Chris Harris's destiny was bestowed on him before birth, just as it was on his two brothers, John and Randy. Not human but the physical embodiment of elemental water, earth, and fire, they've been burdened with protecting Earth and freeing the world from the Ultimate Evil. However, unlike their elemental forms, their human selves have desires of their own. After being hidden away in the remote town of Anderson, North Dakota, Chris and his two brothers hoped that their problems would end, but they've only just begun. Now their individual destinies are intertwined with the unpredictable McNamara sisters, Joanie, Victoria, and Stacie, and the Ultimate Evil is drawing ever nearer. Forced to choose love or duty, regardless of their decisions, nothing will ever be the same.
Rachelle Storm has been a fandom geek since its earliest beginnings and never stopped. Holding a doctoral degree in Writing Studies, she researches 21st Century writing in contemporary music and popular culture. In truth, Rachelle never isn't writing or sharing her knowledge. However, on the off-chance she isn't working or experimenting with paper and ink, you can find her at music festivals.
This book was great for any fans of paranormal/fantasy type fiction. It was an easy read but didn’t lack depth which I’ve found some books of the same genre to do. The story hooks you quickly and keeps you intrigued and wanting to know more. The characters are all developed well and you can definitely find a character to relate to. I really liked the character of John the most and related to him quite a bit. Those looking for a character they can rally behind and be a “team member” for (example: team Jacob/Edward from the twilight saga) you can absolutely find a character to get behind and root for in this series! I only wish the book was longer so I could continue the adventure with these characters, but I can’t wait for the next one!
Unfortunately, this book really didn't work for me. The plot is brilliant, however, I felt all the conversations that took place were really forced and the expressions such as 'she teased, he chuckled, she assured' were really overused and made the book feel quite clunky.
The plot itself is really good and is definitely got the potential to become a great series with some tweaks.
There was quite a few grammatical errors that were repeated throughout the book, the lack of question marks used was very noticeable. I couldn't really get absorbed into the book.
I received a free copy of this book in exchange For an honest opinion This book was surprising. Sometimes when you read a synopsys you get an idea in your head of How The story Is going to go... Well this one blew me away. It's such a fun read, with action, elemental magic (that I adore) nicely paced plotine, well developped characters and enough romance to suit My heart. Once you start It you'll Fly through It and then will be left waiting For The next one...
Loved it! Great story, great plot! Can't wait for the next book in the series. I am ready to pre-order now😁. When I finished reading the book, my mind kept going over and over all the characters, the love story and all the all the thrilling supernatural excitement! Again, can not wait for more!!!!
Absolution was an great read. It was an easy read! I finished Absolution in less than 1 Day. The story was mind blowing. The story line was creative and the description of the characters were detailed. I was able to picture them in my head. I can’t wait for the other book!