Trailer Thursday #4

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Book Trailer Thursday is hosted by Quill Cafe.

Every Thursday we welcome everyone to join us in celebrating the awesomeness of book trailers.

To participate, on a Thursday you post an entry in your blog with an embedded book trailer of your choice with your thoughts and comments underneath. 
It can be a book you have read, want to read or have never even come across before.

Lookie! Lookie!

I came across this book while I was surfing the net. It’s authored by Julia Crane, and it’s about elves. It sounds really interesting. The book description says:

Sixteen-year-old Keegan is struggling to keep her huge secret from her friends—she’s an elf, descended from a long line of elves that lives in secrecy alongside humans. In elfin society, mates are predetermined but not allowed to meet until they are 18. Against tradition, Keegan’s brother Thad told her Rourk’s name because his visions warned him she’d need Rourk’s protection, especially since Keegan will play a key role in the coming war between the dark and light elves. Rourk finds himself drawn to Keegan’s side every time she thinks his name. He wants to talk to her but remains in the shadows, silently guarding her every time she mentally beckons him. A twist of fate thrusts the two of them together when Rourk is forced to step up his protection and make his presence known. An ancient prophecy deeply entwines Keegan’s family in the future of their society. Depending on the outcome of the battle Keegan and Rourk may never have their life together.

I just love those predetermined mating, even though I would highly disapprove of it it real life. AND! The guy feels the girl’s pull every time she thinks his name. It’s sounds romantic no?

No, I’m not getting paid for this post even if it sound like an advertisement.

 Trailer Thursday #4


My name is JoAnne and I am a sucker for fairy tales. When I was a kid, I dreamed of becoming a princess, finding my handsome prince and living happily ever after. But my parents talked me into taking up law instead. I get a strange high from reading young adult and new adult novels. I know people secretly judge me for reading books not for my age. But frankly, I don’t care. I know what makes me happy – coming-of-age stories, spine-tingling romances, fictional boyfriends, and fairy tale endings.

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