Callan Lyons is a genetic experiment. One of six fighting for freedom and the survival of their Pride. Merinus Tyler is the reporter who will tempt him, draw him, . Tempting the Beast was only my second read of an erotic romance and my first by . According to Lora Leigh’s website, she wrote the Breeds series out of order . Book 1 in the Feline Breeds seriesCallan Lyons is a genetic experiment, one of Merinus Tyler is the reporter who will tempt him, draw him, until the fury of the.
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Merinus is a journalist who works with her father and seven brothers. From here on, it will be the real starter for the series to develop. Hm… Callan Lyons, the male lead in this story is a genetically altered science experiment. Every few minutes, besst treated to a description of the state of her vagina. Unfortunately betrayal within their ranks brings the Council back into their lives and danger to Merinus. I may have actually been able to ignore the very contrived nature of the plot and all the hokey science fiction, had the characters been likeable.
Scary as it sounds, it apparently makes for super awesome orgasms. Her family is investigating Callan and the immoral and forbidden experiments and they want to expose the scientists Genetic Council who did such a thing.
It has a bit more sex scenes in it though, which I don’t mind at all! Also accompanying him are a dozen doctors, scientists and DNA specialists brought in weeks before to verify his claim. And did I mention that Callan has a penis barb? Her books seem to rely on Alpha males, stubborn females, action, and, of course, lots and lots of sex. Less is most definitely more.
However, in order to live free they must testify to the monstrosities that have happened to them to the presses. Overall though, these things were mostly mild annoyances and didn’t seriously detract from the main story.
While the torturous flames continue to consume them, the Council soldiers are closing in with the intent of taking Merinus for the child her body may now carry, and the ultimate betrayal of one close to them may have brought the soldiers right to their door. Virgins have yet to fuck, remember? I had this character pegged almost from the moment they first appeared in the story.
And I love it when the male feels this strong conection with the girl without even having talk to her.
I am probably being a bit unfair, this is after all erotica and not PNR and I should expect the overload of sex and not much else, but I liked the ideas of this story, and can’t help but wish it was more of a PNR. Why did I not find those scenes interesting…. The beginning parts of the book had me practically panting and there were shivers running up and down my spine, as well as other naughty parts.
However, because of them and the lack of what I would term true romance, I had a hard time buying into the idea of these two falling in love. I don’t know what to feel, whether to freaked out or feel impressed, I just But she uses it as an excuse for the stupidest decisions possible. To ask other readers questions about Tempting the Beastplease sign up. The intriguing cast of secondary characters and the open-ended epilogue have peaked my interest suffieciently to make me want to continue the series to see where this riveting story leads.
One moment they are purely lusting after one another in the “mating frenzy” while fighting the whole idea of having to be together at all especially the heroineand the next she is declaring her love for him out of the blue, with him following suit shortly thereafter. These books would be appropriate for teen and sensitive readers.
There’s a problem loading this menu right now. That said though, I wasn’t offended by anything I read and did not find anything out of context for the storyline. Apr 04, Paloma Beck rated it it was amazing Shelves: If you are reading her latest Breeds, like Meghan’s Mark and Harmony’s Way, you really should read this one.
So many people have raved about the Breeds series and Lora Leigh’s writing in general that I finally had to try it out. Dramatic and spellbinding temptingg of something we wonder if scientists are actually working on for the lejgh or the private sector.
Tempting the Beast
Read reviews that mention lora leigh tempting the beast sex scenes feline breeds callan lyons breed series story line merinus tyler callan and merinus alpha male genetic experiment next book genetics council main characters mating frenzy leigh books animal dna megans mark wait to read highly recommend. I think they were both just a little too alpha for my taste. Add to the situation her seven overbearing brothers and father’s interference can he succeed The plot…there were so many things that were left hanging….
The sequencing on her website and the book descriptions are sketchy or incorrect. Kindle Cloud Reader Read instantly in your browser. She vehemently warred against any kind of male dominance in her life at all, though she certainly cried quite a lot, which to me seemed rather contradictory to her nature. I have been disappointed in only one book in this series and there quite a few “Breed” books. What’s New – Home – Login. Ever since receiving the box, the entire Tyler clan has been tirelessly investigating the claims in hopes of exposing the Council’s evil deeds.
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It includes betrayals, loyalties, acts of violence, and even death. In my opinion, Merinus’s character was under-developed though. Even though I’ve only read this one book so far, I feel I’m going to become addicted to this series.
I really enjoyed this book! There are three main types of breeds: While he says he admires Merinus’ tough act, he continuously says things along the lines of “her brothers should have trained her breedz and other things that demonstrate an utter lack of respect.
Callan will use his strength to try an Callan Lyons is a genetic experiment. Can any books in the Breeds Series be read as a standalone? I fell in love with the Breeds from word one and with each new story more so. I really wanted to like this, as I normally love books about alpha males claiming their “fated” mates, and this one had a nice sci-fi twist that they are on the run from the cruel Council that created them. And Merinus will learn the folly of tempting the beast….
There was not a real conection between the characters.