Dry Spell (Elemental Magic #2)

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Aileen Donovan is an elemental with magical control over water. When she finds a mummified body at a scientist convention, she suspects supernatural foul play. As more bodies turn up, Aileen’s amateur sleuthing not only pits her against a serial killer, but also a vampire lord, and an elemental agent with ulterior motives. Can she stop a murderer, or is she out of her supernatural league? More

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About Angela Wallace

Angela Wallace has been penning adventures ever since she was sucked through a magical portal as a child. What she saw and whom she met gave birth to exciting and complex fantasy worlds where defying the laws of physics was a bonus. She has since come back down to earth, only to discover this mortal realm has magic of its own. Now she is quite at home in the world of urban fantasy, though believes that love, faith, and hope are of a stronger magic than fire wielding and sorcery. She loves gun-toting good boys, and could have been a cop in another life except real blood makes her queasy. She’ll have to stick to solving supernatural mysteries. Language is her pleasure, whether it’s weaving words on a page or lassoing linguistics into translations as a sign language interpreter.

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Sherry Gillen reviewed on on April 1, 2012

I think this book was even better than the first. I loved it.
It had action, adventure, love....everything you could want. It also was very well written and I was unable to put it down. I hope the author continues to write in this series. I hope you read both of her books. You can read book 2 without reading book one, but why? Book one goes into all the who's who and history, so it is helpful for book 2, but it is good even as a stand alone.
(reviewed 2 days after purchase)

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