Series: Dragon’s Egg, #3
Author: Rennie Leigh
Genre: Paranormal / BDSM
Length: Novella (179 pages)
Publisher: Siren-BookStrand, Inc. (August 18th 2015)
Heat Level: Explicit
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥ 3 Hearts
Blurb: Matt Samuels grew up with an abusive father, which landed him in the clutches of foster care. With the love and strength of his mate, Matt grew beyond the nightmares of his past and accepted the unconventional parts of himself. His Master and mate, Ingor Nordburg, gives him almost everything he wants and needs.
Everything but a child.
After two failed attempts, it is a tough battle to persuade Ingor to try again, however, the clan has changed and a successful dragon egg has hatched from a human mate.
Only nothing ever goes as planned. When Matt is injured and his memories lost, it leaves him wide open for his past and the hunter’s to come after him. The one thing Matt knows for sure is that he will do anything to protect his mate.
Will Matt and Ingor survive the battle ahead and come out in one piece?
Product Link: http://www.bookstrand.com/lost-leigh
Review: This book is part of a series and should be read in order.
Wow, this book had a lot of drama and angst going on. Matt’s history is rough to read about. He really did not have a good childhood at all. Because of that he has issues left over. Together he and Ingor have founds ways to deal with them. That includes a pretty much 24/7 BDSM relationship.
Things are going good for them up until Matt has a fall and suffers from a traumatic brain injury. That is when things start going seriously wacky. So much goes on and certain things happen that leave me confused and a little befuddled. Basically I was wondering how the hell these things even went down. Suffice to say I was pulled out of the book.
Things do finally get back on track with the relationship between Matt and Ingor. I really do like the relationship these two have. It is BDSM, but there is a great deal of love and caring to it.
I enjoyed a good part of the book. However the drama and angst with Matt’s past coming back to get him was a little much for me. It just did not feel needed with all the other things going on. It was also nice to see the other characters from the past two books show up and take part.
So overall it was an OK read and I still look forward to more in the series.
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