O-Men: Liege's Legion - Liege

O-Men: Liege's Legion - Liege

by Elaine Levine

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BN ID: 2940161551349
Publisher: Elaine Levine
Publication date: 11/27/2018
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 133,497
File size: 396 KB

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O-Men: Liege's Legion - Liege 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Paula-H 9 months ago
I volunteered to read and review an advanced readers copy of LEIGE . I really,really enjoyed reading this story . So well written . I couldn't and didn't want to put it down . This is the first story in this series . I've never read the previous series of author but I'll definitely be doing that . I love the uniqueness of the characters . It's full of suspense , action packed , intense . It's all out fantastic . I highly recommend taking the time to read this story .
Anonymous 9 months ago
Their is one thing that reading this book has reminded me of - that it is time to reread the Red Team series! This first installment of Elaine Levine's new series will leave you with baited breath for Bastion's story and the fall of the OMNI. Ok down to some details - first I must say that I was disappointed when I found out that Liege was getting his story written before Bastion. Their was such anticipation about Bastion's story in the concluding moments of the Red Team series that I was naturally frustrated at the delay, caused by a character we know nothing about. I humbly admit I was very wrong lol While Liege's story was a little hard to get into, as a lot of details are reestablish for new readers, it is definitely written in the right order. With this story taking place at roughly the same time as the end of the Red Team series it is paramount in learning the differences between the teams and the abilities the 'mutants' have obtained. Seeing this second team interact and get along is both entertaining and enlightening before we get the introduction of numerous characters from the previous series, such as the WarBringer. If you are someone who enjoys military romance with a little bit of SciFi/paranormal thrown in this is the book for you. If you love stories that have an over encompassing arc through multiple books in a series and characters that interconnect then this is the series for you. If you don't like books that leave questions unanswered or waiting until the next book in the series arrives this is not the book for you - or at least not until Elaine Levine has finished the series
Deb_from_Oz 9 months ago
I was given a copy of this book but this is true and honest review
Samanthagirl 9 months ago
What an outstanding start to this new series. I don't know where to begin as this has all the elements of an addictive, intriguing and exciting story. There is so much content, so many twists and turns, so much tension and as for the sizzling relationship between Sam and Summer it can't be better. I loved this book and highly recommend it to you. A must read.
Luuvagoodread 9 months ago
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. I read it in one sitting. To be fair I have read and reread the Red Team series. I have waited anxiously for the O-Men and I was not disappointed in this story. I found the introduction to the O-Men entertaining and intriguing. Summer and Sam’s(Liege) love story was like a great cup of coffee - good to last drop. I could not resist the coffee cliche. The love story was both sweet and sexy. The attraction between Summer and Sam a ongoing simmer that made their love seem more realistic in the end.I appreciated that Summer didn’t become a brainless twit because she was falling in love. I enjoyed the relationship between Summer and her best buds immensely. She didn’t step away from the people who occupied her life because of her feelings for Sam. Her support system was solid and didn’t disappear because her life was changing. Something that happens all too often in romance books.The same can be said for Sam’s support system. The Men of Liege supported Sam and encouraged him to go for his relationship. The one thing that didn’t ring true for me is the lack of discussion regarding the interracial relationship. On Sam’s part, I understand. His reality is colored by being in the army, traveling the world and being a mutant. On Summer’s part, I expected something. Even if it was a simple declaration that the color thing wasn’t an issue for her because... one of her dearest friends is black, her parents are hippies or she has dated outside her race before. This story takes place in everyday America. Race relations are ingrained in our society. Not addressing that seemed like a glaring plot hole to me. Other than that, I thought, Ms. Levine did an excellent job of introducing an intricate new series providing enough information to keep a reader interested in the world she has created. She, also, did a fantastic job introducing intriguing, realistic characters to root for in the battle to save life as we know it. Hence the reason for my title. I definitely recommend this book. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.