Author: Nancy Werlin
No Spoilers: Seventeen year old, Lucy Scarborough discovers that her family is under a curse placed by an evil Elfin Knight. She realizes that she will have to perform the impossible in order to save herself and her unborn daughter. During these incredible feats, Lucy learns about the people that deserve to be in her life and who she really is at the core (don’t mean to sound like a cliché).
“I knew immediately that he was important. I can’t explain it. He didn’t feel like just anybody. I could feel him next to me, and I knew he was looking at me, and that he liked what he saw. And my heart just raced.”
I think it’s safe to say that this book is okay to read in public.
This book was sad in the beginning, but that is probably because I feel bad for kids with no parents. Also, Lucy was raped, but the book just kind of glosses over that, so it’s not too uncomfortable. Obviously, like most books, it gets all happy and feel good at the end.
Lucy is an emotionally strong, but pretty chill person. She’s the kind of girl that wears red high tops to prom and dances all night long. I don’t know if we’d be besties, but I would definitely party with her.
I love the cover of this book. It is incredibly simple, beautiful, and speaks volumes about this book.