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…
So What Did I Think Of Bengal’s Quest by Lora Leigh?
Graeme and Cat’s romance started off sexy and turned sizzling. They had a strong intense connection from their past and present that made me very interested in seeing where their story would go.
Now the world of the Breeds was what really pulled me into the story and how all these complicated, compelling, characters faced their challenges and made such strong connections. The world building was well rounded, intricate and detailed. Though I did find some of Cat’s actions seemed a bit counter productive to her end goal, which was staying alive.
The drama between Graeme and Cat turned out to be just interesting for me. I was looking forward to an epic chase and battle of wills between them but thats not exactly how it went down. Yes, it was intriguing and held my attention but it wasn’t as epic as I wanted it to be.
Cat and Graeme faced a lot of issues such as abandonment, family, identity, letting go of the past which did strike a cord with me. In the end the story had action, danger, mystery and secrets as the Breeds continued to deal with their adventures, and I did end up enjoying Bengal’s Quest by Lora Leigh.