One of my everyday hobbies is browsing all things book. I usually start with some blog-hopping and finish by talking myself out of some purchases. Every once in a while, a book jumps out at me and makes me do a double-take...
While checking through Goodreads this week, I came across a cover that was so familiar that I knew I had seen it before... the only difference here was that the title of the book was different. I did a little bit of research and discovered this:
Newly Discovered Cover:
What's Yours Is Mine by Tess Stimson
Summary (from goodreads.com):
Like a princess in a fairytale, Grace Hamilton has been showered with blessings: professional success, a happy marriage, and she even lives in a beautiful castle. But the only thing she really wants - her heart's desire - is the one thing she can never have. Her sister, the beautiful Susannah, has made a mess of her life. Like a reverse Midas, everything she touches turns to shit. But the Fate puts Grace's future in Susannah's hands, changing the balance of power between the sisters forever.
Cover I had already seen:
Out of the Rain by Debbie Macomber
Summary (from chapters.ca):
The old adage says Marry in haste, repent at leisure.
Can you marry in haste and not repent at all?
As far as Nash Davenport's concerned, marriage isn't shelter from the storm, it is the storm. He's a divorce attorney, himself divorced, who believes no married couple can live up to their wedding vows. Savannah Charles, however, believes in the value - and the values - of marriage. She's a wedding planner who finds herself saying yes when Nash unexpectedly proposes. Even though it's strictly a business proposal.
Laughter in the Rain
Can you marry at leisure and wish you'd done it in haste?
Abby Carpenter has been involved with predictable, practical Logan Fletcher for years. One day she meets the unpredictable, impractical - and very exciting - Tate Harding. Does an everyday guy like Logan have a chance against a handsome stranger like Tate?
Kind of makes you wonder who chose the picture first, doesn't it? Seeing as I chose the Debbie Macomber book for the Cover Crazy feature back in August, I am clearly loving both covers. But, how do you feel when you run across two books with the same cover?