Review: Darkness Avenged & Levet By Alexandra Ivy

Posted on Tuesday, June 25, 2013 1:54 PM

By Alexandra Ivy

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

“Did something die in here?I smell”—"vampire.” - Levet

Darkness Avenged is the first book in the series that features a vamp/vamp pairing!

Nefri, the legendary vampire clan chief, is given a mission: find Gaius and bring him before the Commission.Little does she know that she's not the only one with this misssion.Santiago, is shocked to learn that his sire is still alive.After the Dark Lord was defeated, they all expected that his minions would be defeated as well.But Gaius has returned stronger that ever...

This book is a follow up to Cassandra and Caine's story.The danger that the Dark Lord posed may have passed, but a new threat seems to be rising more powerful and determined to destroy them all.

I really enjoyed the book despite the fact that not many of the previous characters made an appearance except of Styx, Viper and of course, Levet, who was present in too many scenes and as always managed to irritate Santiago and charm Nefri.

What I loved, was the secondary story of Roke and Sally, a witch previously seen in Fear the Darkness.I loved their story and I can't wait to read the continuity.

All in all, I loved the book and I highly recommend it.I hope the next book wil be about Roke and Sally....


As the demon world celebrates the defeat of the Dark Lord, the vampire Santiago’s mood remains bleak. He still yearns for the sensual, raven-haired Nefri, who has inexplicably disappeared. But brooding for Nefri is a luxury that Santiago does not have. His traitorous sire, Gaius, is unleashing a violent scourge upon the mortal world, and Santiago must stop him before it’s too late...


To her dismay, the all-powerful Oracles have sent Nefri on her own mission to find Gaius, and failure is not an option. Nefri’s search leads her to the vampire’s abandoned lair—and straight into Santiago’s path. It’s clear Santiago intends to seduce her, but then an ancient, banished evil reappears, threatening to thrust the world into a madness it cannot survive...

By Alexandra Ivy

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

“I may be small, but my powers are mighty.”
“So mighty that you’re hiding in a nymph’s apartment?” -Levet and Elijah

A pretty decent novella. Before reading it I thought that it would be about Levet and only him, but I was wrong.

Well, the story gives as insight to why Levet fled Paris and the reason he finally returned.I hated hated his mother...How could she be so cruel is beyond me!!!I have loved Levet since the beginning of the series and still do...

In his effort to achieve his goal, Levet meets a nymph named Valla.Valla, is hunted by memories of the past!But that changes when she meets Elijah, the "local" clan chief.All Elijah ever wanted was to find his mate, so once he did he thought things would get easy!How wrong he was...Elijah helps Valla fight her nightmares and together they help Levet fight his battles!

A very short must-read novella of the series...

I'm looking forward to reading Levet and Yannah's story!I really like them together and let me tell you just this: there is an amazing scene between them in Darkness Avenged .


Gargoyles do not admire difference--and Levet is undeniably different. Of miniscule stature, rather beastly looks, and with fragile, delicate wings, even his family has shunned him, banished him from his beloved Paris. That he is the only gargoyle ever to help defeat the Dark Lord and his hordes of minions makes no impression. But now Levet has come home, determined to be restored to the official Gargoyle Guild. To do so, he must confront the most feared gargoyle in all of Europe. The one who tried to kill him as a child: his own mother. . .

With few allies, Levet's survival may depend on the aid of two strangers: Valla, a beautiful but damaged nymph, and Elijah, the fiercely possessive, love-struck vampire clan chief to whom she can't quite surrender--unless Levet has something to do with it. . .
Sofia T.
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