Lion’s Heat (Breeds, #15). ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Lion’s Heat by Lora Leigh

My rating: 5 of 5 stars.

The mating urge cannot be ignored… Bad boy Jonas Wyatt knows it is fate that Rachel becomes his mate. He can sense it. He can also sense her reluctance. But she has little power over the mating heat of the Breeds. It is Jonas’s destiny to claim her. And nothing will stop him from having his way.

Lion’s Heat

The bogeyman finally falls

Bureau Chief Jonas Wyatt has made a habit of manipulating situations to his advantage, especially in putting together couples that he knows are mates due to the blood tests they have had at Sanctuary. Once they spend time together, the mating heat takes place and then there is nothing much that can be done whether they want to go through with it or not. Though they are always happy together in the end, most people think can’t wait until it happens to him for a bit of payback.

Rachel is a pregnant human, whose ex-boyfriend told her to get an abortion and stranded her in Switzerland after stealing her passport and letting her know he wouldn’t give it back until she went through with it. However, she called Merinus, who sent her CIA brother Cade to bring her to Sanctuary. Merinus set her up with a job as Jonas’s assistant.

Jonas realizes right away that Rachel is his Mate and he sees the baby as his right from the start, but he doesn’t plan on going through with the mating. He was created as an Alpha Primal breed for breeding purposes in order to have hybrid creatures that could be the worst of breed genetics, more animal than human, with less emotions and more killing instinct.

The book also contains some unexpected twists and turns in the ongoing search for the pharmaceutical CEO’s that are constantly trying to kidnap breed mates and children in order to create a drug to stop or decrease aging. These guys continually put spies in Sanctuary and cause chaos. I have been reading these books in order based on the Lora Leigh web site.


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