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Blood of a Leo (Solomons Pride #1) Leo Adams Was Kidnapped And Forced To Serve As An Unwilling Blood Donor For A Coalition Of Vampires One Day, He Manages To Escape Itand Straight Into The Lion Shifter Maddox S LifeMaddox Is Unsure Of What Has Fallen Into His Arms, But He Knows One Thing He Will Fight To The Death To Keep Leo Safe


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10 thoughts on “Blood of a Leo (Solomons Pride #1)

  1. says:

    This was a good book I liked how it started off with being able to see what Leo has gone through during his stay with vampires How his life has been so horrible since he was kidnapped by them We get some background information on Leo Like who his old master was and what happened to him, who his new maste


  2. says:

    If you check the rating for this story you will see it rates from 1 star to 5 stars, this shows you that some people love it and some didn t like it at all.My humble opinion is You need to read it and decide for yourself.For me this story was great Even though, at the beginning of the story I was a little bit co


  3. says:

    3.5 starsLeo Adams is a blood donor a mild term for a human who simply is a blood slave for vampires and his time serving the vampires has not been easy His previous Master also used as a boy toy and his new master, Mika, is not a gentle kind either Not only Leo must gives blood but his Master also uses him as trial for


  4. says:

    Okay,like 2.5 stars for me because I know how much work writing this would have been, and I think it has a lot of potential A quick overview paranormal shifter MM romance about a human, Leo, that escapes from brutal, highly abusive vamps only to literally run into his lion shifter mate, Maddox Trouble is, Leo s vamp owner maste


  5. says:

    Okay, I loved this one I want my own cat shifter nowI about fell out of my chair at this statement how much he understood about his mate s other half the disturbing thing though, was that he d learnt it all from the nature channel I laughed until I had tears streaming down my face I dunno, struck me funny I knowthere is a sequal in the


  6. says:

    Blood of a Leo is the first book of the Solomon s Pride series It is one of the few shifter novels I have read that portrays the shifter human as a separate entity, or personality, to that of its shifted animal Dawn writes about a mixture of shifters, from lion to leopard, together in a pride under one Sorena or Alpha The use of a few unique p


  7. says:

    Honestly, I had a hard time hanging in until the end The characters were interesting but there were too many thrown in at once and continuously, throughout the novel that it was hard to keep up The insta mate, and almost insta love thing happens here but not to any great or believable degree, and the sudden shock of Leo realizing Maddox loves him and


  8. says:

    The books started really well There was a plot There was action The story was definitely going somewhere After Leo s escape, however, everything stalled Including editing I had hard time following the story because instead of being consumed by the progress of a new relationship, I was consumed by untangling one twisted sentence after another, figuring out who


  9. says:

    I enjoyed thisthan I thought I would.Leo was kidnapped and used as a blood slave and experimental drug tester When something went wrong at a business meeting, Leo was able to escape and ran right into a brick wall.That brick wall happened to be Maddox and he knows he can t leave the human and hospitals would ask too many questions They take him back to the Pride hous


  10. says:

    Entertaining, but tropey and lacking logic at many places.There s worse books, but better too.


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