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Elemental Claim (War Of The Myth #1) by Miranda Grant

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#Paranormal, #Romance,

When Emma wakes up tied to a bed, she believes the mafia has finally caught up to her.

But the truth is so much worse.

She’s been mistaken for her twin sister, her sweet, lovable sister who’s been charged with mass murder and helping a vampire destroy the Seven Planes. If she doesn’t confess all, her kidnapper will pull the water out of her blood and into her lungs. Dragged into a reality where monsters and gods exist and mercy is nowhere to be found, how can she possibly survive long enough to save her sister? Because there’s only one thing she knows for certain anymore: Liz is innocent. And she’ll do everything she can to prove it.

He’ll see her imprisoned for life or dead at his feet.

Tasked with bringing in a forbidden child of the gods, Rogan never expected this job to be easy. But finding out she’s his lifemate, the literal other half of his soul, has just made his mission a hel of a lot harder. For now he has to make a choice:

Use his lifemate as bait.

Or damn the worlds to Niflhel.

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4 out of 5 (very good)

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Emma is running around after her sister trying to sort things out to meet her in Europe, however, things do not run as smoothly as she would like and she finds herself dragged into a world she never knew existed, as well as falling in love and trying to save her twin sister from the clutches of an evil vampire.

I love Miranda's writing she is so imaginative and her stories just tend to flow. There are always seems to be the right amount of drama, love, action, fighting and dialogue between all of the characters involved.

This book seems to have a lot of sexual content but it's not crude it's written in a protective way almost.

If you love vampires, magic, gods/goddesses, and fighting for your life I would recommend reading this book it's fantastic!

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* A copy of this book was provided to me with no requirements for a review. I voluntarily read this book, and the comments here are my honest opinion. *

As soon as Miranda Grant learned how to read, she never stopped. Library check-out limitations were seen as challenges. The characters inside the pages, her friends. She was a book wyrm through and through and now she's so freaking giddy over the fact that she's on the other side of those stories. Writing. Discerning fates. Seeing who gets to live and die and fall in love... Just like a certain mad fury... Well, okay, quite a bit less like Delentia, given Miranda can rarely ever get the characters to do what she bloody well wants them to. Galvanor kept cutting off his hands, and it didn't matter how many times she rewrote the book and set up different events, the only way she could get him to stop was by drugging him. Matakyli was supposed to be a bit timid due to her overprotective brothers never allowing her out for fear of her safety... But as soon as she stepped onto the pages, she kicked that tower of horseshit over and screamed, "Booyah, bitch! I am a demon warrior princess!" Rogan was supposed to save Elizabeth by the end of book one, but Sebastian decided screw that, I've got serious plans, only to THEN not kill a certain SOMEONE because HE DIDN'T FEEL LIKE IT. Like seriously, dude! You had one job! One freaking - Ahem. Anyway...Miranda is a quiet little mouse who lives in the UK with her wonderful partner. She writes by night, edits by dawn, and manages a gallery by day. Based in the beautiful fells of Cumbria, she draws inspiration from the great outdoors, as well as the historical and mythical signficance of her home.

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