Elle began writing Contemporary Fantasy in a desperate attempt to escape short, dark and wet Seattle days. Left-handed and hopelessly right-brained, Elle continues to survive the Pacific Northwest winters by communing with the characters in her head. She prefers her leading ladies sharp, her heroes flawed and her values tested by conflict.
When she’s not writing, Elle is usually reading, shopping, drawing, sewing or watching Fringe on her DVR. She’s a cold little thing, so she can often be found wearing a sweater, even in the summer. Her weaknesses include Starbucks Cinnamon Dolce Soy Lattes, Steampunk jewelry, and handbags. She’s been known to discuss a character or two as though they were a real person; her friends and family are lovingly tolerant of her ‘quirkiness.’
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STAND (Shift Series #4)
Leah and Drake have been running for weeks. Now the chase has slowed, but life certainly hasn't. With Drake's seven-year-old cousin in tow, new shifters on the scene, money running low, and loved ones in the news, they're struggling just to stay on their feet. But when the chase really does end, neither of them are prepared for the outcome--or the realities they'll be forced to face.
Augury (Mythologicals Saga | Two)
Luceam remembers everything: The darkness, the fear; her mother’s face, her father’s voice. The man who killed them both. And just like her mother before her, she lives in hiding. Only instead of hiding in the dark, Luceam lives hidden in a silent mansion. No longer willing to live under her caretaker’s heavy hand, Luceam disavows his strict rules to take control of the one and only thing she can.
DRIFT (Shift Series #3)
Alone in a strange city, Leah is forced to find safety among a group of Civilized Immortals she's never met and isn't sure she can trust. When her alignment with them presents the opportunity to help the rest of her kind, Leah must also find the courage to face fears bigger than a bunch of polite vampires.
But just when she thinks things can't get any worse, they do. Big time.
Harbinger (Mythologicals Saga | One)
(5.00 from 1 review)
A band of friends hide in the darkness below the streets of Seattle, Washington, living outside the laws that govern and record every aspect of modern life. After the death of their parents, and without implanted microchips to identify them, they are fugitives, and Matra finds herself their new leader.
RECAST (Shift Series #2)
Forty-one days and counting…
Leah had been anxiously wondering what would happen at the nationally-televised protests in Washington DC. Well, she got her answer, and it was worse than she could have ever imagined.
SHIFT (Shift Series #1)
(3.67 from 3 reviews)
When Leah’s inability to control her new-found skill nearly sends her into a full blown shifter-tantrum in front of the entire high school, even she has to admit that the last week of school is no place for a new shapeshifter.
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Smashwords book reviews by Elle Beauregard
- Sleeping Kings (Dark Force – Book One)
on May 13, 2011
When displaced Nicola literally stumbles upon a regent from the 1200's in the mountains around the tiny French town where she lives, she unknowingly embarks upon an adventure of epic proportion and dire consequence.
This story was fast-paced and snappy with plenty of action and turns to keep the reader guessing. The history introduced and explained within the story adds to the plot and characters without feeling laborious. The main character's voice is recognizable and witty--she has a certain sarcastic humor that is very in keeping with her age and the audience.
In many ways, the flow and feeling of this story reminds me of the Maximum Ride series by James Patterson. Fans of Maximum Ride will enjoy the swiftness of this story arc. My only complaint, in fact, was that the fast pace left little time for deep character development. However, I have a feeling that, like in the Maximum Ride books, more character development is to come through subsequent installments in the Dark Force Series.