• Grace A. Johnson

Cover Reveal: Ignite by Jenna Terese



Usually, it takes me fifteen minutes to get a post together. Upload my pics and graphics. Copy and paste imperative information. Schedule a day or week or month ahead. Sit there and look cute. (Unless it's a long post, in which cause it'll probably take me anywhere between two hours and two weeks to write.)

Not so with this post. I have had a time, let me tell you, and I nearly missed the cutoff to share with you one of the most GORGEOUS book covers in the history of book covers.

So let's get to it, shall we?


About the Book


What if superhumans weren’t considered heroes?


When Scarlett Marley is attacked by an illegal super with fire powers, she doesn’t get burned, but now she has a fire-like glow flickering in her eyes.

With superpowers criminalized, she has no choice but to turn herself over to the Superhuman Containment Facility, or risk hurting everyone she loves.

Her normal life seems lost forever, until she is selected to be one of the first to receive the experimental cure to destroy her powers. In exchange, she must first complete one mission:

Infiltrate and capture one of the largest gangs of supers in the remains of once-great Rapid City.

With the cure and all her future at stake, Scarlett is prepared to do whatever it takes to bring these criminals to justice so she can return to her family. But this gang and their leader, Rez, aren’t what everyone says, and Scarlett begins to question everything she was ever told about the SCF and the fire flowing in her veins.


The cure is her only hope for returning her life to what it was before, but is that life worth returning to after all?

THE COVER


Check. out. this. beauty. Y'ALL. Not only is this just an ah-may-zing story, the cover is g l o r i o u s!!!

Just loooooook at it!!!!!

(I'm seriously gonna ask Jenna who did her cover, 'cause, y'all. I could stare at this thing all day!)

Here's a bigger picture (because, you know, we all need a closer look):

About the Author



Stories have always been a part of Jenna’s life.

It all started with her mother reading books to her and her siblings when they were little.

That’s what sparked the love of story. At seven, she decided to try to make her own books. Lined paper stapled together, little, happy stories coupled with marker drawings of little creatures.

And she never stopped creating.

Eventually she stopped writing about animals (finally) and created human protagonists. Her love for storytelling grew with the binders filling up with every story she wrote.

Jenna kept writing and writing over the years, learning and improving. Her passion for story always drove her, but things changed in the summer of 2017. She had a new reason to write.

“If you want to change the world, pick up your pen and write.” -Martin Luther

She wanted to use her passion to impact the world. She wanted to use her God-given gift to bring Him glory.

Now she works with this goal and mission in mind, hoping that others will see God in her stories. She enjoys writing speculative fiction, reading plenty, being around horses, and playing music (she may or may not have four ukuleles), star-gazing, and watching sunsets. This INFP resides in the Midwest with her family, two adorable guinea pigs, and a healthy amount of books.

All That Imperative Information


Check out Jenna's website here, and/or follow her on Instagram, Pinterest, and BlogLovin'!

Oh, and while you're at it, preorder Ignite today and have it wirelessly delivered to your Kindle the moment it releases on July 2nd!!!!


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