Paper Towns by John Green.
The Secret Life Of Prince Charming by Deb Caletti.
Lovely right? I just love how all of these covers appear to be peaceful and dreamy, especially Ten Cents A Dance. I don't think its cover fits the story very much since the whole thing was set in 1940 or something, but the chemistry between the couple is so cool. These will definitely make the readers debate if it's okay to have a second copy of the same book :)
Last time, in one of my SS post Prince Charming cover was compared with Flirting With Boys and now Prince Charming paperback couldn't escape either. Take a look.
For Keeps by Natasha Friend.
This is a Tenner by Natasha Friend, a story of mother, daughter and their road to love. I really adore the picture, no wonder why it was picked twice to make a cover. Anyway, it's a little disturbing how both books look so alike...the designers could have at least added some effects to make his/her production stand out or just different :( Which one do you like? I like For Keeps cos of the letter layout and because I saw it first. Haha.