Tuesday, 20 May 2014

Book Blast for Mortal Enchantment (Mortal Enchantment #1) by Stacey O'Neale



20740634Mortal Enchantment 
(Mortal Enchantment #1) 
by Stacey O'Neale
Release Date: May 5th, 2014
Genre: Romance, Young Adult, Paranormal
“Mortal Enchantment spins a unique twist on elemental mythology. This series is not to be missed.” 
Jennifer L. Armentrout, #1 New York Times Bestselling Author 

In Kalin Matthew's world, elementals control the forces of nature. They are divided into four courts: air, woodland, fire, and water. At sixteen she will leave the life she's built with her mortal mother. Kalin will move to Avalon to rule with her father—the elemental king of the air court. Along the way, she's attacked by a fire court assassin and saved by Rowan, a swoon-worthy elemental with a questionable past. 

Worst of all, she learns her father is missing. 

To rescue him, Kalin will have to work with a judgmental council and a system of courts too busy accusing each other of deceit to actually be able to help her. But, they aren’t her biggest challenge. With the Midwinter’s Ball only five days away, Kalin must take over her father’s duties, which includes shifting control of the elements—power Kalin has yet to realize. 

As Rowan attempts to train her, a war looms between the four courts. If Kalin fails, her father will die and the courts will fall, but the betrayal she’s about to uncover may cost her even more...
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Stacey O'NealeAUTHOR BIO
Stacey O'Neale started her career in publishing as a blogger-turned-publicist for two successful small publishers. She loves to write stories with swoony paranormal heroes, snarky heroines, and lots of kissing.

When she's not writing, she loves blogging and fangirling about books on twitter. Occasionally, she leaves her computer to go outside.

https://www.staceyoneale.com/

2 comments:

Natalie Cleary said...

This sounds awesome. I have The Shadow Prince and need to read it soon and then get this. As for answering the question, I think Id go with Water because everyone needs water to survive.

davidbenefry said...

Sounds like an interesting enough premise, and it even reminds me in certain ways of Rick Riordan's The Lightning Thief, which I reviewed here by the way http://quick-book-review.blogspot.ca/2012/03/lightning-thief-by-rick-riordan.html , at least in the sense the magic, surreal and unusual are what is considered normal in the world.