Cover Reveal: Seventh Born by Monica Sanz

Hello, everyone!

Today I’m going to share with you the cover to Seventh Born – the first book in Monica Sanz’s The Witchling Academy series. I’ll show you the cover in just a bit, but first: a little bit about the book.

Genre: YA, Paranormal, Mystery, Suspense

Release Date: September 4, 2018

Publisher: Entangled Teen

And now… For the cover.

Seventh Born - The Witchling Academy Series, Book 1 by Monica Sanz

Abomination. Curse. Murderer. All names hurled at eighteen-year-old Seraphina Dovetail. As the seventh-born daughter to a witch, she’s the cause of her mother losing her powers and, in turn, her life.

Abandoned as a child, Sera dreams of becoming an inspector and finding her family. To do that, she must be referred into the Advanced Studies Program at the Aetherium’sWitchling Academy. Her birth order, quick temper, and tendency to set things on fire, however, have left her an outcast with failing marks…and just what Professor Nikolai Barrington is looking for.

The tall, brooding, yet exceedingly handsome young professor makes her a proposition: become his assistant and he’ll give her the referral she needs. Sera is quickly thrust into a world where witches are being kidnapped, bodies are raised from the dead, and someone is burning seventhborns alive. As Sera and Barrington grow ever closer, she’ll discover that some secrets are best left buried…and fire isn’t the only thing that makes a witch burn.

Interested in the book? You can pre-order it here!

Add Seventh Born to your Goodreads shelf (link takes you straight to the book)

Given how much I enjoyed Monica’s standalone Fantasy Romance – Finvarra’s Circus (read my review here), I have high expectations for Seventh Born. Have you read anything by Monica?

About the Author:

Monica Sanz has been writing from the moment she could string together a sentence. Her stories have come a long way from mysterious portals opening in the school cafeteria, transporting classmates to distant worlds. A classic by the name Wuthering Heights is responsible for that. She’s been lost to dark romances and brooding fictional men ever sense. Now she writes about grumpy professors, cursed ringmaster, tortured soul collectors, and the girls they fall in love with. Monica’s books have received many accolades on the social writing website Wattpad. She’s accumulated over six million reads, eighty thousand votes, and fifteen thousand comments since posting her books on the website. She is also a member of the Wattpad4, a group of writers who host weekly Twitter chats on the subjects of writing and publishing.

Want to know a little bit more about Monica? Read the interview she gave me in 2016!

Find Monica here:

Cover reveal organized by YA Bound Book Tours.

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