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  • Mass Market Paperback: 320 pages
  • Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks; 1 edition (Feb. 28 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0312389094
  • ISBN-13: 978-0312389093
  • Product Dimensions: 2.5 x 10.6 x 17.2 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 181 g
  • Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #103,970 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)


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By Lotusland Lady TOP 500 REVIEWER on March 18 2012
Format: Mass Market Paperback Verified Purchase
Lora Leigh books follow a very simple formula. The male is a warrior, either a Breed (human/animal hybrid) or a Seal, Special Forces etc. He is huge, powerful, wildly sexy, brooding, extremely well endowed, violent, a dynamo in bed and is eventually captivated by the love of a single woman. She is gorgeous, wounded but plucky, and fights the instant attraction to said male but as soon as they hit the sack it is all over. Not much character development beside the obvious, lots of action, violence and great bedroom scenes. We know what to expect when we buy a Lora Leigh book and I have enjoyed almost all of them. I especially like her Breed series. This book is the second in a new series about the Callahan cousins and it is the last I expect to read in this series. It is so confusing, so meandering, with no focus on any perceptible story line I got lost and bored and annoyed. I swear the author put her laptop onto "Automatic Write" and took off. The result hits all the formulistic cliches but without any connections that make sense. There is no story arc, there is no story to speak off. I can't recommend this book.
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37 of 39 people found the following review helpful
Great Story. Poor Quality. March 6 2012
By D. Malcolm - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Loved the story - great premise, good characters, fast paced, good suspense.
But the quality of the writing and the editing - awful. Inconsistencies, repeating the same phrase over and over again, at one point the same scene seemed to be repeated within itself.
Please Lora, your editor and the publishing house: read your manuscript thoroughly before publishing! Or get someone else to do it.
I am starting to take LL off my auto buy list because the quality is slipping so much, which is a real pity.
27 of 29 people found the following review helpful
Second in series..Deadly Sins.. March 9 2012
By Truth Be Told - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback
After reading Midnight Sins, the first book in this series, I regretted that I paid money for a book with so many typo's, timeline errors, factual mistakes, etc etc... This time I was smart enough to get the book from the library. Lora Leigh will never be an auto buy for me again. I should have learned my lesson after Live Wire. Having said that, I feel the need to continue with the series simply because I want to know who the killer/killers are.

While the author is good at building suspense and writing sexually graphic material, she confuses the reader by changing facts in her descriptions of characters. This book is about Logan, the middle Callahan cousin. Based on the last book, he should be 32, not 33. He has been described as having a different look then the other Callahan cousins. Rafer, in the last book has sharp blue eyes and the noted black hair of the Callahan men but not the prominent brown eyes. Crowe, the oldest cousin, who will be in the next book, titled 'Secret Sins' was described in the first book as having dark hair and dark eyes, the true look of the Callahan men, the cousins fathers. Then LL messes up and gives him green eyes midway only to catch her mistake and correct it back to brown hair and brown eyes. Logan is a blond with emerald green eyes, as depicted in the cover of the book. At least she doesn't mess him up. I guess we will have to wait for the next book to see if she does that. Pathetic really.

As if that isn't bad enough, we have Skye O'Brien as having curly long dark hair, but at one point, LL describes her as having long red hair, only to go back to describing her as having the dark hair again. I just rolled my eyes at one mistake after another. I tried, I really did to ignore them and just focus on the story but the numerous errors became too distracting. She has a part written where Logan is talking to Crowe and Logan...ahh, didn't you mean Rafer LL? (DUH)

There is no excuse for all these errors. There are so many good authors out there like Pamela Clare's I-Team series that put this to shame. Details are crucial to the reader as one needs to figure out the plot and timelines.

I would rate this a 2.5. The story would be an interesting read if the reader can either ignore all the mistakes and just make the best of the sex and suspense.
23 of 26 people found the following review helpful
Better than the first Feb. 29 2012
By Kelly49855 - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
This is the 2nd installment of the series, the first being Midnight Sins which was very hard to get through..curiosity made my buy the second and I must say the plot moves along MUCH faster than the fisrt..typical Lora Leigh sex scenes and the two characters are well developed. I must say, you may not even bother with the first installement as it is briefly explained here.
10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
Did not like it at all! March 30 2012
By bookie - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback Verified Purchase
This is not a postive review.....It is full of SPOILERS******

I have been a big fan of L.L. for years, but in the past her writing has been really bad. I was hoping that this new series would prove that she was back in the game.

I read the fist one and I didn't really like it, so I waited on the reviews before I bought this one. Most of the reviews said that this one was better. I do not see how anyone thought this was better.

This book as so many things wrong with it I wanted to get my money back from Amazon. What was I to say? "I want my money back because the book stunk"?
What I found so strange was the love scenes...L.L. has always brought forth great scenes, but after reading this book I am starting to think that maybe she just into this anymore. L.L. couldn't decide even if the female had a gown on or short/shirt. Couldn't decide if they were on the bed or on a counter. Then the cut and paste was awful. In a couple of chapters things were repeated several times. I had to keep going back and I thought I must be too tired to read because I felt like I was reading the chapter over again. I was reading it over again because it was in there twice. The names of the guys were getting mixed up. It would have Logans name where is should of been Rafe's. The ending was awful, it was as if L.L. just got up and left the entire book. I understand that there is another book following this one, but could you at least give it some closure? The first book had a bad guy die at the end; couldn't L.L. give us something to feel that maybe the "good guys" could come up ahead?

If I had to choose between the 1st and the 2nd book I think with all of the incorrect spelling/story telling regarding the past of the family I would still say that the 1st book was better. I didn't really like the first either but it was better than Dealy sins. I was mad after I finished Deadly Sins. I would really like to have my $8.00 back, but it's not Amazons fault that it was a bad book.

I am not hopful for the next.
10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
PLEASE get a copy editor! March 7 2012
By Cactusqueen - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback Verified Purchase
I have read just about everything Lora Leigh has written, but the last few books have had several mistakes in them, that contribute to confusion in reading and this one is no exception. Character names are incorrect in places, clothing items are wrong (first Skye has on a gown, then she has on a shirt, then a gown)...please check for consistency and continuity! I don't know if this is the fault of the author or the editor, but it is getting worse with Leigh's later books.
That being said, this book is an improvement over the previous "Sins" book. I am looking forward to reading Crowe's story and seeing the "who done it" wrapped up of the trilogy. The characters in Deadly Sins are fleshed out and you can see why Logan and Skye are drawn to each other. As with Leigh's other books, the sex is pretty hot, but I just can't give this book four or five stars due to the errors throughout. Sorry, Lora.

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