The Man Within

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Ellora's Cave Publishing Inc, Nov 3, 2004 - Fiction
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Book 2 of the Feline Breeds He had protected her as a child, filled all her teenaged fantasies and stole her womanly heart, only to break it. Now, fifteen months later, the news has released. The man she loves is one of the genetically altered Feline Breeds who have shocked the world with their presence. He's also her mate. The mark on her neck attests to that. The fire that rages in her heart and in her body further proves it. But he hadn't wanted her then. Does he really want her now? Deceit and treachery born in the past, now haunt the present as Taber and Roni fight to make sense of their sudden bonding, the mating of heart, body and soul. Taber must battle the forces raging against his union with the woman he has claimed as the man and beast within begin to merge. Reader Advisory: This story has graphic sexual language and scenes - no closed bedroom doors (or other rooms) here!

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Review: The Man Within (Breeds #2)

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The book really does have a good plot to it, but I still don't like all the oversexed word use. It seems almost childish and is starting to annoy me a bit. The cover of the books are just awful too. It reminds me of a B-rated movie, but in the form of a book. Read full review

Review: The Man Within (Breeds #2)

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Since I had a hard time with the audio, decided to go back to those ebooks that I love. This book is set around three months after the ending of Tempting the Beast and we see the Pride struggling to ... Read full review

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Lora Leigh was born in Ohio on March 6, 1965. She is the New York Times bestselling author of erotic romance novels. Her works include Killer Secrets, Maverick, Lion's Heat and Nauti Temptress. Her most popular series is entitled, The Breeds. She won the 2009 Romantic Times Award for erotica.

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