I love Elizabeth Hunter. She’s one of the only independent authors who consistently produces quality work. Hell, her stuff is better than a lot of the traditionally published urban fantasy these days. BUT. B/c I’m ridiculous, I dragged my heels about reading ELEMENTAL LEGACY, the second spin-off from her ELEMENTAL MYSTERIES series. *shrugs awkwardly* Tenzin […]
Author: Elizabeth Hunter
The Elixir virus is still plaguing both human and immortal populations when the latest installment of Hunter’s ELEMENTAL WORLD series begins, but this time we’re focused on finding a cure (for vampires without a living sire) for the disease. To that end, one of the first vampires we met who was suffering the effects of […]
FINE. I admit it. As much as I love Elizabeth Hunter’s ELEMENTAL series, I think I love CAMBIO SPRINGS more. B/c shifters vs. vampires. *whispers* Shifters win every, single time. And Cambio Springs, California is full to bursting of shifters. In SHIFTING DREAMS, we met Jena Crowe and the people who occupied her world. In […]
With the growing popularity of novellas as prequels or in-between-full-installment stories, I’ve gotten less blindly one-clicky and more discerning . . . So many authors and/or publishers are shamelessly capitalizing on the trend, producing not much more than filler that leaves the reader feeling unsatisfied and mislead . . . NOT so, Elizabeth Hunter and […]
I’m a big fan of Elizabeth Hunter. She’s probably the most consistently excellent independent author I’ve found.That being said, I’ve had less luck with this series—a paranormal romance spinoff of ELEMENTAL MYSTERIES, her flagship urban fantasy series. I’d thought it was ye olde UF vs. PNR debate.
The Elemental World is a PNR spin-off series from Hunter’s Elemetnal Mysteries series, and as excited about this book as I was—FINALLY, a HEA for Carwyn—while still being a good read, it didn’t quite live up to my expectations. Carwyn is a nearly 1000 year old Welsh vampire, and he’s been a priest that entire […]
When I said that Desert Bound (Cambio Springs #2) was so good, that I had to reread Hunter’s other series . . . I was not lying. When we first meet Beatrice De Novo, she is a college student with a part time job at the library. She likes to wear black and doc martins […]