Cover Crush: Becoming Mrs. Smith by Tanya E Williams

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I am not a cover designer but I can agree that cover layouts play an important role in the overall presentation of stories and I must admit, often times I first judge a book by its cover.

Cover Crush is a weekly series that originated with Erin at Flashlight Commentary.

Becoming Mrs. SmithBecoming Mrs. Smith by Tanya E Williams

Paperback, 110 pages

Published October 10th 2017 by Rippling Effects Writing & Photography

Not all of war’s destruction takes place on the battlefield.

Violet’s heart flutters from the scarlet fever she survived as a child, and it beats faster at the sight of John Smith, the man she plans to marry. America is entrenched in WWII, and when John enlists, Violet is certain she won’t ever forgive him for dashing their dreams. As the realities of war slowly overtake her life, Violet’s days are filled with uncertainty and grief. She struggles to maintain her faith in John, as the world as she knows it, crumbles.

Becoming Mrs. Smith is the inspiring, and at times, heartbreaking story of a woman’s struggle to reclaim what she lost. War stole the man she loves, and childhood illness weakened her heart—perhaps beyond repair. While guns rage in Europe, the war Violet faces at home may be even more devastating.

My thoughts:

I usually go for sharper colors in my cover crushes but every once in a while I come across softer colors I like. I love this cover and observing the cover before reading the book description, I feel immersed in the era already. Oh and the fact that there is an image of letters drew me in…

Stephanie M. Hopkins

Other great book bloggers who cover crush:

Flashlight Commentary’s latest cover crush HERE 

Heather @ The Maiden’s Court

Magdalena @ A Bookaholic Swede

Holly @ 2 Kids and Tired Books

Colleen @ A Literary Vacation

Meghan @ Of Quills & Vellum

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4 thoughts on “Cover Crush: Becoming Mrs. Smith by Tanya E Williams

  1. Thank you featuring the cover for Becoming Mrs. Smith. I am so happy to hear the cover spoke to you. The letters were the clincher for me too. Happy Reading!


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