Jonas Wyatt. The Bogeyman of the
Breeds. He deserves this title and so much more, but his
only guilt is his never-ending journey of fighting for the
rights and happiness of breeds around the world. For years
he has fought to keep himself in control and project the
persona expected of him. This hard won control comes to an
end the minute Rachel Broen steps into his office as his new
personal assistant. And she is pregnant by another man.
The minute Jonas smells Rachelís scent,
he knows she is his mate Ė later, tests confirm this
information as well, but he keeps this to himself. While he
silently aches to take Rachel in his arms and mate her,
Jonas knows that he has to give Rachel the chance. When her
daughter is placed in danger, Rachel demands that Jonas help
her. And help her he will, right into his home and his
Mesmeric. That is the perfect synonym
to describe the effect Lionís Heat had on me.
Jonas has always been a favorite of mine Ė he is snarly,
alpha, and growls and I love every single cell in his body.
However, he is so much more than just what is on the
outside. In his heart he is a brother, a son, a mate, and a
father. He strives to put his time in the labs behind him,
but his experiences shaped the man he is today and that man
deserves happiness and the love of a good woman. Rachel is
that woman. She keeps his appointments, she runs his
office, and she rules his heart. But most importantly, she
loves him. She loves him unconditionally, and that is
exactly what Jonas needs.
If you read no other Lora Leigh penned
novel this year, please read Lionís Heat.
Lionís Heat is the novel that Jonas Wyatt needed
and I quite happily Joyfully Recommend it. I couldnít put it
down and I have since read it two more times. It is