Mass Market Paperbound
320 pages, 6.88 × 4.25 × 0.9 in
December 5, 2006
Penguin Publishing Group
The following ISBNs are associated with this title:
ISBN - 10: 0425213056
ISBN - 13: 9780425213056
About the Book
The author of "Megan's Mark" continues her erotic paranormal series featuring genetically altered humans with feline DNA. When the Breeds desire the passions of the flesh, they can't help but get frisky. Original.
From the Publisher
From the New York Times bestselling author of Rule Breaker, sink your fangs into Lora Leigh’s series about genetically-altered humans with feline DNA. When the Breeds desire the passions of the flesh, they can’t help but get frisky...
Harmony Lancaster is of the Lion breed, created to be a huntress with a thirst to kill. But the way she seeks justice outside of the law makes her a liability to her own kind. Yet she also possesses information that they need on the existence of the First Leo—who holds the precious secrets of desire.
To save her life, Harmony is paired with Sheriff Lance Jacobs, who tries to tame the killer within her, while protecting the gentle woman he longs to possess. But a dangerous cult leader, bent on destroying the Breeds, could change the way Lance looks at Harmony forever…
About the Author
Lora Leigh is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of the Breed novels, including Lawe’s Justice, Stygian’s Honor, and Navarro’s Promise. She is also the author of Nauti Enchantress, Nauti Temptress, and the Nauti Boys series which includes Nauti Deceptions, Nauti Intentions, and Nauti Dreams.
Praise for Lora Leigh's Breed novels:
“I’m a huge fan of Lora Leigh’s Breed books.”—Nalini Singh, New York Times Bestselling Author of the Psy/Changeling Novels
“When it comes to this genre, Lora Leigh is the queen.” —Romance Junkies
“Lora Leigh delivers on all counts.”—Romance Reviews Today
“I was hooked.”—Night Owl Reviews
“Highly charged and carnal.”—Fresh Fiction
“Heart-wrenching.”—Fallen Angel Reviews
“Leigh’s action-packed Breeds series makes a refreshing change.” —Monsters and Critics
“The love scenes are incendiary.”—All About Romance