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Wednesday, March 14, 2018

The Glass Butterfly Cover Reveal + Giveaway!

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Welcome to the cover reveal for The Glass Butterfly, book 3 in the Haunted Hearts Legacy series! If you haven't yet seen the beautiful cover by Nathalia Suellen, here's a sneak peek. 



To see the whole image and read an exclusive excerpt from the book, follow this link. 

And here's the book description:
 For a decade, twenty-seven-year-old Felicity Lonsdale has masqueraded as a dowager almost twice her age—selling caterpillars to butterfly consortiums—enabling her to hide her courtesan past while raising her late brother’s daughters. Together, the three live on an isolated Irish estate bequeathed by a dying earl. When the earl’s estranged son arrives to claim his inheritance by threatening to expose Felicity’s true identity, she longs to pack up her nieces and run. But a ghostly secret within the castle’s turret holds her captive. 

Nick Thornton—a Roma viscount’s heir—is also captive. After a tryst with an investor’s wife nearly destroyed his family’s holiday resort, Nick forsook everything to elope with her. However, a tragic mistake at his hand led to her and his baby’s deaths. Refusing to turn to the family he shamed, Nick travels to seek the countess who once co-wrote a romance with his sister. There’s rumor of a special butterfly in her keep—a transparent-winged species with ties to the afterlife. Nick hopes to contact his dead wife and child, convinced only their forgiveness can free him. 

Upon his arrival to Felicity’s estate, Nick offers to help her defeat the earl’s son, on the condition she allow Nick to investigate her glass butterflies. Felicity agrees, though fears the closer he gets to the ghosts of his past, the closer he’ll come to uncovering her own. As Nick spends time with Felicity and her nieces, he realizes the mystery enshrouding this fragile countess and her castle is more intriguing than the ghosts he originally came to find. And perhaps putting his dead to rest and helping her do the same will be his true path to redemption. 

Now onto the international giveaway for a chance at these pretty prizes!




  • Signed 3-book Haunted Hearts Legacy set
  • Hand-painted Vintage Butterfly Wooden Case
  • 6 Vintage Glass Magnets: journal page, butterfy, birdcage
  • Set of 5 Vintage Herbarium Diaries
  • Aspen Leaf Copper-dipped Ornament: carousel horse

The Glass Butterfly is due to launch August 15, 2018! I'll have more reveals and giveaways along the way, but until then, be sure to enter the rafflecopter below for your chance to win one of these five prizes, and thanks for partaking in the cover reveal festivities!


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62 comments:

  1. Haunted Hearts Legacy series didn't arrive in Italy... So thanks for this giveaway! <3<3

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    1. I'm so sorry it didn't make it there! But maybe you'll get lucky and win the book set! *fingers crossed for you* :)

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  2. I haven't gotten into this series yet (I am currently reading Roseblood though) but I am super excited to start !!

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    1. I hope you enjoy RoseBlood! And can't wait for you to start the Haunted Hearts Legacy. They're very atmospheric and romantic reads. :)

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  3. I love The Phantom of the Opera. And I really hope that this series will arrive here in Brazil xoxo

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    1. That's one of my faves, too. :) And I hope maybe one day it will! *fingers crossed*

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  4. I can't wait for another book from you you're an amazing writer!!

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  5. My favorite Gothic novel is: Frankenstein by Mary Shelly

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  6. Hi Anita,

    My favorite Gothic novel is The Phantom of the Opera. I love your take on this hauntingly beautiful story in your novel Roseblood. I absolutely love all of your novels and always look forward to reading them all!!! :)

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    1. Aw, thank you! I'm so happy you liked RoseBlood. <3 And thanks for supporting my other books, too! Good luck in the giveaway!

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  7. So excited for this!!! :) So many great options for gothic/ghostly novels... aside from yours, I love Brenna Yovanoff's The Space Between and The Replacement. I also love Kendare Blake's Anna Dressed in Blood. Maggie Stiefvater's The Raven Cycle.

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    1. Thanks Brandy! OMG, I've read both of those Yovanoff books and loved them, too. She's a beautiful writer! I haven't read the others, but they're all on my TBR tower. Haha

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  8. Even though I haven't read it in awhile, I think Jane Eyre is my favorite Gothic read.

    Thank you for this wonderful giveaway!

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    1. I LOVE Jane Eyre. Her voice, as the POV, was enthralling. You're welcome, and good luck!

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  9. My favourite gothic novel has to be the picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wild

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  10. I haven’t read any gothic novels yet but the closest I’ve come to that is Roseblood. So yeah I would say Roseblood is my favorite!

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    1. Haha. Well, I like that answer! ;) If you liked RoseBlood, then you'll like this series, too. Maybe you'll get lucky and win the set. Good luck!

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  11. My Favorite is THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA ♥️♥️

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  12. I have to say one of my first favorite Gothic novels would have been The Phantom of the Opera, I remember being obsessed with it when I was much younger and would listen to the soundtrack on repeat in my cassette player. Think I eventually wore out my tapes because between watching the VHS and listening to my music, they couldn't handle it. Whoops. I'm so excited to see the continuation of this series!

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    1. Thank you! Can't wait for you to read Nick's story. :) And since you love PoTO, have you ever read Phantom by Susan Kay? I think it would be right up your alley! :)

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  13. I absolutely adore the cover!!! Rebecca is my favorite :D

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    1. Great choice! I love that one, second only to Jane Eyre. ;)

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  14. I think my favorite gothic novels are: the violin by Anne Rice and the Portrait of Dorian Gray ♥️ the cover
    It is really beautiful!

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    1. Absolutely ANYTHING by Anne Rice. Love her beautiful voice. I have yet to read Dorian Gray, but it's on my TBR. :) Glad you like that cover!

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  15. Love the cover! I love this series. Can’t wait!

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    1. Thank you! Can't wait to share Nick's story! :)

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  16. Ack! I SO need to read this series!!! I've read all your other books, though, and loved them! ALL THE PRETTY COVERS, THO. <3 <3 <3

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    1. Haha. Thank you! Yep, I've been blessed by the cover gods, indeed. :)

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  17. I loved Roseblood!! It's one of the few gothic novela I like! Also Grace Draven's books are good!
    Amazing cover and thank you for the giveaway!!

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    1. Thank you! So happy you liked RoseBlood! I need to check out Grace Draven's books. Thanks for the rec!

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  18. My favorite Gothic novel would have to be RoseBlood. I loved that book so much.

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    1. Aw, thank you Alyssa! I'm so happy that book resonated with you. :) Good luck in the giveaway!

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  19. Frankenstein by Mary Shelley and Dracula by Bram Stoker.
    I adore your cover!!!

    Raffle name: Artemis Giote

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  20. Yay! I can’t wait to add this to my collection! You have the best covers for your books, and the stories are all so good. ^_^

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  21. Gorgeous cover!! And my fave classic Gothic novel is probably The Phantom of the Opera!

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  22. I still can't believe how utterly gorgeous the cover is! My favorite gotic novel is The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde. :)

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  23. Can't wait to read this! Every single one of your book covers are stunning. :)

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  24. I always enjoyed Mary Stewart's Gothic reads.

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  25. The Woman in Black by Susan Hill. Honestly, it's so scary.

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  27. I will forever love the book The Deepest Cut by J.A. Templeton. It was the first supernatural story I ever read and it made me fall in love with the genre.

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  28. Phantom of the Opera, and lots of Edgar Allan Poe! As for ghostly, I do enjoy the classic A Christmas Carol. Gorgeous cover!!!

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  29. I love this cover!!!!

    My favourite Gothic/ Ghostly book is probably Keeper by Kim Chance. Or Hereafter by Tara Hudson.

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  30. A Tell Tale Heart for sure! The suspense and grisly themes are everything <3

    So excited for the next book to arrive!! It's sure to be brilliant :D

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  31. My favourite gostly novel would probably be Phantom of the Opera. Because of my musician heart I liked more musical, or only songs, but book is awesome too! I actually don't read this type os prose that much and I would love to read these series form you! :D

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  32. My fav ghost story is a Henry Miller's story. Don't know how to say it in english, but in Spanish "Otra vuelta de tuerca"

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  33. My favorite Gothic stories are those written by Edgar Allan Poe. I can't really pick just one off hand though I guess "The Raven" has always been one of my favorites to read aloud.

    Very excited for your next book in this series. Thanks so much!

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  34. My favorite Gothic story is "The Forgotten Garden" by Kate Morton!!!

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  35. One of my favorites is Northanger Abbey by Jane Austen.

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  36. My favourite would definitely be The Phantom of the Opera. Back when I was still taking voice leasons, I was taught to sing Christine’s parts and I had trouble especially with emulating. I watched the musical and movie and ... read the book. I might not have mastered it in a technical level, but I managed to understood her better. The book is very different from the other mediums with its own appeal to me, but in many ways I think it is the more superior one.

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  37. My favorite gothic story is probably Jane Eyre!

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  38. I missed the Roseblood giveaway, so I'm so happy to be able to join this one! I can't wait to read the books <3

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  39. The cover is so beautiful! My fav ghostly story is In the Shadow of Blackbirds by Cat Winters!

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  40. I have love for so many different books and it's so hard to be choosing just one but I think the good ole' clasic of 'A Christmas Carol'

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  41. Uhm... The Architect of Song? And Phantom of the Opera ♥
    OMG this cover is so beautiful! Can't stop staring at it! Aaaah I'm dying to read this book! ♥♥♥

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  42. I love the Anna Dressed in Blood duology! It was just the right amount of creep and exciting XD

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  43. I loved Anna Dressed in Blood. This has made me realize, as a ghost lover, that I have not read all that many books with ghosts in them. Gosh, this book and The Architect of Song are all I can think of right now. 💜

    Thanks for the stellar giveaway! 🙌

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