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Things change even more for him when he is visited by a guy telling him that he is even more different than anyone else.

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Things really start to pick up here because this guy, named Steve. Steve isn't who he says he is. I knew the moment he stepped into scene he was trouble. When all hell breaks loose and Caleo and his family are forced to go on the run. They team up with Nolan and others to survive. Nolan tells Caleo that he is from a race of humans called Leeches and Caleo is one too.

Caleo is no ordinary Leech, no he is The Leech. He is the one who is suppose to rule them and be their life line in this upcoming war with the Blessed. Nolan was sent to protect Caleo at all costs because he is their only hope of surviving the war. Caleo is such a great character. He comes off as sweet and innocent but when he needs to be he is strong and harsh.

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Caleo spent his whole life being picked one for his looks and then for his sexuality. Now he is being thrust into the spotlight as the savior of a race he never knew existed. He takes it is stride even when heavy obstacles are thrown his way.

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Nolan is Caleo's bodyguard but there is more to him. As the book goes on you realize that he is connected to a character who is an enemy. So he has a lot to lose or gain no matter how the war turns out. There is a lot of chemistry between him and Caleo. I think that this is new for Nolan but he embraces his feelings for Caleo. Jack was raised as Caleo's foster brother but they are the best of friends.

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When Caleo's gift comes out Jack goes into protective mode. I think that he is almost over protective. Maybe he feels that with Caleo truly being different he will now loose him forever and that is why he acts out.

Jack wants whats best for Caleo but sometimes it seems like he wants what's best for Jack and that is keeping Caleo near by. There is a lot going on in this book but it doesn't feel over loaded. There is a great build up to a love triangle for Caleo. I can't wait for book two. There is more about the book I wanted to say but it gives away too much of the story by saying.

All I can say is get the book. The author did a fantastic job in creating this world that you could actually see as you read the book. You become attached to the characters in the story and you feel sad when one dies. He puts great emotion into his writing. He even left you with a pretty good cliffhanger. Overall I loved this book. It was awesome. I definitely can not wait for the next books in this series.

I gotta know what's going to happen. I received this book courtesy of the author in exchange for an honest review.

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Amazon Kindle 0 editions. Audible 0 editions. CD Audiobook 0 editions. Project Gutenberg 0 editions. Google Books — Loading Local Book Search. I just would have liked to have seen some of these stereotypical devices switched out for something a lot more dynamic and turn Caleo into something to knock the competition out of the park. The pacing is fantastic after we get over that stumbling first section; and it increases and builds with tension right up to the end.

I did get a little frustrated about two thirds of the way through when the story line switched gears and the love interests of our protagonist, Caleo, got a switch-hit in dominance from the narrative. It was literally flipped in a page, and nothing was developed around it. Jack annoyed the crap out of me.

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It seemed like they were mates who looked away when the other was in physical danger. That appearing tough and popular to peers was more important to Jack than saving Caleo from some pretty serious beatings. I was living for her throughout the entire story. As I was Grandma. Both of these women kicked ass. It was also refreshing to see the family dynamic play out in the storyline, they stuck together, had each others back, and did things without question.

I was really cheering for them to survive everything that was being thrown at them. Nolan turned out to be my favourite. He has a quiet masculinity that appealed to me. So I was angered when the narrative switched gears and suddenly Nolan was pushed to the periphery. It strongly felt like a storytelling device to give Jack some of the spotlight and fuel a love triangle. I was also annoyed at the continual interruptions, I wanted them to have a break so I could really find out what was going on.

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