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Sunday, January 22, 2017

Book Review: Elemental Flame (The Eldritch Files Book 4) by Phaedra Weldon

Elemental Flame (The Eldritch Files Book 4)
by Phaedra Weldon
April 15, 2015
Pages: 229
"I love you, Sam. I will always love you."

When Elemental Witch Samantha Hawthorne discovers her lover, Crwys Holliard, is missing, she vows to find him. With the help of her friends and an Alpha Werewolf who just won't take no for an answer, Sam follows clues that point them in the direction of the realm of Faerie, a place Sam swore she would never return to.

The road to his rescue is blocked by conjured enemies, a power hungry Magician, a former ally and a warring Faerie queen, determined to make herself the ultimate ruler of the Faerie kingdoms.

Will Sam be able to rescue him, or will Crwys and Sam be parted from one another, forever?

Elemental Flame is the 4th book in the Eldritch Files.

Elemental Flame continues with Sam completely heart broken and Crwys Holliard missing. As Sam and her friends search for clues on what happened to Crwys she is shocked where it leads her. Even though she swore she would never return to Faerie she must find a way in if she ever wants to see Crwys again.

The Eldritch File characters are well written with a little of everything. There’s the ones you want to love, like Sam and Ivan, the ones you want to hate such as Blackwood and Ina and the ones you can’t decide what to do with such as Arden Vervain! One thing that each book seems to succeed with is surprises! Just when you think you know where the story is going, BAM, you’re wrong which makes this series a must read!

About the Author:
Phaedra's imagination and love of television and movie characters often rewarded her with strange looks at school. Her love of science fiction and fantasy blossomed when her cousin Cyndy gave her Anne McCaffrey's "Dragon Flight" for her twelfth birthday. After that, her mother bought her subscriptions to Ellery Queen, Issac Assimov's, F&SF, Realms and Analog and her father never failed to bring home a book of short stories no matter where he traveled.

Other interests are manga, anime, gaming, hiking, waterfalls and spending time with her daughter.

Her latest series are The Eldritch Files, The Grimoire Chronicles and The Dark Backward (coming 2016). There is also a 15 book Dark Fantasy series on the horizon, as soon as she feels she's got all the tools she needs in her wheelhouse.

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