A Novel the Feline Breeds
The author of Megan's Mark continues her PURRfectly paranormal series.
Lora Leigh's series about genetically-altered humans with feline DNA is turning into a roaring success. When the Breeds desire the passions of the flesh, they can't help but get frisky.
You met our hero, Lance, in Megan's Mark. The sheriff of Broken Butte New Mexico and a man who doesn't like to have his carefully constructed life becoming messy.
Enter one fully grown, fiery female lion breed assassin.
Harmony's life is on the line and saving her won't be easy. Breed Law gives her only one chance to turn her Breed talents to serve the law, rather than to mete out justice. Has she confined the killing to Coyotes or Council members, she could have slid by, but Harmony's weakness is the predators who attack children and destroy young lives forever. That weakness finds her paired with Lance Jacob's, whose job it is to teach the lioness the difference between law and justice.
Mating her wasn't in the job description that the Director of the Bureau of Breed Affairs, Jonas Wyatt, outlined. But nature, lust, and love will eventually have its way. As will death if Lance doesn't find a way to solve the mystery of several deaths in his town. Murders obviously committed by a Breed. And highest on the list of suspects, is Lance's mate.~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Sexual Content: NC-17
Note from author:The Breeds were originally written out of order chronologically, so that and a change in publishers is why there are chronological discrepancies in Jacob’s Faith and Aiden’s Charity. The Breed character is listed first.
Breed reading order:
- Tempting the Beast
- The Man Within
- Elizabeth’s Wolf
- Kiss of Heat
- Soul Deep
- The Breed Next Door (in Hot Spell anthology)
- Megan’s Mark
- Harmony’s Way
- Tanner’s Scheme
- Wolfe’s Hope
- Jacob’s Faith
- Aiden’s Charity
- In a Wolf’s Embrace (in Beyond the Dark anthology)
- Dawn’s Awakening
- A Jaguar’s Kiss (in Shifter anthology)
- Mercury’s War
- Christmas Heat (The Magical Christmas Cat anthology)
- Coyote's Mate (February 2009)