Stygian's Honor - Breeds, Bk 27 Author:Lora Leigh Window Rock, Arizona, is the last known location of Honor Roberts, who vanished when she was just thirteen. It was her only sanctuary from the Breed research that would surely have ended in her death -- one such insidious experiment should, indeed, have killed her. That she lived is both a miracle -- and a great mystery. — Stygian's mission i... more »s to find Honor Roberts, no matter the cost. Now, with the help of Liza Johnson, assistant to the chief of the Navajo Nation, he is closer than ever to his goal. But will the discovery of Honor Roberts mean the destruction of the mating heat that has developed between Stygian and Liza?« less
Sharon K. reviewed Stygian's Honor (Breeds, Bk 27) on
Helpful Score: 4
This story left you hanging at the end. I must admit there was more Breed story progression re Jonas and Rachels' daughter, Amber, and finding the 'test subjects', than there was about whether the hero's "thing" was working properly and mating heat like in Navarro's Promise. I didn't feel any true emotion between Stygian and Honor. It was just "you are my mate, let's do it, did it, now I love you. And typical Lora Leigh sex scenes.
So, I love the cover! But the stroy was SO wordy. Too many pages of the Same Exact crap written over n over. I liked the different premis, but I couldnt get over how many times we were reminded over n over of what was happeing in Liza's head. ugh. I really did like Liza & Stygian, both stubborn n full of spunk! Really over the 'save amber' storyline as well. Its been going on for books, n im officially over it. bring in some NEW drama please! Still need to read it bc there was some great info revealed, but still way too long.
I'm starting to believe Leigh has lost her touch. The last few books of the series were duds. This one was slightly better but the Stygian and Liza had no connection. The sex scenes were in odd places and didn't add to their relationship emotionally. I actually skipped some of the sex scenes because they were boring. It was unnecessarily wordy and how many times did I have to read about Liza'a nipple, clit, vaginal swellings? It was pretty much in every other paragraph if not more.
Things I did like was Stygian and Liza as individuals. I loved how much she fought for what she believed, just wished I didn't have to the same thoughts from her over and over again. Although the ending is open things moved along nicely.
The end was sligthly weak. Liza fought Jonas through a lot of the book but in the end she was very accepting of Jonas's demands which didn't fit with her character. I don't think she was the type not to confront her father and Uncle.
So the book was okay. Definitely not worth real money or credit. Try to find it at the local library if you can.