Element, Part 2

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College student, Natalie Vega, struggles in her quest to learn how she can have a normal life, which includes her boyfriend Ryan, and also help the world that has been experiencing the effects of global warming. While her supernatural powers are unknown and are a secret to most in the world, an evil business tycoon learns of her superhero abilities and has other plans for Natalie and his empire.

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Words: 69,340
Language: English
ISBN: 9780988829947
About CM Doporto

CM Doporto lives in the great state of Texas with her husband and son enjoying life with their extensive family along with their Chihuahua, Mexican Redhead Parrot and several fish.

She earned her Bachelor's Degree in Journalism from The University of Texas at Arlington. She briefly worked in the area of Public Relations and Advertising and then pursued a career in the field of Human Resources. CM considers herself a life-long learner and returned to school and earned her Master of Art's Degree in Organizational Development from Dallas Baptist University.

She writes Young Adult and New Adult Sci-Fi/Urban Fantasy stories about ordinary women who do extraordinary things, become a heroine, and find love along the way.

CM is a member of Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators and Romance Writers of America and is associated with the Young Adult Special Interest Chapter. Visit her heroine blog at: http://cmdoporto.com


Element, Part 2 by CM Doporto
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Review by: Denice Cordero on Sep. 23, 2013 :
Thank you to Ms Doporto for providing an eBook copy of this book...

Cover: Better than the first one...


She seems very trusting in this book... she was ready to be probed and poked just to have a cure... I know someone will do anything just to be normal again it's just that she seems naive for trusting someone they barely know...


Let's just say that I'm 50-50 with this one... As I said in the first book, the idea itself was interesting but the conversations were not that good... they still sound corny and cheesy... and I still wasn't able to connect with the characters...

But on the good side there were some povs that were added giving the readers idea on what is happening in the other characters...

And then my suspicion was confirmed... I really don't like reading books wherein the character is being forced to do something he or she doesn't want to... I feel pity for him or her and hatred to the one forcing him or her...

Overall, it was a nice read but not enough for me to like it... their conversations were a major factor why I'm not really a fan of it... but I want to tell you that the ending was a cliffhanger but not really a cliffhanger, well at least for my it was like that...
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: heidi hudson on Sep. 06, 2013 :
First of I would like to thank the author for allowing me to read her book. I recived this book in exchange for an honest review.
This book started were the last one left off and finally I felt like I got some questions answered.
In the book C.M. made a referance to X-Men and I truly believe that is a great referance. This book has all the "elements" that anyone could love. It is a paranormal action packed love story. Natalie is a strong determaned girl who is completely freaked out by her powers yet is willing to do whatever she can to stay with Ryan. Ryan is a loving caring selfless man that is willing to give up his world just to make sure Natalie is happy and safe!
The book was super fast paced and enjoyable. I loved the way C.M. easliy conected each chapeter of the book. There were no gaps or questions of what just happened. My only downfall is that I felt the world love was used to much I get that they loved each other but was a bit to much. But that was the only part of the book that I didn't like. Well done I can't wait to read #3
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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