Lora has just posted on her forum today with a quick update on how they are working to fix this issue:
NAVARRO’S PROMISE Missing Pages
I figured out what happened with Navarro’s Promise, and I am so sorry.
The missing portion of the scene, the sex scene between Navarro and Mica somehow managed to find its way out of the file. I don’t know if I deleted it to fix it, or someone accidently deleted, or perhaps laid it aside to fix and forgot to put it back in. However it happened, it was inexcusable that I didn’t go over the file again to ensure the parts I was working on had been fixed propertly. I do promise you I will be going through the files more closely in the future, and will be more diligent in ensuring nothing like this happens again.
Within the week, you will be able to find the missing pages at www.loraleigh.com. They’re currently being gone over and should be ready to post this time next week.
Until then, I hope you’ve been able to enjoy the story despite the missing pages.
Thank you, Lora Leigh
and also one of her assistants added:
Lora wanted me to add that reprints will come out soon with the entire book. No missing pages.
what about the ebooks? are they easily fixed as well?
Hi Lis! Good question. I would assume that they’ll allow there customers to re-download it (or maybe they’ll automatically do it?). I know Lily recently purchased a different book (in Nook version) and the formatting was a mess (question marks everywhere, stuff like that). Once it was fixed she received her updated copy… hopefully this will be the case as well.
It’s just a missing sex scene??? WT..? That can’t be right and I truly hope that it’s not because based on the “jump”, the story’s entire climax (yes, pun intended 😉 ) and resolution are in those missing pages. What finally got Navarro over his refusal to mate? What happened to Ely? How did PB get loose (again!)? Who in Sanctuary was helping him? I slogged through this and prior books, and I deserve some answers, d— it!
Im very disappointed that we are still waiting for these missing pages.
Personally, this will make me think several times before purchasing another of this author’s books.