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Lawe's Justice (Breeds) Mass Market Paperback – December 6, 2011

Book 26 of 30 in the Breed Series

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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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  • Series: Breeds (Book 11)
  • Mass Market Paperback: 368 pages
  • Publisher: Berkley (December 6, 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0425243958
  • ISBN-13: 978-0425243954
  • Product Dimensions: 4.2 x 0.9 x 6.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 14.1 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (112 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #429,923 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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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 relative peace with each other. Surrounded by a menagerie of pets, friends, and a teenage son who keeps her quick wit engaged, Lora's life is filled with joys, aided by her fans whose hearts remind her daily why she writes.

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Plots too became confusing as if the author had been rushed and was just trying to tie everything up.
I've never read a book by Lora Leigh that I didn't like, and this one is no exception, however... she did leave the reader in the lurch.
Diane can't accept this because she loves her job and won't change her personality just to be his mate.
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106 of 118 people found the following review helpful By Belly on December 7, 2011
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Lawe's Justice. Breeds #26

If you're a series addict like me, then nothing anyone says is going to dissuade you from buying this. But allow me to say in advance ...I told you so!... There were only 2 posted customer reviews when i bought this and they both give it 1 star and a very bad write up. I should have listened.

This latest instalment in the Breeds series is quite possibly the worst one in the series to date.
The plot line was there, it even had potential. It just never went anywhere. None of the action/adventure plot lines finished and Lawe & Diane's romance lacked the fire of many of the other titles. They just talked it to death.

We had; Lawe and Diane discovered they were mates more than a year earlier, but Lawe just wandered off to la-la land somewhere and didn't persue it. It wasn't until Rule (his twin brother) decided if Lawe didn't want a warrior for a mate, then he'd claim her, cause his mate is all girly and he doesn't want her. ...and whats with that? We've been told for the last 25 books that Mates are the best thing in the universe, and here we have 2 characters who don't want their mates?

We had a breed gone feral whose killing council scientists by vivisection,(autopsied alive) (which, incidentally is a word which does not fit well into a story when used more than once or twice). Because he was killed that way, I think it was 3 times?

He's trying to find a girl whose blood saved his life when he was a younger. He wanted to die, she foiled him because she wanted him to live. Good a reason as any to want to kill someone, I spoze. I wouldn't be too surprised if when this finally plays out we will discover they are mates.
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60 of 66 people found the following review helpful By Rare Reviewer on December 14, 2011
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Plot lines either simply died or continued in an endless loop getting nowhere and not having any type of resolution.

The story read like more of a set up for a novel about Amber and the unknown Feral breed instead of about Lawe and Diane.

There was just TOO MANY "HUH" moments. At several points in the book, either the stated dialogues or action scenes described made no sense and/or were confusing. I've read Federal Tax Laws that were clearer!

The internal dialogue of the main female protagonist, Diane, was repetitive and didn't really add anything to the plot lines. It read more like "filler" to increase the word count.

Most of the book was a rehash of what any reader of the series already knows. Maybe if this was a 1st in the series, yeh, it would be necessary. If this was meant to be a stand alone novel instead of one in a series - then again, yes I could see the necessity. But even then, the novel still needs a strong plot line and developed characters and actions which this did not have.

If you take out the repetitive parts of the novel, the rehash of data from all the previous novels and the repetitive dialogues/descriptions, you would end up with an extremely short undeveloped story.

What is really sad is that Lori Leigh is capable of putting out an outstanding novel but her latest creations fall so short of the potential. What is even sadder is the "high praises and ratings" when you would think that a good editor or "beta" reader would have after reviewing this book said, "Look Lori, this needs to be reworked, tighten up your plot, strength your story line, get rid of the repetitive parts, get back to the basics.
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72 of 84 people found the following review helpful By Shaelin T. on December 7, 2011
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I am a long time fan of Lora Leigh. I've read every breed book, even the more recent and less impressive offerings from Ms. Leigh. After the Navarro's Promise SNAFU (missing chapter at critical point towards the end of the book) and the delay in publication, I really expected more from Lawe's Justice. Unfortunately, this book fell disappointingly short.
This book is a cookie cutter reproduction of any of the more recent breed novels. You can basically replace Lawe and Diane with any of the previous breed/mate names and you have the same story. Breed finds mate. Breed resists mate. Mate resists breed. Mating heat is irresistible and brings breed and mate together. Pepper in sex scenes and you have the book. Any real plot is confusing if it exists at all. Is Diane trying to find information to save Amber? How did that effort get lost in trying to avoid Lawe? What a cop out ending.
I have always been curious about Cassie's character and how she will arrive at her "happily ever after" but I don't think I can suffer through however many more of the seemingly "printed just to make a buck" books that it will take to get there.
Ms. Leigh really needs to re-evaluate and raise her game.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By for2nyx on January 26, 2012
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I just finished reading the kindle release of this title. I've read most of the reviews, especially the negative ones, as soon as the title was released. I was disappointed but at the end, as a devout follower, I caved in and purchased. And I never thought I would be venting my frustration with it by writing a review on it--just to work the disenchantment out of my system. Since I've read all of the books--and enjoyed most of them--on the series, I really did not believe that Ms. Leigh could top the disaster that was Styx's Storm. Yet this book is even a bigger disappointment for me, but not because it is missing chapters like in Navarro's Promise--it is not--and Diane is not as annoying as Storme was in her attempts to establish her independence and abrasive personality. So I gave it 3 stars but in the progression of the series, from my end, it deserves only 1.

From my perspective what failed me most in this book, was the fact that at the end I felt as if THE SERIES, starting with Styx's Storme, LOST THE AUTHOR'S ATTENTION AND DEVOTION TO IT AND THIS INSTALLMENT HAS CEMENTED THAT FACT.

Editing is at best acceptable as far as the punctuation and spelling is concerned. (English is not my first language thus I can't comment on that much.) Otherwise, sentences, paragraphs, even whole chapters remain poorly connected with each other. It is as if the writer turned over her preliminary notes on the general plot, characters' behavior (not personality), their eventual surrender to each other, and their standing in the overall development of the breed series (which is I'm not sure where it is since some previously deemed indispensable characters have disappeared all together) along with some twists, over to some subordinate.
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