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  • Posted November 1, 2014

    Enslaved In Shadows is the beginning of Tigris Eden's Shadow Uni

    Enslaved In Shadows is the beginning of Tigris Eden's Shadow Unit Series.  The reader is introduced to an unusual world with captivating and strong characters plus a complex plot making it a definite must read!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  • Posted July 24, 2014

    This paranormal unit will protect the human population from the

    This paranormal unit will protect the human population from the evil Red Hand organization no matter what it takes in this thrilling paranormal romance. Agent Draven Stone was on assignment when he met his mate and he let her go, now years later he’s in for the surprise of his life when she walks back in needing protection.
    This steady to fast paced and smooth flowing plot keeps readers on the edge with lots of suspense, drama, action and passion.  The author describes the story with well written scenes and details that capture the imagination and the well orchestrated action and suspense draws the reader deeper into the story.  The characters are strong, compelling and grab the reader’s attention from the very beginning. 
    The attraction that Draven and Jes feel for each other explodes from the pages from first eye contact and the sex scenes blaze with a vibrant intensity that scorches the reader to their toes.  Really, how was this clueless alpha wolf able to walk from such passion? Of course when she walks back into his life and turns it upside down the sparks fly in every direction, but they will have to put that on hold as the danger escalates around them and Jes has some traumatic issues she has to overcome. The reader really can’t help but get caught up in their story as all the drama and excitement unfold and all the other intriguing characters in this Shadow Unit just suck the reader in even more ensuring that they want to know more.
    The author has created a fascinating world with some very captivating characters, surprising twists and lots of action.  While there a couple of spots where it seemed a little slow, there was no way I could put this story down until I had read the very last word and I must warn you though, I was quite disappointed that Jes and Draven’s story doesn’t end and that I have to wait until I read the next book in the story.

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  • Posted October 6, 2013

    My first thoughts on this novel?  What a twist and what a rush.

    My first thoughts on this novel?  What a twist and what a rush.  This was awesome.  My final thoughts however, ‘you’ve got to be kidding me!  It’ can’t end like that!’  (vocally enough that my dogs came running).  A standalone novel this is not, but completely phenomenal none the less.

    This novel is vividly visual right from the first page.  I can see the characters and their surroundings right in my mind’s eye. Eden’s off the walls, in your face writing style keeps you on your toes throughout.   Eden also sets off at a fast pace that she keeps up for most of the novel.  There were a few places where the story lagged as she fills in her readers about necessary background information, but that is bound to happen in the first novel of a new series.  

    I really like Eden’s take on the supernatural world.  As many different species and races as she presents, the supernaturals actually stick together for once.  At the same time, each of the supernatural races is individually developed.  As a reader you don’t get to know everything about any of the races, however you know as much about them as the other characters do.  It’s quite the unique concept.  The well-developed supernatural law enforcement agency is also very intriguing.  

    The characters in this novel are completely off the hook.  By individually developing each of the characters Eden allows them to stand on their own.  At the same time, she ties everyone together so that you can see how they fit into their unit and family as a whole.  With the large variety of character types in this novel there is someone for everyone to fall in love with and to identify with.  There is also someone for every reader to keep as the bad guy.

    Overall, this was a brilliant introduction to the Shadow Unit.  It introduces you to the characters & the Shadow Unit while keeping you primed for future instalments.  Eden also tells a fast paced tale that keeps you captivated.  I cannot wait to read more from this series.

    Please note that I received this novel free of charge from the author/publisher/blog tour company in exchange for an honest review.

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