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This is Part Three of a four-part serialized Fantasy Erotic Romance with a length of about 14,600 words. It contains strong sexual content and is not intended for readers under 18. Tied up in knots about finally seeing Sethian for the first time in a month, Emily fears her nerves alone will give away the secret she desperately wishes to keep from the elven king. However, tThis is Part Three of a four-part serialized Fantasy Erotic Romance with a length of about 14,600 words. It contains strong sexual content and is not intended for readers under 18. Tied up in knots about finally seeing Sethian for the first time in a month, Emily fears her nerves alone will give away the secret she desperately wishes to keep from the elven king. However, there are important things Sethian has yet to tell his new human wife as well, things she may wish he had kept to himself…...

Title : claimed by the elven king part three
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ISBN : 22096202
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claimed by the elven king part three Reviews

  • Linda
    2019-05-19 17:52

    This is my review of the omnibus edition which includes parts one thru parts four: An enthralling, imaginative, descriptive, intense, fast-paced, ADULT fairy tale romance.It was the middle of the night when they came for me. Even now I can’t be sure of the time, whether they waited for me to have been asleep long enough to ensure that I would be super confused if accidentally awakened, or if they had waited until after midnight when my roommate usually headed out for her graveyard shift at the hospital.Claimed by the Elven King by Cristina Rayne is an erotic paranormal romance told in the heroine’s first person point of view. It contains strong, mature adult content. This marks my first foray into any books written by Cristina Rayne and the first I’ve ever listened to anything voiced by Emily Wahlund. I was originally drawn to this audio as the male pictured on the cover reminded me slightly of The Goblin King. Besides the entitled attitude, the similarities ended there. This is the story of human Emily Ford and Sethian, the Elven King.As the story opens, we are with Emily, a human, as she is abducted by the elven guard in the middle of the night. She is confused and, at points, in pain, as her body is prepared for the transition from the human world to the world of the Sidhe. She learns that she has been taken to be mated to the Elven King and to produce his heirs because elven women are barren. We are present as she is becomes his bride and as she is integrated into the day-to-day of the elven court. I will add that what happened to Emily would not be ok in real life, but, in the author’s fantasy world, it works well. Amid the throes of a steamy encounter, the couple discover that they are destined soul mates. So what starts out as insta-love, actually develops into a loving relationship. Following please find a few of my favorite quotes from Claimed by the Elven King:For what felt like hours, we sucked on each other’s tongues while his hands seemed determined to search out and skillfully caress every spot on my body within reach that made me shudder and moan, his rock-hard erection equally determined to stimulate me into a frenzy as he sensually rubbed himself almost teasingly against my pelvis. Then before I knew it, his considerable girth was inside me…--- Sethian began, sounding thoughtful. “As I said, last night was more than a night of pleasure. When I brought you into my bed, you became my wife.--- I seemed to leave my body momentarily, and another presence filled me—Sethian—every bit of emptiness within my soul had become saturated with his essence. No—bonded. Joined, connected—our souls had somehow become one.Emily Wahlund, the narrator, did a very good job bringing this story to life. She consistently voiced and differentiated between the characters exuding the proper emotions. She was easy to understand. I’m glad that I elected to listen to the audio of this read but it definitely required headphones.Claimed by the Elven King is an enthralling, imaginative, descriptive, intense, fast-paced, fairy tale romance. Besides the frequent, steamy, vivid, extremely hot sex, there’s love, court politics and treachery. The story and characters are well-developed and the tale held my interest through-out. I’d like to check out the other titles from this series. If you enjoy fascinating, exceedingly erotic, paranormal romantic fantasies, I would encourage you to check out Claimed by the Elven King. Get the Omnibus as I can’t imagine reading it in serialized form.My full review is published at Reading Between the Wines Book Club. Please check it out there: http://www.readingbetweenthewinesbook...

  • Ramona
    2019-04-24 15:36

    Horrible!!!!!!!! The story line is great, but you read maybe 20 pages and the book stops. If you want to read the rest of the story it's in the next book. So you never finish a book because the books are all about 20 pages. Then a go to buy the next book so you can finish a portion of the story only to find out it's going up in price. Don't waste your money, it's not worth it.Horrible!!!!!!! The story line is great, but you read maybe 20 pages and the book stops. If you want to read the rest of the story it's in the next book. So you never finish a complete book because the books are all about 20 pages long. Then your stuck buying another book so you can finish a portion of the story only to find out it's going up on price. Don't waste your money, it's not worth it.

  • Janet Russell
    2019-05-05 16:53

    Part three of four!Part three of the series, good story but disappointed there is no back story too give the story more depth! Hope the last is the best!

  • Deanna from Deanna's World
    2019-04-24 23:48

    *** Note: this is a review for the whole series *** THERE ARE NO SPOILERS IN THIS REVIEWAs you can see, this is a 4 part serial. Serials have become very "in" lately, with a lot of authors writing in serials and publishing more frequently. I don't want to turn this into a treatise on how I feel about serials, but believe me when I say I have opinions! If you are interested in them, it can be the topic of another blog post. Let me know.When I first picked up part 1, I didn't realise it was a serial. I thought: "oh elves, me like!" and went from there. Needless to say, I was surprised when I finished the first part in minutes and was like "WTH just happened?" but by then, I was hooked, which I guess is the whole point of the serial right?Anyway, I reluctantly downloaded the rest of the series and fortunately, for me, the complete series was already out, so I didn't have to wait. I think if I had to wait, it would have been double the frustration between finding out it was a serial and the fact that I had to wait between instalments.As a story, I really enjoyed this. I also really enjoyed the world that Cristina Rayne built for these elves. The story was well written and the characters were likable. However, I felt that I was always left hanging and wanting more. That's probably the point of the serial, but at the same time, I think because of how short each instalment is and the fact that she was trying to get to the point of the action of that particular part of the serial, the world building could have had more depth, which I think the short word count did not allow for.I was always wanting to know more. More about Sethian, more about the world, more about the magic, more about everything. I did learn plenty about Emily, particularly because the whole series was focused on her, but even then there were probably things that I would have liked to learn more about.There were many parts, particularly in the last part of the serial where I actually went back and reread quite a few times because I felt like I needed to know more about it. Perhaps I missed something while reading it the first time? Perhaps I'm not picking up on some of the nuances of the writing? Perhaps if I read it for a third time, I'll learn more this time? Nope. That was not to be.You're probably surprised that I gave this series 4 stars but the fact is, I really enjoyed it. I enjoyed it all but I just wanted MORE! I didn't think that wanting more warranted me rating it any lower because generally, it was all good. It just left me with a weird book hangover that was not like any other book hangover I've ever experience.

  • P.A. Lupton
    2019-05-10 23:41

    This novel wasn’t completely bad, but there were two things that almost completely ruined the book for me. I was completely into the story from the beginning and found it completely interesting. However, I was also completely annoyed by the author’s overuse of the word completely. Seriously, I think she must have used it 10,000 times. I thought about sending the author an email to inform her of this nifty little invention known as a thesaurus. It was almost as if she felt the reader wouldn’t understand the depth of emotion a character was experiencing until she added the word completely to it. Normally, I don’t notice little things like that, but it was obvious and irritating after a while. Personally, I think it was probably inexperience. As I said, I thought the story was great. The author did an excellent job of weaving an interesting fantasy world. I’ve never read a book about elves, but I liked it. The characters were well thought out and the pacing of the story was excellent. I think after she gets a few books under her belt, this author will sharpen up her writing skills and little amateurish traits, such as using completely in every sentence, will disappear. The other thing that almost destroyed this book for me was the fact that I listened to it in audio. I do NOT recommend listening to this one. In fact, I would venture as far as saying this was hands down the WORST narrator I’ve ever listened to. She reminded me of Ben Stein saying Bueller, Bueller, Bueller in Ferris Bueller’s Day Off. In fact, I think he showed more intonation than this narrator did. Her words were clipped, awkward, and the whole story came out stilted. If I ever see a book narrator by this author I will avoid it and read the ebook.

  • Gemma H
    2019-05-08 18:37

    It was only because of the strength and fascination of the story itself that I continued on and readClaimed by the Elven King: Part Three, given the exceptionally disappointing short length of Part Two. I was not disappointed this time as it was twice the size of the last.Emily has been left alone in the castle for a month without seeing Sethian which has made her feel very insecure and exceptionally nervous when it is announced she is going to finally be visited by him, she has dreamed of him, never stopped thinking of him and within hours he is going to be there – will she manage to pull off not coming across needy and jealous of his time away and will she be able to keep her own secrets? Sethian himself has a few secrets to reveal………. What will be the effect when the two’s secrets come together? will it make or break them?Again I loved this story and I am looking forward to reading Part Four which is the final in the Series, I personally believe that Cristina Rayne can with this story line do so much more, possibly more than a Four Part series? The plot has huge potential to become a much bigger story/stories, the characters could become so much more, with the world that they are in being expanded upon to include more detail about the Royal Court, the Elven land and people, their traditions and much more.

  • Nickcole
    2019-05-16 15:42

    Stars: 4Overall: Emily hasn't seen Sethian in over a month and now she is finally asking the questions, she should've in the beginning. Her ladies in waiting have been teaching her Elven and some of the ways of their people. She finds out she is pregnant, but doesn't want to say anything because she is scared she will loose what she has with Sethian. She reassures her that they are soul bonded and nothing will ever come between them and their family. Pros: I liked how Sethian seemed to be there whenever she really needed him and the explanation on why he knew she was already pregnant. Cons: I wanted a longer story than what was given. I think it would've made the story a bit more understandable if we were given more information on the land she was living in and what was really expected from her. I feel like Characters: Emily & SethianPage Turner: YesSeries Cont: YesRecommend: Yes

  • Nellie Lind
    2019-05-03 23:36

    I love the way Cristina writes. She has a way of making you feel as if you are really there and you become emotionally involved with the characters. The social and cultural differences lay as a foundation in this part of the story, and the female characters reactions are credible. This was an intriguing continue to this story and I look forward to part four.

  • Jessica Adams
    2019-05-15 17:37

    Amazing!!!!Amazing!!!!I am absolutely addicted to this series!!! the next two weeks are going to be torture!! cannot wait for book four if you love a good fairy tale romance then this is it! must read!!!

  • Tracey Carpenter
    2019-04-21 16:29

    I have always loved reading about Elves.I' really have enjoyed reading about the Eleven way of life. I love the fact that they seem so very much different than we are and have been.

  • dumbells
    2019-05-07 18:44

    Same review as for book 1, as it seems i read all four parts and didn't realize they were compiled.

  • Michelle
    2019-04-29 19:34

    Claimed by the eleven kingemm is carrying the kings off spring and worry sets in that he don't love her. wonder how this is going to go over with the queen

  • Malika
    2019-05-17 18:58

    GreatOmg love this story wish they were longer I need more ,excited to read elven brothers next ,hope there will be more like this in the future

  • Candice
    2019-05-12 23:32

    Part 3short and hot. I totally understand her fears as well and what is he not telling her....when do us the next book come out

  • williamGoodrow
    2019-05-03 15:31

    Claimed by the Elven King: part threeThis was ok, a little slow for me, I feel Cristina needs to pick up the pace a little more.

  • Larissa
    2019-05-08 19:47

    I am looking forward to reading about what happens next! I just wish she wasn't so dependent on the King but I can see why she would be.

  • Sarah
    2019-05-15 18:45

    2.5 stars.It was weird and so-so.

  • Elaine
    2019-05-07 23:30

    Best of the series so far but still struggling to engage with the main characters.

  • Patti Ashley
    2019-05-04 18:49

    Okay chapterNot sure I care enough to continue. It is a good story with lots of potential but I am not patient and this is taking forever to get no ing.