Reporter Cassa Hawkins has always supported Breed rights—especially in light of a specimen like Cabal St. Laurents, the epitome of the male animal. But when the Breeds are incriminated in a series of violent murders, it’s left to Cassa and Cabal to discover the truth before they become prey.
©2009 Lora Leigh (P)2011 Penguin
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Am I just imagining this? I thought up to about 3 hours from the end that the killer was a female. Then suddenly this person calling themselves death is a dude? I could have sworn the killer was referred to as a she and even voiced as a female.
Aside from that, I'm irritated at the same sorts of things other reviewers (see the Amazon reviews, since the Audible ones all seem to be positive). I was unimpressed with Cassa, half the time she acts strong and the other half she's weak and whiny. I was even less impressed by Cabal, he supposedly knew his mate for years but screwed around on her, letting her suffer with mating heat while he was sleeping with half the world. Then when they got together she was either harping on his cheating or melting over how she loved him and he was cold and manipulative, blaming her for something she had no control over all the way up to the end when suddenly he knew all along that it wasn't her fault.
I'm also not happy about how all this is handled by Jonas and his manipulation and threats against other breeds, especially Cabal when he finally loses it because Cassa was kidnapped. Actually, I'm not happy about how all the breeds are becoming cold manipulating assh*les.
Then there's the inconsistencies in the timelines and story plots. I'll keep listening to the series, at least for now.
This was my first breed series, but not my first Lora Leigh book. The reviews a were misleading; the female protagonist is complete pain in the rear. If you like a bickering couple, mistrusting couple then this is your book. I haven’t finished this book, I’m on chapter 22 and still reading to find out who is doing the killing. If not for that I would let it go because I sick of Cassa Hawkins being a drama queen.
No, women would be the one to watch the movie and we are tired of lead female like Hawkins.
Yes, I have enjoyed the Breed series very much!
My only problem with the book is why they waited so long to get together? The entire series is aout the devotion of the mates, His sex with all the name and faceless other women was a disappointment
Cabel's story was another story I was really looking forward to hearing. This was a great story with lots of twists and turns. If you like Lora Leigh, you will not be disappointed by this story. Love a steamy romance, this is your book. Be warned the sex is explicit but all Lora Leigh's books are hot this way.
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