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Tuesday, April 2, 2013

Levet by Alexandra Ivy

I've been waiting for a back story on Levet, everyone's favorite little womanizing gargoyle from Alexandra Ivy's "Guardians Of Eternity" series for quite some time & I'm so happy it's finally here..
This wonderful novella gives us great insight on the emotionally damaged little gargoyle that we love so much and explains so much about him.. It brings us to Levet's home in Paris, and a confrontation with the family who shunned him.. 
It's a novella so I won't release any spoilers but it's highly satisfying & goes a long way in explaining Levet & his complicated personality.. I can't wait for more on this amazing character, not to mention that Santiago's book will be released soon, as well, so there's even more to watch for in this series!
Ms. Ivy is a wonderfully detailed author who does everything she can to draw the reader in & connect on a soul deep level and Levet is a prime example of her amazing work! 
Don't miss this novella, nor any of her fantastic "Guardians Of Eternity" series if you are a lover of the paranormal!

Platinum gives "Levet" and Ms. Ivy:

5 Platinum Rings!

Gargoyles do not admire difference--and Levet is undeniably different. Of miniscule stature, rather beastly looks, and with fragile, delicate wings, even his family has shunned him, banished him from his beloved Paris. That he is the only gargoyle ever to help defeat the Dark Lord and his hordes of minions makes no impression. But now Levet has come home, determined to be restored to the official Gargoyle Guild. To do so, he must confront the most feared gargoyle in all of Europe. The one who tried to kill him as a child: his own mother. . .

With few allies, Levet's survival may depend on the aid of two strangers: Valla, a beautiful but damaged nymph, and Elijah, the fiercely possessive, love-struck vampire clan chief to whom she can't quite surrender--unless Levet has something to do with it. . .


“Such a large mouth for such a tiny creature,” Claudine growled, pointing a claw in his direction. “It’s time someone taught you a lesson in manners.”
“Ah.” Levet smiled. “If only I had a euro for every time I heard that threat.”

The female gargoyle growled like a rabid Were. Not at all attractive for a gargoyle..
And she wondered why she couldn't get a mate?

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