Eyes of the Woods – Eden Fierce COVER REVEAL

We’re excited to share with you the cover for Debut Author Eden Fierce’s upcoming release, Eyes of the Woods! This cover is gorgeous! Let us know what you think!

Title: Eyes of the Woods

Author: Eden Fierce

Age Group: YA

Genre: Paranormal Romance

Cover Designer: Okay Creations, Sarah Hansen

Description:

Eris Helgren knew her life was about to end. A daughter of the Priory–a generations-old family who protected their territories from nightwalkers–Eris was strong and independent. But on her birthday, her father would announce her betrothal. A year later, she would be forced to marry.

What Eris didn’t know was that the very beings she hunted were watching her, and that being tamed wasn’t what would kill her after all.

In a land where the woods were forbidden and the laws meant life, Eris will have to make a decision that could bring peace between enemies, or war among friends.

Author Bio:

photo (65)Eden Fierce was born on August 25, 1999 and lives in Enid, Oklahoma with her parents and two siblings. Eyes of the Woods is her debut novel, although it’s only one of nine novels she has completed. Eden enjoys writing, reading, and high school cheer and volleyball.

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8 thoughts on “Eyes of the Woods – Eden Fierce COVER REVEAL”

  1. I… feel so weary about this. It sounds interesting, but the author is so young… I know young authors can be good, but I’ve rarely had an experience where that’s the case.

    1. I did the math twice in my head, she’s only two years older than my son! I am very intrigued by this notion and if the cover and description didn’t get me I think that would all on its own!

      1. Haha. I think I actually saw it as “holy crap, she’s younger than my baby sister!!” And then I recently read a book published by a 17 or 18 y.o. and it was just horrendous. It could have partially been the editor’s fault, but the book’s premise was ridiculous, so even though I know young minds are creative, I don’t necessarily believe that they’re polished enough in their skill to become published.

      2. Oh no that is unfortunate. I truly can’t picture someone my sons age having the sophistication required to craft something that I would find entertaining but there are always exceptions at least that is how I choose to look at it. Isn’t the author of the Bone Season absurdly young too?

      3. She was 19 or 20 I think. Not TOO terribly young, but that’s my age and I still wouldn’t have published her. I heard that The Bone Season was really bad, though. Have you read it?

      4. Everyone’s opinion is different so I’m a strong believer in reading what you want no matter what people say. If it sounds interesting to you, then give a chance if you want to. I recently read The Floating Boy and the Girl Who Couldn’t Fly, and while almost all the reviews on Goodreads were negative, I really enjoyed it. I have no idea what everyone hated about it, but that’s because I’m not them. I know what to look for in negative reviews that might apply to me, but I don’t ever take it to heart. You know what I mean?

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