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Megan's Mark (Breeds Series #7)

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5 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

entertaining romantic science fiction suspense

In 2023 New Mexico Sheriff¿s Deputy Megan Fields patrols a lonely part of the desert. She likes this area because she is unable to control her empathic skills and rarely runs into anyone in this remote area. She senses trouble and soon finds a vehicle with two people ...
In 2023 New Mexico Sheriff¿s Deputy Megan Fields patrols a lonely part of the desert. She likes this area because she is unable to control her empathic skills and rarely runs into anyone in this remote area. She senses trouble and soon finds a vehicle with two people dead inside. Someone starts shooting at her. Lion breed (mix of lion DNA into human DNA) Braden Arness helps expedite Megan from the mess though she does not trust a breed especially one who just bit her. --- The next day inside Sheriff Lance¿s office, Braden sees Megan and becomes instantly hard and jealous when he senses her arousal, though he is not sure who the male is. Braden insists that the Coyotes who killed the two breeds wanted Megan dead as she was the target. He will stay by her side to protect her though she tells him to get lost as she fears her attraction to Braden as she gave up on sex years ago it is hard to enjoy anything when you hear the inner thoughts and fantasies of one¿s partner. As they fall in love and he already marked her with his bite as his, a powerful deadly enemy wants her dead. --- This entertaining romantic science fiction suspense will remind the audience of KITTY AND THE MIDNIGHT HOUR by Carrie Vaughn and MaryJanice Davidson¿s DERIK¿S BANE as this futuristic world filled with ¿Breeds¿ seems ¿normal¿. The paranormal elements blend smoothly into the exciting story line and the lead couple make a fine pairing though society forbids a relationship between a half breed and a purebred. Though some readers will be turned off by too much profanity and the lead female denies she is in love too often, sub-genre readers will appreciate this delightful thriller. --- Harriet Klausner

posted by harstan on December 9, 2008

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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

Flipped through the pages. . .

Not because I couldn't wait to see what happened but because I HOPED something good would happen soon before I went to sleep. I'm not even really understanding the title. Mark is not the main character Braden was. I've read Leigh's previous novels about the big cats and...
Not because I couldn't wait to see what happened but because I HOPED something good would happen soon before I went to sleep. I'm not even really understanding the title. Mark is not the main character Braden was. I've read Leigh's previous novels about the big cats and Braden has got to be the least appealing one of all. I didn't feel like he and Megan had as hot chemistry together as Leigh's other characters. The love scenes seemed forced, just like going through the motions or something and Megan flat out got on my nerves, jeez. The whole part about her accepting her psychic abilities was like pulling a tooth. I really wanted a size ten boot to put up her you know what. Anyway I really enjoyed Lora's other books but this one lacked the pizazz she showed in the books written for Ellora's Cave. I really hope her next one is better.

posted by Anonymous on August 29, 2006

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  • Posted April 13, 2009

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    I missed the "EROTICA" description for this book.

    Plot is good, once you get past like "my co*k is so hard" and "I am so wet," which frequented the entire book! The true kicker, was realizing who the villain was. A FREAKING SURPRISE!!!! Makes me kind of interested to reading the other serious, of course skipping the erotica, so I can find out what company is behind the scheme.---Sorry can't give too much away.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 22, 2007

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    MEGAN'S MARK by Lora Leigh ~ An entertaining read. Eroticism is prevalent in this novel, as promised. There are moments of hilarity, lust, love and hardship. Though there are hints of sexual abuse, the author refrains from becoming too descriptive. I appreciate the author¿s approach: to allude rather than illustrate that particular part of the story. In this instance, Ms. Leigh gets the point across just fine without having to be explicit. I am curious as to whether or not she will be doing a follow-up novel with Jonas Wyatt 'aka F2-07'. I want to hear his and Aimee¿s full story. On the other hand, maybe he and Mia, his PA at Sanctuary, will formulate a relationship¿

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 9, 2006

    Could've, should've been better

    I am a huge fan of this author, but this one left me scratching my head. Megan was annoying and I thought Braden could have been a little more sexy and a little less overbearing. For me it was just an ok read.

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