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Renegade (edition 2010)

by Lora Leigh

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Title:Renegade
Authors:Lora Leigh
Info:St. Martin's Paperbacks (2010), Edition: 1, Mass Market Paperback, 416 pages
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It was ok. Far from being the best in the series, but it had its moments. I thought Nik was an incredible jerk who just wanted the pretty, virginal woman and said woman was a little too much on the näive side. With the story developing, their characters developed as well and it was a good think they did. By the end I actually started liking them more and really enjoyed the epilogue. ( )
  msralways | Aug 19, 2014 |
I think that Nik Steele has become my favorite character of this series and it is so very hard to pick just one of these guys as a favorite. Nik is carrying around so much guilt that he really needs to find someone to heal his heart and soul. Nik is also one of the more dominant males in a series of very dominant males. I also have a things for blue eyes and with Nik's light blue eyes all I can say is "melt". Nik is also a lot more honorable and caring that wants anyone to know. It shows when a takes a job that proves to be more complicated than anyone ever thought.

Mikayla is fashonista in many ways. She loves clothes whether to wear them or to design them. She is a caring and intelligent woman that wants to live life. She wants to get out and experience all the things that life has to offer. I don't think that those experiences ever included witnessing a murder. All the nonsense that happens because of this event just proves that Ms. Leigh knows the cruelty of humans. We can be such a petty, spiteful group. Mikayla does do a very good job of ignoring those that would make her give up her home and leave.

I love the interaction between Mikayla and her father and brothers. Having an over protective brother and at one time a protective father I could relate to how Mikayla felt. It can be very difficult to fight for ones identity when others want to pack you away in a room and never let you leave. I had to laugh at Nik's reaction to the family. I think that he handled the whole thing with grace and style. He even seemed to understand. I also got a kick out of Ian's comment about watching Jordan Malone fall. I have a feeling that story is going to be a hard one to read.

We didn't get to see as much of the others in this story as we have in the past. There is Ian and Kira and Bailey though and that was very nice. It would have been nice to know how the others were doing. I would also liked to have read something in the epilogue about how Maddix Nelson was fairing after that terrible night in the last chapter of the book. I thought that this was a very good story and a wonderful addition to the series. ( )
  LadyIsis | Aug 9, 2013 |
2.5 stars ( )
  Kaetrin | Aug 13, 2012 |
I don't have the same standards for soft porn, which this as other fiction but this is really bad.

spoiler alert, not that anyone would be surprised, the plot turns on a long lost identical twin. ( )
  Janientrelac | Aug 2, 2011 |
The Story could have been Better.

I have always enjoyed Lora Leigh’s books, but Renegade was a bit of a letdown. I didn’t really feel close or even understood Mikayla & Nik. Maybe I missed something in the middle of the book. I could have because by that point I was bored with the story. Overall, I didn't think that the book was up to par for Lora Leigh and she could have done better. I’m glad I checked it out of the library, so there was no cost involved. ( )
  LillyParks | Jan 19, 2011 |
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After witnessing a murder, Mikayla Martin takes matters into her own hands when the police do not believe her story, but when her investigation leads her into danger, she needs the help of Elite Ops agent Nikolai Steele.

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