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Leo Rising: Fire and Water Series Book 1
     

Leo Rising: Fire and Water Series Book 1

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by Christine Besze
 

Tattoos, muscles, and dimples ̶ Theo’s the whole package. And that package should come with a warning label.

He makes my mouth water and my body burn.

Trouble...that’s what he is.

Now my house has been blown up and we’re on the run.

My name is Victoria “Tori” Gracen ̶ high school senior ̶

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Tattoos, muscles, and dimples ̶ Theo’s the whole package. And that package should come with a warning label.

He makes my mouth water and my body burn.

Trouble...that’s what he is.

Now my house has been blown up and we’re on the run.

My name is Victoria “Tori” Gracen ̶ high school senior ̶ currently the mob’s most wanted.

***This novel is intended for readers 18+ due to mild violence, sexual situations, and language. This is also a stand alone novel, no cliffhanger endings.***

Product Details

BN ID:
2940151986069
Publisher:
Christine Besze
Publication date:
07/24/2015
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
1,238,144
File size:
451 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

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Meet the Author

Christine Besze is a writer, reader, crossfit/kettlebell obsessed, mother, wife, and lover of all things wine. She lives in her own world of crazy most days, because the voices inside her head hold some great conversation. When she does have to come back to reality and act like an actual grown-up, she spends her time with her handsome hubby, Zoltan, their two gorgeous gingers, and their mini-herd of German Shepherds. Born in sunny Southern California, you'll find her in flip-flops—with a full glass of wine—all year round.

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Leo Rising: Fire and Water Series Book 1 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
raven90 More than 1 year ago
This is a great read, couldn't put it down, looking forward to the next book in the series!
BookMama_1 More than 1 year ago
Tori was adopted when she was a young girl. With her 18th birthday around the corner, she decides that she would like to find her birth parents. Theo is new to their school and Tori loses all train of thought when he's around. Soon, things start to get heated between the two of them and she feels it's only fitting to introduce Theo to her father at her birthday dinner. The night of the dinner everything goes to hell in handbasket with a pretty red bow. Nothing is as it seems anymore. Not her parents, Theo, even the bullies at school. Although it suddenly makes sense why her parents taught her how to fight and to use a gun. Now, it's time for the truth, leaving Tori more confused than ever. Loved this book! At first I wondered why the prologue was about characters that weren't in the book. It didn't make sense to me. Then, the more I read, the more it made sense! LOL! I thought the book started out a little slow, but otherwise the author had me flipping the pages wanting more. I needed to figure out what the heck was going on with Tori. What craziness was going to happen next? Once the story gets going and events reveal themselves, you can pretty much put every character in their place. A felt like a couple of the supporting characters needed a bit more background to them, but other than that it was very well written. However, a few things nagged at me that needed answers. A couple things confused me in the end. If Theo knew of Carmine's family, why didn't he recognize Gia? I would think in that life, you what your enemies look like. Why were Dani & Shelby dragged into that house and how did they get out? Only a small explanation is given for how they got there, not why. I'm also still confused on how Kevin and Landon tie into the whole thing and what they were supposed to get out of it. That wasn't really explained at all. And why, was Kevin want Tori so much?? Dani's book is next, so maybe we'll get a few answers there. All in all, it was a great book! *I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.*