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Lexi's Legacy: The Epic Saga Continues (The Master of Whitehall, Book 2) by [Veal, Rick H.]
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  • Language: English
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This is the second story in The Master of Whitehall series. I really enjoyed it!

Alexis (Lexi) Gordon is Katelyn's friend at college. She is a wonderful character. She is funny, sweet and a little naive. But, when her life is turned upside down, she accepts her friend's offer to become immortal. This is her story.

Having read the first story, I was looking forward to reading this one. I started to read the story and, although it mirrored some of the scenes from the previous book, it was interesting to see them through Lexi's eyes. Becoming a vampire actually suits Lexi. She gains more confidence in her abilities, but she is still young and impetuous. The story is told mostly through Lexi's point of view, but Katelyn and a new character, Gale, has their say too. Gale is an intriguing character, who is a 1600 year old vampire. She is one of the "Old One's" and is extremely powerful. Gale comes into Lexi's life after a distressing event that, because of Lexi's vampire youth, she is not able to cope with. The story has many twists, but I did find some of the dialogue to be still a little gushy at times. However, it was intriguing to see how Lexi's experiences have shaped her, and made her grow emotionally. I was a little surprised at how she dealt with Mikey, after their relationship ended badly. I certainly wouldn't want to be on Lexi's bad side; she's a woman scorned, and that's all I'm going to say! The story is not full of action, nor is it a romance novel, although there is a bit both, but it is more of a journey of self discovery and emotional growth. The story does not end on a cliffhanger, but I am looking forward to reading the next book in the series as soon as possible.

Rick Veal has written an intriguing story of love, friendship and emotional growth.
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Amazon.com: 4.4 out of 5 stars 32 reviews
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Lexi's Legacy by Rick Veal - kindle version 30 May 2014
By Lalo - Published on Amazon.com
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Lexi’s Legacy by Rick Veal

First off, I just like Lexi. I loved her as Katelyn’s best friend and I love her now that she gets her own story.

Rick Veal can paint a scene with words that make you feel as if you’re there. He is an outstanding word smith.

Prepare to go on a journey to another world. Become a vampire. See how they live. Feel what they feel. You will be immersed in a world that feels and looks very real. It’s a paranormal world painted in detail by a talented author.

I give it a full five stars and recommend it to readers of vampire and paranormal romance.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Enjoyed it 14 April 2014
By S. Ford - Published on Amazon.com
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This book started off a little slow for me but I kept with it and I am glad I did.

Lexi is a newly changed vampire and she needs to learn all about her new life. The ins and outs, facts, myths, what other vampires she can trust, and her future. She attends her own funeral, finds her first love, heart break, family, and friends all while understanding her life as a vampire.

This is not the usual vampire book that I read. It’s not about sex, violence, and killing. It could actually be considered a guide to becoming a vampire and learning what they go through as they learn the ins and outs. But the one thing that stands out the most for me is that no matter if you’re mortal or immortal you can’t run from your past or your hurting. You need to heal from the inside out and move forward so you can be truly happy with your life and yourself. 4/5 Bloody Fangs
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars romance and a vampire handbook in one. 11 July 2013
By Heather L. Alexander - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
I was given this book in return for an honest review. Ever wondered what it's really like to be a vampire? The ins and outs, the myths and truths, what immortals have to deal with on a daily basis, what kind of problems they have? Then this is the book for you. This book follows Lexi, a newly changed vampire and her adjustment to her new life, as she learns how to survive, what is truth and fiction, how to deal with the past and the future, even how to find love. From attending her own funeral, losing her virginity, her first love, heartbreak, healing, friendship and family, we will go through all of it with Lexi as she adjusts to being a Virgin Vampire. "We are all together again... five individuals whose lives spanned more than four centuries... five members of mortal families, from four different times... all brought together for eternity by one gift...now bonded into one strong and formidable immortal." I really enjoyed this book, it was completely different from any other vampire book that I have read. This book could become the quintessential, go to book, if you want to know what it's like to be a vampire. It was great to read a vampire book that wasn't just about violence, killing and sex, it was about family, emotions, and coping with changes and situations. The characters were delightfully human in their emotions, which is another thing I liked. "I soon discovered that whether you are mortal or immortal you, cannot run from your hurts, they must heal from within, only then are you able to face them and continue on with life." Filled with little tidbits of inspiration and a story women can relate to and gain knowledge from, I think this is a book all people over the age of 17 would enjoy.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Lexi's story..... 12 April 2015
By Ann Marie - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
This is book 2 of a 3 part series. In this book we learn Lexi’s story she is best friends with Katelyn, who is from book 1. For some people who are faced with an illness that has a death sentence they either one try to live to the fullest while they can or they curl up and die. Faced with this death sentence she doesn’t know what to do other than prepare her goodbyes.

“I was suddenly amazed at how death didn’t just touch the one it was taking, but like ripples in a pond, it too would affect other’s lives..”

Lexi was faced with having to tell everyone she loved that she was dying. It was one of the hardest things she has ever had to do. She calls Katelyn after she tells her parents.

Katelyn wasn’t going to let Lexi die no matter what and she would LIVE her LIFE to the fullest as long as she accepts the gift that Katelyn wanted to give her. Who wouldn’t? So Lexi agrees to accept this gift. One condition she will have to let her parents go, and that is the hardest thing next to telling them she was dying. You will be taken on a journey with Lexi of friendship, finding love, being heartbroken, getting stronger and moving on with life and enjoying it. You get to all the same characters from book one and some new ones too. Lexi grows stronger physically and emotionally.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Masterful 15 Jun. 2016
By Christine Grey - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
I enjoyed Lexi's story quite a lot. There was a voyeuristic sort of rush to the whole story. I sometimes found character behaviors appalling. The causal taking of life, and the glee surrounding it, was disturbing to me. Even though they were people who arguably deserved to die, I was still uncomfortable. That said, I found myself mentally making excuses for the characters, because I liked them so much that I wanted to excuse their actions as justifiable. The fact that I wanted them to be forgiven shows how real they became to me. I especially liked Lexi's time with her parents. I don't want to spoil anything, but, as a parent, those interactions touched me deeply. Mr. Veal has a gift for creating characters that speak to the reader and stories that pull you in close and sink their fangs into you, refusing to let go.
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