Tuesday, September 30, 2014

A Very Levet Christmas by Alexandra Ivy

Book Description

A gargoyle of Levet’s charm and intelligence should not be facing a solitary Christmas. True, he may appear a little unconventional—not to mention unconventionally little—even for a gargoyle. But what Levet lacks in height he makes up for in loyalty, and being banned from the festivities surrounding the Queen of Weres’ new pups is quite unfair.
So when a beautiful Christmas angel begs for help in fulfilling her duties, Levet has nothing better to do than agree. Armed with a magical wand, Levet confronts Damon, a pureblood Were intent on seizing the throne. Challenging the King will put the pups at risk—and drive away Damon’s potential mate, Gia. Who better to convince Damon to choose love, not war, than a gargoyle expert in amour? With a little magic, and a lot of Levet, this may yet be a truly wonderful Christmastime…
My Thoughts:
I love Alexandra Ivy's Guardians of Eternity series and this novella is no different!  Levet is excited to go and meet Harley's babies, except he hasn't been invited.  The king of the Werewolves isn't having anyone into the house except those within the pack, and that is only because he must.  With hurt feelings, Levet leaves and runs across a Christmas angel with a problem.  He is the one to solve the problem both for the angel and for Harley's babies.
I really like Levet throughout the series.  He is such a great guy (gargoyle), but has crummy luck with love.  He is in love with women in general and generally his purpose is varied.  This book is centered on him though instead of him being a secondary character.  He is willing to do anything to save his family, even if they don't consider him family, and loves them all regardless.  His attitude through the whole thing was just perfect and I can't wait to read more about him in the coming books!
This is a 5/5.  If you have read the series, you will love it.  If you haven't read the series, you will still enjoy it!
Thank you to the publisher for the review copy of this book (via netgalley).  I received this book in exchange for an honest review and the opinions stated above are 100% mine.


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