#1 New York Times bestselling author Lora Leigh returns to the world of the Breeds where animal instincts can bring a feral pleasure to every man and his willing female mate.
©2011 Lora Leigh (P)2011 Penguin Audio
My reading and listening tastes are eclectic.
If you like the Breed series by Lora Leigh, you will not be disappointed by this one. I have loved reading the series since the first one was published. Do not listen to this book if you find explicit sex intolerable, or if you cannot stand emotional angst, or if violence upsets you. Otherwise, it is a great book with lots of explicit sizzle, a great plot to follow, excellent character development, and good sci-fi that doesn't require the suspension of belief. Love it.
Lawe's Justice shows a strong woman who is allowed to remain that way. It's a really good story with depth. There is still a ton of emotion, one on one relationship and adventure. This is not for someone who does not want explicit description. It is great for those of us who relish it.
I was not sure how the Breed books would go on audible, but I was pleasantly surpised at how it turned out! It was terrific!!
She did a great job portraying all the characters in this book and the emotions of the scenes being portrayed!
I was very disappointed with this book. It lacked a lot of what some of the others did.
Not sure but know it most likely won't be a Lora Leigh book.
Briana was ok, not stellar but not that bad.
No. It lacks the depth some of her other books do. It felt like a rush job and that her heart wasn't in it as much as some of the other books.
This book lacks the charter development and story line that some of her other books have.
The reader has not let me down, but the author sure has with this one! I have always liked the Breeds story line, and will probably read the next book, just to make sure I get the overall story arc covered, but I don't think I can live through listening to the same conversation 25 times again!
This book could have been written in half the pages! Lawe and Diane have the same conversation... can I trust him, does he trust me, will he let me be the woman I need to be, can I trust her, if she loves me she will do things my way ..yada yada yada....at least 25 times in the book, and honestly, I understood the conversation the first time. Got it, move on...please!
I like Brianna, she is a good reader. Jonas' voice got on my nerves simply because of where she pitched it, but no big deal.
As I have already said...very disappointed. It is hard when you wait for a long time for a book in a series to come out and then when it does...it lets you down in a big way. Have had a couple of other writers do this to me many many books in....maybe it is time to tie up the loose ends and move on to another series, for both the reader and the writer.
Yes, we all from time to time need an escape to the wild side.
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