Tanner’s Scheme (Breeds, #8). ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Tanner’s Scheme by Lora Leigh

My rating: 5 of 5 stars.

A sexy paranormal series set in a world where genetically altered Breeds and the humans who created them sometimes come together in the fiercest of passions. After the Feline Breeds’ main base is attacked, Tanner desires revenge. So he kidnaps Scheme Tallant-the daughter of a one-time high-ranking member of the Genetics Council. But when Tanner discovers that Scheme herself is a target of her father’s ruthless mission, his vengeance takes a back seat to saving the life of the woman he hopes to claim as his mate.

Tanner’s Scheme

Tanner and Scheme are a perfect match. They’re grrrrrrreat!

Tanner is a Bengal Breed and an enforcer who has been keeping an eye on Scheme Tallant for more than 10 years. Ever since she became an assistant to her father Cyrus Tallent, a one-time high ranking member of the Genetics Council and now an advocate for anti-breed politics.

What Tanner doesn’t know is that ever since Scheme’s father had his right hand man use her by getting her to fall in love with him, then when she got pregnant, both of them drugged her and forced her to have an abortion, she became a double agent for the Breeds. She has been working with Jonas and the Bureau of Breed Affairs against her father.

She found out extremely high level classified information and needed to get it to Jonas right away so she sent a message to him that she would meet him at a Ball and need immediate extraction. However Jonas wasn’t there. So she went to a hotel. Tanner follows her to the hotel and hits on her and while he is in the bathroom, her ex shows up to kill her. So Tanner takes her hostage. Things heat up between the two main characters from there. Scheme can’t fully trust Tanner, knowing that there is a spy for her father at Sanctuary who is trained in the same specialties as Tanner, and he thinks she is the enemy, but lusts after her.

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