Wild Fire Paperback
Part of the Leopard People series
Conner Vega, physically and emotionally scarred by his past, has returned to the lush, exotic landscape of the Panama rainforest - his birthplace, and hopefully an escape from the guilt that consumes him.
Free to roam at last, the leopard in him longs to take control, but knowing how dangerous that would be, Conner must resist. However, there are more serious issues to deal with.
Conner's been brought back for a specific purpose: to help save his people from an evil threatening their existence, and to avenge his mother's brutal murder. And this time he means to take care of business.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 496 pages
- Publisher: Little, Brown Book Group
- Publication Date: 27/04/2010
- Category: Fantasy
- ISBN: 9780349400075
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Review by LaCello
I actually really liked this one. I know people complain that Christine Feehan is formulaic all her books are the same etc. etc. I don't think that's true, but I don't read enough of her books to really care even if it is true. This one will almost definitely be a re-read for me.
Review by wyvernfriend
If you like female characters who recover from betrayal easily and a brutal beating from a man who claims to love her, this is for you. It's not for me. There were parts of it that did work, that the romance built that the characters became almost people whose lives I was getting a peek at. However I don't like the overalpha male lead. And half-explaining a culture and expecting someone to keep to that culture without being in any way knowledgeable about the culture, is not my type of favoured story. Yes when you live in a culture you're unfamiliar with you stumble and sometimes cause offence, but if you behave in a fairly reasonable way you should be excused some things. And honestly, marking a guy to DEFEND yourself can end up with him being entitled to claim you as a mate? Seriously think about this for a second, you are setting up a culture where you are being punished for self-defence, how is that not broken? Answers on a postcard...Yes I get it, many people like Christine Feehan, I will not be revisiting this series, I don't find it romantic or interesting and I shouldn't keep annoying myself with this sort of writing.