Well, it's not just celebrities who are guilty of dressing alike. Often, while perusing the shelves at my local Barnes & Noble, I will find two books sporting the same cover image. Of course, each cover tweaks the image just a bit to make it unique, which leads me to ask "Who wears it best?"
I'm going to need your help to decide.
First up, Reaching Through Time by Lurlene McDaniel and Return to Paradise by Simone Elkeles:
Return to Paradise: As with Reaching Through Time, the image itself is not greatly altered, though the crop looks a little wider. It is the background that makes Return to Paradise's cover unique. The midnight lake and crescent moon give the cover (and the couple) a more secretive, darker feel.
Next, Evermore by Alyson Noel and North of Beautiful by Justina Chen Headley:
Evermore: Of the two, Evermore definitely revamped the image the most. The purple hue combined with the glowing letters evokes a paranormal feel appropriate for the series. The red tulips also help to personalize the stock image. The flowers make multiple appearances in the novel and end up being rather significant in the series.
North of Beautiful: Though less manipulated, North of Beautiful still puts its own spin on the image. The compass compass connects back with the title, as well as the story itself. The image itself is very fitting for the novel since the main character is described as having a "'flawed' face" due to a mark on her cheek.
Be sure to cast your votes and check back next week to see which covers win!