The Scribe: Irin Chronicles Book One


4.5 out of 5 stars “I am in love with this new series.


5 stars …this may actually be THE best thing I have read this year.

—Douglas Meeks, Amazon Top 500 Reviewer, Paranormal Romance Guild

Hunter’s finest work to date…. This book is simply stunning.

—Leisha O’Quinn, Rolopolo Book Blog – Smashwords – iBooks
Kobo – Barnes & Noble


Hidden at the crossroads of the world, an ancient race battles to protect humanity, even as it dies from within.

Ava Matheson came to Istanbul looking for answers, but others came looking for her. A reckless warrior guards her steps, but will Malachi’s own past blind him to the truth of who Ava might be? While ancient forces gather around them, both Ava and Malachi search for answers.

Whispering voices. Deadly touch. Their passion should be impossible… or it could be the only thing that will keep them alive.

THE SCRIBE is the first book in the Irin Chronicles, the new paranormal romance series from Elizabeth Hunter, author of the Elemental Mysteries.



  1. Ms. Hunter –
    I stumbled across your book, “The Scribe: Irin Chronicles Book One” as I searched for something good to read in iBooks, and I have only one criticism…”No! It can’t end this way…in fact, it can’t end!” I loved it! I am an omnivore type reader…I love so many kinds of books – “The Scribe” is wonderful! I can’t wait for the story to continue.
    Thank you and write fast, please.

  2. This is very unfortunate. I bought the book the day it came out, and read it the same day. It was amazing. So I read it again this time at least taking a couple days to do so (yes, my husband says I have a problem!). Spring is way to far away. This is cruel and unusual. I need to stop reading so much, so my books last longer!

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  4. Talesm — pronunciation? meaning? where does the word come from. I was looking for the correct pronunciation and can’t even find a word origin lol..

    • That would be because it’s a completely made up word, Bobbi! I based most of the Old Language off of Chaldean, Aramaic, Hebrew, and Sanskrit, using proto-semetic root words and proto-indo european roots to create words that could have developed in my fictional world.

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