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review 2018-11-06 11:00
Release Day Review! Leopard's Run (Leopard People #10) Christine Feehan!



He keeps his emotions on a tight leash, but she can see the desire burning in his eyes...


Timur Amurov has one purpose in life: protect his family at all costs. With lethal skills honed from a violent upbringing, Timur is a leopard shifter who sees any newcomers as possible threats--and the petite blond barista who his sister-in-law, Evangeline, has hired to work in her bakery is definitely hiding something. While Timur still needs to determine if Ashe is an enemy, he does know that she is the only woman whose presence has ever truly calmed the beast roaring inside of him.


Ashe Bronte is well aware she has a type: sexy, gorgeous and dangerous as hell. Despite the fact that Timur is all those things and more, Ashe is in San Antonio for reasons that do not involve getting wild with a ruthless leopard--and she cannot afford to make any mistakes. But Timur has ignited something deep within her, and even though she knows she should keep her distance, every move he makes has her craving a taste...



Protecting his family is Timur’s one purpose in life until he has to determine is Ashe in the enemy even though she calms the beast roaring inside him. Ashe Bronte can’t make any mistakes, but Timur has ignited something deep within her.


This pulse pounding and explosive shifter romance is wicked and wild with strong, bold characters that demand readers’ attention and refuse to let go. The romance between Timur and Ashe is hot and spicy as her inner leopard awakens but the relationship has a few obstacles to be overcome, some of which are emotional which brings these characters to life as it gives depth that readers can easily connect to and some of which are outside influences that cause lots of chaos and strife. Readers can’t help but fall for any of the Leopard shifters in this series as they are dark, alpha men with hidden depths that tugs at heartstrings and Timur certainly fits that description with a capital T while Ashe is a feisty and daring feline that has lots of appeal.


The Amurov brothers’ enemies are closing in from all directions and if they don’t discover just who they all are they just might lose not only everything they’ve worked for but those they hold dear and Readers won’t want to miss a thing during this fast paced and smooth flowing plot that is full of explosive action and thrilling suspense. The story is further enhanced as betrayals are revealed and surprising twists keeps the characters on their toes. Once again, this fascinating and pulse pounding series entertains readers and ensures that they want to re-read these books often.





Author's Book Page - https://www.christinefeehan.com/leopard/leopards_run.php


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Leopard's Run is the 10th book in the Leopard People series


Goodreads - https://www.goodreads.com/series/45562-leopard-people


Author - https://www.christinefeehan.com/leopard/index.php


publisher - https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/series/BFA/a-leopard-novel




.5 Awakening
1 Wild Rain
2 Burning Wild
3 Wild Fire
4 Savage Nature
5 Leopard's Prey
6 Cat's Lair
7 Wild Cat
8 Leopard's Fury
9 Leopard's Blood
10 Leopard's Run



The next Christine Feehan release will be the paperback edition of the 2nd book in the Torpedo Ink series:

Vengeance Road


January 29, 2019



AVAILABLE in print or ebook


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I live on the beautiful Northern California coast and draw much inspiration from the beauty around me. I've always been a writer, for as long as I remember. My sisters were forced to read all of my books from the time I could write a story on paper.


I love family. I love my brothers and sisters, my children, my grandchildren and my great grandchildren. My home was always full of kids and children give me so much joy.


I also love my "sisters of the heart", those friends who have supported me through my life, laughed with me, cried with me and loved me regardless of how crazy my life got. I am a strong supporter of women helping each other which is why I became a third degree black belt and taught self-defense to women who'd been abused.


I love people and dogs, good books and great coffee and I'm lucky to know just how blessed I am.



Website - http://www.christinefeehan.com/


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review 2016-03-31 10:00
New Release Spotlight & Review: Wolf Pack (Shifter Chronicles #5) by Crissy Smith



ARe: https://www.allromanceebooks.com/product-wolfpack-1992517-340.html

BAM: http://www.booksamillion.com/p/Wolf-Pack/Crissy-Smith/Q436722301?id=6441854662754

TB: https://www.totallybound.com/wolf-pack

A: http://www.amazon.com/Wolf-Pack-Shifter-Chronicles-Book-ebook/dp/B01AUPXLOG/ref=sr_1_13?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1457295208&sr=1-13

BN: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/wolf-pack-steven-trent-smith/1005649726?ean=9781786510037

K: https://store.kobobooks.com/en-us/ebook/wolf-pack-6

















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review 2015-05-13 17:42
Review: ´╗┐Cat's Lair (Leopard People #7) by Christine Feehan
Cat's Lair (Leopard series Book 7) - Christine Feehan

I really hate writing this review but I've stuck with the Leopard People series and feel I need to follow-up. I will be writing this review in reverse order from the way I usually review.

What I didn't like: While I know Ms Feehan writes hot and steamy stories, I felt a bit short-changed by Cat's Lair. I felt like I skimmed the majority of this book due to all the sex scenes. The first few I read but after that, nope, didn't need that info to progress the storyline.

The beginning was a bit slow but still kept me entertained enough to continue. There seemed to be a plot and that it was going somewhere. After that...all the sex you could ever want and then some. Cat's Lair came across to me more as a bit of teaching/training the heroine how to become and be a good submissive. Don't get me wrong, I've read all types of books including a complete series in BDSM and Cat's Lair was, to me, "BDSM light" sex wise but the hero is over the top domineering. 

Neither Cat nor Ridley/Eli struck a chord with me. I didn't feel invested in them or the storyline. The plot was so much in the background it almost didn't exist for me. I didn't even hate the bad guy. 

What I liked: This is harder...I enjoyed the secondary characters more than the main characters and it was nice to "visit" with characters from previous books. I actually can't wait for Elijah's story.

I've been hit or miss with this series. Some of the books I've really enjoyed but there have been a few I was just shaking my head. Cat's Lair was a head shaker for me. I do love the way Ms Feehan writes but the book just felt "blah".

Recommended for fans of the Leopard People series and fans of Ms Feehan's writing.

Source: www.justtalkingbooks.com/blog/cats-lair-leopard-people-7-by-christine-feehan
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review 2015-03-21 08:45
Amazing start to the series!
Wereleper - Dina Haynes

I received a copy from the author in exchange for an honest review.

This is my first book from Dina that I have read, but apon reading the description it had me intrigued.... I'm glad I decided to one-click this baby, Dina has given us a unique veiw on shifters. Wereleper is book 1 in the "Leopards Unleashed" series & if your a paranormal lover, you should definitely grab yourself a copy.

Gwen (Mac) wasn't born a true wereleopard, she was born a mutant, not able to truly shift, never having the love of both her parents. But 50 years has gone by changing her identity as the years go by, never keeping friends close, keeping men both were & human at bay, always on the move.... Having had a difficult upbringing she closes herself off to having friends & finding love, so it comes as a shock when her body starts to react differently when she's around a certain hunter named Ramone.

Things aren't all that they seem in this book, just when you think you've figured out how things are going to occur, Dina throws in another twist just to rock your boat. The interactions between Mac & the other characters varies, but they are all keeping within there characters profile. Mac & Ramone's interactions are just HOT, sometimes confusing, but thoughout most of the book Mac is fighting with her instincts, how else do you stay alive?? There are so many strong feelings in this book, a true story about growth & finding happiness in one-self. Bring on the next book in the series, Dina seemed to have HOOKED me with Wereleper!

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review 2014-06-21 09:03
Discovering Big Cat Country: On the trail of tigers and snow leopards

by Eric Dinerstein

Review copy provided by Netgalley


This is a rather fascinating book that tells the true story of not one, but two adventures in Nepal by a research Biologist in the study of big cats.


The first part of the book tells the tale of an excursion as a survey biologist in the author's young days as a Peace Corp volunteer in the 1970's. He is sent to a place called Bardiya (Bardia), a National Park in Nepal which is now a protected area, ostensibly to count endangered tigers.


The story is told in a conversational manner that draws the reader in thoroughly, as if we are personally dealing with government bureaucracy, then riding an elephant along with the author and almost get washed down the river and experience the excitement of finding tracks and almost stumbling on a sleeping tiger.


Though it is written by a scientist, the tale becomes a spiritual journey, looking through his eyes at an unspoiled place, getting to know the local people and their very different way of life and becoming a jungle guardian. His desire to contribute something meaningful to conservation brings the reader's awareness of species preservation to a personal level, away from the television adverts asking us to contribute money to one cause or another into a realm where people have done real work and made personal sacrifices to care for the animals of the planet.


The book is very moving, as well as educational. There are amusing moments, such as the explanation of the term 'turdology' which is applied to the practice of collecting droppings of local prey species to ascertain their populations and movements in relation to those of the tigers. Many interesting facts filter into the narrative over the two years the author spent on this assignment. I had no idea that there were fresh water dolphins, for example, and now I know that there are six species of them world wide and something about their distribution.


I was also a little amused by the Nepalese word for tiger, (baagh) and for sloth bear (bhalu) as I had recently read Rudyard Kipling's Jungle Book and could see the connection to how he named his characters.


The second part of the book is titled Kingdom of the Snow Leopard. This adventure, several years and a Ph.D later, takes us up a Himalayan mountain to study Snow Leopards. The important research on these beautiful cats was scarce before this excursion and much of what we now know about their habits and movements came from this study and others that built on what these scientists recorded. Several known scientists were involved this time, including a lady the snow leopards owe much to, Helen Freeman. Despite contracting pneumonia, this brave woman went up the side of a Himalayan mountain in whiteout blizzard conditions to study these animals and work towards their continued existence.


Again, the true to life story is related in an engaging tone that takes the reader through the adventure from the comfort of their home. I could see the magnificent vistas of the snowy mountains and feel the excitement when paw prints were found. We even get a recipe for Kasmiri tea! Again, I learned many facts about these lovely creatures that I did not know before reading the book and although these were already my personal favourite big cats, sharing in this study through the written medium allowed me to develop an even greater appreciation for their nature, for the reasons for some of their distinctive qualities (like jumping), and for the importance of preserving the species.


This wasn't a long book, but enough emotion and adventure was packed into it to stay with me for some time to come, probably forever. It will have a lasting impact on me, and I expect on any big cat lover who reads it.


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