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Number one best-selling author Lora Leigh turns up the heat in her latest audiobook of high-stakes passion and persuasion featuring the men of Brute Force.

Ilya Dragonovich is no stranger to the dark side. As a safe-house owner for security agency Brute Force, Dragon knows that the battle line between good and evil runs through the heart of every man - and, sometimes, a beautiful woman...

Emma Jane Preston needs help. After her marriage crumbled, she believed she could get back to a normal, happy life. But her ex-husband moved among some shady characters, and now she needs the kind of protection that comes at a cost - one that only someone like Dragon can provide. But can Emma Jane trust this handsome, undercover operator to keep her safe when she is in danger of falling into the arms of the deeply seductive, fiery Dragon...and never letting go?

“Leigh’s books can scorch the ink off the page.” (RT Book Reviews)

©2019 Lora Leigh (P)2019 Macmillan Audio

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The Dragon Heir

I am a Lora Leigh fan and I heave read or listened to most of her books. I enjoyed this book for the most part. I liked that Emma Jane was no push-over. She held her ground and was never the helpless female waiting on a man to do everything or dictate what needs to be done. Also, she held strong to her principles, despite the strong attraction, while her divorce was being finalized, she resisted what could have been called infidelity. When they did meet again, no games. I liked the honesty and the chemistry between them. Of course, it would not be a Lora Leigh book without some back door action. That is so predictable, and of course the phrase "… it is so good...". I can just hear Brianna Bronte's voice screaming that out in every one of her books that I have listened. Regardless,liked the characters and was happy to hear some past favorite ones included, It is just that when it ended it felt so unfinished that I was expecting more. I had to listen to the last chapter again to be sure I did not miss out on something.
I felt that the book ended with so many unanswered questions such as the involvement of her ex-husband and his family, how far did that go, were the parents innocent bystanders or was Emma Jane's ex-mother-in-law just an innocent caught up in the situation that lead to her being kidnapped. What happened to Sabrina after that incident, will Ilya choose to live in Emma Jane's beloved home or will they choose to live somewhere more secure? How was Nick after the hospital, and a few more questions.
I look forward to the next in the series and hopefully some answers to my unanswered questions still buzzing in my mind.

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  • 12-14-19

Excellent powerful story

I loved this series, but really think you’d know the characters better if you started with the Elite Ops series first, but then I love series. Ms Leigh’s books have in-depth story telling, vibrant characters and red hot sex but always with emotion and feelings involved. She tells terrific tales. Ms Bronte is wonderful with male and female and does accents so well.

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New favorite

Years ago I read her books. Now I am forced to listen. This is my new favorite.

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fantastic story. hope the dra

her brother and Erick should be next. or will it be Sawyer. continue the story.

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The Power of Love

Lora did not disappoint. Well developed storyline with a good balance of erotica, romance, and soulful truths. True love can heal the soul and fade past hurts.
Brianna’s narration is excellent, stellar as always. Looking forward to the next story in the Brute Force Series.

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Dragon heir and his mate

Brianna Bronte did a great job with this story. Ilya Dragonovich and Emma Jane Preston had skirted around their attraction for different reasons. Ilya was a dangerous man and the heir to the Dragonovich family that wielded mafia power in Romania and Emma Jane was just getting out of a marriage.

When someone threatened EJ’s life, Ilya knew it was time to claim her as his own and under his protection. But the person after her was a mystery, and that was not going to fly with the Dragon heir.

I really liked Emma Jane’s independence, loyalty and inner strength. She clearly loved Ilya but she also had a clear sense of what’s right, and she also stood up for herself against her protective family. The mystery stalker wasn’t really much of a mystery although the motive was a surprise. I enjoyed their reliance on each other for comfort and love. I also see that Emma Jane was strong enough for a boss like Ilya.
The almost mythical characteristics of the dragon tattoo gave the story a supernatural feel that gave the stories Romanian family some mystique.

I had hoped for more information on EJ’s culpability with her accident as well as his mother’s motive. Maybe in the next books, we can get a resolution on those issues.

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  • 07-22-20

Ilya-dark, sensual and positively yummy!

Cracking story. Has an aspect of long ago legeng, mysterious culture, a dark sensuality that winds its way into your mind, drawing its own version of the dragon you 'see' when listening. Brilliant characters. Loved it. Can't wait for more. Woukd love to see more of the Dragon Warriors and their own stories. Was nice to have a peek into the old Elites again! Thank you xx