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Thursday, February 12, 2009

Review - Coyote's Mate by Lora Leigh

Title: Coyote’s Mate
Author: Lora Leigh
Publisher: Berkley Sensations
Buy Link: Coyote's Mate (Coyote Breeds, Book 2)

Rating: You Gotta Read

Reviewer: Sashet

For six years Anya Korbin worked with Del-Rey Delgato—the genetically altered rebel known as the Coyote Ghost—to free a group of coyote women kept in her father’s lab. As Anya matured into a woman, she and Del-Rey grew close…but then he broke his promise and killed her father. Now she must deal with her animalistic desire for the one who betrayed her.

The latest in Ms. Leigh’s Breed series is out and for only the second time in the series the Coyote’s take center stage. Of all the Council created breeds, Coyotes are the least understood. In Coyote’s Mate, Ms. Leigh pulls back that layer of mystery and shows her readers who and what the Coyotes are about. Anya and Del-Rey’s story is destined to become my favorite of the series. Having read all the Breed books, I knew what to expect: strong alpha male, equally strong woman, and some really steamy sex scenes. What I didn’t expect was the lump that rose in my throat or the tears that threatened. This book is the most emotionally involving of the series.

As always Ms. Leigh delivers wonderfully complex characters in a world that could be, but this time she took it a step further and definitely created a book you gotta read.


  1. Thanks for the review Stephanie. I do wonder how Lora Leigh keeps her stories fresh/gives them new twists. Each time I read her latest, I am happily surprised. Sounds like Coyote's Mate will do the same.

  2. I have to agree, I loved this book! I also like how the author brings back characters from the other books in the series and gives them a central part in the story without taking away from the main characters.


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