What I like about Christine Feehan's books in general is that, whether it's the Carpathians, the Ghostwalkers or the Leopard series, each series tends to have its own, distinct voice and the characters shine through - even if some of them tend to be darker than some readers may like.
What I like about Savage Nature in particular is the humor, the action and the steaminess (though not necessarily of the bayou in which it is set).
Saria Boudreaux is her own person, stands up for what - and who - she believes in and is very smart. Drake Donovan is strong - in character, in himself, and physically - and comfortable in his own skin, enough so that he values Saria just as she is. What is appealing about them individually, also packs a big punch as they work together to solve the mystery in the bayou.
Danger lurks in the shadows and desire shimmers in the sultry heat as leopard shifter Drake Donovan is sent to a Louisiana bayou to investigate a murder. He's ready for anything except the insatiable hunger that rocks him when he meets Saria Boudreaux, a woman with a compelling motive-and ability-to distract him from the task at hand...