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This Same Earth: Elemental Mysteries Book Two (English Edition) [Format Kindle]

Elizabeth Hunter
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"Elemental Mysteries turned into one of the best paranormal series I've read this year. It's sharp, elegant, clever, evenly paced without dragging its feet and at the same time emotionally intense." --Nocturnal Book Reviews
When the world as you knew it has changed forever, is there any way you can turn back?

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 is the sequel to A Hidden Fire. It is the second book in the Elemental Mysteries, a paranormal romance and mystery series.

Biographie de l'auteur

Elizabeth Hunter is the author of the Elemental Mysteries Series. She is a graduate of the University of Houston Honors College in the Department of English (Linguistics) and a former English teacher. A native of Central California, she currently lives in Southern California with a six-year-old ninja who claims to be her child.  She enjoys reading, writing, travel, and bowling (despite the fact that she’s not very good at it.) Someday, she plans to learn how to scuba-dive. And maybe hang-glide. But that looks like a lot of running. A Hidden Fire, This Same Earth, and The Force of Wind are now available from all major online e-book retailers. Book Four, A Fall of Water, will be available in Summer 2012. Learn more about the Elemental Mysteries series at or contact her by e-mail at You can follow her on twitter at @E__Hunter or on Facebook at her page “Elemental Mysteries by Elizabeth Hunter.”

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  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 291 pages
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  • Editeur : E. Hunter (2 décembre 2011)
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 tome 2 elemental serie 22 juin 2014
Par sand
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Il est rare que je ne finisse pas un livre mais il était d'un tel ennui que je ne peux pas continuer. A la fin du tome 1 je me suis dit la série va bien démarrer un jour mais non l'héroïne n'a absolument aucune capacité à prendre des décisions et la recherche littéraire qu'elle mène n'est pas très trépidante. Une question de goût...
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Toujours aussi bien 6 février 2014
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Deuxième volume des aventures des élémental, cette série ne cesse de me surprendre et j'attends chaque tome avec impatience.
A découvrir sans attendre !
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 4.5 stars - Hunter adds another element to her world, in this satisfying followup to A Hidden Fire 19 février 2012
Par melindeeloo - Publié sur
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The fact that I loved the first book in Hunter's Hidden Mysteries, A Hidden Fire: Elemental Mysteries Book 1, was actually the reason that I was hesitant to start This Same Earth. I liked the slowly building relationship between book scholar vampire Giovanni Vecchio and library science intern Beatrice De Novo in the first book and was actually just fine with the hopeful ending, but the the teaser for This Same Earth at the end of that book had the effect of putting me off this one a bit. That said, I ended up really liking the way that This Same Earth actually starts with a prolog of B's journal entries, so that when we finally get to the first chapter (from the teaser) it is not as difficult for us diehard romantics to read.

As This Hidden Earth begins, Gio has left B to allow her to have a chance to live her life, and left a big gaping hole in her heart. But despite what he thinks are noble intentions, he really hasn't allowed to her to heal since he's snuck in and left her tickets back to their special place each year and since B's sensed other evidence that Gio has been watching her even though he has kept silent and invisible. In the five years since they were together, B's done her best to move on and carve a life for herself. She's gotten her graduate degree, a dream job, and acquired both a true best friend and a boyfriend who she loves. But having B actually move on really wasn't in Gio's plans - and when he finally turns up to reinsert himself into B's life and resume his pursuit, he's a bit surprised to find a less than warm welcome - and I really wanted to slap him too, so there is a big 'you go girl' from me when B does.

I really enjoyed This Same Earth, and I enjoyed it almost as much as I did the first book. A good part of the 'almost as much' is that while there was a great deal of discovery in the first book there is more pain in this one. Gio has miscalculated the hurt that he inflicted on B and something sad happens to two of Carwyn's children too. As a result, there is less humor this time around because there is less playful banter between B and Gio, and Carwyn is in a much more serious place in his life as well.

Initially, one thing that dimmed my enjoyment of This Same Earth just a tad was another non-consentual visit for B with Gio's son - I don't really want to see this being a recurring event in the series - but continuing on with the story, I saw the purpose for it and for B getting to see what was going on with Carwyn's family as well. Both gave B, and the reader, some crucial information about vampire mates and also offered a view of the liability that B presents as a human who is privy to information about Gio's life and his search for her father.

Things that I really liked about the book: I liked the characters both old and new and I still really love B, I liked that she is trying to make herself as strong as possible so that she can fight back - and I liked her training sessions with one of Carwyn's daughters. I also really liked the puzzle that B gets to solve and the fact that she is the only one who can solve it, and I liked the journal entries at the start and end of the story. But most of all, I liked the feeling that there isn't going to be one step forward two steps back in her relationship with Gio.

So Hunter's This Same Earth is another strong entry to her series and I feel lucky that I had forum friends who turned me on to these self published hidden gems and I am also really glad that I've found Hunter's series at just the right time to be able to read the first two books almost back to back and that I only have two weeks to wait for the next book, The Force of the Wind.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 What More To Say for a 5 Star Followup 12 février 2012
Par Douglas C. Meeks - Publié sur
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The sequel to A Hidden Fire (Elemental Mysteries) which is This Same Earth (Elemental Mysteries) and I find it one of the more interesting reading experiences in quite sometime. First the fact that are 2 books is almost a misnomer since it really is a continuing story and second I find it amazing that the author manages to take what is basically a love story and inject just enough action and mystery into it to keep you from getting bored with a very slowly evolving love story. Normally a tale such as this would affect me much as Serpent's Kiss (A Novel of the Elder Races) which was a decent love story but much too long and boring to really capture the reader (and was a poor effort by an excellent author). The author; Elizabeth Hunter has crafted a fine story and has all the elements most readers could ask for murder, mayhem, romance, action, mystery .... you name it, it's most likely in here and done excellently, the fact I write all this before I even finish the book should be worth noting :) I fear that I may get to the end and find myself wanting more and having to wait for yet another book but let us hope not . I will update this review BUT I cannot let you know about the HEA because THAT would ruin the story for you since it is a huge part of the storyline. sorry :) I should mention that so far the love/sex scenes are almost non-existent for those who thrive on such things, the very best writers (IMHO) do not need that as a filler and use it only to move the story along or make a point. Even though I have never heard of her, Ms Hunter seems to have a real talent.

UPDATE: Finally finished This Same Earth (Elemental Mysteries) and it WAS an exceptional reading experience as the initial book A Hidden Fire (Elemental Mysteries) and as all these evil authors do, she included chapter one of the next book The Force of Wind and of course it just fed my addiction to this story enough to make me crave the 6th of March (release date) to arrive quickly. This series has been a really enjoyable reading experience and the endings have left you wanting more without making me mad with horrible cliffhanger endings and distant release dates for the next installment. Reading this series I should mention (warn) that this is a commitment to at least 3 books it would seem since the story keeps moving on the central overarching story of finding and destroying the ultimate bad guy while feeding you smaller puzzles, sub plots, sub stories (is that a word?) and romantic interludes to keep you involved and not bored BUT it is also a mystery so you are taken off on literary trips that while entertaining are many times dropping clues for future reflection by the characters. All in all a very enjoyable experience so far .
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 Like the same outline as the first book, but worse 27 juin 2014
Par Jen R - Publié sur
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Man I am glad I am done with this book. This Same Earth was not for me. I didn't really like A Hidden Fire, but when it ended I thought it was alright so I started This Same Earth. I then proceeded to read the same basic story, but it was so much worse. B turns into this incredibly whiny, stupid teenager, even though she supposedly has grown into a woman. Not good. Not good at all.

This Same Earth picks up five years after A Hidden Fire. B has not seen Gio in this time even though she desperately wants to. She is still in love with him even though she is trying to love someone else. Just when she decides she needs to really give up on him and move on he shows up.

Gio has been leaving B alone so that she can grow into a woman so he knows that she really loves him. He worried that younger B was just infatuated with him, not in love. So now he is back to try and win her back, win the love of the woman instead of the girl as he says. Well....B has regressed so much it is like she is now 12. I hated her. She was now so whiny and complaining poor me whatever shall I do. Gio loves me, keeps telling me he is back and is not going to leave me again. I understand why B was all I understand why Gio thought he had to leave me, and I do love him but poor me what should I do. I mean I love him so much, I don't want to be without him, but I am just going to complain the entire book about poor poor me. She annoyed me so so much. I just wanted her to either accept Gio or move on. I didn't care which, but please stop complaining so much. I really hated her.

Then B is also pretty stupid in this book. *some spoilers ahead* She has been taking martial arts classes and practicing with the one vampire so she won't be taken again by Lorenzo (or anyone evil). Well what happens? She is incredibly stupid and goes off by herself and gets kidnapped by Lorenzo. Again. I was just like wait, I read this in the first book, only not as intense. This really is just like the first story retold in a more annoying way. It is Gio and B falling in love, or trying to make their way back to each other, and then you have the bad guy kidnap B again so Gio has to save her. Why am I reading this? Could you not think of anything else to do besides what you already did? I mean yes, there were some new story lines, like the death of a vampire, but for the most part I felt like this was A Hidden Fire take 2. Not good. Needless to say I will not be reading any more of these books. I don't think I can handle any more B, and I am not sure the story will be different than what I have now read twice. I don't understand the love for these books.

This review was originally posted to Jen in Bookland
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Please, no more smirks! 7 septembre 2012
Par Baltimore Barb - Publié sur
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The second book in Elizabeth Hunters's elemental mystery series is very entertaining with some fine new characters and good development of old ones. I enjoy the banter between Gio and Beatrice, BUT the constant use of "smirking, smirked, smirks?..." is driving me mad! Stephanie Meyer of Twilight fame seemed to have the same proclivity! Please, please find an alternative word! It doesn't suit the personality of Gio so detracts from his charm and the story itself.
Enough said about that. It's a fun and romantic read and I will look forward to Book 3.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 This Same Earth 7 décembre 2011
Par Tee - Publié sur
Format:Format Kindle
This Same Earth is a fantastic follow up to A Hidden Fire. As you all know I love the library and can lose myself in there. So when I first heard about this series and that it took place in a library I was like Holy Cow I need to read this! I was not disappointed :)

This Same Earth picks up where A Hidden fire left off. Gio and Bea are no longer together. Gio let Bea go to college in California to get her Master's and to have a life. But every year he leaves tickets for her to go to their favorite place Cochamo Valley in Chile. She goes every summer saying this is it she will not return but every summer she packs up and goes in hopes of seeing Gio. She loves the house in the valley and spends her summer nights dreaming of Gio and longing to touch him. Gio has decided he wants Bea to have a normal life and tries to stay away from her so she can move on but he to is suffering and missing her.

Gio can no longer take being seperated from Bea so he decides to pay her a visit. She is furious with him and does not want anything to do with him because she is hurt and has moved on. But Gio being Gio (God I love him!)does not give up. He asks her to help him with a translation of some letters he needs and she agrees to help him and be nothing more than friends. As time goes by Bea realizes that she and Gio work well together. They decipher the letters to help find out where her father is hiding but then the unexpected happens and someone that is very close to them needs them.

Bea has to make a very hard decision and that is to go and help Gio and her friend or stay behind and chance losing Gio again. What is a girl to do? Will she chose her new life or will she chose Gio? Will they be together? And will they find her father? What will Bea do when she comes face to face with the monster who kidnapped her?

Come along for the greatest ride of a lifetime. See Gio and Bea in action and meet some new characters and enjoy the old ones.Come see what Carwyn and Tanzin and Lorenzo have been up to.......
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