Sep 12, jenjn79 rated it really liked it Recommended to jenjn79 by: GR friends. Shelves: info-full , reviewed , , genre-romance-suspense , zjuly-dec , stars-4 , author-lora-leigh , series-tempting-seals-elite-ops , status-borrowed. Rating: 4.
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I'm enjoying them a bunch! Before I started this book, Auntee gave me a little forewarning that if I didn't like this one, to keep going with the series because it got better. So I wasn't really sure whether I'd like this book or not. Turned out I loved it. A lot. I know some didn't quite like this book for a couple of reasons: it was tamer than Leigh's erotic-rom Rating: 4. But none of those things really bothered me. I was a smidge disappointed that Leigh turned down the sex as much as she did. I mean, the book was still much hotter than your average romance, but it was still tamer than her other books.
And not just in obvious ways. There were some subtler changes I noticed that I didn't think were necessary. But the book was still H. Just be warned that if you're thinking of reading this book because you've read Leigh's straight-up erotic-romances, it's not like those. I know some didn't like Morganna and Clint I liked them a lot. They were fun to read about, and I enjoyed their sparring and the little power struggles between them. As for the storyline There's a suspense aspect but the book is more about the characters, the relationship between Morganna and Clint, and the sex.
There's lots of sex. But I thought the suspense aspect was interesting enough. It kept the book from getting a little repetitive with all the sex. I do with I had been able to read Reno's story beforehand, but I don't have that book, so I had to make do. All-in-all, good stuff. I'm glad I got the chance to read it. View all 10 comments. Nov 03, Miss Kim rated it really liked it Shelves: , romantic-suspense , disliked-the-hero.
Well, this is definitely a sizzler, let me tell you! It took me a while to like him, because at first I wanted to tell him back off and shove it. Clint hid this from everyone, even his best friend, Reno. She was ten years younger then him—therefore off limits. Morganna has always been treated like a child by her older brother, Reno, and Clint. Morganna has been in love with Clint since she was a young girl. They might as well have locked her in the top of the castle with Rapunzel and thrown away the key. They are often gone on long missions and she is left alone.
He is thrilled that he can now have her with no strings attached. Morganna is an undercover DEA agent working in the club trying to get info on a drug that is killing women. Morganna is just a strong as Clint in many ways, and reading how their relationship develops is really good. Oh, did I mention how HOT this book is?
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View all 9 comments. Dec 05, Ladiibbug rated it really liked it. Tough-as-nails Clint is thrown into the emotional stratosphere. He and Morganna have been flirting and dancing around each other for years, and he's determined as hell to watch her back read: stalk her until he can convince her to abandon her assignment "for her own safety. Loved the well thought out and complex plot involving the cartel and drug investiation.
Before you know it, he's minimized the op's commanding officer and the local cops, threatened, bullied or shoved around other cops, and HE is the ONLY ONE who can save the op from dissolving into mayhem and chaos, LOL. View 1 comment. Jan 08, Shawna rated it it was amazing Shelves: bdsm-kink , favorites , smut-fix-smuttastic-fun , cop-bodyguard-govop-merc-military , yowza-hotness , reads , why-do-good-girls-like-bad-boys , romantic-suspense , hero-not-enough-groveling , author-lora-leigh.
Even though the plot is a tad unbelievable and convoluted, Lora Leigh still delivers sizzling hot action and romance and creates enough drama, angst, and intrigue to keep interest for future books in the series. Be warned that this book is explicit, has references to BDSM, and is steamy hot. Nov 19, Sammy Loves Books rated it did not like it Shelves: hated-it. This book was so bad that I would probably never read another Lora Leigh book again except I have read other books by her that were very enjoyable.
The plot in Dangerous Games was not only weak but oh so boring. Lora did not take any time to investigate Navy Seals because she started the book out stating that Clint had joined the Army when he was in the Navy. Let's see, she also had Navy Seals based in Atlanta and killing people with total disregard for the law.
She often referred to the Admiral as a General and that was annoying. The book was supposed to be based in Atlanta but she often referred to the "sultry SC heat" while they were in Atlanta They also frequented a club in South Carolina.. There were so many typing errors, missing words, and missing letters but those errors were nothing compared to her final fight scene.
In the final battle scene she starts calling the bad guy by the wrong name. It was so confusing and I had to read it a few times to realize that in the middle of a fight scene she changed the name of the bad guy. That's unacceptable. How did any editor miss that? I have so many more complaints. There was a mole in the story that wasn't revealed until later.
When you find out who the mole is, the character was so insignificant I barely recognized the name.. Lora's Breed series so far are much better put together without all the problems this book had. Though the love scenes were meant to be hot, they were a let down too. There was all this talk of our Navy Seal being a member of the BDSM club where the membership is 40K a year and he has a private sex room that costs even more.
How can he afford that on government pay. He has all this inner dialog of all the bad things he's gonna do to Morganna, but guess what? Cause it never happens. And who the hell has a butt plug packed in their emergency night bag? View all 7 comments. Feb 12, Zeek rated it really liked it Shelves: alpha-hero , romance , contemp-rom , rom-suspense , rom-military. When I started this book, I approached it with a bit of trepidation. I'd read some reviews of it where people were turned off by the fact Clint, the hero, was lusting after Morganna, his best friend's sister, from the time she was jailbait.
Thankfully, LL skimmed rapidly thru that and by the time they did eventually give into their heated feelings for each other she was in her mid twenties. This all became a quick twinge of annoyance for me, because the thriller aspect of the tale engaged me from When I started this book, I approached it with a bit of trepidation. This all became a quick twinge of annoyance for me, because the thriller aspect of the tale engaged me from then on.
The plotting in DG far outpaces most of Leigh's e-book years. Morganna has known Clint all her life and has loved him for most of that time. He has been helplessly drawn to her as well, but has run from it for many years. Being a SEAL he has a good excuse to do so! Tired of waiting for him to get his act together, and bored with her secretary job, she joins the police academy. When we next meet up with her she has moved up to newbie DEA agent and is on a team investigating the BDSM clubs in Atlanta to ferret out the source of the new date rape drug hitting the scene. When he finds out that she is in fact undercover, and, in addition, the subject of what appears to be a drug trafficking payback vendetta, he hits the roof and works it so she's pulled off the case.
No worries- she's strong enough to maneuver him and all the other overbearing men involved, and ends up working with Clint to catch the baddies. Their story is fast paced, heart breaking at times, and their chemistry sizzles! Nov 02, Holly rated it liked it Shelves: lora-leigh.
I haven't read the first story in this series, the short story Reno's Chance in the anthology, Honk If You Love Real Men so I felt a little lost when guys started popping up left and right. I just felt like I was inundated with too much information too fast. The plot also looked more intricate than it really was and when it finally unfolded, I felt let down. The bad guy and girl were just too pathetically stupid after all that buildup.
Clint McIntyre was the type of guy who was way more complica I haven't read the first story in this series, the short story Reno's Chance in the anthology, Honk If You Love Real Men so I felt a little lost when guys started popping up left and right. Clint McIntyre was the type of guy who was way more complicated than he needed to be.
He had too much baggage for someone like me to want to hitch a ride on and his momma issues were particularly unsavory in light of his sexual preferences. It made me question whether he even liked women and made me wonder if he secretly substituted his mother whenever he was "disciplining" a submissive. Morganna seemed a little flighty to me.
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I didn't dislike her, nor did I particularly care about her. She was just, eh. The sex in Dangerous Games was overblown and at times, silly. Clint has an emergency overnight bag that just happens to have a butt plug in it? Who the heck travels with an emergency butt plug? The premiere Dom of Atlanta, that's who. This book was overdone and a little overwrought in my most humble opinion.
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It took itself waaay too seriously and felt like an absurd caricature. I just can't recommend it. It was just okay, it wasn't awful but nor can I see where this could have been better without stripping everything down and starting again. This was my first Tempting Seals book and now I'm no longer enthusiastic to try any more. I've read Wild Card, which I loved and while it too had a lot of emotions running around it worked for me, Dangerous Games just fell flat.
View 2 comments. Oct 09, Sophia rated it did not like it Shelves: just-awful. This was awful. It took me so long to slog through it because it was so mind-numbingly boring and made no sense it was hard to muster any interest in it. There is nothing BDSM-like in this book remotely realistic. Did the author do zero research?
I mean just a simple google search c This was awful. I mean just a simple google search could have provided this information. There are also a ton of little typos throughout the book that made me wonder if anyone bothered to edit it before it was published. Actually, the story was so jumbled and repetitive that I wondered if anyone other than the author and some of her fan-girls bothered to READ it before it was published.
I have read other Lora Leigh books that I actually enjoyed. And I have read other romantic-suspense type books with Alpha or military males that I enjoyed and I have read a lot of BDSM themed fiction, so it is not that I have a problem with any of the subject matter. It was the god-awful angst-filled writing. The sex was actually boring, as it became so complicated and "soul wrenching" every single time.
One bad guy uses a throw-away line about hating someone because "you got the promotion. God, this was awful. May 04, Emily rated it it was amazing Shelves: series , bad-boys , betrayal , dom , genre-thriller-suspense-mystery , marine-navy-seal. Furious that his best friend's sister has put herself in a dangerous situation, he plans to get to the bottom of it and quick and if it takes dominating her to do it.
Morganna Chavez knows that Clint is the only man who she will ever love, but as an undercover DEA agent she needs him as far away from her as possible. Clint's determination to figure out what she is hiding pushes her boundaries and soon she finds he is protecting her from danger and fighting his feelings for her with every step he takes.
Action packed and a hell of a lot of fun. Gritty, sexy, and seductive a fantastic read. Clint is raw and the ghosts from his past will always come between what he wants and what he can have, Morganna. If you have not picked up this series, do it. It is a book you pick up and don't put down but grab the next in the series. Jul 19, Karyn rated it liked it Shelves: n-before , erotica.
Started off completely hating it and even put it down twice, but in the end it wasn't so bad. Clint didn't redeem himself until the end, and he was more jerk than Alpha male. I don't get people who pine after someone for ages, and open themselves up to hurt like the heroine Morganna did, but it seemed to work in this one. There was also bit of a story, which usually isn't the case in Lora Leigh's books. It was an awesome ride. Full review coming soon.
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Sep 21, Roksana rated it it was ok Shelves: weak-reunion , erotica , heroine-deserves-better , too-little-too-late , emotional , romance-suspense , cruel-hero , manslut , plot-that-ruined-the-book , hard-to-forgive. I am not sure about this hero He denied the heroine for 8 years and was sleeping around enjoining his sexual life in every variations whist the heroine was being hurt for 8 years by his rejection because she loved him and he did not reciprocated the same feelings towards her is not a fantasy I wanted to indulge myself to!
My fantasy hero has to be more determined towards the lady of his heart and definitively less of a manwhore that is very open to having sex with strangers, but not Hmmmmm Now, it's up to Clint to keep this beautiful, determined agent out of harm's way, even while the explosive passion between them threatens to consume them both.
About the Author Lora Leigh lives in the rolling hills of Kentucky, often found absorbing the ambience of this peaceful setting. She dreams in bright, vivid images of the characters intent on taking over her writing life, and fights a constant battle to put them on the hard drive of her computer before they can disappear as fast as they appeared.
Lora's family, and her writing life co-exist, if not in harmony, in relative peace with each other.
Surrounded by a menagerie of pets, friends, and a teenage son who keeps her quick wit engaged, Lora's life is filled with joys, aided by her fans whose hearts remind her daily why she writes. Leigh can bring out every emotion possible with her characters, making the erotic love story more than just sexual, but completely soul-touching as well. I simply couldn't put it down. Leigh has great talent in writing in this genre, bringing her characters to life and not just concentrating on the sexual escapades to carry the story.
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Soon Clint's greatest mission will be not just keeping Morganna safe, but getting her into his arms and never letting go. Dangerous Games is a thrilling romantic suspense novel from bestselling author Lora Leigh. Sometimes a book goes temporarily out of print - and sometimes no audio version has ever been recorded. Audible wants to give you the most complete selection we can and we'll keep adding series and filling in gaps as quickly as possible.
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