The Scribe: Irin Chronicles Book One

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THE SCRIBE is the first book in the Irin Chronicles, the new paranormal romance series from Elizabeth Hunter, author of the Elemental Mysteries.

Hidden at the crossroads of the world, an ancient race battles to protect humanity, even as it dies from within. More

Available formats: epub

Words: 83,070
Language: English
ISBN: 9780988520592
About Elizabeth Hunter

Elizabeth Hunter is a contemporary fantasy, paranormal romance, and contemporary romance author. She is a graduate of the University of Houston Honors College and a former English teacher. She once substitute taught a kindergarten class, but decided that middle school was far less frightening. Thankfully, people now pay her to write books and eighth-graders everywhere rejoice.

She currently lives in Central California with an eight-year-old ninja who claims to be her child. She enjoys music, writing, travel, and bowling (despite the fact that she's not very good at it). Someday, she plans to learn how to scuba dive. And maybe hang glide... but that looks like a lot of running.

She is the author of the Elemental Mysteries and Elemental World series, the Cambio Springs series, and other works of fiction.

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Review by: Diane Lang on Oct. 16, 2013 :
First off I have to agree with those who are saying The Scribe is Elizabeth Hunter's best work to date. It have a smashing romance, plenty of suspense and a fascinating cast of characters. The heroine, Ava, is a wonderfully complex character who is smart yet vulnerable and her love interest, Malachi, is a delight - strong, caring & utterly honorable. There are hints thrown out in this book that the bad guys may come in shades of grey, always fun.

The worst thing about this is the wait for the next installment! *grin* When I discovered Elizabeth's books last year, she had already written most of her Elemental Mysteries series so I didn't have to wait before moving on to the next book in the series. Not the case now.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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