Series: Elemental

Review: Ash by Shannon Mayer (@TheShannonMayer, @HiJinksInk)

Review: Ash by Shannon Mayer (@TheShannonMayer, @HiJinksInk)

ASH is a backstory / fill-in-the-blanks installment, so even though it’s book 6, timeline-wise the events take place in-between WINDBURN and ROOTBOUND, but you kinda need to read the latter first in order to understand this volume’s plot. I enjoyed what Shannon Mayer put down however, admittedly the ELEMENTAL series is starting to get a […]

— Posted September 1, 2016 by Carmel / 0 Comments
Review: Windburn by Shannon Mayer (@TheShannonMayer, @HiJinksInk)

Review: Windburn by Shannon Mayer (@TheShannonMayer, @HiJinksInk)

Fans of Shannon Mayer’s RILEY ADAMSON series will appreciate this installment because it fills in some of the blanks of what happened before PRICELESS, and there’s a bit of character crossover, but nothing too major, so regardless of whether you’re in-the-know on Tracker happenings or not, you’ll enjoy WINDBURN. This was however the bottom-of-the-pile volume […]

— Posted February 1, 2016 by Carmel / 6 Comments
Review: Breakwater by Shannon Mayer (@TheShannonMayer)

Review: Breakwater by Shannon Mayer (@TheShannonMayer)

BREAKWATER was a twisty, come-out-swinging book that really propelled this series and its characters forward in a big way. The first installment revolved around the Earth Elementals which by their very definition made them less alien than the Undine so, in volume 2, Shannon Mayer was able to fully let her creative cat (Peta) out […]

— Posted December 17, 2015 by Carmel / 6 Comments
Review: Recurve by Shannon Mayer (@TheShannonMayer)

Review: Recurve by Shannon Mayer (@TheShannonMayer)

My desire to one-click Shannon Mayer’s Elementals grew with every RYLEE ADAMSON installment I read until Larkspur’s character was officially introduced in several novellas as well as book 9 which also happened to be the point where I finished playing catch-up on that particular story line, and what ultimately prompted me to take-up RECURVE. This […]

— Posted December 14, 2015 by Carmel / 9 Comments