Violet Spirit

Abbey MacMunn
Violet Spirit
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Publisher
Tirgearr Publishing
Release Date
February 2020
Series
Book 2 of The Evoxian Legacies
Genre
Fantasy Romance, Paranormal Romance, Romantic Science Fiction/Futuristic

SUMMARY
A half human, half alien.

A violet-eyed shapeshifter.

Their destinies bound by magic from a disappearing world.

Ever since free-spirited Lexie Mills learned she was half human, half alien, her life has been far from ordinary. But living a privileged life in a Cotswold manor with her over-protective family isn't all it's cracked up to be, and not helped by her confusing feelings for her best friend, Drew.
Evoxian shapeshifter, Drew Morgan, longs to tell Lexie he's her destined soulmate, but until she embraces her alien heritage, he must wait. Trouble is, staying in the friend zone proves harder than he thought.
Tensions sizzle and chemistry sparks between them, but as their friendship blossoms into something magical, Lexie uncovers a heart-breaking truth about Drew and she must make a choice…

Forgive Drew and accept her destiny, or decide her own fate?

Book Review by Merissa (reviewer)
Mar 23, 2020   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
45 people found the following review helpful
VIOLET SPIRIT is the second book in The Evoxian Legacies and we return to Lexie and Drew. Lexie is feeling stifled in the home she loves and longs to get out into the world. Everyone else is busy telling her how it is too dangerous. Drew is feeling the effects of the Akui but is unable to act on it until Lexie understands what is going on. Lexie is also feeling the effects but has no idea what it is and no one will tell her anything. In case you forget, Lexie is on hand to remind you that she is only half Evoxian. Drew is struggling to control his animals and fears he will hurt Lexie.

This was a good second book to the series with focus definitely being on Lexie and Drew. There is still the big bad to defeat so the scenes for this book are mainly in the home or in the tearoom until near the end. That is absolutely fine because it means you can concentrate on the drama unfolding rather than worrying about where they are.

This story concludes nicely for now but will leave you wanting more. Definitely recommended by me.
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