Lion’s Heat

Apr 18, 2010 | Book Reviews | 0 comments

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Lion’s HeatLion's Heat by Lora Leigh
Also by this author: Styx's Storm
Series: Breeds #21
Also in this series: Styx's Storm
Genres: Adult, Paranormal Romance
Published by Berkley on April 6, 2010
Pages: 368
Format: Paperback
Source: Bought
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Bad boy Jonas Wyatt's personal assistant, Rachel, has had a child—an innocent new life that has been put in grave danger because of Jonas' perilous games and calculations played in the shadow-world in which he lives: the dark and sensual world of the Breeds. Now, Rachel is making only one demand of Jonas: that he finally take responsibility and deliver on the protection that only he can give.

Jonas has known for a long time that it is destiny that Rachel become his mate. He can sense it. He can also sense her reluctance. And for that, he refuses to claim her. He wants her on love alone and not because of the urge of the mating heat. But it is Jonas' destiny to claim her. And he will have his way.

Literary's Views

I devoured this book once I got my hand on it! I’ve been a fan of Ms. Leigh since the beginning of her Breed series and I have to say the story keeps getting better and better.  The connections between her characters were off the charts making this another hot, steamy romance.  I’ve been waiting to read Jonas’s story to find out who the lucky lady would be to tame the wild Breed Director and come to find out it was none other than his very own personal assistant Rachel!  This made things more complicated on Jonas part adding to the drama of the book.

The plot wasn’t that original but Ms. Leigh totally made up for it in the romance and interaction between the characters.  Jonas is such a strong sexy character that I was super glad that Rachel held her own against him and was a strong and tuff as him. I liked how Lora incorporated past characters into the story making her world feel real and setting up for future stories.  This story was fast past hot and left me satisfied with Rachel and Jonas yet I leaving me wanting more in the Breed series.  This is defiantly worth the read!!!

5 Stars


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