Lora Leigh, Kentuckian, has so far produced nearly 30 books in what she calls The Breed series. A group of nefarious scientists have crossed human and animal genetics and produced breeds of men with the phalluses of animals: wolves, lions, and coyotes. This audiobook is book three in the Wolf Breeds series and is performed without irony by the solid alto voice of Maxine Mitchell. The story revolves around a wolf-man named Aidan whose solitude and intensity is challenged by a young, female lab tech. But plot is not the primary draw of Leigh’s series. Explicit and breathless, this is imaginative porn for those who like their 50 shades of twilight a bit longer and harder.
The forces of survival and destruction swirl in the darkest corners of men's minds. The nature of the beast cannot be harnessed, and survival is the purest of all instincts. Survival of the species itself goes soul deep.
But can the human heart accept and adapt as easily? Can Charity bestow the love and the acceptance that has always been a part of her, to the man whose very survival depended on the hardening of his heart, of his soul? And can Aiden maintain that cruelty now, in the face of the sacrifices she made? Only time and nature can tell….
©2003 Lora Leigh (P)2013 Audible Inc.
My husband has been paralyzed for 20 years. For the last several years I have been able to finish my chores for the day and sit down to read my beloved Breed books. Some have been read numerous times. my grown children (45...34...and 28) tease me that its about the sex. But although that is appealing, especially after 20 years living a nun's life, I have to say I love the plots...the characters....every aspect of Lora's books. I love that I can escape my very difficult, sad life for a while every day. Thank you, Lora Leigh, for providing me with some excitement and romance in an often bleak existence. Lynette Martin
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