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Posted April 21, 2014
This shifter romance is a mesmerizing and intriguing weretiger read. Jenna’s finally found a place to call home, a place of shifter like her and to her everlasting happiness she’s found a strong alpha mate. Then a devastating prophecy starts come true putting all of the tigers in danger and threatening Jenna’s new found sense of belonging.
This fast paced and smooth flowing plot keeps readers entertained with lots of suspense, action, drama, betrayal and romance. The author brings the fascinating Tiger Tree to life with well written scenes and images which makes it easy for the reader to picture everything as if they are part of the story. Anticipation builds throughout as danger comes from within the small tiger village and from outside humans and the strong compelling characters enchant the readers with their story as they each add their own special personalities to the story and inspire the reader’s curiosity to know more.
The chemistry between Jenna and Erik explodes off the pages and the frequent sex scenes blaze hot enough to burn the reader with red hot passion. The relationship takes a little while to really blossom as Jenna’s been raised with humans and has never really fit in causing insecurities that the reader can easily relate to and capture’s the heart.
The author has created a fascinating world of tigers in a small village setting without the characters being lost in history, they are well aware of progress, while keeping to their traditions and living a full life. The author adds spice with the internal challenges from another tiger that leads to a dangerous situation and really keeps readers on their toes. I was totally enraptured with this book from beginning to end and I can’t wait to read more about the tiger shifters of Tiger Tree.
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