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I'd say this is a contemporary single title romance, and by that gorgeous chest and hot red tones, I'm guessing this is a sexy, hero-driven story. The contrasts are very dramatic. I like everything about this cover and yes, it makes me want to read the book!
Oh My!!!!! Simply gorgeous! Hero is a hunk, wearing a bluejean. Does the story takes place on a lake? Single title. I want to read that book.
Oh, yeah. This says sexy, contemorary, single title, all right. :) With a different title, it could even suggest romantic suspense. Actually, my initial reaction was that it looks a bit like a magazine cover, possibly because the hero is on the right and the copy is on the left. I think we're more used to seeing the reverse with book covers. It's kind of refreshing!
I guess it isn't only the women who don't need faces. Yeah, attractive cover. I'm not its target audience but I suspect it would appeal to that audience.
That torso speaks for itself! I would guess contemporary single title, as well.It's a good one, I'd say1Karin ShahBLOOD AND KISSES Available now!www.soulmate.publishing.comhttp://KarinShah.wordpress.com
Nice cover! I love the hot tropical oranges.
Great cover! I'd say single title and I'd buy the book on the cover. Great contrasts of light and dark.
I would guess that this is a contemporary romance.The artwork is fine but I'm not a fan of all the small type on the cover. The small text on a printed cover works fine, but on a small Amazon thumbnail it almost impossible to read. I would say remove the small text for the ebook and us it in the description.
Love the cover. The only thing I'm not in love with is the typeface and spacing of the title itself. It's kind of boring.I also (weird artist thing here) would have warmed up the color of the light falling on his shoulder and pants; it's a cool silvery color and makes him look detached from the fiery sunset behind him.
I'm not usually a fan of cut-off faces on covers even though they are great marketing tools and allow the reader's imagination to soar *ducks for cover* But it really works, here. As does the open shirt *fans herself*. I like the contrast of the deep blue/black of the man's clothing, and the red tones of the sunset. Not too keen on the orangey tone toward the top, though. But that's just me. I'm not a huge fan of orange as a color.