In Wild Rain and the novella "The Awakening," Christine Feehan created an exotic, sensual race-the Leopard People. Fever brings the two stories together for the first time in one volume, a one-way ticket to a dizzying new world of desire. In "The Awakening," a beautiful naturalist's dream comes... show more
In Wild Rain and the novella "The Awakening," Christine Feehan created an exotic, sensual race-the Leopard People. Fever brings the two stories together for the first time in one volume, a one-way ticket to a dizzying new world of desire. In "The Awakening," a beautiful naturalist's dream comes true-to live among the feral jungle creatures. But an untamed, irresistible beast of another sort inspires her to explore her own wild side. Wild Rain's Rachel Lospostros has escaped from a faceless assassin and found sanctuary thousands of miles from home, under the towering jungle canopy. In this world teeming with unusual creatures she encounters Rio, a native of the forest imbued with a fierce prowess, and possessed of secrets of his own. When Rio unleashes the secret animal instincts that course through his blood, Rachel must decide if he is something to be feared-or desired.
Publish date: January 3rd 2006
Publisher: Berkley Trade
Pages no: 406
Edition language: English
Series: Leopard People -2 (#1)
Two passionate stories in one book. I preferred book two, Wild Rain, to book 1, The Awakening. Rio and Rachel were interesting and strong characters. Their story pulled me in and kept me reading. Maggie and Brandt were entertaining, but because it was more of a novella I felt like their story was ru...
Paper thin plots. Two stories, one quite short and another longer story. It's all about were-cats who once they meet their mate are completely overtaken by love and lust for these people. Readable but not the most exciting book I've ever read. Quite a lot of sex in it and sometimes it feels like ...
Excellent! Conner and Isabeau are unique, sexy and exciting. Following the story, you realize the differences between growing up knowing you are part leopard and having it thrust on you as an adult. Very exciting.
La historia corta que viene al principio está bien pero en cuanto la cosa se alarga un poco la autora se va por las ramas, repite lo mismo una y otra vez y pierde fuelle. Vamos, lo de siempre.
The Leopard People Series is not my favorite but it is still very well written. Christine's descriptions of the forest can make you feel like you are there.