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Seattle Elementals, Book 1
Narrated by: Traci Odom
Length: 10 hrs and 18 mins
4.4 out of 5 stars (52 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Rock smashes ice.

Fire melts rock.

Water quenches fire.

Ice freezes water.

The elemental demon version of rock, paper, scissors

Parke Worth:

Murders, unexplained fires, Industrial espionage and walking myths meant my first days as Chancellor of everything paranormal were packed and stressful.

Cassie King-Worth:

A rushed marriage, a forced trip back to an Alabama law school and the wakening of a terrible race long thought dead meant my first days as a married elemental demon were full and terrifying.

Tossing in the werewolf Grand Master, the General for the Earth Sprite King and murderous family members means I have the makings of a new, Mystic War on my hands.

Now, to convince my Chancellor husband that something needs to be done...

©2016 Connie Suttle (P)2016 Connie Suttle

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Fire demon?

Sold, used and titled a princess, elemental demon Cassie is one of a kind. Rock, water, ice and truth seeker demons are full of secrets and hidden agendas. Connie Suttle has a vivid imagination and brings to life a new world of vampires, werewolves and other supernaturals who prey on the weAk and unknowing.

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I can't wait for Seattle Elementals, Book 2 :)

I have both in kindle. I just couldn't wait to find out what happed next so I had to get the kindle version. It makes me more enthusiastic in getting book 2 in audible. I hope it will come out soon !!! Cassie reminds me of how Lissa was before she got a backbone. I am so glad that Cassie didn't have to wait centuries for hers. There are a few surprises in book 2 but you must read book 1 in order to appreciate book 2. Can't wait, Can't wait Can't wait :) KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK Connie & Traci , I love you guys :) I almost forgot, thanks Traci for fixing Rego's voice he sound regal now :)

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Elementals,Fire,Ice,rock,etc come together yet need to learn how to live with each other and save family and friends.I thought the pace was good and the storyline interesting,even though there are other elemental books out there.Traci Odom is a great narrator.“I was given this free review copy audiobook and have voluntarily left this review." 

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  • Northern Anne
  • 08-30-17

another amazing book by Connie Suttle

hard to find the words to describe this book other than wow. the story grabs you and just gets better and better as it progresses

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  • 12-15-16

Poor narration

Good idea for a story is let down by the narrators performance and the premise that a female hero is so unlikely, that even her husband cannot see her strengths. This a shame because the underlying story is a great idea.