Review: Leopard's Blood by Christine Feehan

Author: Christine Feehan
Series: Leopard People #10
Release Date: October 24, 2017
Publisher: Berkley
Source: Publisher
Pages: 414
Reviewer: Marie
Rating: 4.5 Stars
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#1 New York Times bestselling author Christine Feehan cuts straight to the heart of a man who stalks the shadows in an intoxicating Leopard novel.

Though he was born into a leopard’s lair in the bayou, Joshua Tregre’s fighting skills were honed in the rain forests of Borneo. Sleek and deadly, he’s the perfect man to take over a crime syndicate back home in Louisiana’s lush swamplands. His razor-sharp instincts give him an edge in the violent underworld he knows so well, but even the watchful leopard inside him isn’t prepared for the threat that comes from the girl next door...

She is a woman who can create beauty out of thin air—and out of the ruins of her own life. The games that dangerous men play have taken their toll on her, but she is bent, not broken. And it’s her fierce spirit that’s like a lure to Joshua, a temptation he can’t resist—even if it means bringing his true nature into the light...

Marie's Thoughts
I began this series a while ago, and while it’s always been entertaining, it hasn’t ever really captured me. That is until now.

Leopard’s Blood is (finally!) Joshua’s story of finding his true love, Sonia. At first, I will admit, I eye-rolled at the “instant love” that brought these two together. I mean… really? But…………… I get it. And the more I read, the more I got it. Their chemistry was wonderful, and Ms. Feehan does a tremendous job of developing their relationship from instant attraction to a touching and loving pairing. The plot of the story is very well-written and is full of action, excitement and plenty of the sexy and steamy love scenes we’ve all (yes, you know I’m talking about you) grown to know and love from Ms. Feehan. 

This book, in so many ways, is exactly like it’s predecessors. But what sets it apart from them, is the way the romance evolves. The way it grows and becomes something beautifully poetic.

Whether you’re an avid reader of this series, or not, this is one book that you’ll truly enjoy.

I voluntarily read a copy of the book in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and feelings are my own.

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