Review: Lawe’s Justice by Lora Leigh

Dec 31, 2011 | Book Reviews | 0 comments

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Review: Lawe’s Justice by Lora LeighLawe's Justice by Lora Leigh
Also by this author: Lion's Heat
Series: Breeds #26
Also in this series: Lion's Heat
Genres: Adult, Paranormal Romance
Published by Berkley on December 6, 2011
Pages: 368
Format: ARC
Source: Publisher
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In Lora Leigh's scorching new Breed novel, two adversaries are destined to explore the only thing they have in common: an irresistible mating heat...

Diane Broen's lived to protect her younger sister Rachel from harm. But now that Rachel has been mated off, Diane's occupied herself with less fulfilling tasks at the Genetics Council--until she's paired with a new team member, a Breed male notorious for his attitude, and a touch that makes her recoil.

Lawe isn't thrilled with her either. A lion at heart, he prefers a lair of solitude. When it comes to females, he'd rather snarl than purr. And while fate may have paired them to fight on the same team, neither is willing to admit to the obvious: the mating heat between them is positively incinerating.

It's only when danger threatens that they make a hotter-than-hell connection--one so explosive it could destroy them. Or, as providence reveals, bind them together, forever.



Diane Broen finds herself in a sticky situation when she finds she is mated to Lawe and the attraction between them goes out of control. Now she has to find a way to finish the dangerous high stakes case she’s involved in and figure out how and what it means to be mated to an overprotective breed that doesn’t want her near danger. Talk about conflict. Lawe’s Justice brings up the ultimate question of how much do you sacrifice in the name of love?

In the beginning l really enjoyed the clash between Diane and Lawe personalities and views. They had me wondering how their relationship could possibly work?

As the story progressed and they continued to clash, it left me with more and more doubts on whether they should be together in the first place. Since they had such opposing views on how their relationship should work out and neither seemed to want to compromise.

When you put two strong willed characters together you either get the biggest war or an ultimate compromise and Diane and Lawe took longer than necessary to figure that out.

It came a point where I wanted one of them to just go through with one of his or her threats or just walk away. Giving them time apart so that they really realize how much they meant to each other. Or at least make a choice.

Even with their clashing personalities, the romance between Diane and Lawe was hot as ever, lighting up the pages with their undeniable attraction every time they were together.

The mystery and action were unpredictable and intense as they tried to solve a Breed mystery that would ultimately answer many questions and save lives. Though in the end they did take more of the spotlight than the actual romance.


Overall Lawe’s Justice was an interesting story filled with mystery, action, sizzling romance and intriguing characters. The way that Lora Leigh set things up l look forward to the answers of what will happen in the Breeds future.

3 Stars


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