Books by Lora Leigh

C
Lion’s Heat

I came to Lion’s Heat with some general expectations. I had read the previous books in the series and was interested in Jonas’s story, but didn’t have any particular hopes for his own mating. Nonetheless, I was rather disappointed to see how his relationship developed. It was unsatisfying, and ...

B-
Bengal's Heart

Sigh.  Just what I need.  Another author to glom.  The Breeds are a secret genetically engineered species combining animal predators and humans, and 20 years ago the truth of the Breeds came out.  Since then, they have fought for their rights and struggled against the prejudice still rampant ...

D
Maverick

Sex alone does not make for a solid romance and, unfortunately, good sexual tension will only take you so far. Bad sexual tension takes me nowhere whatsoever. Maverick features a couple who have great sex, but there is no possible way I can picture a happily ever after for them, something I find n ...

B-
Mercury's War

Earlier this year I granted DIK status to Dawn's Awakening, the previous single title release in Lora Leigh's Breeds series, and just last month gave her Breeds short story in the Shifter anthology a B-. It's clear I'm a fan of this series, but since my review of another of her recent single titles ...

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Wicked Pleasure

I've read all of Lora Leigh's Bound Hearts stories; some (Surrender and Submission) are successful, some less so. Wicked Pleasure falls into the latter category because it felt as though I'd read the book before. What I initially liked about the series was the pure unadulterated kink of it; the hero ...

B
Tanner's Scheme

This is another installment in Lora Leigh's Breed series, and in my opinion, one of the better ones. Scheme Tallant's father Cyrus is responsible for the orders that sent countless Breeds to their deaths. Tanner Reynolds, a Bengal Tiger Breed, believes Scheme played a role in her father's action ...

C+
Hidden Agendas

If you've read Lora Leigh’s books before, you know that eroticism is a major focal point, and the sexual interaction between the leads in Hidden Agendas, Kell Kreiger and Emily Stanton, plays a significant part in this novel. Both Kell and Emily's point of view are explored in terms of what they t ...

D
Nauti Boy

I’ve read several of Lora Leigh’s short stories and a couple of her novels. I have come to the conclusion that I prefer her in small doses. Nauti Boy is burning hot, but pages and pages of sex don’t do much when the story is thin and you don’t care for the characters. When Douglas “R ...

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Dangerous Games

When I got the list of books to review, I saw the blurb for Dangerous Games. It featured a Navy SEAL hero, a heroine who worked for the DEA, and some bad drug pushers as the villains. All right!” I said, “This looks like a good romantic suspense mystery”. Because of that, and because an acq ...