Burdened by Desire by J.L. Sheppard

Burdened by Desire by J.L. Sheppard
Publisher: Self-Published
Genre: Paranormal, Contemporary
Length: Full length (307 pages)
Other: M/F
Rating: 4 stars
Reviewed by Moonflower

Jocelyn Davis is stuck between two worlds but not completely a part of either. As an Elemental, her abilities over the elements of the Earth won’t evolve until she meets her fated, the man destined for her. Until then, she’s easy prey and coveted by Malum Inmortalis, the rogue immortals intent on conquering the world. They abducted her once before. Still, she’s determined to live her life to its fullest, and risking capture isn’t slowing her down.
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Alpha werewolf, Landon Waden, has lived with the knowledge his fated female, the one woman created for him, is just beyond his reach. For months, he’s denied her. He’s had no choice. She can’t give him what the pack needs—an heir. When an attempt is made on her life, he can’t help himself. His instinct demands he make sure she’s safe. But then, there’s one problem: he can’t walk away. He won’t. If only she can forgive him for his greatest mistake…

The world is changing, and the paranormals need to change with it. Jocelyn is an Elemental, just like her sisters. Her fated mate is an alpha shifter, with a major obligation to his pack. Can these two ever find happiness together, or will they be destined to be separate?

This was an intriguing story, with plenty of steam and action going on. The world-building is clear, and the characters are all well written. There was no ‘big bad’ in this story really, which absolutely worked because the trouble between Landon and Jocelyn needed to have its space, without being overcrowded with extra details.

The only thing I’m not too clear on is just how many elements Jocelyn and her sister can control? With their title of Elementals, I would have thought they could use all four. Both sisters only use fire and air, although earth was mentioned for Jenna.

This is definitely a series to continue, and I have no hesitation in recommending it.

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