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Publisher's Summary

From USA Today best-selling author L.B. Gilbert, a paranormal romance to sink your teeth into!
Invested with the powers of Mother Nature, four women have been charged with the almost impossible task of maintaining order in the supernatural world and - when the crimes are extreme - the human world as well.
Diana, a fire Elemental, is almost burned out. Alone in the world (save for her Elemental sisters), she takes satisfaction in punishing those who've strayed so far into the black they've disrupted the balance. But her contentment is increasingly short-lived as she struggles with the limitations of her ability. An Elemental can track murderers to the ends of the earth, but not before it's too late for their victims.
So when a child from a previous case goes missing, Diana is determined to find her. The only problem is, she may have to take on an entire coven of vampires to do it.
©2014 L.B. Gilbert (P)2016 Audible, Inc.
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By Heather North on 07-23-16

Great listen

If you could sum up Fire in three words, what would they be?

Magic, action, snark

What other book might you compare Fire to and why?

Similar to the Mercy Thompson books by Patricia Briggs. Both are urban fantasy with magic, weres, and vampires. Both also have a badass female lead with a bit of a snarky attitude.

Which scene was your favorite?

My favorite scene was when Diana introduces herself to the vampire coven, you get get a good picture of Diana in action and a look at how awkward (which is really quite endearing) Alec can be.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

The conversations between Diana and Katie are very moving, poor little girl has had a very rough time in her short life.

Any additional comments?

Great book, can't recommend enough!

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By Ulla Bisgaard on 07-09-16

An exciting story with a kick ass heroin

5++ Stars for Fire (The Elementals book one) by L. B. Gilbert
Genre: Paranormal, vampires, witches, Elementals, Romance, Suspence
Audience: YA, NA, Adults. Fans of Kim Harrison will love this book
Series: The Elementals
Disclaimer: I received the book for an honest review

Diana has been a Fire elemental for about a decade when she meets Alec on a case. Children are missing and it looks like black magic is involved. Trusting is not easy for Diana, but she quickly realizes that Alec are just at eager to find the kidnapper as she is, so she accepts his help. Together they hunt, and learn to trust.

Audio notes:
This is the perfect book for audio. It has so many details that often get lost when you rush through reading it. With the audio you get to slow down for a bit and this book are perfect as a slow read. Tanya Eby has done an amazing job bringing the story to life. She was able to change her voice in small ways so the different characters stayed recognizable. It can be difficult narrating dialogue between male and female characters in a natural way, but Tanya Eby did a great job portraying them both.

First, the book is a standalone and can be read as such, but are also part of a series. This is probably one of the best paranormal stories I have read since Kim Harrison's Hallow series. It has an awesome kick ass heroin and a sweet determined hero. In some ways the hero reminded me of a character from a reversed fan girl anime. In a totally charming way he comes of as a huge fan of the Heroin. He even admit it in the book. It was really fun reading a book where the normal roles of conduct was reversed. Here the hero is the support and the heroin is the one who saves everyone. I totally adore this. All in all I loved everything about the book and can't wait to read the next book in the series.

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