Thursday, June 14, 2012

Tiger Mine by Angela Castle

Tiger MineTiger Mine by Angela Castle
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Julia is in desperate need of a new start, heading to her grandfathers house in the Australian Mountains seems like the ideal choice for a fresh beginning. What she finds is a house in need of repair, a Siberian tiger who thinks he is her pet, and a man looking for work who she believes would never be interested in her.

Mohan escaped barely with his life from hunters who had no qualms killing fellow shifters for the game of the hunt. Being in Julia's company is probably not the smartest thing he should do, but a growing attachment to the giving woman has him wanting more than friendship with her. With his past still haunting him, he has to confess all to Julia and hope that she can accept him for who he is.

Enchanting story, there were elements that were unique to shifter stories. There is a clan element that you could easily imagine being true as Mohan describes his past.

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1 comment:

  1. Ah, sorry to hear this one wasn't a 5 star for you--I really thought you'd love it too! :) But 3 stars is nothing to sneeze about, either. Loved this book, and I agree, there were some uniques elements, it wasn't just another shifter tale. :)

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