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Dark Matter (Elemental Enmity Book II)
     

Dark Matter (Elemental Enmity Book II)

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by Christie L. Rich
 

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Rayla Tate's dreams for the future shattered when she discovered she was an Elemental. Thrust, once again, into the magical realm of Faeresia, another man emerges who wants to make Rayla his own. Tall, dark and lethal to her will, Heath uses compulsion to wear her down. She risks everything to escape him, which brings her closer to a dark force that is intent on

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Rayla Tate's dreams for the future shattered when she discovered she was an Elemental. Thrust, once again, into the magical realm of Faeresia, another man emerges who wants to make Rayla his own. Tall, dark and lethal to her will, Heath uses compulsion to wear her down. She risks everything to escape him, which brings her closer to a dark force that is intent on stealing her burgeoning power.

The Order will stop at nothing to create a male Elemental, and willing or not, Rayla is the key. Caught up in the age-old battle for dominance between human and fae, will she be able to save those she loves most, or will she be forever haunted by the choices she alone can make?

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ISBN-13:
9781493701001
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
11/06/2013
Pages:
294
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.62(d)

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Dark Matter 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 48 reviews.
Kahlolily More than 1 year ago
Dark Matter, the second installment to Five was disappointing to me. The author really came into her own at the end of the first book and I was really looking forward to reading Dark Matter however I really found the character Rayla to be quite annoying. At the end of the book I found myself frustrated and upset. I was going to give the book 3 stars and then it dawned on me that the author spun the tale so artfully that I became "involved" with the book. The author really developed all the characters and the storyline in such a way that I became emotionally invested in how the story evolved. I may not like in what direction the story is going or the decisions the characters make but that is the true talent of the author, to help you escape and forget who you are and where you are even if its only for a little while.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
First of all let me say the length of the book threw me off. The book is over 1100 pages. But i couldnt put down the book, the book captured my attention completely. The author writes wonderfully, the story flows so smoothly. I can wait until the third book is released. The series is awesome and i highly suggest the book and series to everyone. Secretly im hoping rayla will finally be bonded to Heath, but right now who knows lol
Danielle_C_Smiley More than 1 year ago
So what did I love(some of this is copied from book 1's review)? The plot is complex, mysterious and intriguing. I love Ms. Rich's striking verbiage. She paints the most beautiful scenes, ones of which you can practically feel the texture without being bogged down with useless details. Her stories ooze with creativity and magic! Then, the characters: Rayla is the perfect protagonist. Likable from the start, but with room for character growth, I immediately connected with Rayla. That character growth (which I love) is steady, believable and well written. The characters surrounding her are well-rounded with their own back stories and issues. The antagonists (and those we aren't sure are which they are) are dimensional, not merely evil with their own inner struggles. Then there's the sizzling chemistry between Rayla and these mysterious fellas hanging around! You'd think that having so many men involved would not gel right with the reader, but Ms. Rich has an incredible way writing each of these characters in a way that you completely empathize with Rayla in not being able to choose. In book 1, I was 100% Zach, but then came Luke ... and in book 2, there's even more!!! It's hard to express how well Ms. Rich writes chemistry. And the crazy thing is, there's never anything more than kissing. Rayla has standards (good for you, girl!). Book 2 picks up right where book 1 left off. Thrown right into the action, I read this book cover to cover in 2 days. Sleep's overrated anyhow. I was shocked that there was still even more sexy men introduced and found myself rooting for Heath in no time flat. Poor Rayla just doesn't know who to trust, and who to let in to her heart. The whole compulsion thing makes everything all the more confusing. This makes for some crazy good reading! Then, just when we've gotten deep into fae issues, BOOM we are hit with the human bad guy side and again nothing is as it seems. Hmmm... crazy intriguing! I must read book 3 ... which came out just last month ... right away! See more of my reviews on my blog, Known to Read.
Nawnee More than 1 year ago
After reading Five I just had to know more about this story and thank god there is a second book already out. Now my only problem is I read it in a day :( and there is no third book to appease my dying curiosity. The Second book ends on a cliff hanger of mass proportions, having said this that is the only complaint I have about this entire book. Like with most writers Christie seems to hit her stride with her second book. The writing is smoother and paints a more vivid picture. This story so intrigued me that I didn't even notice I was coming up on the end of the book, the end took me by such surprise I had to scroll back to make sure I hadn't accidently skipped a page. The story line is wonderfully paced with just the right amount of information to action sequences. The romance continues and the main character is actually being wooed by more men than ever before. I'm a little on the fence about Rayla's choices of men I'm not even sure with how the story is playing out which one to vote for her to end up with. There is a one that is a front runner for me that I would gladly pick if I could only find him lol. I fell in love with this story and its characters I just wish we got a different perspective sometimes than just Rayla's, or that she would learn more about the men and other people that surround her everyday life. You find out a lot of information in this book but I'm still dying to know more there are so many things left hanging that Rayla seems to forget about once the action starts, I can't blame her for getting distracted she's constantly in danger of being malled, molested, stolen, or killed. Rayla is really coming into her power in this book but with all the action she was a little behind the times for trying to use it or learn about herself. I think for a bit she got to dependent on someone always rescuing her, when she finally figures out she's strong enough to rescue herself and everyone around her the book shortly comes to an end. I think book three is going to be filled with amazing revelations *fingers crossed* I really liked the book cover on this book also it is beautiful. If you haven't read this series I recommend you buy both books wont regret getting lost in this story, but reading them out of order is not recommended you will miss a lot of important information from the first book and ruin reading it second.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Such a wonderful book,series!!! Love love love. I could not put it down
TomWinshipTW More than 1 year ago
This follow-up to "Five" has more twists and turns than a roller coaster and really delivers the goods! While the first half of the novel still had too many "gorgeous guy" passages for my liking--alas, I'm still not the target audience here (see the confession in my review for the aforementioned "Five")--the midway point saw the book suddenly rocket down a path that was unexpected, thrilling, and altogether enthralling! It was almost as if Rich grew tired of fun and games, ripped the kid gloves off, and decided to unleash something dark and dangerous upon the reader. And it works; it ups the ante by many notches and will dare fainthearted readers to find the courage to continue. YA and fantasy fans should definitely check this series out!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I spot Velvetsnow not far ahead, and so sped up my pace slightly. As soon as she fell, however, l dropped the berries and ran faster towards her. "Hey," l whispered gently to Velvetsnow. "What's wrong, what hurts?" I look down at her, but could not see much in the darkness. ~&#8499issingmoon
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Book one and two kept me reading for two nights can't wait for third book to be released
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Really loving this swries. Can't wait to see who Rayla picks!
risenshine6am More than 1 year ago
from the first to the last page I was so involved in the story. Finished one book and the next just picked up where I left off. An absolute must read from beginning to end... you will be transported to their lands and become part of their family... hope you enjoy the entire series
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I loved this book it was better then the first one can't wait for the next book
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved the first!! Cant wait to read this one!!!!*
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed this book. I felt like it was a in between book that needed to set up for book three. It has some slow parts but overall it is a good book to read
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Great read
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
You will be wondering through each page, as well as constantly changing your mind through the entire series!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved this series from start to finish. I read all of them within a few weeks. The writing and plot really sucks you in. Was sad to see it end. But it was an amazing ending!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Totally worth reading it
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Definitely worth reading.
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