Author: Elizabeth Hunter

Review: Midnight Labyrinth by Elizabeth Hunter (@jessicadhaluska, @EHunterWrites)

Review: Midnight Labyrinth by Elizabeth Hunter (@jessicadhaluska, @EHunterWrites)

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 […]

— Posted November 8, 2017 by Jessica / 2 Comments
Review: Beneath a Waning Moon by Elizabeth Hunter and Grace Draven (@jessicadhaluska, @E__Hunter, @GraceDraven)

Review: Beneath a Waning Moon by Elizabeth Hunter and Grace Draven (@jessicadhaluska, @E__Hunter, @GraceDraven)

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 […]

— Posted October 7, 2015 by Jessica / 11 Comments
Review: Building From Ashes by Elizabeth Hunter

Review: Building From Ashes by Elizabeth Hunter

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 […]

— Posted July 17, 2015 by Jessica / 13 Comments
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