Lexi's Run

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Lexi is on the run. When the hunky bounty hunter, Kyle Frost literally jumps into her life, she may have found love, along with more trouble than any young werewolf princess should have to endure. More

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About Ellison James

Ellison James crafts stories of fantasy, urban fantasy, erotica, and everything in between. Born in the Northwestern part of the United States, now living in the Southeast, Ellison James uses a lifetime of living throughout the world as backdrops for stories that usually start in the real world, and then make a quick departure into believable worlds of the fantastic.

"I like to play with perceptions, stretch the boundaries of believability by making Monsters, Demons, Elfs and Faeries seem like normal everyday folks that just happen to do extraordinary things."

The work of Ellison James is often erotic but never smutty, depicting this facet of life like it really is, and from all points of view.

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Niki Price reviewed on Aug. 26, 2012

I loved lexi's run it really gives you an insight into lexi's life without and with joe, i also got weirdly excited when i found out how raif got turned i was like 'omg so thats how it happened' (jumping round like a hooligan sigh). I would defiantly recommend! But i would say to buy lovestruck succubus although you dont need to read it first , you'll hear more about joe and lexi's life now. Really good ellison xx
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Summer Ellis reviewed on Aug. 8, 2012

I loved these characters when they made their first appearance in E.J.'s book Lovestruck Succubus (they stole the book, IMHO), and I fell even more in love with them as their story unfolded here.

Romance and suspense - this is one of those books I can read over and over, cuddled up in a blanket on rainy afternoons.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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