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The last thing Aaron ever envisioned was falling for a prostitute. Everything about it spells trouble. However, he cant help noticing the way her smile lights up when she sees him and how much brokenness she hides behind it. Neither can he ignore how desperately she needs rescue and protection.When Lacy shares a life or death secret with him, Aaron is willing to risk everything to help her and to show her Elms love. Yet, such a choice could destroy his reputation and maybe even cost him his freedom.Ilyon Chronicles Novella...

Title : Lacy
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ISBN : 29618434
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 112 pages
Status : Available For Download
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Lacy Reviews

  • Sarah Grace Grzy

    Wow. In Lacy, Knight takes a difficult issue and writes it into a beautiful and moving story with compelling characters.

    As soon as I realized this novella was about Aaron, I was so excited. Aaron needed his own story and I'm so glad he got it. Both Aaron and Lacy were very interesting and realistic main characters and I loved them both. I didn't connect as much with Lacy, but that could be because she had a limited POV. (Or maybe not one at all. I can't remember.) I also enjoyed seeing Timothy

  • Claire Banschbach

    Really really enjoyed this one! I've liked Aaron since we first me him back in The King's Scrolls, so I was very excited to get a story from his POV. I think this is one of my favorite installments of the whole series, even as a novella. I'm not even sure why? It was just a really solid story. I loved all the characters. It just seemed very down to earth, if that makes sense. Anyway, I loved this one and yay for more Aaron!

  • M.H. Elrich

    Very sweet novella.

  • Faith

    Review coming closer to the date of release.

  • Hannah Gaudette

    This book is incredible. We finally get to see from Aaron’s POV. He was a likable character before. Now he’s a favorite. First off, the storyline itself is both difficult to swallow and really, really good at the same time. Jaye’s new character, Lacy, is a prostitute, so that’s naturally going to deal with difficult topics. However, it is handled VERY well, typical of Jaye’s books.

    The love story woven in the pages is so beautiful. It unfolds so gently. It’s so real. And the characters! Aaron and

  • HazelNut

    Really sweet story! I enjoyed getting to know Aaron better very much, and Lacy is very sweet. This book had much more...action, if that's the right word, than I was expecting, which I didn't mind at all. :P The mentions of other much-loved characters were cool to spot. Lacy profession is dealt with very, very discreetly--which, knowing the rest of the Ilyon Chronicles, I was pretty much expecting, but was pleasantly surprised by at the same time? But anyway, yes, I really enjoyed this novella.

  • R.J. Rodda


    A moving tale of Aaron’s love for Lacy, a girl prostituting herself for the sake of her family. Aaron throws all caution to the wing as he lays down his life to help her find freedom and to keep her family safe. Needless to say, Aaron is quite the hero in this, but Lacy does have a bravery all of her own that shines through.

  • Michael Hewston

    My only wosh for this book is that it where longer.