Monday, July 9, 2018

*✿༻..•.¸¸•´¯`• Review For The Mortal Fires (Undercover Elemental's #2) By Anna Durand •´¯`•.¸¸.༺✿*

The Mortal Fires
By Anna Durand
Published November 14th 2017 
By Jacobsville Books

A pragmatic human gifted with powerful magic...

Lindsey Porter may be a mere mortal, but six weeks ago she proved
 she's a force to be reckoned with after destroying the mad king of
 the sylphs. Now she's stuck with magical powers she doesn't 
understand and isn't sure she wants. Worse, someone has begun
kidnapping and murdering young women, all of whom bear an
 eerie resemblance to Lindsey.

An enemy fueled by stolen magic...

Someone with immense power has set his sights on destroying 
Nevan. Lindsey will risk everything to unmask the perpetrator, yet 
discovering the truth will test Nevan and Lindsey's powerful bond 
like never before. As dire events converge on them, Lindsey's only 
hope for saving her lover and herself may lie in the ragtag allies 
they assemble to battle their most frightening enemy yet.

Oh My Gods. What a book! This was one amazing 
book. The first book was great but this one was 
phenomenal. It was so full of amazing things. It was 
even better written and thought out.

This is Lindsay's Continuing Story. You would think now
 that the evil it was gone that they could get a break. But
 unfortunately now there's an even bigger threat to their 
lives and their love. One of their biggest problems is the
 Tribunal as they do not want their King to marry a mere
 mortal. But with the new threat and the sudden 
appearance of Nevins wife they are at a loss as to what 
to do. And man is that woman evil. Unfortunately in this 
book someone will die and it'll be up to Lindsay to see if 
she can save them all is she comes to terms with being 
the Janusite. She now even has a familiar and wait to 
you meet Max. He may be cute when he shows up, but 
when he manifest himself and shows his true self to her.
 Let’s just say Nevan will not be happy at all. I so hope 
there is going to be a third book because I do not want 
to say goodbye to these characters yet.

Now before I ruin this for you I will leave off. I hope you 
enjoy this book as much as I did. If you do like this book,
 please consider leaving a review. The Authors really like
 it when you do; they value your opinions too.

A breeze wafted past me, carrying with it a faint and unpleasant odor reminiscent of ammonia. It dissipated in seconds, though, and I hadn’t gotten a good enough whiff to identify the smell.
I turned in a circle within the vortex, scanning the woods for the source of the false sensation that had drawn me here. The woods were quiet—too quiet. No chattering squirrels or rustling of the wind through the leaves.
How could someone or something fool me into thinking Nevan was coming? My connection with him fueled the sensation. I had no similar connection with any other living thing. Of course, I was living among magical beings who sneaked into the mortal realm undercover, often posing as mortals. I had no clue how many elementals walked among us mere mortals.
Twigs cracked at my left one after another, amid stumbling footfalls and the panting, whimpering breaths of a distressed individual.
I spun toward the sound and shoved my hand under my shirt to close it around the grip of the handgun holstered inside the waistband of my jeans. The Bond Arms Mini derringer was small enough to fit inside my palm but let me fire .357 rounds as well as shotgun shells, thanks to its interchangeable barrels. I hoped I wouldn’t need either today, but I rested my hand on the gun just in case.
A girl staggered out of the woods and stopped several feet away, her body shaking, eyes wild and golden brown hair disheveled. Her large blue eyes flicked to me, and she froze. Her pallid skin grew whiter.
“Lindsey,” the girl said, her voice dry and brittle.
“Do I know you?” Pretty sure I didn’t, but she gaped at me like I was her long-lost relative.
A chill swept over my skin. This girl resembled me. Not like we were twins, but enough we could’ve passed for sisters. The pale girl gasping for air was more slender, where I had curves, and looked younger but otherwise…
The girl scuffled closer and stretched out one ghost-white, dirt-encrusted hand to me. Her face had transformed into a mask, as if she were drugged or entranced.

“You don’t belong,” she intoned. “You never will. Accept your fate or the forces allying against you will consume your power and your soul.”

·٠•● Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒ ●•٠·  Anna Durand ·٠•● Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒ ●•٠·

Anna Durand is an award-winning, bestselling author
 of sizzling romances, including the Hot Scots series. 
She loves writing about spunky heroines and hunky 
heroes, in settings as diverse as modern Chicago and
 the fairy realm. Making use of her master's in library 
science, she owns a cataloging services company that
 caters to indie authors and publishers. In her free time,
 you'll find her binge-listening to audiobooks, playing 
with puppies, or crafting jewelry.

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