This Same Earth by Elizabeth Hunter

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    A fantastic series for anyone who wants their mystery and mythic creatures cut with a slice of passion and romance.

    Beatrice De Novo thought she had left the supernatural world behind… for the most part. But when the past becomes the present, will she leave her quiet life in Los Angeles to follow a mystery she thought had abandoned her? Where has Giovanni Vecchio been, and why has he returned? Giovanni has his own questions, and he’s looking to her for answers.

    This Same Earth reunites Beatrice and Giovanni to continue their search through the past while both wrestle with the future. When the world as you knew it has changed forever, is there any way you can turn back?

    Review by Beatrice:

    This is one of the best vampire series ever written. I strongly recommend this book to anyone who likes entertaining vampire stories with a mixture of romance and mystery. This is a great book.

    Review by Laurie Davila:

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    This second book is all that I could have wished for. I understand perfectly why Mariposa takes so long to forgive and trust. The author does a magnificent job at playing with the senses evoking a growing tide of longing and exquisite desire that en thralls the reader. I could not put it down! The depth of the plot with all its politics, revenge, search for power, all consuming love and hate, and so much more, provides an immensely entertaining read!

    One of the reviews I read for this second book in the sequel of Element Mysteries, led me to expect a boring book — No Way!

    I must confess that I have no particular appeal for vampire themes, in fact, I have no idea why I read the first novel — but I am hooked!

    Congratulations to the author for a beautifully thought out story with exceptional description. You owned it!

    Review by Killian:

    Mysterious and intriguing, Hunter continues to wow in this book, giving us a strong heroine with her own mind, own faults, and own agenda. Picking up some five years after the events of A Hidden Fire, the scintillating librarian has rebuilt her life in Southern California after Gio’s presence becomes by mere proxy.

    Though she continues friendships with others she’s met during her experience in World V, she grows frustrated with Gio’s absence. When he finally does walk back into her life, her stewing erupts into a full-on boiling mess. As Gio and B work to come together again as couple, Lorenzo’s maleficent deeds tug around the edges of their circle of friends, bringing with it both death, and a determination for justice. Meanwhile,

    Gio makes it clear to Beatrice that he’s interested in her for the long haul, that he wants her to be with him forever. A host of new characters and revisits by others add elegance and intrigue, culminating with Beatrice’s emergence as a Damsel that can cause others some serious distress.

    A fantastic series for anyone who wants their mystery and mythic creatures cut with a slice of passion and romance.