Leopard Shifters and the Mob

Leopard’s Rage is the 13th book in my Leopard Series .

I’ve always thought about how ruthless the mob is. Dangerous, unpredictable and untrustworthy let along criminal, the mob makes for great villains and lots of danger. And in its own way the mob is a pack. They stick to their own and there’s a hierarchy. How do you fight something like the mob?
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My thought? From within. And from someone equally ruthless, dangerous and unpredictable.

In nature it’s the strongest that survive and that lead. But, you can’t just be strong and ruthless. You have to be smart. You have to know your enemy. You have to be willing to use deadly force.

Leopards have all the attributes needed to get in and out quickly, quietly and without being seen. Leopards are known for being elusive. They’re apex hunters and they are known to be man-eaters. Strong, fast and calculating, imagine combining those traits with that of a human.

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Sevastyan Amurov is an Amur leopard from Russia. His upbringing is one of violence and danger. He’s a trained killer as a leopard and as a man. He’s the perfect bodyguard for his cousin Mitya who he would die for. Who he would kill for. Other leopard shifters are careful to show their respect and stay the hell out of his way.

My guys aren’t typical mob. They are trying to keep some of the mob’s worse offenses from happening. They’re doing their best to protect people from the inside. That means being stealthy. Being smart.

As danger reaches out for Mitya, Sevastyan is pulled in different directions, not because his loyalty waivers, but because he’s found a woman, Flambe, who comes with her own set of challenges. Her own dangers. Sevastyan is about to be tested and he’s not a patient man.

There are a few surprises in this book that I don’t think readers will see coming.

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Published on November 12, 2020 12:24 Tags: christine-feehan, leopard-s-rage, leopard-series, organized-crime, paranormal-romance, the-mob
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message 1: by Adaiah (new)

Adaiah Christine, I l love the introduction of the anti-hero. You also give your readers the best villians.

I enjoyed Sevastyan's and Flambe journey. Thank you for sharing the info on first lifecycle of a mated pair. It can be rough!


message 2: by Christine (new)

Christine Adaiah wrote: "Christine, I l love the introduction of the anti-hero. You also give your readers the best villians.

I enjoyed Sevastyan's and Flambe journey. Thank you for sharing the info on first lifecycle of..."


Thank you, Adaiah! It was fun to write something so different!


jackie h. mcallister I loved this book so much.
The tortured souls of both finding each other.
You are such an artist, I hate to finish the book, I get totally absorbed in the story.
Thanks for all your books which I have read ALL of, they give me such enjoyment.


message 4: by Marybelle (last edited Nov 15, 2020 06:18AM) (new)

Marybelle Hi Christine,
I finished Leopard’s Rage and loved it. I especially loved the scene where Sevastyan is telling Flambé his expectations of her, but is really crumbling inside. His devastation hurt me inside. You made that scene so real. I know that you announced that you are not writing a leopard book in 2021, but I was wondering if you were going to come back at some time to write Gorya’s story? Up to now the hints you have given into his life are heartbreaking. I’d love for him to find a mate and be happy.


message 5: by Renate (new)

Renate I loved this story even if I missed some of the thoughts and emotions of the leopards themselves. I understand being the first of a life cycle leaves little for the cat's to share and introduced to us different other things. I hope there are more stories of the leopards still going to come and I love anticipation of the next story nearly as much as having the story. I nearly made a record for how fast I listened to this book as I kept finding times I could listen even if it was just a few minutes. I got through 14+ hours in just 3 days. I love reading your series books as I can get to know more of the surrounding history/story of the people and places where the characters live and breathe. I hate when a series finishes as I feel like I have lost a friend. Hopefully you have more books in mind for this series. Thanks for your writing.


message 6: by Barbara (new)

Barbara Miller Christine, I never thought I could love a series as much as The Carpathian’s, but I think it’s this series. I read it once voraciously, I’m now reading it again, savoring each nuance and each moment, letting myself fall into the world of the Leopards. They have touched a place in my soul, I don’t ever want to leave their world. Your artistry is beyond beautiful. Thank you for sharing with me another world that helps me escape the one we live in. Now, back to reading here, you get back to doing what you do next, create magic! Love you!


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