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Review: Savage Nature by Christine Feehan

May 2, 2011

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Saria Boudreaux was born in raised in her beloved Louisiana bayou. She is surrounded by all the things she loves and calls to her nature. Saria has found dead bodies in the surrounding swamps and is terrified for those she loves.  Before the killer can harm anyone else, she must send for help.

Drake Donavan is a leopard shifter that has been sent to the Louisiana to investigate a series of murders being committed in the bayous.   He is immediately enchanted with the bayou and her secrets, but his leopard is captivated by his guide, the lovely Saria.  Never has he yearned and desired a woman like he does, Saria.  His senses the danger lurking in the swamps and his leopard can’t help fighting to claim and protect  his mate. 

The serial killer will be able to elude those in pursuit.  Drake and Saria will have to unravel the secrets the bayou keeps hidden in her watery depths.


I gave this book 4 out 5
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Provocative!  Alluring!  Suspenseful!  Savage Nature will feed the lust in you until the very last word.  Christine Feehan leaves us with a sense of awe and wonder as she takes us through the Louisiana bayous.  Our senses are bombarded by  Feehan’s fertile descriptions of an enchanting landscape. Drake can now embrace his leopard and has finally found the woman of his dreams.  Drake and Saria’s rage of passion will cast a spell over the reader, leaving them breathless and in anticipation for the next book in the series. Although Jake is still my favorite leopard, Drake is to die for.  Thank you  Ms. Feehan for another wonderful book in the series. Savage Nature is like licking at a bowl of cream.

 
Publisher: Jove (April 26, 2011)


Source Code: R

4 comments

  1. I love Christine Feehan and everything she writes. This one is waiting for me as well. A nice change in storyline that it is not in the Amazon Jungle, but in Louisiana.

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  2. Oh, this does sound good! I haven't read anything by her yet, but I should. Thanks for the great review!

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  3. I read the first couple of books in this series but haven't kept up with it. Sounds like I need to catch up! :)

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  4. Great review Dana! I have yet to read any books by this author... sounds good =D

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