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Tempting the Beast (Breeds Series #1)

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14 out of 15 people found this review helpful.

Tempting my beast

Lora Leigh is a master of romance. Her romances are emotional, moving and very sincere as well as being hotter than a blazing inferno.
Her characters are unforgettable and always striving for more and better in their worlds.
Callan Lyons is a Feline Breed; a g...
Lora Leigh is a master of romance. Her romances are emotional, moving and very sincere as well as being hotter than a blazing inferno.
Her characters are unforgettable and always striving for more and better in their worlds.
Callan Lyons is a Feline Breed; a genetically altered human whose DNA was grafted with that of a lion. Along with the other Feline Breeds with whom he escaped from the Labs of the Genetics Council, he is doing what he can to protect the few remaining members of the Pride. He is willing to risk everything to keep them safe; physically, mentally and emotionally.
Merinus Tyler is determined to meet with Lyons so that, through her father's newspaper, the Breeds are able to come forth and receive society's protection.
Neither one is prepared for the immediate, and extreme, attraction that takes control, but now that this connection has been forged there are no other options; especially with the Genetics Council determined to eradicate the Breeds and anyone that gets in their way.
You won't soon forget Callan, Merinus or any of the others that populate Lora Leigh's outstanding first Breeds story. If you haven't read FELINE BREEDS 1: TEMPTING THE BEAST and are not averse to scorching romance, then I strongly suggest you give it a try. Both, highly recommended reads.

posted by 148253 on November 14, 2008

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2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

I can not contiune with this series

I first started with "magans mark" , me not knowing the series yet. Then I purchesed the first one. I finished the book, but I will not contiune with the series. Lora Leigh's writing is graphic for my taste. I was rolling my eyes during this book in places. Not good eno...
I first started with "magans mark" , me not knowing the series yet. Then I purchesed the first one. I finished the book, but I will not contiune with the series. Lora Leigh's writing is graphic for my taste. I was rolling my eyes during this book in places. Not good enough for me for the money.

posted by topspin on June 11, 2012

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  • Posted March 30, 2011

    One word...

    ....AWFUL! This was one of the worst books I've ever encountered. The plot is ridiculous, as is the "mating frenzy" that the protagonists must endure, the author shows a complete lack of imagination with her use of a certain word over & over & over again, & did I say this book was AWFUL? I enjoy very graphic & erotic scences, but these were just terrible. I might as well have taken a $10 bill and flushed it down the toilet. It would have been a better use of my money than spending it on this book.

    1 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted April 14, 2009

    Not What I Was Expecting

    Only read this book if you enjoy porno's

    1 out of 9 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 10, 2012

    Laurann Dohner does it better

    We were promised something new – a genetic creation of human and animal DNA. There should have been a great story line about the horrors of the lab, the unity of the pride, and mating. Instead all we got was 98% sex and 2% character and plot development.

    This was done a whole lot better by Laurann Dohner with her New Species Series,

    0 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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