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Book 4: Water

Lord Asad, or Ace, as he prefers to be called, is captain of the Paradigm, an overseas trade ship. He is a risk-taker and determined to be the first man to hear the siren's song and live to tell about it. So he orders his crew to tie him to the mast while they hide below deck as the ship sails through Death's Door. And to his surprise, he not only hears the siren's song, but comes in direct contact with her as she and her misfit pirates decide to pillage his ship while he can do nothing but watch.

Ebba-Tyne is a siren and an elemental of the water. She has fae as well as human blood running through her veins. She gets her power from water, though hot, desert air can kill her. Once again, a fool sailor and his crew is attempting to sail through the straits. And she uses her siren's song to distract them, as her misfit men - the maimed and wounded knights of her late father's castle - see to collecting what they need from the ship to survive.

When she realizes the man aboard is tied to his own ship in order not to fall under her siren's spell, she finds him exciting and intriguing. But he looks a lot like the sheik who came from a faraway land and caused death and destruction to her island, so she warns him not to return if he values his life. But when Ace decides to go back and collect his stolen goods, the past becomes the present. Ebba needs to beware of the only man who has ever intrigued her, and Ace has to face his past in order to keep Ebba from being killed.

Can a siren and a son of a sheik learn to look deeper within to accept themselves, and acknowledge the fact that enemies have fallen in love?

©2013 Elizabeth Rose (P)2019 RoseScribe Media Inc.

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Loved it

Loved it as I did all the books by Elizabeth Rose. This was the last and 4th book of the Elemental series. I will definitely be listening to all the serieses again as I enjoyed them all so much. But I prefer the ones narrated by Kevin Green as I love his voice and the way he changes it for every character in the story. Brian Gill is also good but I much prefer Kevin Green. This series was narrated by Kevin Green so I definitely recommend it. I also recommend the ones narrated by Brian Gill , each book by Elizabeth Rose is definitely worth the credits. Now on to Mardon's story the 2nd book of Pirate Lords series.

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The final elemental: water.

Asad, former Drake Pendragon’s squire and knight has acquired a trading ship and is headed out for adventure. Unfortunately he decides to head through Death’s Door, the dangerous home of the siren.

Ebba-Tyne is the last of her family after her mother was kidnapped and her father Lord Marcus was killed when their castle was attacked. All that is left is about a dozen maimed men living in the castle. Just to survive they’ve turned to piracy on the few boats that sail near and Ebba reluctantly has to help.

This one is slightly different than the other three as it’s on water, but it still has the female having has lost her parents and home due to an attack. I love how Ace helps improve the situation on the island, the castle and the men. I’d love to live there. And I especially love the whole underwater part since I love swimming.

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The Sheik and the Siren

Well this is book 4 of the elemental series. I loved it. This elemental character in this book is of water. The lord wanted to travel through a part of the sea to hear the Siren sing, but had been warned that by doing this it was foretold that he would die, so none of his crew on his ship would travel with him. Fate took a hand in it and the Siren and her men came to his ship. He was entranced with the Siren and it was a big love job. This story was told by the narrator excellently. With changes of voices and tone, he made the characters real. It was a really lovely book. Well done Miss Rose. I loved it.

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  • Jerry P.
  • 25-02-20

Another great book by Elizabeth Rose!

This story really kept your interest. I listened to 20 chapters in one day and finished the audiobook the next day. It is about a siren of the sea and the son of a sheik. It has mystery, romance, adventure and a happy ending. I recommend this series and really any series by Elizabeth Rose. She is a very talented lady.

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  • Aida A Lorenzana
  • 10-12-19

Beautiful romantic fairytale ( water )

I absolutely love the romantic stories Elizabeth Rose brings her readers. Reading this story made me believe that love is unexpected.
The siren and lord Ace go through many twisted situations with hidden secrets and powerful magic that a dolphin globe reviles, Ace and Siren fight for the love they know they have.
If your looking for a fairytale romantic romance with twist and turns, this is your book!
Happy Reading

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  • Virginia
  • 21-11-19

Enchanting!

Lord Asad was the son of a Sheik and Captain of a ship. He was sailing straight through the waters where the siren’s song was heard and no one survived when they heard it. He had himself tied to the mast and ordered the men below and they were to stuff wool into their ears. Then he met the beautiful siren Ebba. She was half fae and half human. She had her men take him and his cargo ashore to a broken down castle. Ebba was an element of the water and could not survive without water. Then things got heated up between them. Twists and turns get into play then. Kevin E Green did an excellent job narrating it.