Elfin, Book 1 The Elfin Series - Quinn Loftis

Elfin, Book 1 The Elfin Series

By Quinn Loftis

  • Release Date: 2012-12-28
  • Genre: Paranormal
Score: 4.5
From 695 Ratings


Before tonight Cassie Tate’s biggest concerns were whether she could pass Algebra and how she was going to keep Elora, her best friend, from dressing her in a skimpy fairy costume for Halloween. Her feet were firmly planted in suburban reality and she had no reason to believe her life would be anything but that of a typical teenager. That is until tonight, when Cassie saw something that no human was ever supposed to see; in the blink of an eye she was thrown into the world of the Light and Dark Elves.
He comes from a realm where light and dark have fought for millennia. He is of a race known to humans only in myths and legends. The darkness that lives inside him is a part of both who and what he is and it makes him the most gifted spy and assassin in the history of his time. His life is not his own; he lives in the service of the Dark Elf King. He slays who he must, has mercy on no one, is relentless in his hunt, and never tires of seeing his prey fall. He is Triktapic, assassin, spy, most feared of the Dark Elves.
Now, in the midst of his King’s complicated plans to expand the Dark Elves’ holdings into the mortal realm, for the first time, Trik finds his loyalties divided. For no Elf, Dark or Light, can turn away from their Chosen.
Unbeknownst to the mortal realm, the battle between Light and Dark is being brought to their doorstep. The only one who can keep it at bay holds darkness in his heart like a lover, and the one who can sway that heart must decide if she can look beyond his black past, beyond his evil nature and see the man he is destined to be.
The questions must be asked, does love really cover a multitude of sins? Can true love actually conquer all or will his darkness consume those around him until all that stands is an assassin with the blood of the mortal realm on his hands?


  • Amazing

    By Wlfgirl131
    It's amazing love it sad I can't get the second one
  • Elfin by Quinn Loftis

    By JC Cincy Kid
    Another (5) STAR Rating for Ms.Loftis- as an uncle of an amazing 9th grade niece; we trade books back and forth and both agree that this is another MUST read! 👏👍
  • Elfin

    By Wushu love
    I enjoyed this book. It was unexpected in some places, and very readable.
  • Elfin, Book1

    By Jason35799
    Thoroughly engrossing read! This book pulls you into a world that is believable, intriguing & exciting all at the same time. Loved it.
  • Horribly written

    By Obsessive reader
    Why can’t these self-published authors employ the services of a proofreader and editor? I really tried to read this book, but had to give up after too many poorly written sentences, trite language and countless misspellings.
  • Good free book

    By Jifieurididi
    The was a decent story, however it is riddled with errors. Three typos in the first chapter alone. If this was written by a best selling author you would think she would have better editing.
  • Amazing

    By Linagax
    I absolutely love this book! There were so many highs and lows, got me feeling so many type of ways. Lord, I can't wait to start the next book. I was a bit skeptical on reading this book since I'm not a house elf fan but it just hooked me in. And I was so amazed to learn that the author also wrote Prince of Wolves! No wonder it was a masterpiece. Highly recommend this to anyone who's into the supernatural romance, plus hot guys (of course 😜) and just a great experience.
  • No.

    By directordonnie
    Another charming book with a teenage girl "falling in love" with a threatening, over bearing, violent, controlling creep. Is this really what women want? I thought it was to be respected and well treated. Silly me.
  • Cheesy

    By sasshaa
    Unrealistic and unbelievable characters. Trik does not see like an “evil” guy at all.
  • A typical cheesy paranormal romance..

    By EmoAmped
    The romance between Cassie and Trik was so nice but really intense at times plus she was so insecure at times and I like how Elves weren't a big deal like in most books the protagonist finds out and she freaks out but Cassie was calm and it was eerie. But the humor in this book was just terrible I don't know where the author got his sarcasm from but I pretty much cringed every time a character said a joke. Oh and Elora was probably the most annoying sidekick friend I've ever read about.