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Burning Wild (Leopard Series) Audio CD – Audiobook, CD, Unabridged
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Bred by capricious parents for his innate leopard-shifting abilities, billionaire Jake Bannaconni has spent his life in an emotional vacuum â especially after a tragic twist of fate left him to raise his infant son alone. But when his path crosses that of an enigmatic young woman, Jakeâs life takes a detour he never fathomed. There is something irresistible about Emma Reynolds â something Jake canât live without. Hiring her as his sonâs nanny will keep her close. And warm. And under watch. Sheâs the first human to stir something in Jake, something heâs never felt before. But Emma may not be at all what she seems. And whatâs raging between them is pure animal instinct â out of control, burning wild and as hot as the lick of a flame.
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Some surprises here that really shocked me. Emma is the perfect compliment to Jake's personality. It turns out Emma has some secrets of her own and has overcome a lot in life herself. These two are a good match.
The sex in this book leans a little more into dominance and submission but most all of Feehan's males are dominant and the females submission in some degree. It seemed to "fit" these two characters fairly well.
I actually wanted jake to do away with the bad people in this book and I wondered why he waited. I think I would personally have been more vindictive. Jake is a much better person than he thinks he is.
At any rate, it's one of Feehan's best stories. The story and plot move along quickly and the love story is believable to me.
Some of Feehan's books get bogged down in longing and I feel like the entire story is just one massive long sex scene. This book had a lot more to it.
I would recommend this story as long as a person is not squeamish about explicit sex that is a little beyond plain vanilla sex.
With that said, Burning Wild, was how can I say... HOT. This book is part of her Leopard Series or more like an introduction really - since the first two stories in the series were short stories in books that she shares with other authors. Jake Bannaconni is a cold, revenge driven man who likes to take action to make sure things are done his way. He has everything money can buy and will definitely use his money to make sure that doesn't change. Due to unforseen circumstances, Emma Reynolds loses everything short of her life, she ends up having to rely on Jake for help. Little does she know, that Jake's plans are for a complete takeover.
Jake was extremely unbalanced emotionally through most of the book, but by the end I felt that we got our hero. He was controlling and moody, and the intimate scenes (which were very long and detailed) were raw (maybe a bit violent for my tastes) and displayed the darker side of the leopard people. We are also introduced to additional leopards which probably means more books in the series should be expected.
I don't believe Ms. Feehan made mistakes with this book, but that depends on how you view the book altogether. I definitely don't recommend this one as your introduction to her books though. The Dark Series or Drake Sisters Series would be a much better start.
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