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Publisher Description

The #1 New York Times bestselling author of Bengal's Quest ignites the most dangerous instincts known to man, woman, and beast in these Breed novellas, collected in one volume for the first time.

The Breed Next Door
Lyra thinks her new neighbor looks too good to be true. But Tarek Jordan is even more than he seems: a Breed Enforcer on the run. And even though he wants her, Tarek knows Lyra could get burned—unless she embraces the danger that comes with loving a Breed.

In a Wolf’s Embrace
Matthias and Grace are meant to mate—until he commits an act too shocking to ignore. Grace knew that the hot Breed was dangerous, but now, she fears for her own life. Yet she wonders: could it be part of some insidious plan? For there are forces determined to tear them apart and destroy what’s left of the man within.

A Jaguar’s Kiss
Jaguar Breed Saban Broussard has a job to do: guard the first instructor chosen to teach Breed children. But with just one kiss and his touch, the mating phenomena begins that will tie Natalie Ricci to him forever. Unless a shadow from her past gets them both killed.

GENRE
Romance
RELEASED
2015
February 3
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
368
Pages
PUBLISHER
Penguin Publishing Group
SELLER
PENGUIN GROUP USA, INC.
SIZE
1.7
MB

Customer Reviews

Nikki92343 ,

Great books some characters not so good

I love these books they are worth reading. But if you are looking for a series that is actually a series this isn't for you. The books are replicas of each other with different characters, all the books start he meets her, she's not so into it, he kisses her and they have sex, two times in vivid detail then something goes wrong normally people trying to take the woman or breed back to run tests on them so the scientists can have longer lives, the crisis is averted and that is normally the end of the book. I loved all the female characters except for the jaguar's girl, she is insane when it comes to her independence to the point that she is unrelateable, I couldn't get through that book just because the female part made the whole book a lesson on woman's suffrage in situations that never called for it.

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