Leo Wilde is an orphan.
Well, that's not exactly correct, but it's how he's felt for most of his life. His father died before he was born, and while it was true that he still had his mom, he'd always gotten the impression that if she had to choose between Leo and his stepfather, she would undoubtedly choose her husband.
Leo's stepfather had belittled him, smacked him around a bit, just for good measure, for his entire life. His favorite insult was: You're as worthless as your ol' man.
Leo's father was gone, but in life, he had been of the blood, schooled in the ancient arts, and when Leo's stepfather unwisely allows his rage and hatred to move beyond mere threats, the mystical promise of Leo's lineage, invoked long ago, will at last manifest itself.
Also in this Series
It Might Have Been - Part One
An Exceptional Boy - Part Two
|Publisher:||9th Street Press|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.85(d)|
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