Review: Anna by Julia Crane

Sunday, February 15, 2015




Synopsis

Seventeen-year-old Anna is an unskilled, natural witch still seeking a way to access her magick. When she moves to Seattle for college, she encounters two powerful witches who need her as much as she needs them. For the first time, Anna believes she's found someone who can help her explore her own magick. 

Her dream quickly turns into a nightmare. 

Creatures of the Light have gone missing, and the witches she admires so well are a part of the mystery.

Before she knows it, Anna is knee deep in the disappearances and trying to forge a relationship with a certain soldier named Tommy, all while trying to find her way. Will she have time to save the creatures of the light or will she become the next victim?



Anna

Keegan's Chrincles Spin-Off Seies

Author: Julia Crane

Genre: YA, Paranormal Romace

Published: May 27, 2012 by Valknut Press

Format: e-book

Rating: 5/5

My Thoughts

I absolutely absolutely loved Anna Julia did it again another awesome spin-off I am so happy Anna got her own story she is my all time favorite character from the Keegan's Chronicles it was amazing to see her grow and have more confidence in herself and in her powers she meets new friends and gets a job that she loves and she finally found her soul mate in Tommy I think there are a very cute couple and I am so glad and happy there are finally togather the ending Ooo the ending it was like the ending of the Lauren spin-off there has to be another spin-off about what is going on with all the black magic it can't end like that! I really enjoyed and loved the spin-off of Anna and I hope there is another spin-off that continues were the spin-off of Lauren left off!












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About Author Julia Crane



About this author

Julia crane is the author of the Keegan’s Chronicles, IFICS. She has a bachelors degree in criminal justice. Julia has believed in magical creatures since the day her grandmother first told her an Irish tale. Growing up her mother greatly encouraged reading and using your imagination. 

http://juliacrane.com

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