Reah Leah the White: From Cat to Queen

Adult Erotica
Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 reviews
A book for lovers of other world dystopian fantasy, magic, telepathy, and telekinesis. Wess and the Lourack, Reah Leah,, find love and all that goes with it. Their love, fear, and sexual exploits make this multi-genre story a must read. She was destined to be a sex slave, and he was destined to die. Neither happened, and Aelfyce will never be the same! More
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About Aidan Stone

Aidan took his first job at the age of eleven, shining shoes in the local barbershop. Some of the stories he heard there would make fine books. He broke his back at meaningless tasks until 1992. Aidan found art in 1992, several media of art. As one of the lucky few who managed to make a living as an artist, Aidan enjoyed himself until 2009. That's when Aidan threw a hissy fit! He swore never to work in those media again. After the boredom of retirement set in, someone he trusted suggested he try his hand at writing. Aidan began to write Reah Leah the White-From Cat to Queen, which quickly became a trilogy because of his propensity for long-winded stories. A teller of tall tales, Aidan imagines himself surrounded by friends telling bawdy tales of the past.

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CP Bialois reviewed on Aug. 28, 2015

This was a book I’ve had on my TBR (To Be Read) list for a while, and I’m happy I finally got to it. Not to mince words, but it was worth the wait.

First off, it’s fair to point out that the author’s writing technique is different than anything else I’ve read. The story is literally told to us by the characters as they fight among themselves over certain points and who gets to tell what. I really enjoy reading books with a different take. To me, it’s a good thing to see authors try something new, especially when it works out. It took me back to my childhood when we’d tell one another stories or listened to others at events.

The story flowed really well and kept me turning the pages to see what would happen next. I have to admit, I was also interested to see what the storytellers would accuse the others of. The characters were an interesting group. They kept it fresh while telling their story or interacting with one another.

I definitely look forward to reading the rest of the series and other works by the author.
(reviewed 11 months after purchase)
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