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Lex Ardoris: The Law of Passion (eBook)

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Lex Ardoris: The Law of Passion
Lex Ardoris: The Law of Passion eBook Cover, written by Morgan Lévesque
Lex Ardoris: The Law of Passion eBook Cover,
written by Morgan Lévesque
Author(s) Morgan Lévesque
Series The Heath Doctrine
Publisher Amazon Digital Services
Publication date December 6, 2015
Media type eBook
Length 136 Pages

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Lex Ardoris: The Law of Passion is an eBook written by Morgan Lévesque. It is the first work in the Heath Doctrine series by this author. In this work the character Delora Madan can be described as being partly Succubus in nature.


  • Title: Lex Ardoris: The Law of Passion
  • Author: Morgan Lévesque
  • Published By: Amazon Digital Services
  • Length: 136 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B01924XIJ4
  • Publishing Date: December 6, 2015

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Plot Summary

When philanthropist August Blackacre confides in contract genius Alexandra Heath that he has a terrible secret, she is expecting the worst: that he's married. But the military veteran turned charity hero shocks her when he admits he has put his soul up as collateral on a contract and Lex has to wonder if the man she has waited five years to be with has lost his mind.

That is until Lex meets Delora Madan, the exotic and mysterious broker of souls.

Pushed into a corner by an infernal relationship clause, Lex will have to pull out all of the stops to undermine the contract. It will lead Lex to explore the deeper nature of the law, her feelings for August and to make matters worse, to confront growing feelings for the seductive and immortal Delora.

Every path seems to end in potential ruin, death or heartbreak, and it will force Lex to decide who or what she will give up to save the one she loves.

Book Review

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