Nothing Wrong With A Little Singe
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Book Length (Est.): 164 Pages
Cadence Williamson has life all figured out. Her London jazz nightclub gives her a place to sing, friends she calls family, and enough money to pay the bills. No man is going to block her chi, especially not the shark trying to buy her out. Who cares if she’s been dreaming of doing the deed with him? Cadence’s perfect plans unravel when she develops fiery superpowers, melts her mic, and has past life visions of an evil force snuffing out the city’s population.
Trystan Tawanti may have his fun, but he’ll never allow another pretty face near his soul again. The serial entrepreneur is determined to purchase Cadence’s nightclub and turn it into a profit machine—no matter the cost to his heart or to his Incan family’s world-saving destiny. He just has to ignore those pesky empathic powers and the feelings signaling his fated mate is near.
Elemental Myths follows four couples as they bond together in steamy romance, supernatural powers, and predestined battle to save modern mankind from the mysterious demise of the vanished Incan Empire.
Will Cadence and Trystan learn to trust their destiny and each other before ancient evil catches up to them to burn London down?
*I received this book free from the author in exchange for an honest review*
Trystan wants to buy Cadence’s jazz club, but from the moment he sees her he wants more. He wants her. But that doesn’t stop him from putting business first. The sad part is that he knows the signs of meeting his mate; his twin brother had met his, but that doesn’t stop him from trying everything to ignore his newfound abilities.
Cadence didn’t plan on suddenly having fire be a part of her or having to deal with the craziness that ensued from it, but she was forced to deal with in nonetheless. Not only was she suddenly a fire starter she also kept being pulled toward Trystan, and she wanted nothing to do with the man who was trying to buy her club. Luckily, or not so luckily, she did have a yogi to turn to for help instead of the man who should have been by her side.
“‘Nearly come?’ It was less than three minutes! You’ve got an exaggeratedly high opinion of yourself.”
Cadence’s Cauldron is an additional piece in the Elemental Myths puzzle. It gives another glimpse into the heart of darkness, takes you on a journey through time, and shows you how well willpower stands up to fate.
I’ve really enjoyed the Elemental Myths series so far, but this one wasn’t my favorite. There’s a lot of burning desires, and even more restraint from giving into them. Neither Cadence or Trystan want to trust in their gut feelings. If anything, they both want to run and hide from them. It makes for a lot of hot and cold.
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