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Orphaned as a child after her mother's murder, Naomi Fallon didn't survive 26 years on the street without using up most of her nine lives. But when her latest caper lands her in the Mojave against a Vegas gangster's henchmen, she's certain her number is up. Then he appears - immense, brutal, and far from human. Naomi's never needed anyone's help, least of all one of the Breed. But, after one risk too many, only a man with Asher's skills can keep her safe. Yet, the solitary, seductively handsome vampire has enemies of his own and a secret that will not only shatter her faith in him but her heart, proving what she's feared all along - that trust is only an illusion, and love may be the sharpest weapon of all.
Contains mature themes.
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By JodyL on 06-26-18
Asher & Naomi, great off-shoot of original series
Asher is one of the Gen One hunters that had been released from captivity over fifteen years ago. He has lived a quiet life off grid outside of Las Vegas in the desert. Coming home from a supply run he saves Naomi from being killed and buried.
Naomi is a breed mate who has skills with manipulating machines. So in order to get revenge on a casino owner for a past wrong, she "wins" money from his slot machines or roulette wheels. She is always disguised as a different person each time. She uses the money to help street kids with her best friend and "brother" Michael.
Get this exciting book to find out what happens when the casino owner and his thugs come after her. Will Asher and Naomi becomes mated or will he send her to the Breed group in Tuscon for her safety?
This is a great off shoot of the original Breed series!
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By V from Kansas on 06-19-18
A little bit Disappointed!
The midnight breed series is one of my all time favorite so I was really looking forward to this book. Unfortunately, it was only so-so. There just wasn’t enough action and I guess I really missed all the characters from The Order. Hopefully other books in this spinoff will include the order.
The narrator was another disappointment, for me, Hillary Huber is so good that the bar was set high. This narrator doesn’t seem comfortable with the intimate scenes and it detracts from the story. He also doesn’t do female voices very well. Perhaps if he was paired with a female for dual narration. Despite all my disappointment, I know I will continue to get these books, as they come out, cause I love me some Breed Vampires.
-V from Kansas
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