Tanner's Scheme - Lora Leigh Reviews
Description:ISBN 0425216616 / Author: Lora Leigh / Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy / When the genetically altered Breeds' main base is attacked, Tanner Reynolds retaliates by kidnapping Scheme Tallant, the daughter of the man responsible, until he discovers that she is also a target and destined ... more
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by ladybracknell - written on 09/11/08 (Very useful, 15 readings)
and immediately falls in lust with Harmony and she with him. Truth to tell, there is very little story and a huge amount of luridly described rumpy pumpy. Lora Leigh is very fond of describing genitalia in all its glory which, rather than being erotic or arousing, is simply rather tacky, and certainly doesn t add anything to the story. Not that there is much story really and what there is seems merely to be a vehicle for the various sexual interludes between Harmony and Lance and between a couple of secondary characters thrown in for good measure. I m not against erotic romance, in fact I quite enjoy it when it is well written but I m afraid Lora Leigh has a tendency ...
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