A Review of Leon’s Lair

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Hi Folks. Here are a couple of wonderful reviews on Amazon for Leon’s Lair:

5 Stars – Leon’s Not a “Sparkly” Vampire
What a thrill ride! This book is very well written. The back story is very well done. The Phoenix are a team that write books that transport you to the world they create. “Leon’s Lair” has the whole paranormal gamut of creatures. The story is about pirates who just happen to also be vampires or is it vampires that happen to also be pirates, lol. The vampire pirates have a nearly insatiable need for sex and blood. They prey on ships, including cruise ships, in order to kidnap young beautiful women to suck their blood as they rape them. Doing this gives them extraordinary powers such as mind reading and the ability to move quickly. They also increase the wealth they already have by selling valuables from aboard the ships.

In this story, after looting a cruise ship and stealing several women aboard, they unknowingly allow the escape of Peter, Nick, Jane and another man in a lifeboat. After weeks lost at sea they just happen to land on the one island that is home to Leon and his pirates. The adventures and intrigues begin there with a roller coaster ride of thrills and intrigues. For me, one of the most poignant sentences in the book is, Jane – “Leon was a complex and complicated person. So filled with love for her, so filled with hope for the future, and so completely insane”. This book doesn’t disappoint at all!

5 Stars – An amazing story for the lovers of Romance and Paranormal books with kick ass characters.
I received this book as a gift from the author, Phoenix. I have not read a vampire book in a long while, so if I had not received it as a gift, I may never have given it a second look. From the very first this book was interesting. There are so many aspects to this story. It is not just a vampire book. There are wizards, real and false vampires (you need to read the book to find out the difference.)

Phoenix takes you on a journey all over the world. Unlike some books where the descriptions of locations makes the book drag and you wonder if the author is just trying to add pages, you feel transported to the deck of the cruise ship, the tropical islands, the streets of Boston, the castles of Scotland, and even Indonesia.

This is a love story, a story of survival, revenge, obsession, terror, and evil.

Thank you Phoenix for the gift of your book.

See it on Amazon.com

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