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Read Tempting the Beast (Breeds #1) online free from your iPhone, iPad, android, Pc, Mobile. Tempting the Beast is a Romance novel by Lora Leigh. Author: Leigh Lora Tempting the Beast (Feline Breeds, Book 1) · Read more · Leigh, Lora - Feline Breeds 01 - Tempting the Beast. Read more. Book 1 in the Feline Breeds seriesCallan Lyons is a genetic experiment, one of six fighting for freedom and the survival of their Pride. Merinus Tyler is the.
T uesday - is quite possibly the most horrible, degradable word to describe the female anatomy in the english language. Error rating book. The hero in this first book, Callan Lyons, is one of these genetic experiments and one of the initial six lion Breeds we meet fighting for their freedom. One terrible explosion later and Callan and his pack members run for their lives, and their right to live. Callon Lyons, the hero, is indeed "uber" Alpha his genes were spliced with a lion, of course he's alpha, and I was hooked from the beginning scene.
Not for anything. Not for anyone. Never have sex with a woman outside his own subspecies, especially a human woman. Never, at any Harmony's Way. When the Breeds desire the passions of the flesh, they can't help but get frisky… Harmony Lancaster is of t Soul Deep. Tempting the Beast. 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, until the fury of the "mating frenzy" Aiden's Charity.
The forces of survival and destruction swirl in the darkest corners of men's minds. The nature of the beast cannot be harnessed, and survival is the purest of all instincts. Survival of the species it A Jaguar's Kiss. Christmas Heat.
Coyote's Mate. He always knew he would betray her… Anya Kobrin was only sixteen when she first came to Del-Rey Delgado—the genetically altered rebel known as the Coyote Ghost. For six years they plotted to free a gr A Christmas Kiss. Bengal's Heart. Reporter Cassa Hawkins has always supported Breed rights-especially in light of a specimen like Cabal St. Laurents, the epitome of the male animal.
But when the Breeds are incriminated in a series of Lion's Heat. Bad boy Jonas Wyatt's personal assistant, Rachel, has had a child—an innocent new life that has been put in grave danger because of Jonas' perilous games and calculations played in the shadow-world in Breeds Jan 13, Lynsey rated it it was amazing Shelves: Originally read Mar I think I feel a little dirty after reading this!
That's not to say I didn't enjoy it I can only conclude by saying that I have already bought the next two in the series Update - re-read Dec After having read this again after a little hankering for a tri Originally read Mar Update - re-read Dec After having read this again after a little hankering for a trip down Breeds memory lane, I'm upgrading this from 4 stars to 5.
This book is absolutely incredible and I can't believe I didn't automatically give it 5 stars on the first read. As you can tell from the above, I was in shock!! Good shock definitely! I absolutely love this series, but as with all long series there are bound to be a couple that just don't hit the spot. Fortunately most of these books DO hit the spot and I can't wait to read more.
View all 9 comments. Nov 07, Sophia Triad rated it it was amazing Shelves: Breeds 1 Feline Breeds 1 Featured Couple: The main characters are basically human-like animals or animal-like humans and they are the results of experiments. Breeds are partly animals in their DNA. They were created and the main reason for their creation is to be soldiers. They have intense hearing and smell, they are strong and they can endure pain and the most inhuman conditions and of course they are soldiers they have tactical behavior and strong instincts.
A Breed behaves differently when his sexual encounter is his mate. Especially his mate can have intense pain which does not seize unless she is satisfied by her mate and breed. This is called mating frenzy. There are three main types of breeds: Feline, Wolf and Coyote. Later in the series the winged type is also introduced.
Each of them behaves differently during sex. Does all these sound weird and have a cheese factor? Maybe they are. But they are original. Unfortunately these humanoids were suffering; they were creatures from a nightmare. Lora Leigh has managed to make the results of these ruthless and heartless experiments something like rock stars. Her creatures are wicked mainstream.
They are interesting. They know how to love, how to make love, how to protect those that they love. They are braver and cleverer than the normal humans. It is cool to be a Breed! In this first book, Callan Lyons is a genetic experiment created by a blend of human and lion DNA — not known to the public.
Merinus is a journalist who works with her father and seven brothers. 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. Callan and Meritus are drawn together and their mating frenzy starts. None of them will be able to resist the other. Callan and Meritus is the most important couple in this series. He will become the leader of feline breeds and basically he will be the male who will guide the way to the coexistence of humans and breeds.
View all 12 comments. Feb 17, Dina rated it really liked it Recommended to Dina by: This book was better than I'd expected. I really liked the story around the Breeds "creation" - it was a bit out there sometimes but, hey, it's PNR so not everything has to make complete sense, right?
LOL As for the very steamy sex scenes, the barb thing was too weird for me, but I somehow managed to "erase" it from my mind I think. Even though I've only read this one book so far, I feel I'm going to become addicted to this series. I just have got to know what's going to happen with all the Bre This book was better than I'd expected.
The good thing about discovering a series so late is, I've got a huge backlist to track down and keep me entertained for a long, long time View all 14 comments. The beginning of the adventure for Merinus Tyler and Callan Lyons has been re-released with a new shiny book cover. This is my favourite couple from the Breeds series and Callan is the ultimate "Lion King" of the Breeds.
The book was out of print for some time now, so if you wanted to read it and you couldn't now it's your chance ;. This story will grow and keep ongoing until the situation is resolved. In this book we start the series with the story of Callen the lion laced genetic experiment that escaped from the confines of a secret lab. He and a group of half felines breed experiments are trying to find a semblance of a life now within society.
However, in order to live free they must testify to the monstrosities that have happened to them to the presses. Something Callen does not want to do. His plan is simple, run and hide. In comes our heroine Merinus who is a season reporter working with her 7 brothers and her dad, to report this grotesque violation of basic rights and freedoms.
Which resulted in: Callan Lyons, the alleged Breed, created by a group of scientists working in genetic reengineering appeared before the Senate committee this afternoon on genetic research. Also accompanying him are a dozen doctors, scientists and DNA specialists brought in weeks before to verify his claim. Lyons, and four other members of his family, also experiments in these horrific tests, gave their stirring testimony before members of the Senate and the press.
However, their mating dance is way more complicated than this. It includes betrayals, loyalties, acts of violence, and even death. This is not a cute love story but rather a mating animal instinct love story.
It got dark but it was still hopeful. As long as there is life there is hope! He was to be a solider and that was part of his training to win against his enemies. Condoms are not usable. You must read to the book to understand.
Enjoyable but not a keeper and now I have to hunt down the rest of these books!!!! Aghhhh Mama gotta know! View all 7 comments. Sep 19, Mel rated it it was amazing Shelves: Not that I have a problem with erotica; I am a huge perv after all. I just wasn't prepared for the level of hotness.
Then I checked the book out from the library yes they had erotica at my library and realized that it was an Ellora's Cave book. I knew then that I would probably really like the book cause again, I am a perv and this is smutty paranormal goodness. Holy frakkin hotness, Batman!! It isn't often that an author combines erotica with a storyline that keeps you intrigued hello genetic engineering and government conspiracy so much that all of the sex just fits.
If you aren't into smutacular goodness, you need to avoid this book like the plague. There is lots-and-lots of sex, some very dominating scenes and things that most people would consider taboo. Not me cause again, I am a huge perv; It takes a lot to shock me.
View all 10 comments. Oct 30, Holly rated it really liked it Shelves: Tempting The Beast starts out with Merinus Tyler arguing with her testosterone loaded male family members that she is capable of tracking down Callan Lyons, a genetically modified male who could become the investigative story of the century.
She argues that as a woman she can get Callan to talk to her. Understandably, her brothers and father are not excited by her logic. However, Merinus has been half in lust with Callan since the moment she saw his photo and can't deny this inexplicable pull to Tempting The Beast starts out with Merinus Tyler arguing with her testosterone loaded male family members that she is capable of tracking down Callan Lyons, a genetically modified male who could become the investigative story of the century.
However, Merinus has been half in lust with Callan since the moment she saw his photo and can't deny this inexplicable pull to talk to him, to see him. The moment she does, that lust ramps up to something neither she or Callan can resist. It becomes a chemical and emotional reaction that terrifies Merinus. It is a complete loss of reason and all they can do is feed the raging mating lust that consumes them. Callan Lyons has been hiding from the soldiers the Council members have been sending after him since he was twenty.
He had been bred in their labs to become a perfect, genetically altered killing machine. One terrible explosion later and Callan and his pack members run for their lives, and their right to live. Luckily they have with them a scientist from the Council who cares for them and helps them understand the ever changing DNA complications in their bodies. When the mating heat strikes Callan and Merinus down hard, it is this evolving science that might save their Pride and bring Callan a sense of family.
Unfortunately betrayal within their ranks brings the Council back into their lives and danger to Merinus. Callan's genetic lion DNA comes roaring to life at the thought of harm to his mate.
His only hope might be to bring his Pride out of hiding and into the public eye but will that be enough to keep the Council off their backs and Merinus from their labs? Lora Leigh's first book in the Feline Breeds series was one hot, orgasmic, shuddering, adjective filled romance.
While some parts had me rolling my eyeballs, I still liked it. 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. I loved how Callan tried to pass himself off as just a man but when his lion side came roaring out, it was scorching!
He finds this need to dominate and possess Merinus and when his barb emerges for the first time, it was seriously weird and damned hot at the same time. You'll have to read it to find out what I mean. And for those who like to know, there was no menage in this story. View all 23 comments. Feb 20, Beatriz rated it really liked it. Apr 11, Julianna rated it really liked it Recommends it for: So many people have raved about the Breeds series and Lora Leigh's writing in general that I finally had to try it out.
In many ways, I can certainly see why fans enjoy these so much. I thought the premise was very creative and unique, something I've never seen in a romance novel before.
I kept thinking as I read it that this is the stuff that great sci-fi movies are made of. It definitely held my attention, but I found myself wishing the author would tell me more about the Breeds and their back So many people have raved about the Breeds series and Lora Leigh's writing in general that I finally had to try it out. It definitely held my attention, but I found myself wishing the author would tell me more about the Breeds and their back-stories.
I guess maybe that will be covered more in the sequels. Even though I really liked the ideas that the plot was built upon, I had mixed feelings about some other aspects. This was only my second read of an erotic novel, the first having been fairly tame by comparison, and although I went into it with my eyes wide open as to the content and wasn't shocked by anything I read, I think I was still caught off guard a bit by the raw, edgy intensity in the sex scenes.
There didn't seem to be much tenderness or what I would call heart-stopping romance to be found, and when some of these types of emotions started to surface, it seemed all too brief. That said though, I wasn't offended by anything I read and did not find anything out of context for the storyline.
It was really just more a matter of personal preference. I thought that Callan and Merinus were interesting characters, but I can't say that I really related to either one.
I think they were both just a little too alpha for my taste. I felt like these two spent way to much time trying to dominate each other and not enough time just trying to work together to find solutions to the dangerous situation they were in. I like my alpha males, but they also have to have a gentler side like the brothers of the BDB.
Callan just seemed to be on testosterone overload almost all the time. Merinus was also too stubborn and dominant for me. In my opinion her character just wasn't fully fleshed out. I felt like I knew and understood Callan pretty well, but I realized after finishing the book that I never knew much anything of a personal nature about Merinus.
I also had a hard time buying into their falling in love. One minute they were lusting after each other like two animals in heat which they basically were and the next she was declaring her love out of the blue with him following not long after. This just didn't work well for me. In spite of my criticisms though, I honestly think that Lora Leigh is a good writer, although the editing on the book could have used a little more work.
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. This book contains extremely explicit language and sexual situations which some readers may find offensive. View all 6 comments. Jul 30, valee rated it it was ok. I really wanted to like this series. But it is not for me. I need something more than sex to like a book.
It was like reading the same thing over and over again. The things that were happening felt like added just to have something more than sex in it. There was not a real conection between the characters.
And it is not that I don't like strong and very possesive males. And I love it when the male feels this strong conection with the girl without even having talk to her. But in this book th I really wanted to like this series. But in this book this was too exaggerated. I read this kind of attraction in other books and it was way better developed. Maybe the next books in the series are better. I'll give this series another try later. I'll read one or two more books, but if it keeps like this that will be it for me with this series.
N ext. T uesday - is quite possibly the most horrible, degradable word to describe the female anatomy in the english language. I refuse to use the word. So you can imagine my jaw drop when I stumble across the word in almost every other paragraph in this book.
So, moving on. This is the first book in the breed series. And after so many great reviews I could hardly contain my excitement when I started reading. I have to agree that the story has ALOT of potential. We have Callen. A human cross breed C. A human cross breed of man and Lion. In the beginning I loved Callen's personality. He came across as witty and just loved all the sexual innuendoes. But as the story progressed he seemed to loose that part of him and became just another brooding male to add to the never ending list.
Merinus - the heroine. Lets get something straight. The girl needs to realize that whole world doesn't revolve around her 7 brothers. Ands her endless references to them became tiresome very early on in the book. She was typical heroine, trying to push away what she wanted so badly. But of course she was the untouched virgin as-well.
Needless to say though she was a pretty tough cookie. But damn it was HOT! I like how Lora Leigh has set up the characters for the next books in the series and as said prior I can see alot of potential and I am looking forward to the future of this series. View 2 comments. Apr 20, Viri rated it liked it. No hay una historia de amor.
En la de menos los protas ya se aman y como si nada siguen haciendo sexo porque bueno, es que no se pueden aguantar. Que cosas lee uno. En especial el de Serra. The first four books that I read by this author is really hot, like fiery hot If you want to read a very.. It was so intense! This book destroyed my panties! From here on, it will be the real starter for the series to develop. There will be no exact resolution here and we need to continue to read the series if we want to know more about the Council and the Genetic Experiment.
It piqued my interest as well as it grossed me out. I don't know what to feel, whether to freaked out or feel impressed, I just Like how weird is that? All the breeds were describe as beautiful and hot. But in reality, I can only envision them to be like this Clicky And again this is only a fiction though.
But I cannot give this a 5 stars, because of the story development. View all 25 comments. Dec 27, Chelsea Kumer rated it did not like it. So obviously this is erotica, and I realize erotica is pretty subjective and hard to grade.
But to me, this was just bad. The premise was actually somewhat promising. Callan is one of several genetically manipulated humans--he has lion DNA in his genome--who are all part of some top secret highly unethical experiment. Merinus is a journalist who is eager to expose what was done to Callan and his fellow "Breeds", and requires his cooperation. They meet, sparks fly in a big way, and we find out tha So obviously this is erotica, and I realize erotica is pretty subjective and hard to grade.
They meet, sparks fly in a big way, and we find out that they have some sort of intense biological connection. As in, they are in heat and absolutely must have sex, lots of sex, or they suffer painful consequences. 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.
But they are not. Merinus is the worst--she is absolutely too stupid to live.
She's understandably upset at being forced into a sexual relationship with Callan. But she uses it as an excuse for the stupidest decisions possible. She gets mad and blames him, though it's not his fault.
She lashes out at those trying to help her. She runs away. She gets angry at Callan for killing rapists who would have killed him. She insists that she's tough and un-girly, but her toughest action in her moment of desperation is to call her big brother for help. And Callan isn't much better. He instantly falls into the overly possessive caveman routine so common to this sub-genre of romance. He's arrogant and sexist. While he says he admires Merinus' tough act, he continuously says things along the lines of "her brothers should have trained her better" and other things that demonstrate an utter lack of respect.
This is all justified by saying that it's his nature, he can't help it, this is how all men would be were it not for that pesky feminism keeping them in check.
As stated above the plot is contrived entirely to get the main couple to boink a lot. In erotica, that's to be expected. I know a lot of women like the whole fated mate concept--you see it in Christine Feehan, J. I don't have a problem with it if it's handled well.