Thursday, December 19, 2013

The Keeper's Defiance by Kelly Nelson



Welcome to the blog tour for Kelly Nelson's third book in The Keeper's Saga. Read more about The Keeper's Defiance below and enter to win a signed copy!

The scream of a dragon woke me. Wide-eyed, I scrambled to my knees, searching for a place to hide. Then it dawned on me--within the clutches of the enemy, I was perfectly safe from the dragons.--Chase Harper.

When Chase found the gold counter buried in a cave, he went back in time, setting in motion events that would change the course of his life and forever alter the destiny of the new world. After he and a small group of soldiers rescue his girlfriend Ellie from the Shuylians, they are overtaken during their race for the Algonian border. Chase falls into enemy hands, leaving Ellie to fend for herself. As time passes, he is believed dead--forever lost. So when Davy, Perception's Keeper, is charged with seeing to Ellie's safety, will his persuasions turn her heart away from Chase?

My Review

I usually only read ya fantasy when my sons beg me to. I also hadn't read the first two books in this series so you can imagine I was a bit reluctant about The Keeper's Defiance before I opened my Kindle.
I have to say I was drawn right into the book. I found myself extremely vested in Chase and Ellie's story. I wanted to cry for Chase in the hands of the enemy and for Ellie as she tries to evade the evil dude. I wish I would've read the other books first so I would've known more about each character, but this story was great as a stand alone. If you're a fan of fantasy, or if you're just looking for an enthralling story, I'd recommend this book.


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Kelly Nelson was raised in Utah and now resides in the heart of the beautiful Pacific Northwest. She enjoys life on a ten-acre horse property with her husband, four children, and of course lots of horses. Kelly has a bachelor's degree from Brigham Young University and worked as a CPA for several years before opting to stay home and raise a family. As a young girl she was an avid reader and had a passion for creative writing. Her travels to England, France, Egypt, Israel, West Indies, Mexico and across the United States sparked a love of history, adventure and exotic places. This led to the inspiration behind her debut novel, The Keeper's Calling, Book 1 in The Keeper's Saga.

                              
 The Keeper's Calling (book #1) $2.99 on Amazon     The Keeper's Quest (book #2)


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Check out the other blog tour stops:

Monday - Britney Gulbrandsen's Blog and Bonnie Harris' Blog
Tuesday - Laura Johnston's Blog
Wednesday - Kylee Shield's Blog
Thursday - Rebecca Lamoreaux's Blog and Cami Checketts' Blog
Friday - Donna K. Weaver's Blog

4 comments:

  1. Great post, Cami! I'm glad you enjoyed the book :) Thank you for participating!

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