Review: Lexi’s Legacy by Rick H. Veal
Lexi’s story is one of discovery and growth as a shy and sheltered academic young girl faces the unknowns of an adult world. After receiving her life-long dream of teaching history in a European college, Lexi begins to settle comfortably into adulthood. She is happy and content with her life surrounded by other scholars at the University of Berlin.
When she is suddenly and unexpectedly diagnosed with terminal cancer, her dream crumbles and her life begins to collapse around her … she shouldn’t be dying at twenty-two … it’s just not right … it’s just not fair. But amid the clouds of hopeless despair, a light begins to shine and a new world suddenly opens to her. Lexi discovers an unexpected cure from an unlikely source and two best friends become eternal friends.
Lexi tells her tale of life, the despair of losing one and the joy of finding another, as she leaves behind her human life and begins her journey into a new immortal life. She recounts the changes that take place as she enters a supernatural world she never knew existed. Lexi discovers there’s much to learn about her new world as she joins Katelyn and James at Whitehall Plantation.
Travel with Lexi as she takes you on an adventure of life changing proportions; watch as she grows and matures into the life of a fledgling vampire. Listen as she tells you about how her life changes … about love … found … lost … and found again.
Lexi’s Legacy is set in the historic cities of Charleston, South Carolina and Savannah, Georgia.
I loved Lexi in The Master of Whitehall. She was a strong character in that book that made a lasting impact on me. I was happy to see that the second book was about her and her struggles. In the last book we find that she is dying from cancer with only a few weeks to live and Katelyn offers her the ‘Gift’ so she can continue to live. Thankfully Lexi accepts because if she didn’t I think I would’ve been seriously upset. Through Lexi’s Legacy you learn more about her story after she received the ‘Gift’. At first I was happy for her not only because she got to continue to live but also because she met Mikey. I really liked him until he really made me mad when Lexi confessed to him and he took it completely the wrong way. My heart broke. But I was glad she had Katelyn and everyone at Master of Whitehall. They are truly like a family that can count on each other at anytime.
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Posted on January 14, 2015, in 18+, 18+ Reviews, review, Romance and tagged 5 stars, Lexi's Legacy, Paranormal, Paranormal Romance, Rick H. Veal, Romance, Vampires, Vamps. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.