Eva asked:

Can someobe tell me, why Mercy has all these tattoos on the covers? As far as I know, she only has the one paw print tattoo, or am I wrong? And by the way, tha tattoos change from cover to cover.

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Shelli I was at a convention and the guy who paints these covers (yes, these are real oil paintings!) was the guest artist. His talent is amazing, and he was very fun to listen to. His covers aren't supposed to be a literal picture of Mercy. The cover image represents what kind of story is inside. You'll notice books the tattoos reflect what kind of adversaries Mercy faces in the novel. She has bat-like tattoos for vampire stories, and wolf-like tattoos for werewolf stories, etc.
Akinotori The tattoos change from cover to cover to reflect the story for the current book.
Betty Page 199: "Just below my navel I had a paw print...I have a couple on my arms, too."
However.. I was always taught that "a couple" is no more than 2 really.. Does that mean a couple sleeves? Ahaha. Because that's what she has on the cover.
The cover isn't always correct though. Sometimes the authors have no say in it. That's most likely the case here. They probably just wanted to make her look badass.
Lady Conqueror I used to work at an auto shop and knew a guy with tattoos covering his arms so it reminded me of him actually. lol.
Lucretia Thank you so much for asking just so I could read the answers too!
Jacob Springer Benefit of being a shapeshifter?
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