Burdened by Desire

Elemental Sisters Book 2

Burdened by Desire is a paranormal romance. It has all the great characters to make it exciting. Readers get their vamps, demons, shifters and elementals. The elementals can use their powers after they have been awakened by their mate.

In this case Jocelyn’s (elemental) mate Landon is the werewolf’s alpha. After recognizing his mate Landon ignores her because she is not a shifter. But others are out to get Jocelyn. A great battle of good versus evil is brewing and these two are in the middle.

Burdened by Desire is part of a series, but can be read as a standalone book. It is a fast paced book of intrigue and shifter politics, but with a mating mixed in.

Landon may deny his mate because she is not a shifter, but as an elemental coming in to her powers she is a woman to be reckoned with. Burdened by Desire is a novel of good versus evil and acceptance of all. These themes makes this book a great read. I definitely recommend this book to my friends that read paranormal books. It has everything a good book needs.

I’m looking forward to other books by this author.


Book Blurb for Burdened by Desire

Jocelyn Davis is stuck between two worlds but not completely a part of either. As an Elemental, her abilities over the elements of the Earth won’t evolve until she meets her fated, the man destined for her. Until then, she’s easy prey and coveted by Malum Inmortalis, the rogue immortals intent on conquering the world. They abducted her once before. Still, she’s determined to live her life to its fullest, and risking capture isn’t slowing her down.

Alpha werewolf, Landon Waden, has lived with the knowledge his fated female, the one woman created for him, is just beyond his reach. For months, he’s denied her. He’s had no choice. She can’t give him what the pack needs—an heir. When an attempt is made on her life, he can’t help himself. His instinct demands he make sure she’s safe. But then, there’s one problem: he can’t walk away. He won’t. If only she can forgive him for his greatest mistake…


Night Owl Reviews May, 2014 4.00