25 Days of Blogging – Day #10


Banner-25DaysAnother day of blogging! It’s day 10! Today I have a cover reveal for you guys!

 25 Days of Blogging – Day #10

Cover Reveal

Release by Nicole Hadaway – Publication date: January 4th, 2013 / Visionary Press Cooperative

get-attachment.aspx“The ends justify the means”…

For vampire Miranda Dandridge, using her supernatural abilities to rescue children from impossible circumstances is her means to be a part of the human world that she loves so much, despite the atrocities of WWII.

For doctor Ben Gongliewski, saving his fellow Jews from the horrific death camps is an end for which he risks his own life every day, hiding his Jewish heritage while feigning loyalty the SS.

Neither Miranda nor Ben expects to find love in World War II Europe, but that is exactly what happens as they work for the Resistance. When the war draws to a close, it seems like the vampire and the doctor are free to start a future together. But just how far the Nazis will go to further their own evil ends?

Desperate times make for ruthless men as loves and lives are threatened, but, Miranda and Ben know that their world cannot go to hell, not by any means…

Cover designed by Phatpuppy Art


Nicole Hadaway:

As a lawyer, Nicole Hadaway knows all about bloodsuckers and deals with the devil.  She currently lives in Texas where she pens such tales involving the supernatural, featuring her heroine, the vampire Miranda Dandridge.

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  1. I really like the plot synopsis for Release. There seems to be such an abundance of vampire novels being released within the past few years; so many that the plots all begin to run together after a while, but placing this story in World War II-era Europe is a really smart decision on Nicole Hadaway’s part, in my opinion. She could have just as easily written it in a modern or futuristic setting, but writing it with World War II in mind definitely adds a rather unique element to the story.

    As for the cover, I’m a bit biased considering I generally dislike real-life models being featured on covers (especially when the designer’s gone a bit Photoshop-happy on the models), but I can’t say the cover really matches my expectations of the book. It’s certainly not an awful cover by any means, but when I read the synopsis, I was expecting something with a little more 1940s Europe period inspiration in mind. Not the typical “sexy vampire” model with a randomly placed swastika to represent the plot. Again, it’s not necessarily a bad cover. I just think it’s a missed opportunity for something a little more graphically spectacular.

    At any rate, I’m certainly interested in checking out the book when it’s finally… released, horrible pun not intended.

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