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COVER REVEAL: Unspoken by Celia McMahon

The cover gods are smiling upon us today, because it took a little extra magic to come up with this one...

This morning, we reveal to you the stunning, new cover for werewolf fantasy Unspoken by debut author, (who lives in beautiful ITALY, by the way!) Celia McMahon!

THIS is the cover for the novel that goes beyond everything you thought you knew about shifters...

✨The Voiceless made a pact with demons of the seven hells and can change into giant, ferocious wolves.✨

What do you think of this cover?

The Voiceless have been stripped of their land, poisoned, and forced into war with kings for decades. It is said that they made a pact with demons of the seven hells and can change into giant, ferocious wolves.And seventeen-year-old Princess Isabelle is in love with one.

She's gone against all the rules and now finds herself encased in a world filled with danger. She discovers that, despite going against everything her parents wished for her, her destiny doesn't lie on a throne beside a foreign prince, but with a servant boy named Fray who harbors a chilling secret.

Her feelings for Fray transcends every lie she's been told about the Old Kingdom beyond the Archway. But there's a war going on and Izzy must choose a side . . . human or wolf…or doom herself forever.

Things to know about this book (from the author):

-This was not my first novel, but it is the one I hold dearest to my heart. -Although my wolves are not werewolves in a sense, they are humans who can change with just a few words spoken. I took from Welsh myths to create the Gwylis and throw some curveballs on the usual wolfy trope. -Isabelle (our protagonist) has an anxiety disorder. -This book does have romance, but it does not take up the entire storyline. -This book came about when I heard a single song one day while working out. An entire scene played out in my head and what grew from it was the picture of a girl who was not where she wanted to be, but so buried in sadness that she felt there was no way out. This story is ultimately about coming up from a place of hopelessness, making wrongs into rights, and first loves. It's about friendships and the bonds we make. It's about fear and using it for courage and strength. It's about love and its many forms. Here is the playlist that inspires me: -Ok fine, it's about a hot wolf boy. You got me.

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