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The Garguiem: Levi by [White, Lola]
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About the Author

Delve into the emotions, dive into the erotic. An extensive traveler who loves to incorporate various legends from around the world into her tales, best-selling author Lola White likes to twist reality at its edges in her stories. She likes delving into the emotions of her characters, finding their strengths and weaknesses, and seeing how they get themselves out of whatever trouble has found them—if they can.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 4649 KB
  • Print Length: 223 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1522797416
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Excessica (22 Jan. 2016)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01ANWU9I2
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #575,273 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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4.0 out of 5 stars Keeping the Faith 2 Feb. 2016
By Emily Lane - Published on Amazon.com
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Wow. Levi and the Garguiem concept is unique and fresh. I liked a LOT about this story and premise, with only a few exceptions.

First, I absolutely love romance novels that focus on devout characters, of any faith.
And for once, the church is not presented as outdated and irrelevant, or naive, or secretly corrupt and scheming to take over the world. That approach is so trite that it's boring. Instead, the author presents faith as powerful and true. Paranormal fiction is hugely popular, and to see it brought into the realm of religious good vs evil is entertaining and refreshing. At the same time, White doesn't sugar-coat. She presents the reality of corruption and naivete and religion. People are fallible. Some people believe, all people sin, and some seemingly religious people are rotten to the core. Hence a need for an order like the Garguiem.

I loved that the hero and heroine are people of faith but they still have doubts. They curse, they make mistakes, and they have hot smex. Their faith affects their interactions with and perception of each other and the world around them. With one big exception, which I discuss below, they felt authentic.

The plot is intense. The premise is that evil exists, and it's roaming around like a lion looking for people to devour. But evil is also in disguise, which is even scarier. What Levi finds upstairs in Remy's house totally creeped me out. However, I'm a light-weight when it comes to horror, so other readers may take it in stride.

Our hero and heroine have chemistry in spades. The hero is crude, but his actions counterbalance his words. And I got the sense that Marcella needed to be rattled to realize what she wants and with whom. I like that even though Levi is a man of faith, he still talks dirty and has wild crazy smex with the love of his life.

So...why not five stars? As devout as Levi and his sister are, I was surprised that they seem to treat sex so casually. This seemed like a flaw in their characterization. Whenever they referenced past escapades, particularly Levi's sister, it never rang quite true. Not that I expected chastity from them, but the disconnect between their behavior and church teaching was never addressed and I wanted it to be. So....Is recreational sex no biggie to the Garguiem? Do they get a pass? Because usually, a devout person of just about ANY faith has ideas about when, where, and with whom smex is a-okay encouraged and when it's labeled sinful. Particularly a person actually working in the church, synagogue, mosque, what have you.

Annnnd I REALLY disliked the fact that Levi and Marcella have sexual encounters in a confessional, on an altar and later again in church. Such behavior, particularly since it was repetitive, seemed highly unlikely given their beliefs. These settings seemed designed to titillate readers at the expense of characterization. Which was disappointing.

Despite my criticism, this is an entertaining book and I recommend it for anyone who is 1) not easily offended by sex in sacred place, and 2) looking for something fresh in romance.
5.0 out of 5 stars Brilliant Masterpiece that will keep you on the edge of your seat! 24 Jan. 2016
By Carrie Renteria - Published on Amazon.com
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Lola White has once again captured me with one of her amazing tales. Her writing is not only brilliant it's truly magnificent.

The Garguiem: Levi is none other than sheer brilliance, created from the mind of one of the greatest author's of our time. I'm happy to say that I've been allowed as a reader to delve into the depths of Lola White's world and I've come out a completely changed person. This tale speaks of demonic possession, corruption, and an ancient order within the Catholic Church that's been fighting it since the Middle Ages. Already a great hook right? Absolutely. Well enter our incredibly hot, tatted Alpha Male. Did I mention that's Levi? As if you hadn't guessed already he is our holy warrior called to us from the heavens above sent to rid this little town of it's infestation. Until her...

Marcella. Even her name has a fantastic ring to it doesn't it? Not only is she one incredibly lovable character, she's genuine and will evoke emotions in you that you will not expect. The chemistry between the two main characters is so magnetic it practically leaps off the page. Lola White weaves a magical tale about demonic possession, human faults (which we all have). She calls into light things that we struggle with on a daily basis. Which makes this book all to real and makes you wonder on a deeper more religious level am I truly opening myself up to something greater, whether it be divine intervention, or the presence of evil. Don't get me wrong this is a fictional book, Lola White is just that great of a writer. She has you call in to question things you hadn't truly thought of before.

This book will evoke emotions in you that you won't expect, so be prepared for one heck of an emotional roller coaster ride. Plus the hot and steamy adult scenes will have you talking a long cold shower...and re-reading them several times over.

Lola White, Thank you for bringing this wonderful work of art to readers everywhere.
If you haven't had an opportunity to download or read this don't wait it's worth it!
5.0 out of 5 stars I think The Garguiem is the epitome of 'Knights of Templar' meets paranormal erotic romance! 29 Mar. 2016
By Terry Z - Published on Amazon.com
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The Garguiem is a deeply esoteric organization known only to the upper echelon of the Catholic Church. Basically their life mission is to fight evil against humanity through the Church. They are an ancient order of devout yet they are sinners that can marry. Garguiem are 'warned' of demonic activity by the Holy Spirit sending a tingling sensation in their body [similar to the tingling in their body when they meet their mate]. In addition to this tingling some show a special sense of smell while others are empathic. They call upon the Triune God and Angels to assist them in cleansing people damaged or possessed by demons and to give them strength to eradicate Demons.

The plot was intriguing and I thought the premise regarding the mysterious Garguiem was interesting!
Characters are individually well defined with their own mannerisms and vocabulary. Speaking of which-if you don't like strong cussing then this isn't the story for you!

I'm looking forward to reading more in this series. It looks like a story about Liah (Levi's sister) is coming and I'm wondering if we'll see who Sister Margaret was talking about that wore the pendant of the mark each Garguiem has on their hand.
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4.0 out of 5 stars NOT a clean read even though it does involve the Catholic Church. 23 Jan. 2016
By naiveblueeyes08 - Published on Amazon.com
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The author provided me with a complimentary copy of this ebook in exchange for an honest review. This book got off to a slow start for me. I had trouble understanding what was going on in the beginning. It picked up steam once Levi met Marcella and then it kept a fairly steady pace. It is NOT a clean read even though it does involve the Catholic Church. There's lots of foul language and sex so it's not for teens or anyone that would be shocked by the antics the main characters get into (sex on the altar for example). Overall, I enjoyed the book but it definitely had me raising my eyebrows many times.
4.0 out of 5 stars Great story 23 Jan. 2016
By Christine Stalker - Published on Amazon.com
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This is the first book I've read by Lola White. Loved the characters. Levi was so sure of his connection to Marcella . Marcella was afraid of how she felt about Levi. So glad they were to figure out what was right for them. Will read more from Lola White.
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