Editorial Reviews. Review. Praise for Christine Feehan and her Leopard novels “ The queen of paranormal romance I love everything she does.”—J. R. Ward. The heat of passion—and danger—rises like jungle fire in this novel of the Leopard people by #1 New York Times bestselling author Christine. Read Wild Fire read free novels online from your Mobile, Pc. Wild Fire is a Fantasy novel by Christine Feehan.
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In Wild Fire, the heroine is attacked by a rival leopard, who slashes her across the breasts, down the legs, and right in the cooter. Fue algo bastante animal. Wouldn’t have even known she was a leopard at all. But as a member of the most lethal of the shifter tribes, he doesn’t have a civilized bone in his body. He wanted to drink in the beauty of it all. Jeremiah, Mateo, we see Rio again. Santos is bound to have leopard for security. Conner is a leopard shapeshifter who works for an exclusive group of men.
Yeah, I’m a wimp and I like the “fight back with success wildflre rescued just in time” aspect much mor I ended up liking this one much more than I thought I would.
Wild Fire (Leopard People, #3) by Christine Feehan
The rainforest, most of it unexplored, even for other shifters, could be difficult to navigate. And the showdown between Conner and Ottila, the leopard shifter who wants Isabeau? He had always been a fast shifter, a necessity living in the rainforest surrounded by predators. His team is now on a new mission rescuing leopard hostages in the jungles of Panama and there’s a chance to reunite with Isabeau.
Clenching wombs and spasming muscles I really like Conner, and I understand the trouble Isabeau had with his work and why she is conflicted at the start. Regalan un par de momentos muy lindos como pareja y son bastante listos para quedarse junto al otro no matter what.
There is quite a bit of brutality in WF, but not so much in the sex department with this one, but with some violence toward Isabeau and some pretty brutal leopard fights. The fact that the winners do not come out unscathed makes this less like a typical romance and more like literature, which is fine with me.
They will not suspect me. I have been pleasantly surprised by Christine Feehan’s Leopard series. Women always go for you. However, when I read the entire erotic episode they make a lot of sense. And no way is he going to let any man near his mate.
And the suffering that the female shifter goes through in the process is so cruel and horrendous. That was made abundantly clear in the previous pages. So overall I really liked this one. Conner squared his shoulders and returned to the table. Now thrown together again, Isabeau tries to resist the attraction between them and Conner will do anything to win her back.
It was a great visit! Do you know why, Hafelina?
He straightened, inhaling deeply, looking around at the vegetation surrounding christnie. I could have done without that, thanks. Jeremiah Wheating — a cub shifter who accidentally joins this group. I enjoyed christime way the new character Jeremiah was brought into the story and how he became part of the team, it also lightened some of the book with the humour. And he has not spoken to me since he disowned me many years ago.
I know there’s a huge market for that and not chritsine why it doesn’t draw me in. His team is now on a new mission rescuing leopard hostages in the jungles of Panama and there’s Pretty good book and i’m beginning to think that the Leopard Series may just be better than Feehan’s Carpathian Series.
Conner is a great, great hero in this book.
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I remember reading a similar kind of concept in Nora Roberts book Enchanted published in October of No surprises as it’s almost easy to predict. You submitted the following rating and review.
It was very violent and intense, but it absolutely worked for me.
Branches overlapped from tree to tree, making it easy to navigate through the trees. It had me on the edge of my seat.