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Crimson Heart | Heather McCollum
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Elena has spent her entire life hiding her family name while walking the thin line between lady and servant in a Protestant household. She has kept the secret of her lineage for years, but with a new, fiercely Catholic queen on the throne, Elena's Protestant caretaker is being targeted. And when Bloody Mary discovers Elena's true identity, she must flee to Scotland to save her life. Highland warrior, Searc Munro, has secrets of his own. In a family of healers, his dark, killing magic must never be known. When his father's life is threatened, Searc unleashes his lethal power to save him. With his clan's suspicious glances and whispers plaguing him, he sets off alone, only to find another use for his magic in saving a beautiful lass being attacked in the forest. Teaming up as exiles, Elena and Searc head toward Edinburg to find refuge. Yet, with a series of ritual killings haunting the city and a traitor attempting to assassinate Scotland's regent, suspicion turns to Searc. As word of another British heir reaches the country, the two must learn to trust each other if they want to live. The Highland Hearts series can be read out of order, but is best enjoyed in order. Highland Hearts reading order: #1 Captured Heart #2 Tangled Hearts #3 Untamed Hearts #4 Crimson Heart #5 Highland Heart
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Crimson Heart | Heather McCollum
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Can you spot the differences?!

As I was scrolling through my #BookBub email today, these two books followed one another. I had a sense of deja vu.

mabell Wow 😳 That‘s awkward! 11mo
CSeydel Oh no 11mo
BookNAround I went to a cover photography seminar at a convention once and the photographer talked about this sort of thing being pretty common. It was a super interesting talk. 11mo
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Kimberlone Wow not even the same author or series! #marketing 11mo
CrowCAH @mabell @CSeydel @BookNAround I agree. After all, they are just stock photos, so it does happen often. 11mo
CrowCAH @Kimberlone correct, different series and authors. At least the plaids were different colors and one was draped and the other was sash style. 11mo
CSeydel @BookNAround oh, I bet! 11mo
CSeydel Really makes you appreciate when a cover is exceptionally well done 11mo
LiseWorks Lol 11mo
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