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Breeds (Series). Lora Leigh Author (). cover image of Breeds 2 Breeds ( Series). Book Lora Leigh Author (). cover image of Bengal's Heart. Lora Leigh book list - Download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online. Berkley Coyote's Mate Breeds Book 18 Berkley Bengal's Heart Breeds Book. Bengal's Heart book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Reporter Cassa Hawkins has always supported Breed rights-especially.. .

I'm always left disappointed. I was severely underwhelmed by their romance and found Cabal much less interesting and more of a jerk this time around. It sucks big time, because this was one of the books I anticipated the most. I thought the first chapter was pretty great and that it set the stage for a pretty intense relationship. I also liked that the mating heat started in a very different way this time around. The symbolism of tasting his blood was a pretty clever way to induce it. I didn't like that no clear reason was ever given for the 11 year resistance to the mating. They had been in close proximity before, so why was this time around so special? We were told that he held off the mating because he could sense her fear and knew she wasn't ready, then it flipped and we were told it was because he was trying to get over the past, but then it flipped again and he told her that he never really blamed her. So why then? Why is there no clear cut motivation for this? At one point he even mentions wishing desperately for a mate of his own, but earlier in the book he had said he thought of the mating as a curse and wished it would go away. I can't stand this back and forth inconsistency. So, we find out that Cabal and Cassa mated years ago and both have been denying it--although Cassa wasn't aware that he knew they were mates. So why was he such a playboy?

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When a clear and valid Notice is received pursuant to the guidelines, we will respond by either taking down the allegedly infringing content or blocking access to it, and we may also contact you for more information. He is a man whose DNA was altered, infused with the genetic code of the wolf. His unique genetic makeup has created a male unlike any other and will make itself known in the most surprising ways. Now Jacob and Faith are together again, but surprises lurk around every corner and dangers as dark and deadly as their very creation surround them in more ways than one.

Can Charity bestow the love and the acceptance that has always been a part of her, to the man whose very survival depended on the hardening of his heart, of his soul? And can Aiden maintain that cruelty now, in the face of the sacrifices she made? Now Matthias has kidnapped her, but rather than threatening her, rather than harming her, Matthias shows her a love she could have never imagined, and the true horror of the council catches up with them, nearly destroying the life she dreams of having with him.

Now it is up to Noble to keep his mate alive as death and destruction follow her every move. As Anya matured into a woman, she and Del-Rey grew close…but then he broke his promise and wounded her father. Now she must deal with her animalistic desire for the one who betrayed her.

Laurents has to deal with is mate in a very interesting way. Reporter Cassa Hawkins is investigating a series of murders suspected to have been committed by a breed.

Six of the rumored Deadly Dozen, a hunting parting that once preyed upon escaped breeds, has been murdered. The crimes scene photos suggest a breed killer. The problem is, those crime scene photos are the only evidence that a murder was ever committed. The past is on their mind.

A past rife with spilled blood and the horror of a death that still screams out for vengeance. And Cassa voice could very well be added to those screams, unless Cabal finds a way to save her.

Jonas Wyatt. Or at least forced to have weak knees. Would he tremble for his mate? Would he bow before her? Is there anything or anyone that could actually be considered a weakness for our arrogant Director? Mating Heat blows sky high, hot and overwhelming, and reminding him of all the reasons he had fought to avoid it. Especially with the shy, though incredibly stubborn decidedly willful, much loved and cherished Engalls Princess, Kita Engalls.

And only by holding Kita hostage to the truth Jonas demands, will it ever come to light. But can mating heat bloom and became the fiery tendrils of love when Kita suspects her breed has betrayed her? And now Mica is being drawn into her world in ways she had prayed she never would be when the charming wolf breed Navarro makes good on the promise he made her on a dark, explosive night.

A lion at heart, he prefers a lair of solitude. And while fate may have paired them to fight on the same team, neither is willing to admit to the obvious: the mating heat between them is positively incinerating.

It was her only sanctuary from the Breed research that would surely have ended in her death—one such insidious experiment should, indeed, have killed her.

Reporter Cassa Hawkins has always supported Breed rights-especially in light of a specimen like Cabal St.

Laurents, the epitome of the male animal. But when the Breeds are incriminated in a series of violent murders, it's left to Cassa and Cabal to discover the truth before they become prey. Get A Copy. Mass Market Paperback , pages. Published August 4th by Berkley first published August More Details Original Title. Cabal St. Laurents , Cassa Hawkins. Other Editions 8. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

To ask other readers questions about Bengal's Heart , please sign up. In the book it said that the coyote alpha and his mate were separated is that true and in what book is that? Thanks for your answers. Malasha Martinez Yes.

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They were separated all questions are answered in Coyote's Mate. See 1 question about Bengal's Heart…. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. Sort order. Nov 24, Sammy Loves Books rated it it was ok Shelves: Lora Leigh insults her readers by attempting to rewrite the past. It isn't fair to the fans or to the Breed storyline that is already riddled with inconsistencies. Did LL forget what she wrote in Tanner's book?

When Tanner's book was written, Cabal had no mate. Tanner was worried that Cabol was truly Scheme's mate because he had no swelling of the tongue glands after kissing Scheme. He even brought Cabal in to try and seduce Scheme to see if there was chemistry between his twin and Scheme.

Cabal Lora Leigh insults her readers by attempting to rewrite the past.

Cabal had no mate in this book and glorified in sleeping around. Another breed female that had a crush on him died and he actually felt guilty for not having given her a chance.

In Kiss of Heat, Callan kicked Tanner and Cabal out of the main house because of their sexual exploits. Sherra walks in on Cabal and Tanner and a female breed in the act. She proceeds to caution them or they could end up mated to the same woman and Cabal replies that he'll grow up one of these days.

Are these the actions of a mated male? LL shouldn't go back and re right what has already been written. Cabal meets Cassa and says " I own you", when he was rescued from the Pit 11 years ago. This is a major inconsistency in the story that was unacceptable to me. We are to believe that he had a mate and didn't feel guilty about not claiming her for 11 years but felt bad about not giving a girl with a crush a chance?

That he shared unlimited females with his brother while knowing he had a mate and refused to claim her?

It makes no sense! Cabal only kisses Cassa because Dog acted as if he were going to kiss her. That spiked a jealous rage in Cabal and was the only reason he claimed her. So lame after 11 years of ignoring her and knowing that she was going o Eli consistently obviously for hormonal treatments. The side story with Death was somewhat confusing because in the scene when Death kills Alonzo, page 37, LL writes "she shrugged negligently" but Death turns out to be a male later in the story not a female.

Facts like this are so annoying if you are paying attention and not skimming over the story. I have really loved some of the earlier Breed novels, Soul Deep and Mercury's War but this was a major let down.

There was no closure. Death manages to get away. Death never finds his son. Cabal and Cassa don't say I love you until the last page of the book.

I gave this a 3 star cause the story was ok. If Cassa and Cabal weren't fighting, they were having sex and immediately fighting again.. I read romance for a reason and all the fighting was too much for me.

View all 14 comments. Nov 28, Sophia Triad rated it it was amazing Shelves: Breeds 20 Feline Breeds 12 Featured Couple: They aren't technically mated, but still Cassa is suffering from mating heat and she needs to take hormonal supplements to continue living her sexless life.

In the past Cassa met Cabal when she helped him escape a bloodbath. Someone tried to kill him and his family. Imagine his whole family splattered and chopped up all over the p Breeds 20 Feline Breeds 12 Featured Couple: She was very lucky that she survived. Upset and irrational Cabal may well have killed Cassa, if it hadn't been for her scent.

Not the best way to start a relationship.

You owe me for their lives. When I call you, you'll come. Whatever I ask of you, you will give. And one day, you'll pay.

Cabal has definetely marked Cassa. Nowadays Cassa is a famous reporter, expert on Breeds and their rights.

One of her cases is the investigation of a series of murders suspected to have been committed by a breed.

Bengal's Heart

And Cabal and Cassa are trying the best to avoid each other. Until of course Mating Heat hits them with full force. Overall I enjoyed the book. It did not have a single dull moment. And Dog is present and especially playful in this story.

View all 12 comments. Nov 23, Dina rated it it was ok Shelves: This book has tied with Jacob's Faith as my least favorite in the series. Cabal and Cassa were great individually in the previous books, but I'm afraid LL has made a huge mistake by pairing them up. They brought out the worst in each other, and I wanted to hit both of their hard heads with a shovel. Unfortunately, I can't say that readers who have been following this series can skip this book, because there were some interesting new facts introduced into the overall story arc.

Not to mention This book has tied with Jacob's Faith as my least favorite in the series. Not to mention new characters that, I'm sure, will reappear later in the series. So my advice is: Next in line is Lion's Heat , Jonas' book. He'd better make up for this dud! View all 27 comments. Aug 12, Catherine rated it it was ok Shelves: I'm always left disappointed.

I should like this book, based on glimpses of these characters in the past, but I don't. I was severely underwhelmed by their romance and found Cabal much less interesting and more of a jerk this time around. It sucks big time, because this was one of the books I anticipated the most. I thought the first chapter was pretty great and that it set the stage for a pretty intense relationship. I also liked that the mating heat started in a very different way this time around.

The symbolism of tasting his blood was a pretty clever way to induce it. I didn't like that no clear reason was ever given for the 11 year resistance to the mating. They had been in close proximity before, so why was this time around so special?

We were told that he held off the mating because he could sense her fear and knew she wasn't ready, then it flipped and we were told it was because he was trying to get over the past, but then it flipped again and he told her that he never really blamed her. So why then? Why is there no clear cut motivation for this?

At one point he even mentions wishing desperately for a mate of his own, but earlier in the book he had said he thought of the mating as a curse and wished it would go away.

I can't stand this back and forth inconsistency. So, we find out that Cabal and Cassa mated years ago and both have been denying it--although Cassa wasn't aware that he knew they were mates. So why was he such a playboy? The monogamy of the breeds has been a huge factor in the series, and now it's just ignored when one of the characters strays from that? I needed to know why he felt the need to sleep with everything that moved. Cassa complains bitterly about it to herself, but we never actually get any resolution to this.

He just brushes it off and she gets over it. I know they hadn't accepted the mating yet, but once again this felt inconsistent with what we had seen with the series so far. I really disliked the fact that Cabal was constantly trying to control Cassa and keep her in a little bubble. It inevitably led her to do stupid things, like ignore good advice and strike out on her own, despite the danger.

They both irritated me in this matter and I got tired of their bickering. I wouldn't have minded it so much if it had felt more important. But they had all the intensity of a wet blanket and felt like they were just going through the motions. I rolled my eyes over how easily and stupidly that issue was resolved.

I like the grey of the situation and hope to see more develop on that front. View all 25 comments. Dec 26, Samantha rated it it was ok Shelves: Where do I start? Boy was I disappointed with this book. There was so much potential for Cabal and Cassa to have a great story but somehow the mark was totally missed. Let me start off by saying that the beginning of the book was great.

I thought it was going somewhere but immediately it went off track. Cassa and Cabal are both looking for a Rogue. She wants to report the story and he wants her out of the way. After ten ye Where do I start? I mean how many times can you beat a dead horse before you realize that horse is DEAD??? She kept going on and on about her story, putting herself in dangerous situations. Then Cabal would save her, fight with her about doing it, while she promised to get her story.

How did they resolve it, you might wonder? Through sex of course! So after the sex, she rushes off to get into some more trouble and the cycle repeats. This really was a waste of time. Also Cabal felt like a different character than when he was first introduced. Where was Tanner? I thought they were so close and were twins! He never made an appearance in the book. I thought that was slightly odd. There was one highlight.

My boy Jonas was there and I love me some him. We see who his mate is though I already knew since his book is up next for me. View all 5 comments.

Nov 25, MelissaB rated it liked it Shelves: This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. My thoughts about this book in one word: But the Cabal shown in this story was not the man I knew from before. My biggest problems with the book: He left her alone for 11 years for reasons that were never really explained - Cabal blatantly had sex with other women who rubbed it in Cassa's face for those 11 years but he never even apologizes or shows r My thoughts about this book in one word: He left her alone for 11 years for reasons that were never really explained - Cabal blatantly had sex with other women who rubbed it in Cassa's face for those 11 years but he never even apologizes or shows remorse about the pain he caused Cassa.

He just gets mad at the thought that she married someone else before she even met him and never thinks about what he did to her. When she brings it up he acts like she is crazy to care about it. It seemed like Cabal only wanted Cassa for sex and didn't really care about her beyond that.

He only cared about his wants and feelings and never seemed to acknowledge that his actions hurt his mate for 11 freaking years. I was very diappointed in him and the whole plot line. I hope the next book is better and shows a hero who cares about more than himself because this book just seemed to be "off", almost like the author forgot about the character she had previously created View all 6 comments.

Great story but some inconsistency with Previous Books This book has a great plot, but part of the love story regarding the mating heat between Cabal St. Laurent, Bengal Breed and Cassa Hawkins, reporter was different than previous books.

Aside from that, the storyline is pretty great. It begins when Cassa and her then abusive husband are rescuing breeds from labs. They are at a Lab in Germany and Cassa finds out that her husband Douglas has betrayed them to the Genetics Council and the breeds they are there to rescue are all dying in the Pit, being chopped up. While she tries desperately to turn off the contraption, he is enjoyinng the bloody deaths. Until the lead Bengal, Cabal escapes the Pit and kills Douglas.

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Right as Jonas arrives, he claims to Cassa that he owns her, she has his blood on her lips and is devastated thinking it is all her fault and he means to kill her someday. The story then jumps 10 years into the future when Cassa is now a reporter. She has been in several other breeds books as a reporter so this is nothing new. Supposed members of the Deadly Dozen are being murdered by a breed or a breed is being framed for the murders and Cassa is getting drawn into it because the murderer is sending her photographs of each murder victim after the crimes.

Jonas and team, headed by Cabal are looking into the crimes and cleaning them up because if it gets out that a breed is viciously murdering humans, then all the good sentiment toward breeds will turn bad. Now that Cabal and Cassa are spending time together, the mating heat is too much to ignore.

Kat Valentine Excellent review Wendy! Apr 13, Smokinhotbooks K. The minute I finished this book I was on the phone with my partner in crime bemoaning my disappointments.

And what do we get with his book, barely a mention of this side of him or why he was into such carnal pleasures of the flesh. Firstly, I am tired of having her side characters have a more enriching plotline than her actual main characters.

She peaks your interest with such side characters and when their book comes out, wham, major disappointment. Secondly, all of her male characters and female characters are interchangeable. Thirdly, let there be peace damn-it! Useless fighting until the last possible second when they realize they love each other is my utter pet peeve!

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