Author: Laurann Dohner
Publisher: Ellora's Cave
Buy link: Buy Justice Here!
Rating: You Need To Read
Reviewed by: Donna
Book 4 in the New Species series.
Justice North is the face of New Species. Seeing him up close makes Jessie’s heart race. He’s the ultimate alpha male—big, muscular, exotically beautiful…and dangerous. Of course he’s off limits. But then the sexy man purrs and all bets are off.
Jessie Dupree is a mouthy, fiery human female who brings out the animal in Justice. She wants to show him how to relax, and he’s all for anything she wants to do, but Justice has sworn to protect his people and to take a Species mate. He’s torn between the woman he wants and the oath he’s taken.
Jessie knows a relationship between them probably won’t end well; heartbreak is inevitable. But that won’t stop her from freeing the wildness inside Justice and spending every moment she can steal wrapped around his hot body, making him roar with passion.
Reader Advisory: Each New Species book may be read as a standalone, but we suggest reading them in order to get the most enjoyment from the series.
Justice is the fourth book in the New Species series, and it didn't disappoint. Jessie is a senator's daughter who can get by in any situation from political tea parties to hostile raids. She is also a task force member who has been helping to free the small Gift Females and any other Species still held in captivity.
Justice is the leader of the NSO, and he will do anything, including sacrifice his own happiness, to keep his people safe. Now that he has met Jessie, he is torn between his people and the only woman who has ever made him want to change his mind.
Ms. Dohner has written a story that is very similar to Lora Leigh's Breeds series, but it is different enough to keep it interesting and unique. The book made me laugh out loud a couple times, which is always a nice addition to the smoking hot sex scenes and the gory action scenes. The characters are enjoyable and entertaining, and while there were a few grammatical errors, it was overall an excellent read.