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Stygian's Honor (A Novel of the Breeds) Mass Market Paperback – August 7, 2012
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Lora’s family, and her writing life coexist, 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 finds her life filled with joys, aided by her fans whose hearts remind her daily why she writes.
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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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Stygian's Honor by Lora Leigh is the 27th book in the Breed Series and in this book wolf breed Stygian and his mate Lisa Johnson must find Honor Roberts in order to save Jonas and Rachel's daughter Amber and Honor might be closer than anybody thinks(besides Jonas of course). In S.H. there's actual progress (they do find Honor and the title reveals who Honor Roberts really is although I felt dumb when I didn't catch that) but it's tiny progress and it leaves you with more questions than answers so basically it's back to square one... well... square three really since the breeds do find Honor Roberts and Fawn Corrigan. To finish the cure to save Amber they need breeds Judd and Gideon.
So basically to sum it all up this book was about a mated breed pair, a big case of mistake and identity and a wild goose chase.
And not to upset any lions, bengals, wolfs and coyotes but I thought this book was a bit boring. Yes, I am always eager to read about new mated breed couples but after 27 books mating heat the readers can spot a mile away and could name the symptoms off the top of their heads. Mating heat isn't a surprise anymore and by now we know all the ways Lora Leigh makes the mated pair deal with mating heat.
Feelings when dealing with mating heat include: disbelief, anger, control issues, fear, jealousy, etc.
As far as mating heat goes we know the routine so there's no real surprises regarding it anymore at least to me.
I was interested in the search for Honor Roberts although I thought Honor was still a child.Read more ›
I generally enjoy Lora Leigh's Breed series but there are some books that are better than others. This one is not the best. Not the worst but definitely towards the bottom. I mostly agree with the other reviewers about the weird time gaps, a lot of characters running around and a very abrupt ending.
My main problem is that I really started to get bored and frustrated with the story (or lack there of). Several chapters were basically the same - the Navajo Nation and the Breeds come together to viciously argue over helping Jonas's daughter, everyone stomps off, Stygian and Liza have sex, Liza says she'll be destroyed; repeat. The whole while we all know that Liza is really Honor and everyone everyone else is stupid for not seeing it.
My second problem is that everyone claims that they would do anything to help the little girl....except, well, admit that Liza is Honor. Including Jonas. He knows who she is but doesn't say it out loud, he just hopes that the mating heat will take care of it. The mating heat seems to be the magically cure for any issues that need to be resolved and I'm getting tired of it.
Thirdly, I'm so bored with all of the sex scenes that I'm starting to *gasp* skip over them. They're all the same and there seem to be more sex scenes than actual story. And the story that we do have does not advance very far. By the end, we're almost at the point where we started.
I'd suggest you not waste your time with this book and wait until Ms. Leigh writes the book where all four survivors are found. I'm sure she'll rehash everything in that book, anyway. Hopefully, we'll all still care by then.
Why are we here? I kept asking myself this question because I had no interest at all in being dumped into a story with 2 character who had no meaning to me (Stygian? when was the groundwork laid for him and we really cared about his story? and Liza? I got so tired of her repetitive hardness because we all knew she was going to cave) and then I figured it had nothing to do with Gideon/Judd/Fawn and Honor. It had to do with a crying 2 year old of Rachel's that Brandemore stuck with a needle and injected something into her, giving her (last time we heard) a soft pelt of hair growing on her arms. Jonas freaks out and we're stuck in the wilderness of this writer's mess that includes such items as: Core level DNA testing (totally new concept), Dash and Elizabeth Sinclair with Cassie showing up to talk to the dead but then decides not to reveal anything to anyone, Dog, Lawe, Rule, Loki, Judd (in another name), heck, is there anyone in Colorado at Wolf Headquarters? Is anyone else tired of the Amber storyline and getting equally strained with Rachel and Jonas? I know I am. Ms. Leigh paired Jonas up too quick and now we're subject to his storyline of trying to get answers for his kid.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It felt like the author just dragged this book out. Not as much going on as in her previous books. However I still love her books!Published 12 days ago by L. Simmons
All of Lora Leigh's Breed books are full of twists and turns and filled with very Alpha males and females to stand up and rival them all!Published 16 days ago by Amazon Customer
I adore this series as a whole. The breeds rock this just was okay for me.Published 7 months ago by Amazon Customer
I liked this story about Stygian and his mate. I really liked reading about characters from previous books and the series is really becoming more exciting.Published 11 months ago by Amazon Customer
Wickedly sexy, wild and hot. I love this series. Highly recommend to all readerPublished 14 months ago by julie minton