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Primal Heat (Breeds #10 Anthology)

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Moonlust By Sherri L King
Book 1 in the series Moonlust.
During Brianna's trip to the Ural Mountains of Russia, a life-threatening accident places her at the mercy of a strange, reclusive man. A man whose secrets and unquenchable hunger will change her life forever...

Lunewulf - Pack Law By Lorie O'Clare
Book 1 of the Lunewulf series
Pack law states every female shall have
Trade Paperback, 196 pages
Published May 1st 2004 by Ellora's Cave
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Judging by Lora Leigh's contribution (for her Breed series) I would never have thought this anthology could be bad, but I stood corrected yesterday when I read the other three stories and remained stock still in my comfy chair, staring at the pages with a disgusted/confused frown on my face.

Let's start at the beginning.

Sherri L. King's Moon Lust was amateurish in tone, style, and use of the language. The end result: the story was so boring and "frigid" I couldn't wait for it to end.

Lori O'C
♡ Sassy ~ Amy ♡
1. Sherri L. King's story was so stupid. Sorry. Girl halls down a mountain in Russia, falls for a guy in a cabin who helps her, has lots of sex. Mated, the end. OOOOOkkkk! No spoilers, don't tell me you didn't see that coming. Names aren't even important. Corny sex stuff. 40 pgs

2. Lori O'Clare - GOOD GOD! I laughed my a** off. All it is is a short story of a werewolf girl who has to be mated to 3 men, because her grandma said. I wish my grandma was that cool! LOL! anyway, her main dude decides s
I only read Lora Leigh's story Wolfe's Hope. My first exposure to Leigh. I was actually impressed, I'm not into erotica really but she's a great writer. This one was short and pretty cut and dry. Wolfe was created in a lab with human and wolf DNA. The evil scientist who created him gave him her daughter because she wants to study his progeny. He marked hope as his mate, but never made love to her. Eventually, he escaped the lab. Six years later, he comes looking for hope because he thinks that s ...more
Good read. Contains several short stories linked to series:

Moonlust By Sherri L King Book 1 in the Moonlust series
Pack Law By Lorie O'Clare Book 1 of the Lunewulf series
Running Mate By Jaci Burton Book 1 in the Devlin Dynasty series
Wolfe's Hope By Lora Leigh Book 1 in the series Wolf Breeds
didn't like this one as much as other breeds stories -it was extremely short, even for an anthology and Wolfe was pretty much a dick for most it. Big fan of breed stories but could have past this one up, and I hate saying that...
- 'Wolfes Hope' by Lora Leigh (3 stars)

Did Not Finish:
- 'Moonlust' by Sherri L. King
- 'Running Mate' by Jaci Burton

- 'Pack Law' by Lorie OClare (ménage)
short ,hot & entertaining Read when u only want a little some-some. nicely done.
Hier die einzelnen Rezis zu den 4 Kurzgeschichten:
Sherri L. King „Moon Lust“ (Moon Lust #1)
Die Geschichte war sehr oberflächlich und es ging mal wieder nur um das eine. Die Protagonistin hat alles in ihrem Leben verloren, was ihr lieb war. Wie praktisch um einen Neuanfang zu machen. Als sie nach Russland aufbricht (wegen des letzter Wunsch ihres Onkels), weiß sie allerdings nicht, dass sie nicht mehr zurückkehren wird. Für den Leser war es sowas von 'mit dem Zaunpfahl vor den Ko
Carolyn F.

1. Moon Lust by Sherri L. King. Brianna's uncle dies and makes her promise to see Russia because he was never able to go back home. Well, she goes on a tour of an old growth forest, gets lost, falls and is rescued by a Russian werewolf. Now they have to see if she is able to handle who/what he is. Very sweet story.

2. Lunewulf: Pack Law by Lorie O'Clare. Sophie has 3 mates chosen for her including Nik who she has always had a crush on since High School. Nik mates with her first becomin
"Wolfe's Hope" by Lora Leigh is the 10th book in her Breeds story. It is a short story that starts when Hope is 17 and forced to mate with Wolfe by her bitch evil mother. The lab was set on fire and Hope was lead to believe Wolfe was dead so for 6 years she lived in a hell of grief and arousal, but when Wolfe shows up he is furious with her and she doesn't know why.

"Moon Lust" by Sherri L. King is about an American tourist who is in the forest of Russia who ends up injured. Her rescuer is a Ivan
Vanessa theJeepDiva
Moon Lust: 2 Stars. This is a very short read. The relationship with Ivan & Brianna went from wounded gal from the woods to life mate. It just seemed to be a short story full of whole lotta random sex.

Pack Law: 2 Stars. This story involves a very young female named Sophie. She finally receives word of who her three mates will be and cannot wait to sleep with all of them. The language was a bit bothersome. The lack of the pursuit of a relationship was irritating. She just seemed very childis
Lorraine Lesar
Disappointed in the Lora Leigh's Breeds story, but loved the rest. I bought this book purely for Hope's and Wolfe's story, as this being the start of the Wolf Breed series, and I wanted to see how the Wolf Breeds came out of the labs and survived and obviously how Hope and Wolfe "got together". I realised that this was a short story and it did indeed fill in some of the gaps but not all and with Hope being tied to a bed for 90% of this story, it left me wanting a lot more and Lora could have don ...more
This was not a great book.
Four stories in one book and the first two were really bad.

Moon Lust was about an overweight unattractive woman who gets rescued/kidnapped by a Psychopath wolf with a thick Russian accent. It makes it seem that she stays with him because she can't do any worse.

Pack Law was immature in both dialoge and plot.

Running Mate I didn't mind, it was so much better than the first two. But the whole turning into a dog thing and having "pups" doesn't do much for me.

The forth is th
Wolfe's Hope by Lora Leigh: It was straight and to the point which was what I needed in this novella.
Lenna Wright-Berry
I havent read the others but one but I will at a later time but I only read Lora Leighs story Wolfe's Hope, and it was a very fast read but long story short, Wolfe survived the explosives he set in the labs and saved his pack and wanted to go back for Hope but never did until 6 years later after being set up by Hopes mother to bring in out in the open by sending him photos of Hope having men having sex with her. Wolfe kidnaps Hope in getting answers about her mother but Hope was being used as we ...more
Evelyn I
I only read Lora Leigh's short story from this anthology.
Ashlyn Ward
Rating is only for 'Wolfes Hope' By lora leigh
Shanine Bates
I love all the breeds lora leigh can write.
Read separately in Wolfe's Hope
This review is for Lora Leigh's "Breed" story "Wolfe's Hope". I have read every one of the "Breed" books and have reread a lot of them but not this one. I didn't like this story at all. But that's JMHO! I know others that liked it but I ain't one of them.. All I could think was I wanted to hit Wolfe upside the head more than once and wanted Hope would grow a "backbone".

I have not read the other stories in this book but only because they are both part of series by the authors and I haven't read t
Amber Daniels
I don't like anthologies
Raven Delehanty
it was a good read
Happy Bookaholic
Mostly ridiculous
Kathy Davie
Jaci Burton's Devlin Dynasty: Running Mate was good!!! I want to read more!

Sherri King's Moon Lust was unimpressive.

Lora Leigh's Wolfe's Hope (Breeds, 10) was very disappointing. I can't believe I waited three months to get this book...

Lorie O'Clare's Pack Law (Lunewolf, ?) had lots of sex, but the writing is too primitive, simplistic...

First story was very short (by Sherri L. King) with an interesting version of shifters. i would read her again. Rest of the book was rather dull. I only read these anthologies to test different authors, but the stories are usually not very satisfying, being crammed into such short reads. Wolfe's Hope by Lora Leigh is one of the Breeds, which is a series I do enjoy.
Angel Ruess
I really enjoyed most of the stories in this anthology, with the exception of Pack Law. I didn't like that Sophie was referred to as "Bitch" even though they were using it in the actual sense of the word. It just didn't sit right. I also felt really bad for the other 2 mates. It was my first by that author, and probably my last.
I wasn't bowled over by any of these stories. The LL story was a necessary read to continue the Breeds series, but the whole story was about Wolfe using sex and dominance to get Hope to admit she betrayed him. I didn't find any romance in it at all. The other three stories were about the same, and I pretty much skimmed them.
This is a collection of several erotic-ish Paranormal Romance shorts from different authors of shiftchanger series. They were predictable and not really noteworthy enough to intrigue you into reading more of the series unless you already have - such as the Lora Leigh Breeds series. Several scenes of backdoor action here.
A great erotic read with lots of really good stort stories. Don't expect to we wowed by the stories cause it's really just sex, sex and more sex. My favourite was Jaci Burton's story despite one scene that was a bit on the weird side. It was a quick fun read but look elesewhere if you want romance with your erotica.
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Lora Leigh lives in the rolling hills of Kentucky, often found absorbing the ambience of this peaceful setting. She dreams in bright, vivid images of the characters intent on taking over her writing life, and fights a constant battle to put them on the hard drive of her computer before they can disappear as fast as they appeared. Lora’s family, and her writing life co-exist, if not in harmony, in ...more
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