It needs to be mentioned the way hero Levi introduced himself to protagonist Brooke, all because she had smiled at him... while this reader prefers not to give away spoilers, the unexpected dancing comment made me laugh out loud, appreciate Levi's confidence and hint of vulnerability, all while garnering an inkling of the subtle comedy that would be involved in the tale. Levi and Brooke made references to Levi's introductory comment throughout their story, showing his earlier remark had made an impression on both of them, as well, and was actually a small guiding line to these two character's growth. There were a few minor grammar, spelling and punctuation errors found, mainly towards the end of the book. Dialogue was believable and fairly unique to each character. Morgan wrote with a steady and inviting pace, building not only the action, but the sensual heat between Levi and Brooke, culminating in tantalizing sex scenes and a satisfying ending to this adventure - while never ending the war between the Elementals and Chaolts.
Jayelle Morgan is a talented storyteller bringing alive a tale with somewhat unusual characters while setting the stage for an interesting, fun and sexy series. It gives this reader pleasure to recommend not only Morgan as a writer, but this series she is gifting the reading world. ** Review originally posted to Amazon reviews on May 23, 2017 and Goodreads on the same date. **