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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He tasted her in his mouth. Crazy sexy time scenes. Built on stilts, it was positioned in the crook of three trees. A low growl rumbled in his throat as he tried to choke off the memories. When my uncle was killed it was assumed I had him killed to take over the entire operation for myself. The Wicked and the Wondrous. Deep inside, his leopard leapt and roared, grateful to inhale the scent of the rainforest. I decided to give it another try before the release of Leopards Prey.
He ripped the envelope and pulled out a single sheet of paper. So when shifter children began disappearing, Conner is chosen to accept the mission actually he accepts because that time he thought he had nothing else to lose until Isabeau walks back into his life. But as Connor’s mission draws Isabeau closer, another betrayal lies waiting in the shadows–and it’s the most perilous and intimate one of all.
What I did really like about this book was getting more back ground into the leopard people and their culture.
Wild Fire (Leopard People, book 4) by Christine Feehan
I mean the cat had been fighting against everybody else to get out. It also seemed very unreasonable that Iasbeau seemed to fall in line with the whole leopard mate thing pretty fast. Any rainforest, but here, in the wilds of Panama, he had been born. His voice was husky, almost a chuffing sound. One of the two rogue leopards working for Imelda murdered my mother.
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I like the plot-line that Christine Feehan is taking along us especially with regards to the fact that the female leopard-shifters have choice to take whom wildfiee the human and leopard together want as their mate. I am fascinated by the written word and I love storytellers.
It wasn’t over the top or anything. You name it and she makes you feel it which is one of the things I find most appealing about her stories — the ability to connect on a personal level with the characters. He burned for her. American drug lords versus the paramilitary group sent in to bring them down. Was that really necessary?
She falls in love with a lie and when the truth comes out she is devastated. No trivia or quizzes yet. Vampires Like It Hot.
The abuse inflicted on the Isabeau the female lead in this story is hideous. In fact, I’d prefer if Feehan did a lot more glossing over of sex in general.
Conner Vega is a beautiful terrifying leopard shifter. Here’s where I have an issue.
You need to come back to her in one piece. Get close to the daughter and you had the father.
His leopard was nearly humming, happy to be home as he dressed in the clothes Rio had left for him. Isabeau taking the shot when isn’t Rio a sniper? If Christine had the villain look ugly perhaps it would be easy for the heroine Isabeau to choose Connor if given a choice, but adding the charm, mind and a bit of softness to the antagonist, she pitted both of them against each other as well as made it tough for Isabeau too. Everything flowed so nicely from page to page.
But then, she’s dealing with a lot. Imelda likes to use children to guard her compound. Christine Feehan always weaves a wonderful tale especially where paranormal and romance come together. It had been so long. Christine introduces us to her future heroes of this series who are yet to be mated as of this book: Conner had an animal quality about him that they all shared, but his was predominant, inherent, something he was born with and wore on the outside as well as the inside.
I laughed with these leopards and was definitely touched at the mushy wiring at times.
I love Feehan’s other series’: In Okay, I’m not even going to front and give this book less than five stars.