Droplet

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Droplet is a short-story prequel to Water's Blood, and it tells the story of how Brooke became a Water Elemental. After receiving her training to wield an element, she is told the rules...no mating with humans.

The next day, a human comes into her life who will change her world forever.
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Words: 1,690
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301103577
About Elaine Calloway

Elaine Calloway writes paranormal fantasy books with romance elements. She sets her tales in iconic cities such as New Orleans, New York, and San Francisco.

In her books, you'll find characters such as Elementals, Ghosts, Fallen Angels, and more.

She is currently writing the Elemental Clan Series, which casts Nature's 4 Elementals--Water, Fire, Earth, and Wind--and their quest to save innocent souls from the evil Fallen Angel packs.

Originally from New Orleans (she can still do a decent Cajun accent upon request), she grew up with fresh seafood, a love of old steeples, cemeteries and architecture, and exposure to a melting pot of people.

For more info, visit her Web site at www.elainecalloway.com.

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Review by: chucklesthescot on May 09, 2014 :
The blurb for this book makes it sound as if we get a really detailed introduction to all the training she needs to prepare herself for life among humans yet in reality it is only a handful of pages. This should really have been used as a prologue in the actual novel instead of a tiny short story, in my opinion.

The story is ok, nothing wrong with it. I don't really feel that it adds anything to the series being written in this format though. Like I said, trim it up and use it as a prologue. That would give you a contrast between the emotionless individual being given her mission, and the woman with human emotions who is fully intigrated into human society that is in book one.

The version I read does not feature her meeting the man who would change her life as the Smashwords blurb seems to suggest. It does not cover all events up to the start of the first book in the series. This is why I feel it doesn't really offer much as a story on its own.
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