Book Review-Savage Nature

Savage Nature
Leopard People (5)
Christine Feehan
Jove Publishing
E Pub Book
318 Pages
Published May 2011
Shape Shifter Romance
ISBN:  0749954698

Synopsis
When Saria Boudreaux finds a dead body in the Louisiana bayou near her home, her first instinct is to go to the police. But there’s a problem: it looks like the victim may have been killed by a big cat – and her brothers are all shape-shifting leopards. Sent by the land’s owner to investigate, leopard-shifter Drake Donovan is ready for anything – except the insatiable hunger that rocks him when he meets Saria. Deep in his soul he knows that she is destined to be his mate. Torn between protecting her brothers and finding the truth, Saria treads warily around the powerful shifter. Yet as they venture deep into the mysterious bayou on a hunt for the killer, Saria finds herself longing for Drake’s touch and the sweet release of surrender ..

 MY REVIEW
Summary:
Saria Bordeaux, is part of a family of leopard shifter, so when she finds a dead body in the bayou, she knows she needs to find help, and knows that she can’t turn to her brothers, when its obvious the one doing the killing is a shifter. Drake Donovan has been sent to investigate upon hearing about the killing, and is drawn to Saria in a way he has never been drawn to a woman before. Drake knows that there is much more to Saria than meets the eye, and is earnest in finding the killer. Saria, has the strongest feeling upon meeting Drake that he is someone that she can trust, even more than her own brothers. The hunger that is building between her and Drake is powerful, and the connection between them genuine, so much so that she starts to wish for a future with him….

The Hero (Drake Donovan) 
Drake Donovan, is a leopard shifter, strong and capable, and very honorable. Drake upon hearing of the killings that have been happening in the Louisianna Bayou, is sent to investigate to discover whats amiss. Upon meeting Saria, and discovering what been happening, he knows that much is amiss here, and plans on staying until it gets solved. Drake just never realized how powerful his hunger for Saria would be and his intent on keeping her

The  Heroine (Saria Bordreaux)
Saria, lost her mother years ago, and her father treated her like one of the boys. Most of her growing up she had to act like the parent, and was very independent. She discovered the true identity of her brothers, and that they were shifters, but having them gone from most of her life, not giving much care to her well being has her doubting their intentions now that they have returned. Saria senses a powerful attraction to Drake and starts to fall in love with the one man who has made her feel more cherished than any other…

My Thoughts 
Savage Nature is the fifth installment in the Leopard series by Christine Feehan. I just was so captivated by this story, so far I have truly enjoyed reading this series, but I think this would have to be my favorite book in the series. From the first page I was drawn into the story, the characters were so genuine and real, that I was left feeling like I was in their place, the writing was with such talent that I felt I was seeing it happening for real. The plot was intense and full of a roller coaster ride of suspense and romance. A Thrilling Tale!!!! One you don’t want to miss out on if your a fan of Christine Feehan!!!!

My Favorite Quote:
Saria put her hand in Drake’s, happiness bursting through her as she fit her body close to his. There was something so sensual, so right and perfect about dancing with one’s husband, and she intended to savor every moment.

Other Books In The Series 
5 Blossoms

Other Books In The Series 
The Awakening
Wild Rain
Burning Wild
Wild Fire

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