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eBook Mercury's War (Feline Breeds) ePub

by Lora Leigh

  • ISBN: 0739498711
  • Category: Paranormal
  • Subcategory: Love Story
  • Author: Lora Leigh
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Berkley Sensation (2008)
  • Pages: 341
  • ePub book: 1328 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1835 kb
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  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 798

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Part of Breeds series by Lora Leigh. Silence filled the lab as Jonas stared at the file, quirking his brow at her obvious ill temper

Part of Breeds series by Lora Leigh. Silence filled the lab as Jonas stared at the file, quirking his brow at her obvious ill temper. Breed females didn’t have PMS, so he couldn’t explain her mood swings as well as he could those of the few non-Breed females in the compound. He had decided months ago that Ely was just contrary. He liked that about her though.

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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Someone has been slipping the Sanctuary's secure information to a pharmaceutical company. Now it's up to Ria Rodriguez to pose as a clerk and uncover the leak. Yet she has no idea of the danger she's about to encounter-or the passion she's about to ignite in one of the greatest Breeds ever created. Now it's up to Ria Rodriguez to pose as a clerk and uncover the leak

Mercury's War Breeds -16 Lora Leigh PROLOGUE BUFFALO GAP, VIRGINIA BREED COMPOUND, SANCTUARYHe was a beast, an animal. Читать онлайн Mercury's War. Leigh Lora.

Mercury's War Breeds -16 Lora Leigh PROLOGUE BUFFALO GAP, VIRGINIA BREED COMPOUND, SANCTUARYHe was a beast, an animal. He was a creation, the blending of man and lion, and the beast was caged within him. Powerful, strong. The ability to run, to hunt, to scent the enemy on the wind and taste it in the breeze was chained in the dimmest part of the man’s subconscious. How was it fair that it was locked away? it roared. Mercury's War. Breeds -16. Lora Leigh. Buffalo gap, virginia breed compound, sanctuary.

Выделяйте текст, добавляйте закладки и делайте заметки, скачав книгу "Mercury's War: A Novel of the Breeds" . Nothing matches Lora Leigh?s latest entry in the series about genetically altered Breeds with feline DNA?and the humans who awaken their desire.

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Nothing matches Lora Leigh?s latest entry in the series about genetically altered Breeds with feline DNA?and the humans who awaken their desire.

Nothing matches Lora Leigh?s latest entry in the series about genetically altered Breeds with feline DNA?and the humans.

Mercury pulled his black mission shirt back over his head and stared back at Elyiana Morrey as she stored another vial of his blood in her little carrier. Every time a Breed turned around, she was standing there with her little blood-collecting necessities staring at them with those soft brown puppy-dog eyes. A Feline female shouldn’t have puppy-dog eyes, but this one did. Too much emotion, Mercury had always thought

Nothing matches Lora Leigh?s latest entry in the series about genetically altered Breeds with feline DNA?and the humans who awaken their desire. 5 Blue Ribbons from Romance Junkies! Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 10 years ago. Mercury Warrant is the most animalistic of the feline breeds. As the only male who lost his mate, Mercury is watched closely by doctors to make sure his feral nature does not resurface. Since his mate died in the labs, Mercury is resigned to live his life alone without the comfort of the one woman nature intended for him.

Mercury's War (Breeds by Lora Leigh. Nothing matches Lora Leigh's latest entry in the series about genetically altered Breeds with feline DNA, and the humans who awaken their desire

Mercury's War (Breeds by Lora Leigh. Nothing matches Lora Leigh's latest entry in the series about genetically altered Breeds with feline DNA, and the humans who awaken their desire. Yet she has no idea of the danger she's about to encounter, or the passion she's about to ignite in one of the greatest Breeds ever created.

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Comments

Enditaling Enditaling
While I love Lora Leigh and her detailed writing..sometimes I wish she could get tiny facts right. Don't get me wrong, the breed series as a whole is great..some fantastic books in the series and some not. Do I think this series has been stretched between too many books? Yes. Are some worth reading? Yes. Is this one of them? Yes. HOWEVER, I know how nit-picky I'm being on this but in rereading the book the whole "lion breeds mate for life like their cousin". Their cousin the lion? What cousin breeds for life? Lions don't breed for life. In fact most lions have a PRIDE mostly composed of FEMALES. Do we know what rival lions do? Especially if there are cubs? They fight the current male for the pride or kill him and then kill any cubs to get the female ovulating again so he can breed her. And the whole "temperatures below zero with the lions patrolling sanctuary". What? Lions out in the middle of winter in freezing conditions? Come on. African lions. I know animals acclimate to a point...but please. Don't insult our intelligence. It would be nice if authors who write books like these with "genetically enhanced humans..half man half animal" watched a documentary on the beasts they attempt to write about. Or ask an animal expert. Read a book, do research. It's little details like this that completely railroad my reading experience since I happen to be in the animal field. I give this book 3 stars. I recommend this series over Laurann Dohners only if you want lengthy books with decently, intelligently written dialogue for the most part that has good flow. Seriously if you read reviews to determine if you'll read the book? Sure go ahead and read it. It's good. It grabs you. But, it's a little pricey and has some incorrect information.
Do the math on the pricey part kindle books in this series? $7.

How many books in the series? 30.

7x30........

In the end I do recommend the book. Just know...this lady doesn't know much about animals and makes for head scratching statements that are hilarious and annoying at the same time.
Nuadazius Nuadazius
After so many books, all the breeds start to blend together. You basically know what you're getting when you read a Breed novel by Lora Leigh. The story is well written, if a little faced paced, and the characters are enjoyable. As someone who actively adores the whole "one true mate" cliche in paranormal romance, I'm a bit saddened to say that I'm starting to find this series lacking in interest. Unfortunately after having read pretty much every single breed novel, I'm struggling telling most of the male and some of the female characters apart. I get that there is a specific type of hero that stars in these kinds of novels, but the lack of character difference makes me feel like I'm reading about the same two characters over and over again- just in slightly different scenarios.
Quttaro Quttaro
I chose to give Lora Leigh's Mercury's War a 5 star rating because I absolutely love this series and this book is as awesomely written as all the others! I love the fact that in this series, and book particular, you have all these damaged hybrids and humans that just want validation of their existence and soul. They just want peace for their lives that have been stripped of any kind of love or compassion. Lora gives each one of these "damaged souls" love and writes on the struggles they have faced and continue to face at present. Some of these stories, like Mercury's, are particularly heart breaking and you find yourself sympathizing with them a great deal! THAT is the mark of a great author. She makes you feel for them through her words and it is wonderful! Great book, and I would recommend it to anyone who loves Romances. It has a strong Adult theme to it, also a bit of a fantasy feel. I mean, come on, these men are awesome but are hybrids of animals as well! But HOT HOT HOT reads!! People who love her series will continue to love it with this book!
Linn Linn
It's difficult to follow the Breed series in any order, since various Breeds have their own progression of books, so if you want a clear list of books to read beginning to end, go to the author's website. This book seemed to be close enough to a standalone; there weren't a lot of references to crucial past events and the characters that appear are all explained enough.

Leigh turned up the steam on this one; I actually can't remember if I've read any other Breed book loaded with so much sex. Thinking about sex, talking about sex, having it in all sorts of places. Mercury and Ria are as close to dynamite as any of the other Breeds. Even though Mercury has enough testosterone for five men, enough of his backstory was provided and he treats Ria in a respectful enough way that it enhances his personality rather than rendering him a knuckle-dragger.

Ria is my favorite of the mates so far; there's nothing not to like about her and she's perfectly matched with Mercury from the start without any of the blushing and stammering that some of Leigh's Mary Sue's seem to suffer from. This story is heartbreakingly romantic; the last third of the book was a rollercoaster and was written with such an ear for their relationship that you felt Mercury and Ria's pain.

As I've said before in my reviews of Leigh's books, she's so unneven with her writing that you never know if you're going to get the best read of the year or something to toss on a bonfire. Here, she delivers an incredible story for this couple, pairing it with a fairly interesting suspense line, then as seems to be the case with nearly every Breed book lately, she loses it at the end for the mystery. Frankly, there are some obnoxious Breeds and humans that it wouldn't hurt me to see killed off for the sake of delivering a whopper of an ending.

This was a complete winner for me, in spite of Leigh's efforts to lose me at the end. I definitely went through some tissues, which for this series, is a sure sign that I fell hard for this couple and their story. This is definitely one of Leigh's best.