to gather material for her next book, baking up a storm (that she actually eats), going to the gym (because she eats), and attempting not to be late at her children’s school (like she is 4 out of 5 mornings, on good weeks).