Wicked Thing

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Lexy, the Dragon of Clan Ankh begins to find her way through the turmoil of her tumultuous past. While still owning the Dragon inside, she carries on with her duties as the hitman for the smallest of the three partially immortal clans. More

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About Kim Cormack

Kim Cormack is the always comedic author of the darkly twisted epic paranormal romance series, "The Children of Ankh." She worked for over 16 years as an Early Childhood educator in preschool, daycare, and as an aid. She has M.S and has lived most of her life on Vancouver Island in beautiful British Columbia, Canada. She currently lives in the gorgeous little town of Port Alberni. She's a single mom with two awesome kids. She has a son in grade 8 and a daughter in University at VIU. If you see her back away slowly and toss packages of hot sauce at her until you escape.

About the Series: Children of Ankh spin off
After many years lost in places void of humanity, Grey found her. He introduced her to a partially immortal family. She’d been saved in so many ways by the Ankh. They were the family that she had always been destined to find. They would teach her to embrace the dragon that resided within her. She would learn that both the dark side of her spirit and light were equally important. Lexy of Ankh was a weapon, unmatched by any member of the other clans. She would fight for all that is good even though most of the time her heart remained lost in the darkness. Greydon tried to be her handler, but Lexy of Ankh was meant to be a WILD THING.

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Review by: Stephen Merritt on March 24, 2018 :
This is the second book in a spin off of the Children of Ankh series. In this book the story is overlapping with the main series but from Lexy's story. A very interesting story that I couldn't put down. In the main series the story is pretty much from Kayn's view and you get pieces of Lexy's story. This book fills in "the rest of the story" which nicely adds more context. A very good read. Once I started reading the first book I had to continue with this second before I stopped to write these reviews. Can't wait for more in the series.
(reviewed 21 days after purchase)

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