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Stars of Varda - An Elven Love Story (Thranduil)

Stars of Varda - An Elven Love Story (Thranduil)

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Erin By airwren Completed

[A Wattpad FEATURED story!] She's been King Thranduil's close friend for a long time. But when a shocking rumor about his past comes to light, it shakes her entire world. How well does she really know him? With the threat of war and an uncertain future for the Woodland Realm, her comfortable life is changing forever, and so are her feelings for her friend. A story about second chances with eventual romance. Set during the events of the Lord of the Rings. Thranduil/OC
  
  Disclaimer: Everything belongs to Tolkien except for my characters.
  
  A/N: It was before Christmas 2014 when I first watched BBC's Emma with Romola Garai (wonderful, by the way - watch it if you haven't). A few days later I went to see The Hobbit BOTFA on its opening night. It was during a car trip from a family Christmas party when I came up with idea for this story. And while it doesn't follow the Jane Austen classic completely (Thranduil is no Mr. Knightley!), it was certainly inspired by it. I enjoyed the challenge.
  
  Check out the FB page for the story: facebook.com/StarsofVardafanpage/ (thanks to @MaggieShivers for creating it and running it!)

I have the best middle name ever. Arwen. And yes, i am serious.
Your writing is really good, the descriptions are very vivid and the two oc are interesting I want to know more about them! I hope the father will have an important role in the story because I really like him.
As a Chinese person I see this as a sign of good things to come
maklat13 maklat13 Apr 07
I'm Polish and I enjoyed reading it. It was brillant. I appreciate your work.
                                                                                         Big Fan Of Tolkien's Thranduil
What a beautiful name. Does it hold any elvish meaning? Like Legolas that translates to greenleaf? I'm quite fond of this name. I've also read this book twice by now
@Belle_Lynch casualmente apareció esto en las sugerencias de lecturas