Thursday, February 13, 2020

Review: Harsh Lessons (The Leeth Dossier #2) by L.J. Kendall @LukeJKendall

Harsh Lessons
The Leeth Dossier #2
by L.J. Kendall
Published: July 5, 2016
Genre: Sci-Fi, Fantasy


(A warning from the author:

As with the 1st book, there are a few very dark passages here: parts where I cried as I wrote them, and still cry when I read them - though sometimes, they're tears of joy. I should add, though, I find myself chuckling quite often, too: I believe there are more light moments than dark.)

Raised at the Institute for Paranormal Dysfunction to test Dr Alex Harmon's theories, Leeth's magic took everyone by surprise. And now, she and her abusive guardian have been taken by a covert government agency where Leeth is training to become their assassin.

But Leeth is both more dangerous than they know, and too innocent for her own good. Sent "back" to school to learn some much-needed social skills – under strict instructions not to kill – Leeth is singularly ill-equipped to deal with the challenges of a normal life.
She wants to belong, but has little idea how to fit in – let alone how mean girls can be.

Nor does she know that an uncanny and ruthless killer, the product of a madman's insane magic, hunts her.

Leeth has some harsh lessons to learn.

She'd better learn fast.

My Review:

Leeth has been taken away by a government agency so she can be trained as an assassin. Leeth has a hard lesson to learn on her first day of training as she believed that if she beat her opponent then that made her the winner but not always. When Leeth took a step back and started listening to what her teacher had to say then she became a better fighter.

Leeth was being taught more than just fighting she was taught how to be a lady like how to dress and wear make-up and how to order food for a lady when out in public she was taught how a lady must act.

Leeth just touched my heart in so many ways as she was so innocent on so many levels and there was so much of life that she was unaware of and had never experienced with chocolate being one of those things.

Leeth works so hard at trying to do what she is being taught as she wants so bad to fit in with everyone else. Leeth is like most girls she just wants to be liked and have friends like every other human.

Harsh Lessons is filled with so much action that it keeps the adrenaline pumping and the pages turning as we follow along with Leeth in her fighting, etiquette, and dressing lessons plus so much more.

One click yourself a copy of Harsh Lessons to begin this journey with Leeth as she learns about life in all her innocents.

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