Leopard's Fury : Leopard

  • by Christine Feehan
  • Narrated by Jim Frangione
  • Series: Leopard
  • 12 hrs and 29 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Don't miss the latest installment in Christine Feehan's New York Times best-selling series featuring sexy feline shape-shifters who navigate a contemporary world of extreme action and passionate romance.

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Great Comeback

This series had gotten to be too much sex and no story. this one changed that storyline and there were several plot twist and side stories that made this one of her better books. This series does nothing for her Dark series but it does hold it's own now that this one has upped the game. I was getting tired of so much graphic sex and not much storyline. I have all of her books. every Dark, Leopard, Sisters and Ghostwalkers. I loved most of them but Dark Symphony will always be my favorite. The narration as always is spot on.
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Alonso/Fyodor Is A Russian Leopard--Patient

I love the Leopard People books and liked this one very much BUT it didn't grab me like the others. Alonso/Fyodor was an alpha male and he was patient with Evangeline but the whole Russian mafia connection didn't do it for me. I get that the book was set in San Antonio in a modern city and that the leopards were trying to stop a bad guy's mob. I even liked the connection with Jake and Drake and Eli and Elijah and their mates BUT it still fell flat for me. Finally, the sex got involved and that did seem similar to the earlier books although even then it didn't seem to have the heat of Books 3, Jake & Emma, or Book 7 Cat's Lair. I just didn't get as invested in this book although I did rush to finish it and did find it a very good read. Feehan is a superb author and her writing is too good not to enjoy the story. I was just disappointed that I didn't feel the rush like I did in the earlier books. Perhaps it is because I prefer the rain forest and swamp but my all time favorite is Jake & Emma and I keep the 'best' sections marked for when my libido needs a boost. Alonso & Evangeline didn't have that many 'best' sections. All in all, it is a good story and I recommend it but would think that to truly get the story the reader must read the first eight books. Narrator was superb. He had the Russian accent of Fyodor down and portrayed the menace as well as the patient love he felt for Evangeline.
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- Linda

Book Details

  • Release Date: 11-08-2016
  • Publisher: Recorded Books