Sunday, November 16, 2014

Review for: A Very Levet Christmas by Alexandra Ivy


A Very Levet Christmas
Alexandra Ivy
Guardians of Eternity # 11.5
Ebook Published by Zebra
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A gargoyle of Levet’s charm and intelligence should not be facing a solitary Christmas. True, he may appear a little unconventional—not to mention unconventionally little—even for a gargoyle. But what Levet lacks in height he makes up for in loyalty, and being banned from the festivities surrounding the Queen of Weres’ new pups is quite unfair.

So when a beautiful Christmas angel begs for help in fulfilling her duties, Levet has nothing better to do than agree. Armed with a magical wand, Levet confronts Damon, a pureblood Were intent on seizing the throne. Challenging the King will put the pups at risk—and drive away Damon’s potential mate, Gia. Who better to convince Damon to choose love, not war, than a gargoyle expert in amour? With a little magic, and a lot of Levet, this may yet be a truly wonderful Christmas time.

My Review:

You would be a Scrooge not to like this magical novella. After Harley gives birth to her children, little Levet is not allowed to see his friend Harley's children by orders from her overprotective mate Salvatore. Trying to find a way to visit his friend, he runs into a Christmas Angel who needs his help. Equipped with a wand, Levet ends up aiding the were Damon and his possible mate, Gia, providing some important truths which come to light and could prevent a war among the Weres. While small in length, this story still packs a punch and is an excellent addition to the Guardians of Eternity series.

The ARC of this story was provided by NetGalley for an honest review.