Release Date: November 1, 2012
Publisher: Sourcebooks Fire
Summary (from Goodreads):
For Natalie Stewart, a normal life has never seemed so far away. Her only solace, Lord Jonathan Denbury, is wanted for murder. To clear his name, Denbury must return to England and assume the role of his demon doppelganger.
But Natalie begins to doubt his true motives, especially as a new gentleman begins whispering in her ear. Natalie and Denbury may be able to visit each other in their dreams, but they can’t escape the darkening shadows.
Amid spontaneous explosions, friends turned enemies and dangerous secrets revealed, there’s still a demon who has Natalie’s scent, and someone is trying to resurrect the ultimate evil.
I'm really excited to read The Twisted Tragedy of Miss Natalie Stewart! I mean, wonderfully written historical fiction along with romance and the supernatural... you simply cannot go wrong with this combination. The cover for the first book in the Magic Most Foul series, Darker Still, captured the glamour of the late 19th century, but if you've read the novel, then you'll know that the book finishes with Natalie Stewart leaving the city, so the cover for book two reflects this.
I LOVE the Gothic touch on this book cover and the grainy look of the countryside in the background. The red colour also complements the dark look perfectly!