Trancing the Tiger

Trancing the Tiger


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He's a Tiger. She's a Rabbit. She'll entrance him. He'll devour her.

After the Red Death devastates the world, Lucy Yeoh flees to the tropical safe haven of Malaysia, straight into the arms of Sheng. Who just might be as delusional as he is sexy. Sheng claims only twelve Chosen warriors of the Chinese Zodiac can restore balance to the world and save humanity, and she's one of them: the Rabbit. Long furry ears and fluffy bunny tail included.

Li Sheng leads the Chosen, and that means commanding Lucy's Rabbit to submit to his Tiger. Easier said than done when she undermines his authority at every turn, and seduces him to the limits of his darkest desires. But wait until she makes his Tiger roar...

Trancing the Tiger introduces a hot new breed of shifters, set in a post-apocalyptic world where Chosen warriors must battle demonic forces--and the desires of their hearts--to restore the balance of yin and yang before humanity is destroyed forever.

If you love dirty-talking alpha heroes, tough heroines who challenge them, exotic cultures, and unique twists on mythology, don't miss out on this scorching hot series.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781508519652
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 01/16/2015
Series: Chinese Zodiac Romance Series , #1
Pages: 334
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.75(d)

About the Author

USA Today bestselling author Rachael Slate resides on the West Coast of Canada with her husband, two children, cat, and dog. Plus hummingbirds, songbirds, mason bees, and the occasional butterfly in her garden. When not writing, she's probably thinking about food (cooking, baking, or watching cooking shows). She also adores the outdoors-running, hiking, canoeing, camping, swimming, etc-so that helps to offset her culinary obsession!

Rachael writes sizzling stories that blend the lines between mythology, reality, and fantasy. In her worlds, you'll encounter strong, sexy alpha males and the fierce, capable heroines who challenge them. And always, scorching hot romance.

To find out more about Rachael Slate, visit her website at For free reads, exclusive content, giveaways, and to learn about upcoming releases, sign up for her newsletter at

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Trancing the Tiger 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
bouhamala More than 1 year ago
This is my first book from Rachael Slate, and I must admit that this has been a really refreshing read. The story sucked me in, and I have read it all affternoon and all night, so I have severe a book hungover. I like the pace in this book, it was quite steady, and I like how characters developed through the story. The story is very interesting, we have animal spirits from the Chinese Zodiac, hosted within humans, I really liked the idea it's something new for me and enjoyed every page of it. I like that there is no serious cliffhanger, so it could pass as standalone with continuing in the next book. I also liked alpha Sheng with spirit of the Tiger, and how Lucy with spirit of the Rabbit throws him of the route. He's expecting she would host the spirit of the Dragon, but when he notices a glimpse of the Rabbit, he becomes really angry, Lucy doesn't even know that she's hosting a Rrabbit spirit. So here is where all the fun begins. I shall stop now, because if I continue, I will reveal too much and that is no fun so just read it. If you like a different type of PNR (rather than the usual shifters), and a lot of hot steamy sex, you will absolutely enjoy this book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I will admit I was a little hesitant going into reading this book because I don't know much about the Chinese zodiac or Malaysian culture. I was worried I wouldn't be able to follow what was going on or connect with the characters. I was wrong. So very very wrong. This story was absolutely fantastic from beginning to end and it was an absolute treat to read! From the very first chapter I was sucked into the rich details and I fell in love with the unique and vibrant characters. And talk about some intense and smoking hot scenes! Sheng is definitely a very naughty Tiger. Trancing the Tiger was was fun, sexy, dangerous, and different than anything I have read before and it was an absolute pleasure. I really feel like you would be missing out if you didn't give this story a try and in my opinion it is Highly recommended.
LoveLifeandBookLust More than 1 year ago
Talk about a debut novel. Rachael Slate knocks one out of the park with Trancing The Tiger. It's an engaging , riveting , action packed novel that will keep you on the edge of your seat, and leave you begging for more.Fantastic characters and a phenomenal plot are only the beginning for this refreshing novel. I absolutely loved Sheng and Lucy ! I for one cannot wait to get my hands on the next book in the series. Rachael Slate belongs on everyone's TBR list !
crazy4peanutbutter More than 1 year ago
4 1/2 STARS Trancing the Tiger is book 1 of the Chinese Zodiac Romance series by Rachael Slate as well as her debut book release. Congrats on that Ms. Slate. Let me start by saying I truly enjoyed reading this book. The author did an amazing job of writing about the Chinese culture and zodiac. I have to say I found it all to be rather interesting and exciting to learn about. Over the years I've heard about the Chinese zodiac and knew a few of the animals from it but that was all. My lack if knowledge on the subject was in no way a problem in reading this book. As I said Ms. Slate did a beautiful job of giving you what you need to know about their way of life to follow the story. And what a story it is. The characters all but literally jump out of the page at you. They are vivid, complex, intriguing, some sexy, exciting and very well written. The background is perfectly detailed without being an overload to your senses. I for one hate it when the book is overly long due to the author being way to descriptive about every little thing the characters wear, see, smell etc. and so on, to the point where you totally forget about the plot of the book and begin to believe your reading a book on interior designing and fashion of whatever era. I loved learning more about the animals and their meanings along side of what they bring to the story. The plot is very unique, engaging and fresh. It's unlike any other shifter books I've read. It's a great start to a new series and I highly recommend it for reading. ***Received gift copy*** L.
TerriRochenski More than 1 year ago
I'll be took me until about the 20% mark to get sucked in where I didn't want to put my kindle down. Definitely wasn't due to the author, though. Ms. Slate's writing is excellent, and the characters believable, drawing out empathy. I think it was more the culture thing - while I've NOTHING against the Chinese people, their culture isn't one I know much about / find intriguing. Purely a person preference, nothing more. That being said - Ms. Slate brought something completely new and fresh to the kindle world with Trancing the Tiger. Unique, full of action, heat, and conflict both internal and external, this story satisfies even the hungriest beast.  ;) Can't wait for the next book! Get writin', Ms. Slate!
Archaeolibrarian More than 1 year ago
I received this book from the author in return for a fair and honest review. For someone who has always been interested in the Chinese Zodiac, I was intrigued when given the synopsis of this story. The Rabbit has always been one of the more 'mild-mannered' of the Zodiac so I was interested to see where this would go when partnered with the Tiger. Trust me though, you don't have to know anything about the Chinese Zodiac for this story to a) make sense and b) be absolutely fantastic. The storyline itself is gripping and you will find out more about the plague itself plus how the characters handle things as you go along.  All of the characters are interesting and amazing in their own rights. For me personally, I was interested whenever Fang made an appearance (he's a rat) because that's what I am. The whole aspect of the Chinese Zodiac is one that I haven't seen before in Fantasy or Paranormal books and I am thrilled that Rachael Slate has made her stand in this way. It works, it really does. The pace is steady throughout and very well written. The plot has depth and drama and will definitely leave you wanting more. I can't wait for By The Horns, which is book 2 in this series and due out sometime this year. Definitely, absolutely recommended.