Cria

Cria is an enjoyable read but much too short. My only disappointment is it ended too quickly. The writing was so vivid that I felt that I was right there with Aleta and Luiz in both their feelings of betrayal and misunderstandings. The chemistry between them is palpable.

Book Blurb for Cria

Deep in the heart of the Amazon Jungle, an ancient breeding race begins…

Ever since she was jilted by her lover, Aleta had been subjected to humiliation by her Jaguarundi tribe. Not anymore. She is determined to emerge from her final Cria unmated, and finally be free of tribal traditions and her overbearing father. Aleta has plans -- bigger plans than her father’s desire to see her marked by some oafish warrior in an outdated breeding competition. After the Cria she’ll move to the city and start fresh, leaving her clan -- and her broken heart -- behind.

Unfortunately, the past is unwilling to let her go.

Forced to abandon Aleta when he went into exile, Luiz knows that this Cria will be his last chance to reclaim what is rightfully his. When a surprise encounter doesn’t go exactly as planned, he realizes it will take more than a little seduction for Aleta to forgive the sins of the past. The race is on, and the battle of wills has begun. Everyone knows that in the Cria anything can happen, and with the stakes this high, all bets are off.

Be sure to "look inside the book" to see why people are falling in love with Luiz and Aleta!

Re-Issued


Night Owl Reviews Oct, 2010 4.00