In the new Leopard novel by the number-one New York Times best-selling author of Cat's Lair and Leopard's Prey, passions explode like wildfire when a young woman's feral instincts are ignited by a man who's too dangerous not to desire....
A simple request for Siena Arnotto: deliver a gift to her grandfather's friend. One look at Elijah Lospostos, hard bodied and stripped to the waist, and Siena succumbs to a feline stirring she never felt before, and to Elijah's reckless and pleasurable demands. But when that pulse-throbbing moment ends in the murder of an unexpected intruder, Elijah accuses the shaken and confused Siena of setting him up.
Then Siena discovers the truth of her Leopard heritage, of the secrets in her grandfather's inner circle and the sinister plot of revenge that has put her in jeopardy. When Siena's grandfather is assassinated, she realizes the only man she can trust is Elijah. Now, as her Leopard rises from within, Siena and Elijah share not only an animal instinct for survival - but a desire so raw and wild it may be the only thing that can save them.
©2015 Christine Feehan (P)2016 Penguin Audio
Overloaded with sex, as usual, but more graphic and vulgar. Whiney heroine, ridiculously overprotective hero who treats the heroine like a dull witted child and carries her everywhere. Her stories used to be amazing, if over sexed. Now with 4 series on the go she seems more concerned with quantity over quality. And HORRIBLE reader! She sounds constantly on the verge of tears and makes the heroine sound weaker and whiner than necessary.
Karen White did a great job reading Wild Cat. The book itself was more of sex than anything. It started off great. Then you had 3 chapters of just sex. Then you had a chapter with great substance. Finally, the book ends with a cliff hanger of questions. This is the first book I have read from Christine Feehan. I will probably give another one of her books a try. She seems like a great writer- she just seems to have gotten taken away with A lot of sex. Romance, sex,& action- together are great. If you have one without the other. Well, to me this is the story line you end up with.
Please for all that is holy and divine make the next main characters of your book series less needy and emotional. Why are all the males full of crap and all the females emotionally wrecked. Please have the next leads be a TALL, curvy but muscular/athletic, ex-navy/marine, kick-butt female heroine mated with a strong confident but understanding non-emotionally ignorant male character who can take charge without being a total out of control domineering jerk to his female. Do male leopards all come with this attitude, do all female leopards have to be sexually-inexperienced and naive with little confidence and no ability to defend themselves? That girl Cat had martial arts training and still could barely defend herself. Also are all leopards white, Latino or mixed white-Latino, there are leopards all over the world, where are the black and Asian leopards? You have a lair located outside of New Orleans and no one in it is black, does that make any sense? Please stop making every book the same plot with different characters or you'll just lose readers.
Elijah was my favorite character after he was briefly introduced in Wild Rain. Now I can't stand him or his female Sienna, they are both warped and really should seek help. When you end up listening to half a book on 3X speed just to get through the sex scenes that make up half the book then you know the book is pure crap. Wild Rain was so freaking amazing, WHY DID YOU HAVE TO STOP WRITING THESE BOOKS LIFE THAT!! Read this book at your own risk people, you'll end up disappointed and uncomfortable...
This was the worst story I've ever read by this author. 80% of the story was sex. Sex at completely inappropriate times. Sex during arguments, sex when guests need to speak to them, constantly. I had to start fast forwarding through mist of it to even keep up with the main idea of the story.
The hero of this story is an emotionally abusive jackass! I hated him with a passion and kept hoping the heroin would smack the taste out if his mouth. All he did was belittle her, yell at her, curse her, force her to do things she didn't want to do, threaten to stalk her and throw constant tantrums when he didn't get his way. This was no Raman e in my eyes. This is exactly the kind of man all women should try to avoid in relationships!
This is a good book. How ever I listening to the book does not do it for me. I love the feel and smell of actual books. Listening to a book is not for me. I will never listen to another book. In fact I am going to purchase this book so that I can actually read it.
I love Christine Feehan books first of all. Usually. But this book had so little substance other than sex (really can sex ... even leopard sex....go on for chapters at a time?). I usually say the more sex the better but really Christine, you have found my threshold. I found myself wishing I could fast forward through the sex scenes but I'm afraid the book would be done in 30 minutes. There was no character development or relationship development between the other couples or even anything really special about them at all. They are shifters and they have lots of sex, period.
Of course I would buy her books again but probably not if it is narrated by Karen White.
I think the narrator was a huge part of why I found this book so horrible. She made all of the characters sound whiny and weak. I swear the male leopards sounded like they wanted to cry half the time. I just wanted them all to be put out of their misery.
Sorry, but I would have scraped this book and started over.
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