Seventeen year-old Kaitlin Sinclair's world is turned upside down when she moves to Indonesia, and discovers the secrets that threaten the existence of the enchanting Cadmon and his people. She dives into a foreign culture, full of mystique and dangers everywhere she turns, where keeping her heart safe might prove as impossible as staying alive!
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About the Author
Catrina Barton is a real go-getter, who in 2006 turned her avid reading addiction since she was three, into a vigorous passion for writing. Especially Young Adult Romances. She draws on her knowledge as a Kung-Fu Instructor to make her fight scenes both realistic, and action packed.When not indulging her fertile imagination to craft stories for your reading pleasures, she enjoys hiking with her family, and amateur belly dancing.Her love of writing, and her family, rival her exhilaration from helping fellow writers. She is a proud member of many writing, and marketing groups, and an active participant at Critique Circle, and several other crit groups.Writes reviews for Safari Heat, and Satin Sheets Romance.Favorite personal quote:"An author cannot grow without both constructive criticism and encouragement."
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Dangerous Temptation based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
I give this 2 fangs because the first 8 chapters were so rough to get through. After the 8th chapter it started to flow and get interesting. This book also felt like it jumped around a lot and I got confused. For example....this one section she was running through the field and then knelt down and started humming a song her mother used to sing to calm herself down and the next thing you know her and a group of cublings were being attacked by her cousin Ean and Uncle Nigel. I gave it 2 fangs instead of 1 simply because I wanna know why the counsel wants Kate so badly they sent numerous shifters after her. Paranormal Romance & Authors that Rock suggest this book if you are drawn to the mysterious and dangerous world of shifters and close held secrets that could save or ruin a tribe of were-tigers. to me it seemed there wasn't a lot of conflict or drama. It felt like there was a lot of explaining....Like Kate was doing a lot of internal dialog and thinking rather than interacting with others. There were a few good scenes such as her catching Payne with Janice in Chapter one or at the party when Cadmon meets Kate....I absolutely adored Cadmon by the way :) It just felt like a bunch of needless explanations were left in and some things were left out.
When someone suggested this book to me I thought I would check it out, and I really wish I hadn't. This book has poor writing, grammar, and is constantly using passive voice. Barton's characters are flat and unrelatable, making me hate them rather than love them, and the story itself is contrived and cliche. While I suppose the idea of a shape shifting tiger is interesting, it has been overdone and there are plenty of books that pull it off better. I wouldn't suggest this book to anyone.
I SO CAN'T WAIT FOR THE WHOLE BOOK. It was memerizing. Who would love to be a stand between for humans and shifters? I know I would. A girl full of skills for so many things and to lose alot has to be hard at getting to trust and belive in what is aroind her. I hope you enjoy this book as much as me.
I like how yhe story has developed so far and I am interested in seeing how the story unfolds. Although I am not in the targeted age frame as a 29 year old. I believe that it may be on the way to interest any paranormal romance reader.