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A Harmony of Fire and Earth

(Elemental Magicae #2)

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Prince Edmund of Thalassa and Prince Arden of Aither are eagerly anticipating their upcoming wedding, but the danger to their kingdom hasn’t lessened. They have a plan, but they won’t be able to carry it out alone: they need a strong wielder of each Element, whom they can trust implicitly, to carry out the magic.

Rhys is a commoner and wielder of Earth magic. He and his sis
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ebook, 298 pages
Published March 11th 2019 by NineStar Press
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Joyfully Jay
Apr 09, 2019 rated it liked it
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3.5 stars


A Harmony of Fire and Earth is the second book in the Elemental Magicae series and can not be easily read as a standalone. The story picks up almost exactly where the prior book left off and even starts mid-conversation as Arden confronts Edmund with the fact that Edmund’s brother is not, in fact, dead. Much of the world building and the explanation of how and why magic works in this world, as well as the importance of sylphs and undines, are explained in the firs
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Kelly
Mar 29, 2019 added it
Shelves: fantasy, queer, romance
The adventure continues! I knew this was a sequel. What I didn't know was that we'd get another love story in there, along with more development for Edmund and Arden. So, twice the loveliness.

I really enjoyed getting to know Rhys and Gax and thought there was a really nice balance between the two characters. On the surface, Rhys didn't have as much going on as Gaz, but he felt quite real to me in the way he responded to Gaz's secret. This is a man who'd been nursing a sort of secret crush for a
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thewoollygeek (tea, cake, crochet & books)
Entertaining read, didn’t think was quite as good as the first book, but still enjoyable. The characters are likeable and the e is good chemistry but I just thought something was missing

Thanks to netgalley and the publisher for a free copy for an honest opinion
Veronica of V's Reads
This is the second book in a fantasy series, and likely best enjoyed when read in sequence, though I read it as a standalone and had minimal trouble following the complete story arc. There may be spoilers for the first story in here.

Prince Edmund of Thalassa, a water wielder, and Prince Arden of Aither, an air wielder, met in the first book because Edmund had been betrothed to Arden's Elder sister, Queen Hollis. THis was a way to unite the fractious nations and stave off war. There is a lot of i
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Nicki Markus
Mar 09, 2019 rated it liked it
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I loved A Dance of Water and Air, so I was excited to see how the story would continue in A Harmony of Fire and Earth. First off, the good points: I loved Gareth, and enjoyed his romance with Rhys. It was fun to see them introduced alongside the continuing tale of Arden and Edmund. Plus, I still like the idea behind the story of elemental magic and the way different kingdoms lean towards different elements. Where this second volume fell down a little for me was in the pacing. There were some gre ...more
Abigail
Jan 05, 2020 rated it really liked it
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I really enjoyed this one as well. The pacing was a bit different with four 3rd-person POVs instead of two, but I really enjoyed it. The different POVs made me feel even more immersed in the story. And I really liked Gareth and Rhys' chapters a lot.

I wish I could've learned more about Torin and the relationship he had with his children. It's hinted at in the first novel, and expanded upon in this one, but I would've liked even more. I also would have liked to know more about Hollis. The question
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Jena
Apr 05, 2019 rated it it was amazing
I absolutely LOVED the sequel to A Dance of Water and Air. The suspense kept me coming back for more, and the character development / romance was wonderful. I just love getting lost in the worlds that the author creates.
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