And by live, I mean in the immortal-creature-of-the-night sense, naturally.
Thank you to everyone who has been following along on the blog while I posted, and thank you to everyone who waited until the book is available to buy, as well! Imitation and Alchemy is getting some pretty great reviews, which is always nice:
“Imitation and Alchemy is an astonishing fantasy-filled adventure topped to the brim with intelligence, suspense, and delicious, yet morally questionable decisions.[<-EH note: I feel like this quote possibly sums up Tenzin’s character as a whole.]” ReaderEater.com
“It is rare an author can create characters so enchanting, a world so captivating or a plot so enthralling that it could make it through more than a dozen books. But Elizabeth Hunter can do it – and she does it in spades. I loved this novella.” The Lit Buzz
“…It’s fast and fun and a very Tenzin-like little heist. I thoroughly enjoyed it, and I think you will too. Recommended.” Nocturnal Book Reviews
All Ben Vecchio wanted was a quiet summer before his last semester of university. Was that too much to ask?
All Tenzin wanted was a cache of priceless medieval coins that had been missing for several hundred years.
And some company.
Phrases like “never again” don’t mean much when you’ve been a vampire for several thousand years. And promises made in the heat of anger don’t always outweigh the lure of gold. Ben Vecchio thought he knew everything there was to know about the immortals of Italy. But when Tenzin tempts him into another adventure, finding a cache of rare gold coins missing since the nineteenth century, he’ll discover that familiar places can hold the most delicious secrets. And possibly the key to his future.
Ben and Tenzin are back in an all-new novella in the Elemental Legacy series.