Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Cover Reveal: The Unnaturals by Jessica Meigs

Hey guys!! I have a fab cover reveal for all of you today thanks to BB Book Tours. This is for The Unnaturals by Jessica Meigs. First I will give you the info on the book, and then the cover.

Book Description

Riley Walker is one of the world's best covert operatives, employed by a top-secret sector of the U.S. government known only as the Agency. Highly skilled and lethal in a fight, Riley is fiercely independent and adamant that she work alone after the mysterious death of her partner in an assignment gone wrong.
All that changes when she's thrust onto a new assignment investigating the deaths of twenty-seven Agency operatives. Forced to work with twelve-year Agency veteran Scott Hunter--a stickler for following orders and a loner by nature--Riley doesn’t get a chance to protest before she and her new partner are passed to a sector of the Agency that they never knew existed. As they investigate the murders, Riley and Scott learn that there’s more to the Agency than they ever suspected.
They discover the existence of monsters right out of their wildest dreams.

Expected Publish Date: October 1st, 2012

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This sounds pretty awesome!! I love crime thrillers especially when there is a paranormal element added to it. I really like the cover too. The font is awesome!!

About the author:
Jessica Meigs is the author of The Becoming, a post-apocalyptic thriller series that follows a group of people trying to survive a massive viral outbreak in the southeastern United States. After gaining notoriety for having written the series on a variety of BlackBerry devices, she self-published two novellas that now make up the first book of the series. In April 2011, she accepted a three-book deal with Permuted Press to publish a trilogy of novels. The first of the trilogy, entitled The Becoming, was released in November 2011 on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Audible in paperback, eBook, and audiobook formats. It was also named one of Barnes & Noble's Best Zombie Fiction Releases of 2011 and Best Apocalyptic Fiction Releases of 2011 by reviewer Paul Goat Allen. In March 2012, she released a related novella entitled The Becoming: Brothers in Arms. The second novel in the series, The Becoming: Ground Zero, is coming in July 2012 from Permuted Press, with a third novel, The Becoming: Revelations, to follow. A fourth and fifth book are currently in the process of being written.



  1. I like this cover. It's interesting and makes me wonder about the book.


    1. It is a cool cover. It sounds like an interesting book.

  2. Thanks for sharing! The guy is cute. LOL

  3. This is a neat cover, definitely dramatic. Thanks for sharing!

  4. Sounds like a butt-kicking heroine! And I love crime thrillers, too. :) Thanks for the sneak peek!

    Wendy @ The Midnight Garden

  5. Ooooh COOL cover! I hadn't heard of this but the premise sounds really good.. I also love a good crime thriller!

  6. Ahh this is the perfect cover to a crime thriller :) I've seen this cover popping up all over the place and this definitely looks really intriguing :) Awesome post Amy!

  7. THAT IS ONE SWEEEET ASSS COVER!!!! :D Thriller huh? I'm so definitely going to read this one! Thanks for sharing Amy!


  8. Ooh, what a badass cover! I love the photography.
    - Lauren

  9. I like it! The girl looks like a kickass heroine.

  10. That's definitely a cool cover. Thanks for sharing!

  11. This looks really great! I sincerely love secret agent/government type books! I love the cover too, it has an old timey yet modern feel to it. I love the effects on it!

    Thanks for sharing Amy! You've definitely gotten me excited for this one! =)


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