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I received this book for free from the library in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. Sixth in the Leopard People paranormal romance series. This story is set in the bayous of Louisiana, and the couple focus is on Bijou Breaux and Remy Boudreaux. This one was weird. I suspect I should go back and re-read Savage Nature , 5, and see if Feehan used the same styling. It may well turn you off the whole idea. Bijou does learn from past mistakes, and she takes a good man as her role model.
Although I am getting a bit tired of the conflict always having to be the age gap between two people. I understand Bijou not wanting Remy to see her all messy, but is it really worth her life?? Dorky and stupid. The invasion by Dion and Robert is clumsy. If Bijou never took anyone home due to embarrassment, then how did her daddy still manage to seduce them? Saria and a friend found a tortured body in the swamps and Remy is quickly called in.
And so is Bijou, the girl-woman Remy has been obsessed with for years. Remy Boudreaux is a homicide detective in New Orleans with a well-deserved reputation. Saria is his little sister; his brothers include Gage , a sheriff of the parish, and Mahieu. Louis LeBrun is the medical examiner. Judge Thomasson is corrupt. Fellow leopards in the bayou include: A newly pregnant Saria , who is gaining a name for her photography and still roaming the swamps, is happily married to Drake Donovan , who is bringing order and rules to the leopard clans.
Eulalie Chachere is a voodoo priestess whom Remy has consulted in the past. Thereze and Emile run a simple cafe with fabulous food. Ryan Cooper insulted Bijou at the cafe when he tried to get her phone number; his friend, Brent Underwood was with him.
Bob Carson is a photographer from her past and a real scum bucket. Catching up… Emma Bannaconni is pregnant again and Jake is terrified. Between the threatening green and orange sky hovering over New Orleans architecture and the hologram title, the cover is a bright flash sandwiching Remy and his leopard.
Toggle navigation. Posted July 8, by Kathy Davie in Book Reviews I received this book for free from the library in exchange for an honest review. Leopard's Prey by Christine Feehan paranormal romance that was published by Jove on May 28, and has pages. My Take This one was weird. The Cover and Title Between the threatening green and orange sky hovering over New Orleans architecture and the hologram title, the cover is a bright flash sandwiching Remy and his leopard.
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Book Review-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 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.
Leopard's Prey - By Christine Feehan
I received this book for free from the library in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. Sixth in the Leopard People paranormal romance series. This story is set in the bayous of Louisiana, and the couple focus is on Bijou Breaux and Remy Boudreaux. This one was weird.
THE bayou was no place for the faint of heart—especially at night. Alligators, snakes, even the occasional large cat preyed upon the unwary. Strange lights and mysterious sightings of everything from ghosts to vengeful creatures haunted the bayou at night. It was easy to get turned around, to get lost in the endless sea of grasses and the mist-covered cypress trees. One misstep and a man could sink below the ground and never find his way to the surface. Remy Boudreaux loved the bayou.