Wednesday, March 6, 2013

Cover Reveal: A Tale of Two Centuries by Rachel Harris

I could not be more excited to share with you the cover for A Tale of Two Centuries by Rachel Harris. She is a fantastic writer and a fabulous person!! I loved My Super Sweet Sixteenth Century and can't wait for this one!!


Alessandra D’Angeli is in need of an adventure. Tired of her sixteenth-century life in Italy and homesick for her time-traveling cousin, Cat, who visited her for a magical week and dazzled her with tales of the future, Alessandra is lost. Until the stars hear her plea.

One mystical spell later, Alessandra appears on Cat’s Beverly Hills doorstep five hundred years in the future. Surrounded by confusing gadgets, scary transportation, and scandalous clothing, Less is hesitant to live the life of a twenty-first century teen…until she meets the infuriating—and infuriatingly handsome—surfer Austin Michaels. Austin challenges everything she believes in…and introduces her to a world filled with possibility.

With the clock ticking, Less knows she must live every moment of her modern life while she still can. But how will she return to the drab life of her past when the future is what holds everything she’s come to love?
  • Publisher: Entangled Teen 
  • Expected Publish Date: August 6th 2013
I have to say, I totally love this!!! It's so pretty and I love the vines and how you can see the city in the background. I also have a fabulous excerpt for you too, and a giveaway which will be on all the cover reveal stops.


 “That’s some sexy accent you have there.” Austin says in a hushed voice—but not that hushed. A few people around us snicker at my evident discomfort, which of course only serves to spur Austin on more. “Italian, right? Mmm. Say something else—how do you say blush in Italian?”
When I ignore him, he says, “You sure do have that rosy glow going on. Normally I have to work harder to inspire something like that. Like what you see, Princess?”
“D-don’t call me that,” I stammer, blushing all the more from his brazen question and the swift resurgence of energy in my veins. “And I do not blush.”
That earns me a wink. “Sure you don’t.”
Austin looks to the front of the room and I follow his gaze. The teacher has her back turned, drawing what appears to be a map of sorts on the white board. My eyes flick to the large clock mounted on the wall. Class is nearly over, and I have managed to follow exactly nothing of the lecture.
Alas, my experience thus far as a modern day student has not been exemplary.
Though I do not wish Austin to know the effect he has on me, I cannot keep my eyes from snapping back. And when I do, I find him practically in my seat. His long torso is stretched across the aisle, and his face is ever so close to mine. Warm breath fans across my cheeks and I catch the scent of mint.
This must be what rage feels like.
Austin says, “It’s too bad that wasn’t a blush. I thought it was kinda hot.”
A shocked puff of air and saucer-like eyes are my only response—having learned from Cat’s list of words the double meaning of the word hot—and the left side of Austin’s mouth lifts in a smile of victory. He settles back in his own seat and reinserts his ear buds. The pen tapping begins again, only this time louder and with more force.
I raise my chin and stare straight ahead, vowing to keep my eyes from straying to the ill-mannered jerk beside me for the rest of class. I count the seconds in time with his taps.
I do believe I hate Austin Michaels.

About the author

As a teen, Rachel Harris threw raging parties that shook her parents’ walls and created embarrassing fodder for future YA novels. As an adult, she reads and writes obsessively, rehashes said embarrassing fodder, and dreams up characters who become her own grown up version of imaginary friends. When she's not typing furiously or flipping pages in an enthralling romance, you can find her homeschooling her two beautiful princesses, hanging out with her amazing husband, or taking a hot bubble bath…next to a pile of chocolate. A Tale of Two Centuries is her second novel.

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  1. Amy! OMG! I love that cover! So pretty and I love that they kept the same theme as the first book.
    I loved the first book, so I'm super excited for this next book.
    And that excerpt! Ughh! So much sexual tension. I can't wait to meet Austin Michaels! He sounds so charming from that excerpt!

    1. This cover is super pretty!! I really love it! I can't wait for August!!

  2. Ooh I like all the whispey doo's on the cover. Very pretty!

    1. Hehe, whispey doo's? You are too cute!! I do love those too though. It's so pretty. It gives it a flirty look I think.

  3. Wow, beautiful! So eye-catching. If I saw this on the shelf in the store I would definitely pick it up. Love it! :)

  4. Looks great! Thanks for sharing!

  5. OMG! I totally am so in love! AHHH! I absolutely LOVED My Sweet Sixteenth Century and A Tale of Two Centuries looks even cuter and that excerpt had me fangirling all over! AHHH!!

    Awesome post! :D DOOBLY DOO! (I stole that from John Green because I was watching all of his vlogs the other day and now it's like IMBRAINED IN MY MEMORY.)

  6. Amy, I love this cover!!! The font and the colors are so cute! I also love the leafy design. :)

  7. So cute! I Still want to read the firs book! I'm always like 100 books behind on what I want to read!

  8. Oh my, this is so SO pretty!! If I ever get back into my old contemporary kick I'll definitely keep this one in mind! Thanks for sharing girl :)

    PS - I added your button to my new blogroll ♥

  9. Cute! This is going to look great next to My Super Sweet Sixteenth Century ;)

  10. Pretty!!!! I love this cover tons more than the first one..


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