Judge a Book by Its Cover: Coastal Edition

Should you judge something solely by its appearance? Definitely not, but today we’re looking ahead to summer and showcasing covers on a coastal theme for books that are as amazing on the inside as they are on the outside.

Marked for Revenge by Emelie Schepp

The second book in the thrilling Nordic Noir trilogy, Marked for Revenge follows the brilliant Jana Berzelius as she delves into the international drug trade and child trafficking, which may be connected to her own past.

The Night Mark by Tiffany Reisz

Faye Barlowe, mourning for her husband, takes a job photographing the coast of South Carolina. There, she falls in love with the beautiful Bride Island lighthouse. Drawn to the lighthouse for reasons she can’t explain, one night Faye is swept away by the tides, waking up in 1921 to meet an ancestor of her deceased husband.

Find Me by J.S. Monroe

When Jar sees his ex-girlfriend Rosa, who supposedly committed suicide five years ago, he begins to dig into the dark underworld of the internet in search of his lost love.

The Twilight Wife
by A.J. Banner

Suffering from memory loss after a diving accident, marine biologist Kyra Winthrop lives on a small island with her husband, Jacob. When memories of Kyra’s life before the accident begin to flash through her mind, these visions go against everything she thought she knew about her life.

Come Away with Me
by Karma Brown

Tegan Lawson’s dreams are all coming true. She has the perfect husband, Gabe, and a baby on the way. Then, in a few seconds, a devastating accident changes her life forever. Consumed by grief and anger, Gabe and Tegen embark on a journey in search of forgiveness that takes them to Thailand, Italy and Hawaii. But they soon learn that grief follows you no matter how far you run, and acceptance comes when you least expect it.

The Last Summer at Chelsea Beach
by Pam Jenoff

In the summer of 1941, Adelia Monteforte leaves fascist Italy for America and a home at Chelsea Beach with her aunt and uncle. There, she falls in love with Charlie Connally, the Irish Catholic boy next door. But even crossing oceans, Adelia can’t escape the war and the tragedy that comes with it.


 What’s a book cover that has the perfect atmosphere? Let us know in the comments below!


    Working on blogs, videos, and book trailers, Elissa is involved in many aspects of BookClubbish’s digital projects. When not blogging, you can find her reading (obviously!) or binge watching something on Netflix.

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