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Harsh Lessons

(Leeth Dossier #2)

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(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 t

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Kindle Edition, 342 pages
Published July 5th 2016
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Eustacia Tan
Feb 17, 2020 rated it really liked it
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It took me some time to get to Harsh Lessons, but once I started reading, I couldn’t put this down. The second book in the Leeth Dossier series, Harsh Lessons has our heroine (was Sara, now Leeth) move out of the Institute for Paranormal Dysfunction to a covert government agency where she has to learn to fit in. Unfortunately, there’s still something hunting her and this untrained huntress might just become the hunted.

Disclaimer before we start: I met this author on a writing site a few years ba
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Nancy (The Avid Reader)
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 la
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Anita
May 15, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Oh my goodness, this story just keeps getting better and better. Getting to know Leeth more and I can't wait to see all she gets up to in the next book. I'm buying it right now!!!
Kay Cheung
Aug 20, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Three and a half stars.
I received a free copy of this book in return for an honest review.

This book continues the story of Leeth, groomed by her adopted Uncle Harmon to be an archetypical huntress, as she grows from teenager to young woman. Now she is being trained within the secure subterranean facilities of the Department, honing her fighting skills and being pushed to learn other, more difficult, lessons. How can this wild child be taught the social skills, not just to blend into normal socie
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Kay Cheung
Jul 14, 2016 rated it really liked it
Three and a half stars.
I received a free copy of this book in return for an honest review.

This book continues the story of Leeth, groomed by her adopted Uncle Harmon to be an archetypical huntress, as she grows from teenager to young woman. Now she is being trained within the secure subterranean facilities of the Department, honing her fighting skills and being pushed to learn other, more difficult, lessons. How can this wild child be taught the social skills, not just to blend into normal socie
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Heather Henkel
Sep 23, 2016 rated it really liked it
Good second book

I enjoyed reading about the further adventures of leeth and the doctor. It is insuring to watch her try to fit it like a normal person.
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Book 2 continues with a hard to put down theme. Good fight scenes with a lot of hidden agendas.
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