Earthbound

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
History often repeats itself, but Earth Elemental Terran never expected it would slap him in the face. The Acobi Fallen Angels have decided to go underground–literally. When Terran learns the evil clans are shanghaiing underage girls into the sex trade, he must stop the Acobi and keep the public safe, all while keeping his supernatural powers hidden. If he fails, he could be the next victim. More

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Words: 79,620
Language: English
ISBN: 9781311526335
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: Donna on Sep. 05, 2014 :
***I receive this book in exchange for an honest review from the Lovers of Paranormal Group on Goodreads.com***

I give this book a five star cause this is by far my favorite among the three. In my opinion, this has more action and more story. The Hippie-go-lucky gentleman met the uptight well-groomed princess.

*I knew that Sadie was a fraud right from the start. She was too much too handle and poor Terran doesn't even know what to do with her. He was just smitten by her charms.

*There are moment's that Terran needs to learn DATING 101. He looks like an ass seeing Sadie and Kelly at the same time, but who can blame him he's an Elemental.

*I love Kelly Habersham, the daughter who has been push back and set aside by her own family. The girl who just want to make her family proud. And then the she met Terran the carefree and nature lover guy, they did have their differences but after she found her place and the truth about her life, she gained the confidence to stand-up for herself. As the saying goes,"The truth shall set you free." In the end both Terran and Kelly found each other and what they've been looking for.


IT WAS A GREAT READ! and I can't wait for Tempest's story.

P.S.
Terran's human life is the kind of life I would love to go for carefree, stress-free and freelance photography.

Thank you for letting me read this! =)
(reviewed 26 days after purchase)

Review by: Heather Busby on Aug. 20, 2014 :
I received this book for free from LOP in exchange for my honest review.

Book three of the Elemental Clans, and heaven help me it is the hottest one yet. In this installment we get to follow Terran an earth elemental who has been tracking the fallen angel clan the Acobi who have been capturing young girls in underground caverns. Never one to break the rules that Universe has put forth, Terran has never really had much interaction with humans that is until he saves Sadie from the Acobi. He finds himself strangely attracted to Sadie and unable to let her go even when she does things that are less than desirable. In the midst of his desire to be with Sadie, he is instructed by Universe to get to know Kelly a real estate developer who is wanting to build near the tunnels the Acobi are trapping teenage girls in. This story kept me on the edge of my seat wanting to tell Terran myself that Sadie was evil and that he should be with Kelly. My only regret is that I wish I could've got to see more of Kelly and Terran's relationship unfold before the end of the story. As always Elaine Calloway has written a captivating story leaving me begging for more! This has been a fantastic series to read so far, and I am anxiously awaiting the next book!
(reviewed 10 days after purchase)

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