I downloaded the ebook edition of Tempting the Tiger by Sennah Tate for FREE from Amazon. Below is my honest, unbiased review of this ebook.
Tempting the Tiger by Sennah Tate is the first book in the 'Palm Haven Shifter' series and is a paranormal romance featuring a witch (Sarah) and a human/tiger shapeshifter (Sloan).
Tempting the Tiger by Sennah Tate is a super fast read and is approximately 185 pages in length... The setting revolves around Sarah, a shy, book obsessed librarian and the library where she works. Sloan becomes the new, sexy library director... But there is something about Sloan that Sarah doesn't trust. Sexual tension is high between Sarah and Sloan from the start of this ebook, but turns predictable from the get go. The predictability, insta-love between the main characters, and the plot left me wanting more substance from this book.
Below is the plot summary for Tempting the Tiger by Sennah Tate from Goodreads:
Sarah is more than just a curvy, book-obsessed librarian… she’s a lady with secrets. Magical secrets that cannot be revealed, especially to the sexy new Director of her beloved library. She’s got way too much going on in her life to be checking out the boss, much less investigating the strange phone calls he keeps getting that he won't explain…
Sloan has a few furry secrets of his own -- shifting into a tiger, for instance -- but he can’t seem to keep anything from Sarah. The sexy little witch stirs his imagination and fills his dreams. With a lot of flirting and a little time, Sloan’s pretty damn sure he’ll lure Sarah into his bed.
Suddenly Sloan’s loyalties are thrown into question when the interests of the pack involve Sarah’s destruction, and time quickly becomes his enemy. All he wants is to get Sarah to take her hair down, show her how good it can feel to let loose…
Only Sloan might be the one to lose his tightly-held control, and it just might spell disaster for his clan… or his love.
I am giving Tempting the Tiger by Sennah Tate 2 stars out of 5 stars.
Until my next post, happy reading!
I have such a complicated relationship with romance novels. Maybe I am too old at this point? I used to read lots of them.ReplyDelete
If done well, romance can be decent. But much of the romance genre seems to formulaic for the most part for me.Delete