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Publisher's Summary

The mating urge cannot be ignored....
Bad boy Jonas Wyatt knows it is fate that Rachel becomes his mate. He can sense it. He can also sense her reluctance. But she has little power over the mating heat of the Breeds. It is Jonas's destiny to claim her. And nothing will stop him from having his way.
©2010 Lora Leigh (P)2011 Penguin
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5 out of 5 stars
By Char on 08-24-11

Great Audio

Have been waiting for the series to be added to Audible since listening to Harmony's Way and Megan's Mark. Lion's Heat was worth the wait. Thanks Audible

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3 out of 5 stars
By Sharon on 12-05-11

Hate the heroine!

I wish I could say this book was as great as I was hoping it would be as I've looked forward to Jonas's book. But his mate, Rachel, was just a tease (guess which kind) and a witch, but with a "b". The book kept saying she was his perfect mate, but I could not stand her. The basic story was pretty much "breed standard", and I like them usually. But sometimes the resistance to the "mating" goes too far, like in this one. And there were inconsistencies like when she tells herself he hasn't said he loves her, but he already had said it to her earlier in the book. She just can't make up her mind even though she lets him do all kinds of stuff to her and loves it, admits to herself that she loves him, that she's been fascinated by him for years, but hey, let's torture him some more since he hasn't already been tortured enough in his life. I think the narrator did a pretty good job, but I didn't like the way she did Rachel's voice. She was just strident or whiny most of the time. I really think most of these books should be read by men.

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5 of 5 people found this review helpful

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