Aiden has experienced life as a Breed experiment. He was controlled and forced to live his life while others took notes. One such lab tech, was Charity. The only aspect of his life that he was able to control was his sexuality. He had iron control until Charity showed up.
Charity couldn’t stand the idea of Aiden being destroyed, so she stoked him to an erection then turned him over to the scientists to study. Aiden never forgave her, so six years later when she is fleeing the compound she is surprised when he saves her.
The two learn that they are mates and the key to the future of all Breeds. The physical and chemical changes that are taking place within Charity will reveal the secret to birthing the next generation.
If you don’t like to read elaborate, long or multiple sex scenes you will hate this book. If you’ve read Lora Leigh you know what to expect. It’s the same idea as most of her books. The story really isn’t in an elaborate plot. It is in watching a couple form a relationship. Taking two people and making them care for each other despite all odds.
It is traditional romance meets erotica. I say this because a romance is supposed to be about the relationship between two people. Yet this book is erotic, at the expense of the plot line of the bad guys trying to get the good guys. Much of the story revolves around the couple having sex. From chapter one until chapter fifteen when the couple first has sex, it’s all about the need to have sex. Yes there is other stuff, but for the most part it is about the sex.
I don’t mind. I’ve read two other books in the series, Meghan’s Mark and Tanner’s Scheme, so I knew what to expect when I picked the book up and it works in its own way.
I don’t see that it matters what order you read the books in, which is something Ms. Leigh did purposely. Check out her website for more information about the Breed series.