Twin Passions (Wizard Twins Series #3)

Twin Passions (Wizard Twins Series #3)

by Lora Leigh
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Twin Passions (Wizard Twins Series #3) by Lora Leigh

Book three in the Wizard Twins series.

Astra Al'madere betrayed all. Those she loved. Those she swore to protect. And all for the Dark Wizards whose passion and heat she can't live without. A Sorceress can sense her Twins, the men destined to join her in her power to strengthen the planet of Sentmar, and Astra has sensed for a while-the Delmari are hers. She can't turn her back on them, deliver them to justice, even though they'd turned from her many years ago. A pain that still rips her heart in two.

Torran and Rhydan knew the road to claiming their Consortress would not be an easy one. After all, a painful lie had driven her away, causing her to believe they didn't burn for her. Weren't consumed by her. But when she chooses to save them rather than honor her duty, the Wizards have the chance to show Astra she's always been the only one they desire.

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ISBN-13: 9781419967740
Publisher: Ellora's Cave Publishing
Publication date: 10/30/2012
Series: Wizard Twins Series , #3
Pages: 198
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.45(d)

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Twin Passions 3.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 15 reviews.
Parentof3 More than 1 year ago
I've been a Lora Leigh fan from the minute I picked up her first Breed book. After that I couldn't devour enough of her writing. So with that preface I just have to say this one was boring. Maybe if I had re-read the first two in the series first I would have enjoyed this one more but even then I think I'd have the same response. The heroine was weak. I'm fine with a damaged heroine but this one didn't confront her twins with her assumptions and try to get answers, she just had her assumptions and went against what she thought was true anyway and just hated herself for almost the entire story. Blah, not how I want my erotic romances to go. I'm fine with some conflict between my heros and heroines but this had no snap at all, just a downer. She's still an auto buy for me but this one will not be one I'll re-read.
Thecrazygranny More than 1 year ago
Given to me from the publisher for an honest review Astra betrays all she has known and loved to save the lives of the Demari twins aka the Dark Wizards, her destined mates. A lie told has Astra believing that the twins don’t want her as their Consortress. The twins know they have a lot to overcome in winning Astra’s love. I’m not sure where to begin, but here goes.. I am a HUGE Lora Leigh fan. I have read almost all of her books. My favs are the Nauti Boys, Bound Hearts, Men of August, Breeds, Elite Ops and the Tempting Seals. I have not read the first two books in this series so that maybe part of the problem for me. Usually with Lora’s books you don’t need to read them in order to know what is going on. I feel I would have enjoyed this book more if I had read them. I like the story line and everything, it was just hard to follow along. I had to stop and think about what her ‘words’ meant. There is a glossary of terms in the beginning of the book, and the first few chapters fill you in with the backstory. If you have read the first two books in this series I’m sure you will enjoy it. 3 stars 2 1/2 flames
KatsPL More than 1 year ago
Start at Page 234. After waiting entirely too many years for #3 to finally come out, and then to deal with the distress that it wasn't the story I'd been waiting for, it wasn't enough but to then put up with the first 234 pgs of pompous, redundant, ridiculous over-use of "titles" and medieval language attempts-- it was clear none of that had been written by Lora Leigh- or some alien had taen over her and her computer. But, after that the story flowed, was enjoyable to read, the characters and plot progreed smoothly with passion, heart-wrenching moments and the wonderful mystery twist at the end. It all made sense at that point why Astra's story (she was a bit of a weak heroine) needed to come first...but now onto Serena. Let's sincerely hope we don't have to wait another 8 yrs before getting #4.
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Okay im normally down for lora leigh books but this one sounded like it was going to be another good read but there was really much of a story going on hear it was a bunch of filler. Plus im surpise that she was able to keep all the wizard and soresscess straight. She kept saying that they had name but she barely used them. And in the front of the book is a dictionary to help explain the titles of the charaters but in the story she explained them over and over again so much so that i think it hurt the story line but anyways i suggest waiting till it goes on sale because 9 dollars is way to much for this fluff piece or better yet stick with her breed series those are awesome jm
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Gigs68 More than 1 year ago
I thought it was a good read. which the dragons and the wizards and the woman who could save them all!
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