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  • Taschenbuch: 304 Seiten
  • Verlag: Berkley (5. Oktober 2010)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 0425237397
  • ISBN-13: 978-0425237397
  • Vom Hersteller empfohlenes Alter: Ab 18 Jahren
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 10,7 x 2 x 17,1 cm
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Lora Leigh is known for her deliciously intense and satisfying erotic romance. Her characters come to her in her dreams, inspiring her with the possibilities of What If... Most days, Lora can be found in front of her computer weaving daydreams while sipping the ambrosia of the gods, also known as coffee. When not writing, thinking about writing, or plotting what to write, Lora, a Kentucky native, enjoys gardening, fishing, and hiking with her husband and children.

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chapter 1

The bar was hopping, music pounding, drinks flowing smoothly and customers packing the bar area and dance floor. It was one of those country hole-in-the-walls that attracted both criminal elements as well as the upper class and everything in between. It was one of those places Storme could slide into, and her scent became masked by the dozens of sweating, lusty, alcohol-infused bodies that filled it.

It was one of the few ways to hide from paranormal senses and extrasensory capabilities. It was one of the few places Storme had a hope of resting before she had to run again.

And God knew, she was tired. Exhaustion was beginning to swamp her, desperation was clawing at her back, and fear was a companion she hadn’t separated from in far too long.

She wanted to rest.

Was there a saying about no rest for the wicked? There was. She must have been wicked in a former life though, because this life had just been spent running.

“Whiskey shot and a beer,” she said wearily as the waitress came to the table.

Pulling a few of the precious bills from her pocket, she slid the money to the waitress when she returned.

She tossed back the whiskey, then chased the burn with the icy bitterness of the beer and blew out a slow, deep breath before looking around.

The band was actually pretty good here, the lead singers sultry when they needed to be, hard and filled with desperation when the song called for it.

The smell of cigarette smoke, booze, sweat and lust was so strong it didn’t take Breed senses to detect it, Storme Montague decided as she sat in the corner of the room and watched the customers milling through the large area. A human with any sense of smell could detect it.

Moving to the corner of the booth, she hunched into the shadows and watched the crowd, knowing that even here there was danger. She had glimpsed it as she rushed inside and skirted the edge of the room to get as far away from it as possible.

From where she sat she could see the Breeds in the far corner as the crowds shifted and moved between them. There were four, and she knew all of them. Not personally, of course, but Storme knew a lot of Breeds; she’d made it her business to learn who they were, especially when she caught them trailing her.

Navarro Blaine, and this one, she knew well from Omega. He was a Wolf Breed with Asian heritage. He was tall, dusky skinned with the exotic slant of eyes and high, flat cheekbones. Black, brown and a hint of gray filled his hair, though the gray wasn’t from age, it was from the gray Wolf genetics he carried. He was dressed a bit more sophisticated than the three he was with. Black silk slacks, leather shoes and a white silk shirt matched with an expensive black leather jacket.

That hair was long, falling nearly to the middle of his back as his black eyes, narrowed and intense, surveyed the room.

This Breed she knew, unfortunately. He had been in Omega while she had been there with her father. If she wasn’t mistaken, he had been one of her father’s favorite creations.

Several times she had heard her brother refer to Navarro with worry and fondness, and several times her father had actually stated that he could have considered the Breed a son.

Her father had a daughter, but this Breed had concerned him far more than his daughter’s safety had, and for that, Storme had once hated him with a passion.

Lawe Justice and Rule Breaker were Lion Breeds. Both men were extremely handsome, as all Breeds were, and rumored to be full brothers, perhaps even twins. Shoulder-length black hair was pulled to the napes of both men’s necks, while powerful bodies were attired in jeans, boots, T-shirts and denim jackets.

It was the fourth one that seemed the odd Breed out. He sat back casually in his chair, one hand lying on the table, his fingers tapping to the music as he glanced at the dance floor and the women that sauntered by the table to draw the men’s attention.

Blue eyes. Ocean blue. She could see those eyes each time she caught a glimpse of his face through the crowd. Long red hair flowed past his shoulders, coarse rather than soft, tied back at his nape as the others’ was, though it had the appearance of having been tamed only under protest.

Squared, strong features drew instant female attention, as did the exotic eyes that appeared to be lined with the faintest edge of kohl. High cheekbones, well-molded male lips, broad shoulders, a strong chest and impressive biceps. He was larger and broader than the other men, and looked exactly like what he had been created to be. A Scots warrior. He would have looked at home in a kilt with a sword strapped to his waist.

Leather pants, heavy boots, a white long-sleeved shirt and leather riding jacket were the perfect covering for him. They made him look harder, broader, more dangerous.

He was Styx Mackenzie, the one Breed she was seriously growing tired of playing games with. He had been on her ass for more than a year now, off and on, determined to track her down and force her to listen to the proposition the Breed community had for her.

She already knew the details. Protection in exchange for information.

She wanted to laugh at the thought. As though a Breed could ever protect her. They would be more inclined to tear her throat out if she displeased one of them.

A flash of memory, buried so deep that she rarely let herself remember it, had her eyes closing briefly as she fought it back.

Her brother’s death. The Breed ripping out his throat, the sounds of James’s last gurgled breath and her father’s cry of fear and pain.

They should have gone with her. They should have escaped as well rather than staying behind to destroy the last of the files they had on whatever secret project they had been involved in. That information had been more important than their lives. More important than her life, because her father entrusted her with the care of it, despite the fact that he should have realized that the Council would know exactly who he had given it to.

The Council scientists knew, and the Breeds knew, and she had been running from both for the past ten years.

She was tired of running, but there was a part of her that still refused to give up the information she had.

Glancing down at her hands, she watched as she twisted her mother’s antique ring on her finger. The wedding band her father had given her mother had been in the Montague family for generations upon generations. The diamonds, sapphires and emeralds were family jewels, the blues and greens family colors. And Storme was now the last of the Montague line. There were no sons left to carry on the name, and there would be no daughters left to wear the ring.

The ring had been intended for James’s wife, a wife he had never had because the danger of the job he had undertaken with his father had been too great.

Creating Breeds.

She glared across the room at the four Breeds. Monsters. Animals. She hated every damned one of them. As far as she was concerned, there was no crime greater than that of creating such farcical replications of humans and trying to convince the world they deserved to move freely among them.

Hatred swirled inside her for the loss of her father, her brother, the loss of her childhood and the dreams she had had of freedom. Dreams that had never come to fruition because each time she thought she had found peace, Breeds had managed to find her.

It didn’t matter if they were the few Breeds still aligned with the Council or those who proclaimed to desire nothing but peace and freedom. They were all killers. They all wanted her for a reason, for the information they thought she had.

As she...

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3 von 3 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Skywalkerin am 2. November 2010
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Styx storm is certainly not one of the better books of this series. There are quite a few stories we are waiting for but it has to be a breed who was mentioned only once in the last book. I never really managed to like Storme because she feels sorry for herself all the time and cannot see that the breeds are actually protecting her. You can't really say anything about Styx because he remains a very shallow character. I can't see anything special in him. The same goes for the story of the book. Nothing really happens! In the end you have to ask yourself why Lora Leigh wrote it.

Everyone is after Storme because she has data which could help Jonas. His little daughter was infected with something and he is sure that the data could help to find a cure. The council is after the data because they - like always - want to harm the breeds. In the beginning Styx caught her and the whole story is set in Haven. It's all about: "Give me the microchip." "I don't have it" or "We breeds are not as bad as you think." "You killed my father and my brother and I hate all of you." Besides that nothing happens.

I don't know which person the next book will be about but I really hope that it will bring us forward in the overall story. This one could also have been a novella.
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4 von 5 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Booklover am 8. November 2010
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Bei Styx's Storm war ich ehrlich gesagt etwas verwirrt. Eigentlich ist man von Lora Leigh gewöhnt, dass die Breed-Serie ihr absolutes Lieblings"kind" ist und auch dementsprechend gut geschrieben ist. Klar, lesen kann man fast alle Bücher der Autorin schnell und gut, aber diesmal waren mir die Charaktere einfach zu unglaubwürdig(okay, mal davon abgesehen, dass es paranormal/fiction ist, LOL, ich meine unglaubwürdig für alle, die mit der Serie/dem Genre vertraut sind), und sogar als Hauptpersonen einfach nur unsympathisch.
Ja, man fühlt mit Storme mit, sie hat eine traumatische Vergangenheit und wird ziemlich unfair von Styx herein gelegt, aber dann erfährt man, wie kindisch sie sich seit über 10 Jahren benimmt, und das ändert sich auch nicht wirklich bis zum Schluss, also bitte, einerseits glaubt sie an Jonas' Vertrauenswürdigkeit, aber gleichzeitig will sie ihm die Daten nicht geben- warum? Nur wegen dessen, was ihr Vater gesagt hat? Also bitte!
Dann ist da Styx, man erfährt einfach kaum etwas wirklich über ihn, außer dass er wie ein Highlander aussieht und Schokolade liebt. Hm.
Der Rest des Buches handelt davon, wie alle versuchen, Storme dazu zu bringen, die Daten den Breed zu geben, und außerdem ihre Meinung/Angst zu beeinflussen.
Mich stört an Lora Leigh als Autorin einfach ihre offensichtliche Unfähigkeit, in vielen Büchern, u.a. diesem, Probleme per Kommunikation zu lösen statt mit(viel)Sexszenen, die weiblichen Charaktere werden sich(ihren Prinzipien) immer selbst untreu, sobald der männliche Held sie auch nur ansieht....
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1 von 2 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Magritte am 12. September 2009
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This is the second book of a trilogy (which has been extended as the fourth book just came out), about the naughty Myckay cousins; 3 young men, who have learned at an early age how to pleasure women with erotic games, and how to increase this pleasure by a foursome.

Without knowing why, alpha male, ex-navy James "Dawg" Mackay, is irresistibly attracted to Crista Ann Jenson, he, who never loved, he, who shared his women for so many years, can't forget her.

She however resists him, avoids him even.

When one night, he gets has the opportunity of blackmailing her into his bed, he does not hesitate. There he finally remembers: the night after his parents' burial, more drunk then conscious, he did have her already, these memories had been haunting his dreams for the last 8 years. She however has never forgotten.

Once she has lost her heart to him, she will not do this mistake again. Once he let her go, but he will not do this mistake again.
While trying to save her life, he has to make her love him and admit his own love to her.

Lora Leigh's books are an erotic thunderstorm. Daring, exiting and fun, filled with want, need and love. If you like it hot you will love this author in general and this book in particular...
And what I really like about Lora Leigh is that she presents characters who really love each other, there the sexual encounter is full of feelings, hard, but tender.

Enjoy the read MBTM
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Slog, slog, slog 6. Oktober 2010
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The publisher's synopsis is wrong. The story line goes like this: girl is mentally scarred, becomes a bigot, knows her attitude is wrong, continues to behave like a child, refuses to recognize that she was wrong, [insert any cliche story devices you want here], story line becomes "blah, blah, blah". I don't like any of the characters and I truly don't care about any of them.

I've read every Breed/Wolf/Coyote book, I've forgiven the mediocre ones with little plot and celebrated the ones where she really enjoyed the writing and the characters and gave her readers a gift. This book is so bad that I'm skipping entire paragraphs.

If she is bored with the story line, write Cassie's (write it well, please, this is one I think we're all waiting for) and find some way to tie it up into utopia or hades. But please, please, respect your readers enough not to call it in the way this book was called in.

I pre-ordered this. I will not make that mistake again.
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Not the best! 6. Oktober 2010
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Storme Montague is on the run trying to protect important data that her father had left her after he was brutally murdered by a Coyote breed. It has been ten years of running, hiding and fighting off breeds and Council members and Storme is tired. She knows the breeds will do anything to lure her in and they sent in Styx Mackenzie, a sexy, Scots wolf breed. After one night of passion with him, where she lets down her guard, she is taken by Breeds to the Wolf Compound. Bitter, angry and full of fear, Storme refuses to turn over the data, no matter what Styx does to her.

Styx Mackenzie is tired of chasing Storme. He believes that if he marks her, then she will be forced to turn over the information to him. Needless to say, things do not go as plan. Styx is very aware that Storme is his mate and this causes a huge conflict because she dislikes and distrust breeds after witnessing her family's murder. Storme also harbors ill feelings towards the breeds because she feels as though her father and brother chose their work as scientist over her and their family. Since he knows Storme fears them, his wolf will not allow him to claim his mate. The mating heat is so close to the surface but until Storme allows him access to her heart, he can't mark her.

Being a huge fan of Lora Leigh's Breeds series, I was slightly disappointed in the latest installment. Styx and Storme's relationship is rocky at its best. Storme has trust issues which is understandable. Styx wants her to trust him and is frustrating with her throughout the book. All the breeds are upset with Storme's lack of trust, fear and anger. Some of my favorite characters in the series are less understanding which is out of character for them. They think of Storme as being childish but in my opinion she acts very true to character considering all that she has been through. Her brother and father are murdered in front of her by a breed. She has been on the run and alone since she was fourteen. So why should she trust anyone?

The only time Styx and Storme connected is in the bedroom. Lora Leigh does not leave out the sex in her books but at some point there has to be more to develop a relationship than sex. After the sex scenes, the repetitive arguing occurs and it became a tiresome cycle. Half way through the book, I thought of Cassa and Cabal's story in Bengal's Heart. This book takes the same direction with the lack of plot and connection.
There is a lack drama or action scenes in this read until the very end and even that is weak. Storme's epiphany is too late in my opinion and I questioned why she has a change of heart to trust the breeds because there is no Ah ha moment. Readers are left hanging to find out what the data can do and if it helps the breeds.

Overall, a lack of connection, constant bickering and repetitiveness contributed to this being a frustrating read.
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I can't believe I was desperate to read this book!!!!!! 5. Oktober 2010
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I can't believe how desperate I was to read this book! And how disappointed I was after I read it! After Jonas's story, I was expecting a whole lot better from LL, however she managed to disappoint me once again. Do yourself a favor, borrow the book from a library instead of paying for it.

Storme was 14 when she witnessed her dad and brother deaths by the Council. Her father gave her a ring which had a hidden compartment inside that contained "very important info". She was to give the info to someone who would come looking for it. Of course her father provides her with no details on who this person was, just that he would say something and she would know.

Skip ahead 10 years, Storme has been on the run for 10 years and hates all Breeds and the Council. She ends up in a bar where she meets Styx. Later that night she sleeps with him and finds herself captured by Jonas and his breeds. The rest of the story focuses on Storme and Styx having sex and Styx trying to get rid of the fear Storme feels when she's in the presence of Breeds.

Wonderful! Sounds great doesn't it?! Now let me tell you how LL screws it all up.
1. Storme has a complex because her father and brother loved Breeds more than they loved her. And yet, she gets over it real quick.
2. Storme HATES Breeds. That is something that's made very clear in the beginning. Yet 2 seconds after meeting Styx, she's sleeping with him. What the hell?
3. Instead of trying to understand what Storme has been through, Jonas and his gang try to browbeat her into giving up her info... And then they wondered why she was afraid every time they came near her.... gee...
4. S&S spend way too much time having sex, which I know is pretty much the point of all LL books, but after reading Jonas's book I was kinda hoping for the development of a strong emotional relationship. S&S's felt too much like Stockholm syndrome.

There were other problems with the book of course. These were just the ones I wrote off the top of my head.

Unfortunately, if your anything like me, you can't put LL's bookS down, no matter how much they make you cringe. So those people, I wish you good luck :|
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Five Blue Ribbons from Romance Junkies! 6. November 2007
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Crista Jenson is in the wrong place at definitely the wrong time. Trying to locate a box of items she had shipped to town when she moved back home, she is stunned to discover a warehouse full of bad guys and even meaner enforcement officers. Men are screaming, bullets are flying, and the biggest surprise of all comes in the very virile and devastatingly handsome visage of Dawg Mackay, town bad boy and secret DEA agent. Dawg gets Crista out of harm's way and in doing so gives her an ultimatum she can't very well refuse.

Dawg Mackay doesn't know why Crista Jenson is in the warehouse during a DEA sting but he is going to find out if he has to kidnap her to get answers. And kidnap her he does. He takes her to his boat, the one place he calls home. There Dawg demands answers; answers Crista is unable to give. Since she isn't talking there is just one thing for Dawg to do. He is going to make sure she sticks to him like glue and if he has to keep her on his boat, then so be it.

Passions flare and sparks fly. Crista and Dawg circle each other warily until the chemistry between them builds to an excruciating need. Giving in to their desires, the two come together in blazing heat. Feelings long denied are uncovered and these two lovers have no choice but to surrender to what their hearts demand - love each other as completely and as naughty as they can.

NAUTI NIGHTS is the second book of Lora Leigh's Nauti series and proves to be exactly as the title alludes. Nauti to the core, Dawg Mackay is hardcore and refuses to apologize for his ways. Investigating missing weapons and possible illegal links to Crista, Dawg does what he thinks best. And his best is hot enough to scorch the pages of this book. Virile, sexy and downright lusty, Dawg tops my list of "bitable" men. The man can ratchet up the heat in this book with one searing look. Crista with her sassy attitude and witty banter is no slouch when it comes to standing up to Dawg. She baits and taunts the forceful hero, and the reader is left holding her breath waiting to see who wins the next round. In my opinion, they both do.

Grab the ice before picking up this book! And give yourself plenty of time for an engrossing read, because once you start, you won't set it down before the final word. Lora Leigh, being the prolific author that I have come to love and adore, has just whetted my appetite for more. The third book of this Nauti series, Natches' story, is due to be released next year.

NAUTI NIGHTS releases from Berkley in November. If book one, Nauti Boy, has not been read, I would recommend reading prior to NAUTI NIGHTS. It is not required but you won't want to miss a single scene in the lives of these extremely naughty men.
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When Dawg Mackay has his mind set on something, nothing can stand in his way. Right now, his mind is dead set on having Crista Jansen any way he wants her. Lucky Crista.

Dawg has wanted his friend's younger sister for years - years during which she has done nothing but run from him, much to his frustration. Now he has her right where he wants her and he isn't above blackmailing her into his life.

Crista has loved Dawg for years, but one mistake years ago stands between them. It was a night he doesn't remember, but one she can never forget...

Lora Leigh describes her hero in the second book of the Nauti Trilogy as `hard core' and Dawg Mackay has absolutely no trouble at all living up to that description - much to my utter delight! I have hungered for his story since I read the previous book in the series, Nauti Boy, and will say without reservation that Nauti Nights surpassed my expectations, which were pretty darn high to begin with.

Crista is the epitome of the Lora Leigh heroine - strong, soft, intrepid, caring, and with a bit of tragedy in her past that simultaneously makes her stronger and also serves as an obstacle to her relationship with the man she loves.

Dawg is just IT. So Alpha-male he will make your knees wobbly, he is not without a degree of sensitivity - well, in his own dominant way, of course! LOL There are times he does things that make you want to just throttle him, and you keep watching for Crista to do just that, but the omniscient view the reader enjoys makes his domineering manner a little easier to take, since we know all along that the man's heart is definitely in the right place.

As Nauti Nights ends, the author leaves us with a teaser guaranteed to leave fans panting for the next book in the Nauti Trilogy, but more than satisfied with the happy ending she crafts for Crista and Dawg. Carrying readers through a roller coaster of emotions - love, lust, sadness, happiness, and more, Nauti Nights is a perfect example of everything I love about Lora Leigh's work.

Series Order:
Nauti Boy (The Nauti Trilogy, Book 1)
Nauti Nights (The Nauti Trilogy, Book 2)
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