Review: Rule Breaker (Breeds, #29) by Lora Leigh

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Rule Breaker

Paranormal Romance – Shapeshifters – Erotica 18+



Lion Breed, Rule Breaker had just a few rules he didn’t break. Not for anything. Not for anyone.

#1. Never have sex with a woman outside his own subspecies, especially a human woman.

#2. Never, at any time, accept a mission concerning a female when Jonas Wyatt stinks of a lie.

#3. Run don’t walk, skip or stumble. Run, hell for leather away from any female, human or breed, when his desire for her appears, in any way, to have so much as a single sign of Mating Heat.

Now, the woman believes he’s mated, is too helpless, to fun loving and too full of life to ever be able to protect herself, let alone aide him in protecting her.

If the damned animal inside him insisted on a mate, then why pick the woman it did? One that could be struck out at, at any time?

But, what he suspected was a mating, may not be. No swollen glands? No heat? Just his animal instincts rioting, pacing, irritated whenever he’s away from her.

Okay, he could handle that.

What ensues is a fiery affair that breaks all the rules of mating heat and will eventually endanger his mate with the very rules designed to protect the breeds when Jonas learns she’s possibly been working against them.


~ 3 Breaker Stars ~

Rule Breaker is book 29 in the Breeds series. I did enjoy Rule Breaker, but it did not stand out as the earlier books did when I started this series. Nothing new happens with the mating, it’s the same scenario’s as all the other books just with different character names. The story lines are a little more complex and we finally get some answers.

Gypsy was ok. She is fierce enough to try and spy, gather info and cover it up as a party girl. Rule has had my attention since he was introduced, well all the breeds have. Their is just something about Jonas’s men. Ms. Leigh did not disappoint in the sex. She can write a sex scene like no other! Their is some major heat in this one. The story had some other elements that fascinated me. The side characters for one. Dog, Dane, and Cassie we get to see different sides of them. My heart broke for Cassie and the life she has to lead. I can’t forget Gideon. We finally learn who he is, what he’s done.

Rule Breaker was a good read in the Breed series. It helped close out some older chapters that have been around a little to long. I’ll probably keep reading, but won’t be dyeing to bump up the next story on my every growing read pile.

Angela (Angel’s Guilty Pleasures) Rating and Review

Borrowed from library!

Lora Leigh

I'm an outdoor sun loving reader living near San Fransisco. I’m a mother, wife, animal & book lover. I'm the owner, reviewer & mind behind Angel’s Guilty Pleasures. My favorite animals are horses & dogs. As for reading I love all things paranormal & urban fantasy & my favorite shifters are dragons.

2 comments on “Review: Rule Breaker (Breeds, #29) by Lora Leigh

  1. I started this one then got distracted by another read and never made it back. I’d not read the handful before it and whew it was a bit of work getting caught up in some of the things. I want to go back and read everyone in order then give it another go 🙂

    • Hi Anna, Ya this series is best read in order. Their is lots of information, but then things start to be the same like the attraction with each couple that it gets old. Take your time some books are better then others. Take a break. I like the earlier books better. ^_^