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August 20, 2012 / Chersti Nieveen

Cover Reveal: CONJURE by Lea Nolan

CONJURE: Be careful what you search for…

Emma Guthrie expects this summer to be like any other in the South Carolina Lowcountry–hot and steamy with plenty of beach time alongside her best friend and secret crush, Cooper Beaumont, and Emma’s ever-present twin brother, Jack. But then a mysterious eighteenth-century message in a bottle surfaces, revealing a hidden pirate bounty. Lured by the adventure, the trio discovers the treasure and unwittingly unleashes an ancient Gullah curse that attacks Jack with the wicked flesh-eating Creep and promises to steal Cooper’s soul on his approaching sixteenth birthday.

When a strange girl appears, bent on revenge; demon dogs become a threat; and Jack turns into a walking skeleton; Emma has no choice but to learn hoodoo magic to undo the hex, all before summer—and her friends–are lost forever.

Lea’s website: http://www.leanolan.com/

So what do you think of the cover?

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2 Comments

  1. tiffany / Aug 30 2012 7:13 pm

    so, I probably wouldn’t read the book, but the cover is awesome. 😉 how goes your writing?

  2. Free library / Apr 23 2013 4:30 am

    This debut novel by Lea Nolan is a fun read for people who enjoy paranormal teen books. Terrific characters, a well-described setting keep readers entertained as the fast-paced story continues. Emma may question
    herself quite a bit as she begins to learn the “hoo-doo” craft and practices white magick with her teacher, but it doesn’t distract from the dangers that her twin brother faces – no spoiler here. As the blurb for the book says,she must rescue him from the flesh-eating disease that spells his doom. The danger escalates when she discovers Cooper may lose his soul. Emma has a lot to do in this novel and she’s a wonderful heroine that keeps the reader rooting for her. She’s smart, strong and never gives up. She faces physical and emotional danger with few qualms – which may be a bit off-putting for some readers like me who are accustomed to heroines who make serious mistakes as they learn to deal with the things that life throws at them.

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