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Harmony's Way (Breeds Series #8)

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7 out of 8 people found this review helpful.

A terrific heated romantic science fiction tale

In the near future, Harmony Lancaster was born in a genetics lab as a lion breed (mix of lion DNA into human DNA). She was bred and trained to kill. However, her pride in herself leads to her escaping from the breeder ¿prison¿ she also took valuable information as a ...
In the near future, Harmony Lancaster was born in a genetics lab as a lion breed (mix of lion DNA into human DNA). She was bred and trained to kill. However, her pride in herself leads to her escaping from the breeder ¿prison¿ she also took valuable information as a bargaining chip and to learn more about the experiments. This trained killer plans to kill members of the Genetics Council and the scientists who abet their efforts to use and abuse breeds of all ages.----------------------- Head of the Breed Council, her breed sibling Jonas worries about Harmony as many of their supporters want her vigilante justice stopped even if it means killing her to do so. He catches her, but she refuses to hand over the information she has on the First Leo. Jonas takes her to Broken Butte, New Mexico where he has friends he can trust especially her biological mate Sheriff Lance Jacobs. Though irate and roaring like a lioness, Harmony is also attracted to the lawman who has vowed to keep his beloved safe as several groups including a fire and brimstone anti breed preacher converge on the small town to take away the information on the First Lion information dead or alive preferably the former.---------------- HARMONY¿S WAY is a terrific heated romantic science fiction tale that makes readers believe in the genetic engineering as described by Lora Leigh in this tale and in MEGAN¿S MARK. Harmony is a fabulous unique lead character as she believes justice can only be served for her breed and the other breeds by first strike killing of those who treat them as abused animals or abominations. Fans will empathize with her, but question her vigilante tactics as does the love of her life Lance. Readers will appreciate the diversity and fighting factions that make up the Leigh universe as danger from multiple sides converge on this small New Mexico town.---------- Harriet Klausner

posted by harstan on December 9, 2008

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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

Disapointing!!!

I LOVED Megan's Mark, so when I bought the sequel I was so excited, but I hated it. I felt that the characters had no depth the story was boring and didn't really go anywhere. The characters were the biggest disappointment for me Harmony & Lance were basically just st...
I LOVED Megan's Mark, so when I bought the sequel I was so excited, but I hated it. I felt that the characters had no depth the story was boring and didn't really go anywhere. The characters were the biggest disappointment for me Harmony & Lance were basically just stick figures who had sex every ten minutes.

posted by Anonymous on June 6, 2007

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 29, 2012

    Beyond bad

    I think part of my brain actually died off while I tried to read this. Horrible, even for Lora Leigh.

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