The Breed Next Door (Breeds, #5.5). ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

The Breed Next Door by Lora Leigh

My rating: 5 of 5 stars.

Lyra’s neighbor can’t be for real. A man who makes her hormones stand up and scream every time she sees him. And he’s breaking through her reserve to invade her dreams at night.

But Tarek Jordan is even more than he seems. A Breed Enforcer with a plan. First, find the Council Trainer he’s tracked to Fayetteville, Arkansas, and second, claim the woman next door as his own. She’s fated to be his and his alone. He can feel it in his blood. Until the danger that has shadowed his life suddenly casts a darkness over Lyra’s as well.

Now Tarek knows that he can’t wait any longer to claim the woman his heart and soul burns for. He has to tell her who he is, what he is, and what he wants. And Lyra will have to accept him as he is, on his terms, and now. Her life depends on it.

The Breed Next Door originally appeared in Hot Spell.

The Breed Next Door

Loving these books!

These books have just the kind of Alpha males that I like. They are of course gorgeous, tall, muscular, smart, trained to be assassins so they are good protectors, they are possessive, a little jealous and very steamy in the bedroom.

This story is about Tarek Jordan, a Lion Breed who escaped the labs at age 10 because he was the runt of the litter and overheard his trainer saying they were going to put him down. However not long after he escaped, he had a growth spurt and ended up just as large as all the rest of the Lion Breeds.

He is living on his own but helping the main Breed Pride using his hacking skills to get information and find people. He also has been getting to know the little accountant next door named Lyra. The romance heats up when the trainer he has been researching shows up at Lyra’s house. It is certainly worth reading.


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