Name: Leopard’s Fury
Author: Christine Feehan
Published: November 8, 2016 by Jove
Purchased: November 8, 2016, $7.99 on Kindle
Blurb: With her own bakery in San Antonio, Evangeline Tregre made a new life far from the brutal lair of shifters she was born into. Though she is all too aware of her leopard-shifter blood, she never felt the sensation of a wild animal stirring inside her. Not until Alonzo Massi walked into her bakery. The powerful shifter is as irresistible as he is terrifying, but his icy demeanor tells her to keep her distance.
Alonzo knows better than to let himself get involved with someone like Evangeline. She doesn’t deserve the type of danger that follows him, or the threat of his Amur leopard. But even with his lean muscle and iron will, Alonzo isn’t strong enough to stay away from the one woman who can make him feel at peace. And when their secret lives draw a mortal threat, Alonzo unleashes the feral passion he keeps pent up inside himself.
Review: I was really expecting Alonzo to be different than he was when I read Wild Cat. I’m glad I was wrong.
This is another case of the character having a different name though and it wasn’t used as much so I’m just going to keep thinking of him as Alonzo.
I completely expected him to be like Elijah but he was so much better, I loved him. I also really loved the fact that there was a huge time line, that they saw each other for a year. Even if they didn’t really speak that much during that time, I actually gives them time to slowly and subtly fall in love, whereas in the other books it’s quick and kind of thrown in your face.
I also really enjoyed the fact that she already knew about her leopard, not enjoying how she found out though. It was different and refreshing from having to read about the Han Vol Dan again.
This was also the first time that I saw the leopards interacting with their people, I really liked the fact that they communicated. It was fun to read and I had different voices for their leopards even though they actually send impressions rather than talk.
The writing just sucks the reader right in, digs its hooks into you and doesn’t let go.
While I didn’t really enjoy the fact that she kept trying to run for the first part of it, I really liked the Evangeline, she stood up for herself.
Thank you for reading my review.