Title: Ember (Keeper of the Fae Book 1)
Author: Heather Anne
Published Date: October 20th 2015
***THIS BOOK WAS PROVIDED TO NERD GIRL IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW***
Welcome to Ember Falls
Our love story is typical; girl meets the boy next door. Cliche, I know. But as cliche as it sounds, it kind of fits. Not all love stories are original, but ours is everlasting. But there is also one problem — it is also forbidden.
My name is Charlotte and I am adopted. I don’t know of my birth parents, nor have I really had a reason to know them. Until I met him — Hunter Crawley and his beyond perfect siblings — who act as his parents. Oh, did I mention he is a Fae? And that I was destined to protect him?
I am a Keeper, which is another term for witch. I was born to protect the Fae from The Society, a group of evil male Keepers, who are Warlocks. They want to find Ember Falls, kill out the Fae, and take over. I can’t let that happen though, because I hold the key to Ember Falls existence.
I am Charlotte O’Donnell, welcome to my life.
A young girl who struggles of not knowing who she is and where she came from. What she finds is not only unexpected but beyond her wildest dreams.
It’s not often that you come across a book with such raw emotion yet magical. A fantastic combination that is refreshing and unique.
Well done! Looking forward to book Two.
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