Monday, April 30, 2012

Cover Reveal! - Closed Hearts by Susan Kaye Quinn

Closed Hearts
Book Two of the Mindjack Trilogy by Susan Kaye Quinn

"When you control minds, only your heart can be used against you."

One of my absolute favorite reads last year was Susan Kaye Quinn's sci-fi/supernatural, Open Minds, the first in her Mindjack trilogy.  You can visit last year's giveaway post for my brief thoughts on why it was so awesome.  It is an adventurous and fast-paced story filled with romance and surprises in a world where most people's minds are open for everyone to read.  Can you imagine what that would be like in a high school?

I've been anxious to see where the story will go and the wait is almost over!  The second book, Closed Hearts will be out May 23rd.  Here is the fabulous cover!

Susan said she couldn't be happier with the work of her cover artist, D. Robert Pease of, and I can see why - it looks amazing!  I don't know what the tattoo is about, but it looks cool. I especially love the little blue thorn details!

Susan will be having a virtual launch party to celebrate the book release, so be sure to visit her site at and sign up to join in the festivities.

I'm not including the synopsis here, as it would be a spoiler for those of you who haven't read Open Minds, but it's available on goodreads and on Susan's site.  I am super excited to read this one!


  1. WOW this cover is hot! I love it! I wasn't big on OPEN MINDS, but I can't remember exactly why I couldn't really get into it. I might have to try and read it again.


  2. Closed Hearts definitely does not suffer from any sequel slump or second book disappointment. Instead, it surpasses the awesomeness of the first book, making it and the Mindjack Trilogy MUST reads!

  3. "Closed Hearts" is a fantastic follow-up to "Open Minds," with a darker story, increased action, and danger everywhere. Susan Kaye Quinn has placed her characters in a nearly impossible situation and it's going to take a miracle to pull them out. Well-rounded characters, frighteningly realistic villains, and a gripping story make the Mindjack Trilogy a must-read for anyone who enjoys the YA paranormal and dystopian genres.

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