Friday, May 30, 2008

Cover Story: April Lady by Georgette Heyer

Being a regency romance April Lady has had the privilege of more revealing covers, often depicting couples seemingly in love. It's also the one we found more covers of apparently confirming the popularity of Heyer's romance novels.

Do you know of any other April Lady covers? The last cover shown is of the Arrow Edition we are giving away. Don't forget to leave a comment to be in the draw!

You can get the full details of the two different types of give aways that we are having here


  1. I like the Arrow Edition one best (again). The second one reminds me of the Narnia books; specifically The Magicians Nephew.

  2. Same here. My favourite is the Arrow edition again. I think they're just lovely. (My favourite of all the new Arrow covers is Arabella.)

    I just checked to see if I have a copy of April Lady (I don't) and found I have a copy of The Spanish Bride I didn't realise I owned. So please take me out of the draw for The Spanish Bride to give someone else a chance.

  3. My vote also goes to the Arrow cover although it is fun to see how some of the older covers can be melodramatic (thinking of cover nÂș 3). Off to chech the Arabella cover.