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COYOTE'S MATE
by Lora Leigh

Genre: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy
Sensuality: SCORCHER

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Leigh's Breed heroes are alpha in the extreme, but the one in her new novel is just mule-headed. The passion is scorching, but the emotional roadblocks are formidable. Leigh also continues to expand and explore her Breed world, in which politics and conspiracy are a growing threat. Awesome as always!

Since she was a teenager, Anya Kobrin has been plotting to rescue her Coyote Breed friends trapped in a lab in Russia. Del-Rey Delgado, known as the Coyote Ghost, knew when he first met Anya that he would never leave her behind when he broke out the captive Coyote Breeds. After six years of planning, the raid is launched, and Del-Rey shoots Anya's guard father and takes her to the Breed compound in the States. When the mating heat strikes Anya and Del-Rey, it causes more problems, for Anya has yet to forgive the arrogant Breed for his actions or assumptions. Treachery lives within the compound, and Anya and her loyal crew must buck tradition if they are to save them all. (BERKLEY SENSATION, Feb., 368 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: BERKLEY SENSATION

Published: February 2009

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