- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 665 KB
- Print Length: 280 pages
- Publisher: Samhain Publishing, Ltd. (14 Oct. 2008)
- Language: English
- ASIN: B001Q6ZVZG
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 2 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #418,566 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Into the Lair (Falcon Mercenary Group) Kindle Edition
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The Falcon Mercenary group joined with Eli's team of shifters to track down Esteban who was the mad scientist who messed with their genes in the first place. When Gabe (a member of Eli's team) dies he begs Ian and Braden to find his little sister Katie (whom he kept hidden from everyone) because Esteban wants Katie for his own experiments. Esteban figures that if Gabe was stable then Katie as his genetic sister would have a greater chance to be stable as well, add to that that she's a female with viable eggs and you have one sick man chasing after godlike dreams.
While setting up Katie as bait (with out her knowledge of course, men are so dumb) Ian and Braden find themselves both falling for her. It seems as if their panther and jaguar are falling for her as well. The only thing Katie keeps close to her heart is what Gabe taught her... to never trust anyone. This makes for an uneasy threesome!
Out of 10 dirty erotic points, this one hits at a 7 or 8. The explicit scenes are more graphic and dirtier then Into the Mist. Plus there's two of them! Twice as much... fun! So be aware of that when delving into this book. Keep in mind though that Maya Banks is a clever author and never lets the sex get out of hand. The plot is always in the forefront of the novel and the characters make the sex scenes not the other way around!
I found this book to have little romance. It was a lot of sex and then the writer decided that the H,H, and h had a caring relationship because she wrote that they did. The actions however did not match the words and left me with feeling like this was just empty soft porn. I'm very disappointed and will not be continuing this series. I can only hope she doesn't mess up the KGI series.
There is no cure, and Eli was not actually affected. So many twists while everyone is trying to track Esteban and find the cure for the unpredictable shifts happening the others, only to find there is no cure. Esteban was a shifter as well....only he was born one.
That is all that I'll give away since this has more twists than a pretzel and you should read it for yourself and join the adventure unfolding. Two thumbs up!
Well, we did not really get to know Gabe in the last book and after reading this book I think the guy was basically a jerk. Katie has never had a good or loving relationship - so I can get the trust issues, but please... the constant running was overkill for me.
Now Ian and Branden do make it worse - heaven forbid that they open their mouths and actually talk with Katie.
Keeping the shifting a secret is not possible and Katie does react pretty well. But if you think that Ty was tough, I think that Katie is actually alittle tougher. She is put through the wringer (over and over).
The sex takes a bit of a dark turn, Katie likes it rough and Ian / Branden are up for that. This is not a little spanking, more rough - you better be ready. However Ian and Branden are also loving and willing to give Katie some soft moments.
Loved the D teaser in this. Really want to read his story.
The twist with Esteban was alittle hinky for me. Wish they really explained how he escapes with Katie and more back story on him. Almost wishing for a different ending. He goes from a creepy smary insane guy to hmmm - if only...
Wish Ian had more of a breakthrough like Branden does. But did love that all of the main character from In the Mist were in this book. So, guess that we have not seen the last of Ian/Branden/Katie.