A pragmatic human thrown into a world of magic...
Lindsey Porter fled from her traumatic past, determined to lay low, but now someone has framed her for murder. The quest for answers leads her into a parallel realm where magic reigns, and with a hostile sheriff and a shapeshifting assassin on her trail, she must place her life in the hands of a seductive, supernatural man who tempts her like no one else.
An immortal sylph enslaved by magic...
Nevan is trapped by a desperate bargain struck a century earlier, yet the beautiful, spirited Lindsey has enticed him to abandon his magically enforced duty. As forbidden passion flares between them, they'll risk everything to uncover the truth and find what they both need the most—redemption.
When two worlds collide...
The fates of the elemental and mortal realms depend on the star-crossed lovers. As dark secrets from their pasts threaten to shatter the fragile trust between Lindsey and Nevan, a shocking revelation holds the power to deliver salvation or destruction.
The Mortal Falls is the award-winning, bestselling first book in the Undercover Elementals series.
Great funny story! Laugh out loud funny and lots of twists and turns. Wonderfully romantic and charming characters. Loved the parents! Lol!
Lengthy, Action Packed, good narrator
I really wanted to like this book more. It was over 11 hours of listening and I felt like it was almost wasted.
There’s a lot of action, I loved the characters and even the premise of the story. There was enough romance to keep a reader like me interested, and trying to figure out what was going to happen next definitely kept me on my toes.
The main issues that I had were that there was a whole 25 minute chapter dedicated to intimacy, it didn’t seem like Lindsay ever got a break (things constantly happening one after the other to her or Nevin), and then it just seemed to be so drawn out. I’m all for the build up, but this felt like this book definitely could have been wrapped into one book instead of a (very lengthy) trilogy.
So this book just wasn’t for me.
I did like the narrator, she wasn’t my favorite but I think she did a great job with all the different accents and voices.
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