- File Size: 3435 KB
- Print Length: 346 pages
- Publication Date: December 23, 2012
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00ASGTKR0
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,156 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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Elfin (Elfin Series Book 1) Kindle Edition
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The second problem I had was the mix up in homophones: hall/haul, site/sight, etc.
Otherwise, decent read. I felt the ending was a little anti-climatic.
I have enjoyed every single one of Quinn’s books. The first book introduces the characters in a new and fresh way. Quinn rights her books very cleanly without compromising the connection between love interests. You can feel how the characters feel for each other and gives you butterflies without getting graphic which some people do not like.
I am especially fond of elves, so I might be slightly biased, but this book is one of my favorites and I would highly recommend it. I give this book a five out of five stars. It is a feel good story and one of the few series that I actually enjoy. I rarely enjoy series because I am very impatient and I hate having to wait for the next book. This first book is a perfect start to the series and makes you eager to read more. Some reviewers felt the story was forced but I actually enjoyed it and nothing was bad enough to pull me out of the story.
I love each of the characters and felt they were well developed. The main girl acted a bit young at times but it was expected at least from me since it was in the young adult genre. I never expected any of the characters to be extremely mature, but they were not too childish. It was a nice blend and made an adult such as me happy to read it.
I would recommend any of Quinn’s books to people. The story is the typical evil against good, however the way she tells it is not typical. Quinn creates a great adventure and takes the reader along for the ride. It is a feel good story and is nice to read and escape from the real world for a while. Link is below! Happy reading and get lost Inside a good book!
What annoyed me most was the casual dialogue between Trik and Cassie. On Earth, Trik uses the same words/phrases as any human would - but never does it when in Faerie! Having a Fae hero say casually, "Hey, it's okay, beautiful," but in Faerie he speaks with long, poetic eloquence - "I will follow you to the ends of any realm. Never has there been and never will there be anyone who holds my heart as you do, " - let's just say the contrast was like getting whiplash!
It's a sweet story, but there's just not a lot of depth or originality to it. Not interested in continuing the series, or anything else by this author.
Trick is a dark elf assassin that actually likes what he does. Remorse, never heard of it! He just does whatever the dark elf king asks him to, that is until he meets his chosen.
Trick has stayed in the darkness for centuries and has somehow managed to be paired with Cassie, the manifestation of all things good. Throughout the book, Trick struggles with accepting Cassie, because he believes that he doesn't deserve her. The actual struggle that takes place within Trick about whether or not to change his evil ways helps make him a more dynamic character.
To me, Trick seemed much more real than Cassie. Throughout the whole book, Cassie is made out to be extremely good.....and pure........and angelic (You might as well picture her with a halo!). On the other hand, Trick struggles with what is right and what is wrong. He doesn't believe he is worthy of Cassie. He needs to overcome his darkness and realize that Cassie does have some faults.
Overall, I enjoyed Elfin! I have read the first three books of Loftis' The Grey Wolves Series, and her writing is definitely hers! In Elfin, Cassie has a snarky best friend that reminds me of Jen (TGWS), but toned down a bit. I have come to the realization that I really like Loftis' writing, and that I need to get a hold of more of her books!!!