Book Review-Navarros Promise

Navarros Promise
Breeds (24)
Lora Leigh
Berkley Sensation
Paperback
Published April 2011
307 Pages
Fantasy/Shape Shifter Romance
ISBN: 978-0-425-23978-0

Synopsis                                                                                   In the wolf breed novel, NAVARRO’S PROMISE, Mica Toler’s best friend is the wolf/coyote hybrid breed, Cassie Sinclair. 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.

The Breeds guaranteed that no harm would come to Micah Toler but they never allowed for her sensual fascination with Navarro Blaine. Aloof, cool, and mysterious, he draws her in as no man ever has. But Micah never wanted this. She had her own dreams, her own desires, and being stalked and seduced by a wolf breed wasn’t part of that plan.

Now she knows her life is in danger. What Navarro knows is that she’s his mate and that the breeding and training that created him is being peeled away in his desperation to claim a woman that refuses to be claimed.

He has her body. She craves his touch. And as the breeds converge the past will rise up to haunt Navarro in ways he never expected.

Summary:
Mica, is protected by the breeds due to her relationship with them. Mica is then attacked when she is alone, and in danger, and there is no one that knows how much danger she is in. She is then attacked and on the run from council coyote breeds who are out to get her so they can kidnap her and use her as leverage…but then she is rescued by Navarro, whom even though he is unsure whether Mica is his lifemate wants her with a desperation and craves her like he has no other. Mica even though she wants Navarro, she knows they have no future because of the type of breed he is where he could never come to love her….since she doesn’t know if he is even capable of such emotion.

The Hero (Navarro Blaine)
Navarro has always had a fascination with Mica, even though he was trained to blend in, and be cool and aloof he finds that he can’t be that way with Mica. The moment he hears that she is in danger he sets out to protect her….but then he starts to realize that she is his mate and he sets out to seduce her and claim her as his own…

The Heroine (Mica Toler)
Mica, an only child has known the breeds for the majority of her life, and has become best friends with Cassie, and when she is in danger she flees not knowing how long she can be on the run from the coyotes that are out to get her knowing they can use her against the breeds. Then she is rescued by Navarro and things only increase in intensity when she starts to realize that they could be mates…but she won’t settle for anything else than a love match.

My Thoughts 
Navarro’s Promise is the 24th in the Breed series by Lora Leigh. I have really loved this series….and I found that this was a exciting one….and having seen Navarro in previous books in the series…I have been looking forward to his story. What this story really boils down to is how we see Navarro who is suppose to be unable to feel unable to have emotion such as love…only he learns that Mica is the one who can change things for him. There was a dangerous element as well to the plot…..and the sensual side was very steamy…but defintiely a powerfully seduction read that will make you go wild!!!

My Grade On This Book 
5 Blossoms

Other Books In The Series 

Tempting The Beast
The Man Within
Elizabeth’s Wolf
Kiss of Heat
Soul Deep
The Breed Next Door
Megan’s Mark
Harmony’s Way
Tanner’s Scheme
Wolf’s Hope
Jacob’s Faith
Aiden’s Charity
In A Wolf’s Embrace
Dawn’s Awakening
A Jaguars Kiss
Mercury’s War
Christmas Heat
Coyote’s Mate
Bengal’s Heart
Lions Heat
Styx Storm 
Lawes Justice

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