Monday, January 24, 2022

My Cover Addiction


I've always been addicted to beautiful covers. I'm notorious for picking books based on the cover alone. My TBR grows leaps and bounds everyday because of so many amazing book covers I come across daily? I felt like this was a great way to share my growing addiction of book covers. My goal for 2022 is to share as many as I can and maybe you'll find something that catches you're fancy as much as they caught mine. 

This one is adorable it's been on my to read list and I hope to get to it in the near future. The synopsis even sounds super cute. 

Without further ado 

Misfits of Magic 

by Tricia Owens


They're the Other Guys. Not cool, mediocre at magic, and absolutely clueless.

Forming a rock band sounded fun to Kenzie and her friends, but there are two pretty big problems with the idea: 1) they don't know how to play their instruments and 2) every time they perform, they accidentally unleash weird dark magic upon their city. Even worse, the police think they're responsible. As if they could ever be responsible!

On the plus side, they have Kenzie, their oblivious but well-meaning fairy princess lead singer, along with three disgraced detectives who know nothing about magic. On the downside, they're all incompetent.

Dreamers never say die, though, and these friends are determined--and maybe just a little bit motivated by possible jail time--to solve the mystery of these unexpected magical side effects before a genuine catastrophe occurs. Working alongside a special police task force means they're sure to get results. Right?


If only these magically inept friends could save a dollar, much less the world. It's a good thing luck is as powerful as magic.

Misfits of Magic is a goofy, low-stakes urban fantasy adventure about friendships and chasing your dreams (no matter how dumb.) Because sometimes, all you can do is laugh.

What do you think of this cover? How about the synopsis?  

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