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Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Keopards Page. Preview — Leopard’s Prey by Christine Feehan. From a tough stint in the armed forces to stalking the unknown as a bayou cop, leopard-shifter Remy Boudreux has been served well by his unca 1 New York Times bestselling author “Christine Feehan knows how to weave a tale of action, suspense and paranormal passion” Romance Junkies.
From a tough stint in the armed forces to stalking the unknown as a bayou cop, leopard-shifter Remy Boudreux has been served well by his uncanny gifts. And right now, New Orleans could use a homicide detective like Remy. A serial killer is loose, snatching victims from the French Quarter with pitiless rage and unnatural efficiency. But something else is drawing Remy into the twilight — a beautiful jazz singer bathed night after night in a flood of blood-red neon.
And as their passions swell, his keen instinct for survival will be challenged like never before. By a killer — and by a woman. Mass Market Lfopardspages. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Leopard’s Preyplease sign up. Lists with This Book.
Sexy Cajun Leopard shifters to the Rescue!! My reading funk is officially over!! Remy Boudreaux Remy is the detective investigating a string of very brutal and gruesome serial killings. He’s sexy as sin with his piercing green eyes and ropes of muscles. He’s very stubborn and bossy and I usually like that type of hero, but not so much with Remy.
Maybe because there chridtine a total lack of character development. We know that he is the oldest brother of a group of leopard shifters and that he is bossy a Sexy Cajun Leopard shifters to the Rescue!!
We know that he is the oldest brother of a group of leopard shifters and that he is bossy and controlling but that’s about all I know of Remy. We get background story on his relationship with Chrixtine via flashbacks.
Flashes of him rescuing an eight year old girl, alone in a hotel room with three adult men, surrounded by drugs. Remy is sixteen years older than Bijou and is a twenty-four year old rookie cop when he rescues her from the clutches of her father’s friends. He feels very chrietine of her but thinks nothing of it at the time. Bijou, aka Blue Bijou is a world famous rock star following in the steps of her mega famous rocker dad. She is a multimillionaire, gorgeous, and is about cjristine discover that she is a rare female leopard shifter.
I liked Bijou but she was one of those heroines that could do no wrong. When she happens upon a famous sculptor friend of hers out working in the swamp, she’s all of a sudden a rock climbing expert. The romance between Remy and Bijou is insta-love to the max. She has always hero- worshipped him as a child. So when they finally see each other as adults, sparks fly and they can’t wait to get naked.
Leopard’s Prey (Leopard People, #5) by Christine Feehan
Remy instantly claims and marks her as his without bothering to explain to her what that means. He takes her virginity and has sex with her all night, but NEVER talks to her or attempts to explain that they are leopard mates. Hell, Bijou doesn’t even know she is a leopard shifter yet because every time they are alone, Remy can only manage to sex her up. I have come to expect extreme leoprds when reading Feehan’s books.
This book is gruesome! There were a too many villains in this book and it kinda became confusing. Bijou had a stalker that was very violent. There was also a serial killer, whose great reveal at the end was unbelievably boring and anti-climactic.
This is a solid 3 star read. There were things that I christihe care for, but I still enjoyed the overall pery.
I listened to the book on audio and I have to say that the reader’s attempts to speak with a cajun accent were just awful. I really wish publishers would find readers that are more appropriate for the accents of the book. My Leopard People Reviews: View all 35 comments.
Apr 10, Sarah rated it liked it Shelves: Feehan fans, cat shapeshifter PNR fans.
Leopard’s Prey is Remy Boudreaux’s story and he lives up to the anticipation he built when he entered the scene the first time in Xhristine Nature.
It’s been a year since I read a Feehan book, so Remy’s book is a great way to break my fast. I knew Remy would be ‘something else,’ the kind of hero only Feehan can write. With Bijou, he gets the story and the heroine that I wished for. I will freely admit that the GhostWalkers is my favorite series by Deehan, and the others pale in comparison, so I mak Leopard’s Prey is Remy Boudreaux’s story and he lives up to the anticipation he built when he entered the scene the first time in Savage Nature.
I will freely admit that the GhostWalkers is my favorite series by Feehan, and the others pale in comparison, so I make sure my expectations reflect the fact that all the redoubtable Ms. Feehan’s writing gets measured against this series, because of my inestimable love for it. However, I am always very happy to get my hands on another book by her, since I just plain enjoy her writing.
She has some interesting stories with characters I fall for leopaards burning hot and emotional love stories. That’s what this romance fan loves. Anyway, Leopard’s Prey is steeped in Louisiana bayou atmosphere. The characters are almost all natives of this region, and based on my short visits to this part of the United States, I felt like I was taking another trip down there and enjoying it, taking in the sights and sounds.
Additionally, the feel of family is strong in this novel. The Boudreaux clan of brothers and sister, along with the larger Leopard Clan, are tightly bonded to each other, loving and teasing each other, sometimes in mean ways but it’s all in fun. Bijou, who had just about the most dysfunctional childhood ever, needs a family like this, full of people who watch out for each other, even as they give each other a hard time.
Bijou is the daughter of a notorious, yet beloved rock star. This is dhristine important to the story because it affects everything in Bijou’s adult life and all her relationships. He failed her beyond measure as a parent, scarring her self-esteem and sense of confidence, despite her incredibly beautiful looks and formidable musical talent of her own.
I really liked her character. Despite her awful start in life, she’s grown into a wonderful woman with a generous heart and a strong core, despite her insecurities. Remy and Bijou have a long-standing and deep bond from an event a long time ago, when he saves her life as an eight-year-old, but their lives go in different directions.
Remy chrixtine quite older than Bijou, but in some ways, she has as much to teach him and he does her. Remy needs to learn the language of love that Bijou speaks. He takes it for granted that she night ldopards understand how special she is, when she doesn’t have that frame of reference at all. Growing up the way she did, how could she?
Remy knows intellectually that Bijou is clueless on their shared leopard heritage. However, he doesn’t get that she might interpret the strong sexual attraction they share as merely a function of the Leopards’ sexual needs and not any higher bond between them, or that she is special to Remy.
So a good chunk of the book is about them exploring their relationship and coming to understand just what it means on both sides to be together paired to the murder mystery.
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Bijou and Remy had great chemistry. The love scenes are quite scorching. Feehan makes a big deal about the leopard’s need for rough sex, and it does veer in that direction, but nothing too out there or tasteless, in my mind.
I do roll my eyes a bit at the whole ‘dominating’ aspect of the love scenes, ’cause that’s not my thing at all. There is no question that Remy is a sexy beast though! I like how Feehan uses the love scenes to show the different aspects of their relationship: I also appreciated how Feehan presents the leopard nature.
She gets the aspect of this big cat right, and it fits in with this story of human leopard shapeshifters.
In some ways, this story reminded me of the film Cat People, but with a much happier ending that I always wished for. I can only give this in the four stars region because I feel like this story could have been longer. I felt like I ldopards something when it ended. Maybe I am just very pdey when it comes to books by this author.
She gets me hooked and I hate when the ride is over too soon. The story moves along at an expansive pace, and before I knew it, things were wrapping up. For those who are following the Leopard storyline, this doesn’t add a whole lot to the overall Leopard shapeshifter species arc from the beginning.
It crhistine on the Boudreaux family and the specific group in the Louisiana bayou. Some of the original guys show up in cameos, which was cool.