Wolfe's Hope (Breeds #10)
Book 1 in the series Wolf Breeds
Hope believed Wolfe was dead, but he was only waiting for the right time to claim her. The scientist who created him, Hope's mother, has forced his hand. She wants her creation back, and she wants any children he may breed on her daughter.
He is a man whose DNA was altered, infused with the genetic code of the wolf. His unique genetic makeup
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…wow, everything about Hope did it for Wolf,
even though he wanted to kill her…why???? Because she betrayed him but not really…she just had an evil Mom who just happened to be a WICKED SCIENTIST!!!!
Okay, I really enjoy erotic romance but after reading pages and pages of explicit sex (which I like as wel ...more
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Featured Couple: Wolfe (wolf) & Hope (human)
I would like to start with an observation I have been dying to point out since the day I started writing the Breeds Reviews:
Felines’ leader: Callan Lyons with his book “Tempting The Beast”, pages 284
Coyotes’ leader: Del-Rey Delgato with his book “Coyote's Mate”, pages 341
Wolves’ leader: Wolfe Gunnar with his book “Wolfe's Hope”, pages 41 !!!
There is nothing that can be done now. I just wanted to say that it is a bit unfair…
Anyway it was okay, nothing special, nothing awful so I decided to try this one when it turned up in audiobook format. I’ll read anything on audio and I mistakenly thought this was Book 1 in the Wolf Breeds series ...more
I’m hoping LL will revamp and expand. Though only $2.99 from EC, it’s too short by far.
Hope believed Wolfe was dead, but he was only waiting for the right time to claim her. The scientist who created him, Hope's mother, has forced his hand. She wants her creation back, and she wants any children he may breed on her daughter....more
He is a man whose DNA was
This reminded me so much of a Laurann Dohner New Species book. That's a positive. Everything was there: great setup & story idea, strong characters with sizzling chemistry, My only issue was that the story was entirely too short. Even 50 more pages building up the background and their history, drawing out Wolfe's search for Hope, how torn he is between his rage and his lust for her. There's just not quite enough here. It would make a great Prologue to anot ...more
I'm one of those people who really likes to read a series in order. This can become quite a stress when publication order and chronological order differ and I have to choose one or the other to follow. In this case, I'm working with the series chronology pr ...more
Wolfe just seemed like a stupid a** to me. Like he was completely unable to look at facts and comes to reasonable conclusions. He did not redeem himself AT ALL. The heroine should have made him suffer for a good long time. Ah well. 40+ pages didn't provide much time for that I suppose.
En general esta es una de las historias a las que no le dio importancia solo la creo y listo no penso demasiado solo siguio el patro de otras. Una lastima de 10 hasta ahora rescato como 3 o 4 historias a lo mucho
First, apologies to my friends who loved this. I simply cannot agree on this one.
It is insulting to readers' intelligence when authors are very inconsistent with their own world building as is the case in Wolfe's Hope. Given what the readers know about breeds after just one story, most of this tale is not logical. For the record, I have generally enjoyed the Breeds series up until the past couple of books when the logic problems and som ...more
This is the backstory for Wolfe, the Wolf Breed leader of a pack that escaped a Genetics Council lab the same time the Feline Breeds revealed themselves to the world, and his mate Hope, the daughter of one of the scientists that ran the Breeds lab.
Although this was just a short story, it gave a lot of information on relationship between Wolfe and Hope, and it intr ...more
After the explosion that destroyed the lab, Delia spent years trying to locate the breed wolves or proof of their death. Meanwhile she kept an eye on Hope's ...more
But hey, it's only 41 pages.
While I enjoyed this very much, I found it lacked the intensity and spark that I've come to expect in a full novel by Lora Leigh. This is a wonderful filler story in the Breed saga.
I'm hoping there is more of them in upcoming books.