"No one spins a story quite like Lora Leigh" (Night Owl Reviews) - and when it comes to her "highly charged and carnal" (Fresh Fiction) Breed novels, nobody does it better. Now, the number-one New York Times best-selling author tells a story of two Breeds who are united by animal desires only to find it's vengeance that stirs the mating heat....
He was a shadow, ever shifting and insinuating, able to blend in everywhere and anywhere. The elusive ideal conceived and created by the Genetics Council, he went by just as many names as he had identities - the last one being Gideon.
Now calling himself Graeme, he hides in plain sight, terrifyingly close to his goal. A rogue Bengal Breed, he has loyalties to no one but himself. And he has a need for vengeance that surges hot and swift through his veins.
Graeme plans to exact an extreme and ruthless vendetta against those who wronged him - Breed and human alike. All will suffer his wrath: those who created him, those who pretended to love him, and those who betrayed him.
That includes the one at the center of it all: a seductive, enigmatic woman helpless against the man whose desire is just as desperate as his need to destroy.
And he's on her scent.
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- Paula A Stimac
Weak and Whiny Female Character
I normally love Lora Leigh's books, but as others have said, this one was not even close to her usual standards. The heroine, if you can call her that, was constantly whining and behaving like a spoiled brat. She behaved very stupidly for someone who knew they were being hunted.
The ending of the book was just strange, almost like the author couldn't figure out how to end the mess that she created of this book, so she just let the whiny heroine have an epiphany of omniscience by looking into her mate's mind and seeing everything that had happened over 13 years, and seeing all of his plans and schemes, both past and present.
Also as another reviewer stated, it seems that the author used explicit sex scenes as filler instead of using them to enhance the story.
Lora Leigh added some interesting new elements to the breed story, and I look forward to seeing more of those characters in future books. I only hope that she quits making weak female characters.
Made the female character strong and worthy of the strong male character.
Ok, not great.
I would keep all the characters, but modify the personality of the main female character.
- Rachael Harms