Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Excerpts That Rock: The Forever Girl

If you haven't read this book, you must. I read it a while ago and really enjoyed it. I can't wait for the sequel! Forever Girl has everything a book should.

- Kick ass heroine...check
- Tension bleeding from the pages...check
- Cool witch magic and history... double check 
- Hot guy...triple check a double check
 The author Rebecca Hamilton has been gracious enough to give us a sample of her amazing book. I just know, call it my witchy senses, that after you read it, you will go out and buy her book today.

Adrian nodded, touching his hand to his cheek. “Our world is not so different than your own, yes?” he asked. “Things do not always work as intended. Some may simply claim a human is a threat, even if they are not. Most, however, would prefer not to draw the Maltorim’s attention to their actions. They’d rather find another way to get what they want from humans. Marcus, being one of few remaining earthborns, is strong and set in his ways. He’d surely be excused, as he’s a member of the Maltorim himself, but he’s not known to act on his desires without prompt.”
At least we were getting somewhere. Cody attacked me for a reason. “So what was the prompt?”
“You have something. Or rather, you’re missing something.”
“Like what?”
Adrian shrugged. “You tell us.”
“If you don’t know what it is, how do you know I don’t have it?”
“Some people can tell. Charles being one of them.”
“Oh, yeah?” I didn’t try to hide my disbelief.
“Anyone can have a supernatural gift. Immortal, Mortal . . . it matters not,” he said. “While Charles may not be able to see why you drew Marcus’ attention, he can see how you did.”
“How is that, then?”
“Your aura.”
Charles could read auras? If that were true, he would’ve known I wasn’t guilty of following him. That’s what auras were for, right? Reading emotions, intentions, that sort of thing. Surely I didn’t glow some vicious shade of evil. That’d be reserved for someone like Marcus or Cody.
“What about my aura?” I asked finally.
Adrian smiled. “You don’t have one.”

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