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  • Posted August 19, 2013

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    Roseatre is taking Pandora┬┐s place center stage as the lead danc

    Roseatre is taking Pandora’s place center stage as the lead dancer at the Arcana Royale s Midnight Mystery Lounge. Management has brought in a new act and she has to suck it up and deal even if they are cats. Big cats. White tigers to be specific. When tiger shifter Anthony diNapoli brought his cats to the Arcana he didn't expect to find his mate. He didn't expect her to be an Amazon (his people’s mortal enemy). But nothing worth having comes easily and there is nothing easy about Roseatre.
    I liked this installment a whole lot more than the first. Probably because all the world building had been done. I think it might also be that I liked Roseatre and Anthony a little better as well. This is a terrific new series in a unique environment. This isn't every other paranormal romance you've read and that alone makes it worth reading add in laugh out loud moments of humor and break out the ice cubes sex scenes and you have a book you can’t put down. 

    I’d like to thank the author for giving me a copy of this book in exchange for a fair and honest review

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  • Posted August 17, 2013

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    As posted on The Smutty Kitty reviewed by KittyKelly 5 out of 5

    As posted on The Smutty Kitty reviewed by KittyKelly

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    Holy yum! A sexy tiger shifter and an Amazon with a secret made for a great book. The scene when Roseatre meets Anthony's inner tiger for the first time...OMG it's so freaking hot. I love her feisty, no holds bared attitude. The arguing between them is clearly as much of a turn on for Anthony as it is Roseatre. And this is a couple that likes to argue! When they finally come together they burn up the sheets...when they make it there that is. ;) I love that each of them is so strong natured and it absolutely carried into the bedroom with them. Heidi (the stage manager) is back and just as mysterious as ever. I wasn't sure if I liked her when I finished the first book in this series, but I know I like her now. I hope we learn more about her in the future as well as the rest of the cast!! I cannot wait for the next Soul Girls book to come out. I hope Ms. Long doesn't keep us waiting for long!!

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