The Elementals Series: Deception

The Elementals Series: Deception

44 Part Story 402K Reads 5.4K Votes
Janine Mimi De Jesus By janinemimi Updated Sep 17, 2015

Five years after she disappeared Aubrette Benson returned to Elementare Academy, the most prestigious academy for elementals. With her bi-colored eyes, one green and one blue, she has the ability to control two elements: wind and water. But when she returns she causes a stir. Where has she been? Why did she come back? Where did she learn to be the powerful elemental she is today?
    
    Along with her return come mysterious deaths all linked back to her. So why is Aubrette Benson back after all these years, and what is her connection to these deaths?

thekels thekels Jun 29, 2014 10:26AM
Lovely start. I like the descriptive phrases used. Plus I love how you start the story immediately with the dialogue. Poor Blase. 
                                    
                                    I think I'm in love with your writing style. Great job. @Janinemimi Will continue reading...Bye for now
                                    
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RossHealy21 RossHealy21 Feb 07, 2014 03:33AM
Starts with a bang! Or should I say, gale force wind! The cover grabbed me first, but the prologue blew me away
                                    
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XxNight_OwlxX XxNight_OwlxX Jan 30, 2014 05:49PM
Extremely descriptive! love it. I just read this prologue and I can't wait to see what the first chapter is going to be like! Seeya! I just have to go to 1st chap now!
I love it! It reminds me of Vampire Academy but it's still very original :)
janinemimi janinemimi Aug 17, 2011 06:00PM
@Babym2310 When Deception is *hopefully* published I'll get to work on writing it. At the moment I'm editing it with the help of my agent.
                                    
                                    Janine Mimi
bryony_angwen bryony_angwen Aug 09, 2011 01:16PM
Great story. I really liked some of the descriptions you gave, very visual!