I love it! I love also that it matches the original cover for Nightshade, the first book in the series.
I have to admit, that I like the UK cover for Nightshade even better, though. I like the slightly darker hue (more appropriate for the story, I think) and I like the vegetation-inspired font better.
Just for fun, let's take a look at a couple more cover designs. Here is what was probably an early design for the paperback edition of Wolfsbane, as it has the same cheesy tagline as the first book, "She can control her pack, but not her heart."
I like the font better, but I can't say that I care for the way they've cropped the photo. Without seeing the forest around her, it makes the yellow flower near her eye look a little more random. Like, is it supposed to be part of her hair, or what? Photoshopping out that branch that whips across her face has made the whole picture look blurrier than it should. And I don't like the way the tagline covers her whole forehead. On the whole, it's not a bad cover though.
And here's another design I found and I'm not quite sure where it's from. Maybe it's an early Australian version of Nightshade? I thought that the Australian cover ended up being the same as the UK cover.
Okay, brace yourselves. This is the new cover, which is designed to match the new paperback cover for the first book in the series.
Ugh! I can't stand it. This picture looks so bad. They're worse than the Vampire Academy or House of Night covers and that's saying something. I would be embarrassed to be seen reading this.
What do you think? Which cover do you prefer?