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Night of the Tiger

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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

I really enjoyed this

I will agree that at times the plot was abvious, but over all I think this book was well written and I really enjoyes it. I will read the next in the series when it comes out.

posted by 6202667 on January 29, 2013

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2.5 Stars ~Reviewed by SUZANNE & posted at Under the Covers

2.5 Stars
~Reviewed by SUZANNE & posted at Under the Covers Book Blog

I really loved the premise of it; however, for me it just didn’t live up to expectation. ~ Under the Covers

Aimee Horner has been having nightmares of being stuck in hell, which seem to get mor...
2.5 Stars
~Reviewed by SUZANNE & posted at Under the Covers Book Blog

I really loved the premise of it; however, for me it just didn’t live up to expectation. ~ Under the Covers

Aimee Horner has been having nightmares of being stuck in hell, which seem to get more vivid as time goes on, the only relieve she ever seems to get is when she dreams of her white tiger. But as a graphic novel illustrator she has always had a lively imagination and so she uses her nightmares to try and create her own graphic novel. But when she goes to a carnival with her friend, it seems that her nightmares are coming to life and so is the white tiger…

I am so disappointed in this book! I really loved the premise of it; however, for me it just didn’t live up to expectation. I found myself losing interest in the characters as I was reading, they just didn’t hold my attention, although Roric, the hero of the story, was sexy and intense he didn’t stand out enough in a genre full of sexy and intense heroes.

However, there were aspects of this book I did like, tension and atmosphere was created really well. This was especially the case when Aimee was having nightmares and whilst she was in the carnival N.J. Walters managed to make it seem creepy and unreal and I did enjoy those parts. But it did fall down in the romance department; this could have been because of my disinterest in the characters themselves though rather then any lack of chemistry on their part.

Although this was book was okay and I loved the idea behind it, unfortunately this hasn’t captured my imagination like other Paranormal Romance series have.

*ARC provided by publisher

posted by Under_The_Covers_BookBlog on January 23, 2013

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 29, 2013

    I really enjoyed this

    I will agree that at times the plot was abvious, but over all I think this book was well written and I really enjoyes it. I will read the next in the series when it comes out.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 24, 2013

    The premise of the book is great. I truly enjoyed reading the en

    The premise of the book is great. I truly enjoyed reading the entire series but I have one major complaint. I feel she took too much liberty with  Hades' character. Hades is not the devil as christians know him. Hates is simply the god of the underworld. The underworld is also not hell. The underworld is where every mortal goes when they die. It consists of the fields of punishment,  Asphodel, Elisium, and the Isle of the Blest. My point being, if you are going to write a book based on the Greek gods don't change their nature to make it fit your book. Change your book to fit the nature of the gods. I still enjoyed the books very much even if my eye did twitch every time she made Hades into the devil.

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