Navarro's Promise Mass Market Paperback – Apr 5 2011
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Lora Leigh is known for her deliciously intense and satisfying erotic romance. Her characters come to her in her dreams, inspiring her with the possibilities of What If... Most days, Lora can be found in front of her computer weaving daydreams while sipping the ambrosia of the gods, also known as coffee. When not writing, thinking about writing, or plotting what to write, Lora, a Kentucky native, enjoys gardening, fishing, and hiking with her husband and children.
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Navarro is a breed with recessed genetics. Like the last few books, this creates anomalies in the mating heat. There is also Navarro's training around suppressing his emotions. These things combine to make it difficult to accept his animal wanting a mate.
Mica has spent many years around the breeds and Cassie is her best friend. In order to protect some semblance of privacy, Mica has learned to control her body's responses and hide her emotions.
At the beginning, Navarro rescues Mica from an attempted kidnapping. This places them in close contact and rekindles the desire that has been simmering between them for ten years. Navarro manages to infect Mica with the mating heat, but doesn't really seem to suffer it himself.
I liked that this book didn't rely on mortal peril to force the hero to realize his feelings. I liked that they were not being manipulated by outside forces. This was just two people coming to grips with their feelings for each other.
SPOILERS: I didn't like that they never discuss his reluctance and how he comes to love her. Mica is left in the dark as to his inner thoughts and secrets. I didn't like that the resolution at the end was so imcomplete. Who was the spy, where is Ely, how did the villian escape. I also didn't like the complete lack of affection between the H & H. Even at the end we are deprived of seeing any tenderness between them, lust yes aplenty, but tenderness is completely missing.
Worst of all, however, was the missing pages that others have mentioned. It was like the ending was left as a barely expanded outline.Read more ›