Four all-new stories of primitive desire- with a never-before- published novella of the Breeds. #1 New York Times bestselling author Lora Leigh returns. Primal Kiss By Lora Leigh – FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period. Read “Primal” by Lora Leigh with Rakuten Kobo. Four all-new stories of primitive desire- with a never-before- published novella of the Breeds. #1 New York.
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Would you like us to take another look at this review? Leigh delivered once again with this brief installment to the “Breed” series. Juneau seems to have the same need to hit the road, and they take off together.
Overall I enjoyed all four of the short stories in Primal and I give it 4 flaming hearts. Hot, engaging, emotional, but most importantly believable. If he was involved with what was described in Bengal’s Heart it seems a bit unbeleivable that he’s helping Jonas or that the Breeds would be so forgiving??? It is more about the relationship that grows between two unlikely main characters.
Mar 22, Habrewer rated it really liked it. The scion Corinne has gone missing, and it is up to Sajia, a servant to the vampires to find her. But the plot lines have been a bit rushed for me in the last few books. Sajia lives in a world ruled by ruthless vampires.
I haven’t read one of her books in awhile and I was hoping for something without a sassy heroine. For me, I’ve read all of Leigh’s stories in anthologies but only a lkra of her novels, so this didn’t end up supplanting my favorite Breed short I liked the one in Magical Christmas Cat the bestsince – and I can’t believe I am saying this – there was too much story and not enough of the romance even though there is still plenty of hot clenching, drenching, and throbbing for those who like Leigh’s more explicit love scenes.
Mar 09, Gab rated it it was amazing.
You don’t get confused about who is what and why. Nov 05, Sammy Loves Books rated it really liked it Shelves: This story gives us prima, few tense moments, which Jill and Declan have learned is pretty much their life now. For the rest, their abilities seem fascinating, and I’d like to know more about MockingbirdTanagerFinchand the rest. However, her blood is poisonous to them. I loved the leigh book.
Ava Gray also gives us a very, very hot sex scene is this book. Fallen angels, dijins, vampires in a post apocalyptic world catches my attention.
The purpose of them should be to entice new readers to the series and get them to start from the beginning. She dreams in bright, vivid images of the characters intent on taking over her writing life, and fights a constant battle to put them on the hard drive of her computer before they can disappear as fast as they appeared.
Breeds are almost sure that Kita could be a good potential pawn against their enemies, but Creed is absolutely sure that Kita is his potential mate. When not writing, thinking about writing, or plotting what to write, Lora, a Kentucky native, enjoys gardening, fishing, and hiking with her husband and children. Aparently this took place after this first book in her series.
The whole “bad guys are good guys that made the wrong choices” shebang. Bleeding Heart by Michelle Rowen: Wake a Sleeping Tiger. I had never read from any of these authors prior to this book, I came out of this book wanting more of most of these novellas.
To protect her from the savage Breeds, her father has hired tight security around Kita at all times but Kita wants a life, even if it means giving up eye-candy like tough guy Creed Raines.
I think everyone will enjoy the stories by Ava Gray and Lora Leigh. He knows her father is an expert at betrayal, and is patiently waiting for that to happen. They’ve broken out of those torturous, inhuman labs, and they are finally finding life although the Breeds must still fight for their freedom from those who don’t believe they should exist…or, at least, not as humans with human rights. It would be nice to get the beginning story on Declan and Jill as I enjoyed what I read here.
Visions of Heat Nalini Singh. Ava Gray does a great job giving us a believable love story with a hero and heroine that has no past history in a story less than pages. Saija is a human who works for a powerful vampire family. For the many people that decide to skip this book because it’s in an anthology, some of the story may be lost.
HAWT just doesn’t cover it. But Gray included some very interesting tidbits here and there. The Jory Strong novella was insanely confusing to me.
Primal Kiss (The Breeds, #23) by Lora Leigh – Risingshadow
Angel-Claimed by Jory Strong was my least favorite story in the book, it was good and I enjoyed it though. This short story is not a stand alone and should be read after reading Lion’s Heat in order to unde I only read the Primal Kiss Breeds short story by Lora Leigh in this book. I feel as though I would have liked it less and been confused had I not read Lion’s Heat first.