When Logan, an Air Elemental whose role in life is to police other Supernatural’s behaviour, is thrust against Connell, a macho, Alpha Werewolf, searching for the person who stole his Wolf, sparks are sure to fly. These two unlikely partners join forces to uncover the mystery happening in Connell’s Were pack. Who is stealing the shifter form of these Werewolves, for what purpose and what ancient magic are they utilising to achieve their evil aims? In Air: The Elementals Book Two, L.B. Gilbert takes us on an at times, romantic, but always exhilarating journey deep into the woods of the strongest werewolf pack in North America, as Logan and Connell race time, betrayal and their own deep feelings for each other to unravel the mystery of the stolen shifter forms?
I’m not a great reader of Werewolf or Magic type stories, but I was totally entranced with the characters drawn by Gilbert, in Air. Logan, a diminutive, Asian, Air Elemental was a wonderful character, full of sass, full of cockiness and more than a match for the overbearing, eternally macho and, of course, gorgeously sexy Connell. Both appeared to have finally met their match in each other and it seemed logical that they would be drawn to each other. Some of the best dialogue in the book was the snappy and witty repartee from, especially Logan, but also Connell. In addition to this, the author took us on a journey filled with twists and turns that never ceased to surprise. In fact, despite my initial reservations of the book, given the content, I can honestly say Air is one of the best books I’ve read this year. It was “un-put-downable” and I raced through it with little pause. An excellent read and within its genre, definitely one of the best.