Cover Reveal: The Venice Secret by Anita Chapman

The beginning of another week and the witches are delighted to join in the celebrations of the cover reveal for The Venice Secret by Anita Chapman. Scroll down to see the beautiful cover.

Cover Reveal: The Venice Secret by Anita Chapman

Book cover for The Venice Secret by Anita Chapman. Shades of cream cover with Venice city and a red tower at the foreground.
The Venice Secret by Anita Chapman

Title: The Venice Secret

Author: Anita Chapman

Publication Date: 7th March 2023

Pre-order Link:


One hidden painting. Two women born centuries apart. A secret uncovered.

In 2019, Rachel is stuck in a rut when she discovers what appears to be a Canaletto painting in her grandmother’s loft along with a note addressed to Philippa in 1782. With help from Jake at the local art gallery, Rachel endeavours to find out if the painting is an original and uncovers a secret from the past.

In 1780, governess at Chipford Hall, Philippa is offered the role of mistress by Earl Rupert. She escapes to Venice as companion to bluestocking, Lady Cordelia who reveals a secret that changes both their lives. They do their best to keep the secret from Lady Cordelia’s social circle, but their nemesis is determined to reveal all and ruin them.

Author Biography

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Anita Chapman

Anita Chapman enjoyed writing stories from a young age, and won a local writing competition when she was nine years old. Encouraged by this, she typed up a series of stories about a mouse on her mum’s typewriter and sent them to Ladybird. She received a polite rejection letter, her first.

Many of Anita’s summers growing up were spent with her family driving to Italy, and she went on to study French and Italian at university. As part of her degree, Anita lived in Siena for several months where she studied and au paired, and she spent a lot of time travelling around Italy in her twenties.

Anita likes to read journals and diaries from the past, and one of her favourite pastimes is visiting art galleries and country houses. Her first published novel, The Venice Secret is inspired by her mother taking her to see the Canalettos at The National Gallery in London as a child.

Since 2015, Anita has worked as a social media manager, training authors on social media, and helping to promote their books. She’s run several courses in London and York, and has worked as a tutor at Richmond and Hillcroft Adult Community College.

Social Media Links


Twitter: @neetschapman

Facebook Page: Anita Chapman Author

Instagram: @neetschapman

Tik Tok: @neetschapman


Cover Reveal: One Night With Her Viking Warrior by Sarah Rodi

It’s December and the emporium is getting dressed in all its finery to celebrate Yule. Rosa was excited to be invited to a cover reveal for a potential candidate for her Box of Romance when it’s released, One Night With Her Viking Warrior by Sarah Rodi.

Are you ready to find out more? Scroll down to see.

Cover Reveal: One Night With Her Viking Warrior by Sarah Rodi


Her forbidden love is back to claim her!

Once Lady Rebekah shared a life changing night with stable hand Raeden but he disappeared the morning after. Now she’s consort to a cruel Saxon Lord, and when Northmen lay siege to Ryestone Keep, Rebekah’s shocked to see Raeden leading the charge! This Viking warrior is not the man she remembers, yet she finds herself drawn to him again. Taken as his hostage, Rebekah must decide: can she trust him with her life…and her dangerous secret?

Cover for One Night With Her Viking Warrior by Sarah Rodi. A viking man with long brown hair scraped back is in an embrace with red haired woman.
One Night with her Viking Warrior by Sarah Rodi

If that has intrigued you and you want to read more the purchase links are here:

Or pre-order from Amazon, out 22nd December

Author Biography

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Sarah Rodi

Sarah Rodi has always been a hopeless romantic. She grew up watching old, romantic movies recommended by her grandad, or devouring love stories from the local library. Sarah lives in the village of Cookham in Berkshire, where she enjoys walking along the River Thames with her husband, her two daughters and their dog. She has been a magazine journalist for over 20 years, but it has been her lifelong dream to write romance for Mills & Boon. Sarah believes everyone deserves to find their happy ever after.

You can contact her via @sarahrodiedits or

Social Media Links


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Cover Reveal: Crestwood Falls by Emma-Louise Smith

This is a first for The Enchanted Emporium bookshelf – a cover reveal for an upcoming release of a debut novel called Crestwood Falls by Emma-Louise Smith. The bookshelf shimmered with excitement when it realised a new witchy novel was under progress, it can’t wait to have a copy on its shelf.

Here’s the details and blurb.


Freya is a grieving Witch who refuses to use her magic. Leaving her home behind she seeks a mundane life free from all things supernatural.

Stumbling across the sleepy town of Crestwood Falls she uncovers a deeply buried family secret in the bookshop owned by resident Vampire, Valorian. Warned against keeping her magic locked up, things take a disastrous turn and put her new found friends at risk.

Can Freya overcome her grief and fear to save those she has come to care about?

A story of love and light in a time of loss and despair

How fantastic does this sound? It’s on the witches to be read list.

So now here it is, the gorgeous cover for

Crestwood Falls by Emma-Louise Smith

Crestwood Falls by Emma-Louise Smith

Author Biography

Emma-Louise lives on the wonderful North-East coast. With a passion for reading and writing she can often be found sat scribbling away at her desk or curled up in her favourite reading corner. Emma-Louise re-discovered her love for writing after a diagnosis of Crohn’s disease which caused severe health issues. Her hobbies include beach-combing with her children, going on walks, swimming and watercolour painting

Once published we will read Crestwood Falls and share our review.