Friday, April 17, 2015

Cover Reveal: Downcast by Cait Reynolds

We are so excited to show you the cover for Downcast by Cait Reynolds, 
a fantastic debut that retells one of our favorite Greek myths.

Title: Downcast
Author: Cait Reynolds
Publisher: Booktrope
Publication Date: May 28th, 2015
About the Book:

It’s the start of Stephanie Starr’s senior year of high school, but sadly, this is no life of the prom queen. Stuck at the bottom of the high school social totem pole, Stephanie is forced by her domineering mother to wear lumpy linen dresses and eat organic tofu for lunch in a world of mini-skirts and pizza. 

What Stephanie doesn’t anticipate is gorgeous and cocky Haley Smith who breaks social convention and pursues her with a determination that is both terrifying and flattering. Afraid that Haley is simply trying to set her up for massive humiliation, Stephanie does her best to push him away. But the more attention he pays to her, the more she runs, and the more everyone else begins to notice.

Instead of a loving family to support her as the mean girls make their play, Stephanie’s mother begins to unravel mentally, her possessiveness of Stephanie spiraling to new and frightening extremes. Stephanie is forced to grow up, find herself, and learn the truth about her past in order to save her mother, her friends, and her town. When the truth is revealed, nothing can prepare her for the outrageous reality of her existence…and nothing can save her from her fate.

Except Haley.


About the author:

Cait Reynolds hails from the Boston area where she lives with her husband and 4-legged fur child. She discovered her passion for writing and has already published four novels under various pen names. Downcast is her first foray into the world of paranormal young adult. When she isn’t cooking delicious meals, running around the city, rock climbing like a boss, or enjoying the rooftop deck that brings her closer to the stars, she writes. Downcast is book one in a three book series coming from Booktrope Editions. Reynolds is able to pull from real life experiences such as her kidney transplant and a bout with cancer and her writing reflects her passion for life from having to stare the dark places in the face.

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  1. Oh this sounds fun and cute and swoony! Also pretty cover!

  2. Love that cover! This sounds really interesting, I'll have to look into it when it comes out :)
    Great post!
    ~Miki x

  3. Sounds good, and I like the cover! Is that a heart with a devil tail carved on the tree? :D

  4. The cover is very pretty & eye catching, I hope the book it just as good. Thank you for sharing <3 Benish| Feminist Reflections

  5. The cover definitely catches your eye! And of course the book is interesting :)


  6. Love this cover.

    Megan @

  7. What a fascinating cover! The story sounds really interesting and I like the mythology connection. Stephanie has to go through a lot and I hope it all works out for her. :) Thanks for sharing this with us!


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