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Burned In Shadows (Shadow Unit Book 2) by [Eden, Tigris]
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  • File Size: 1183 KB
  • Print Length: 283 pages
  • Publisher: Kats Kreative Ideas (October 13, 2014)
  • Publication Date: October 13, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
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2.5 (mildly spoilerish)
You ever read a sequel and then wish you hadn't, so that it could have retained it's potential awesomeness a little longer? Yeah, that's how I feel about this book. It could have been pretty good, but I finished it on a disappointed sigh.

First off, who was the book about--Jes and Draven or Bells, Ronin and Royce? The description says the latter trio, but at least half the book is dedicated to Jes and Draven's continuing drama and that left Bells, Ronin and Royce feeling like mere side characters, especially Bells. She seemed like little more than a puppet for the brothers to lust after. I didn't feel like I knew her at all and barely knew the brothers any better, mostly because all the actual action is dedicated to Jes and Draven. Bells, Ronin and Royce's 'action' is almost all bedroom play. How much personality can you glean from how well someone performs Cunnilius?

Problematically, despite being the second book dedicated to Jes and Draven, I didn't know either of them in this book either. I realise characters have to grow and change for a story to progress, but Jes and Draven seemed, they were different people. They took different names, different speech patterns, different attitudes, different abilities, and different behaviours. There was nothing recognisable about them.

What's more, I didn't like the new them. Granted, that's understandable with Draven/Black. He turned into a baddie for a while (though I'm baffled about how). But Jes/Zea just mysteriously changed. I'm still waiting on a little clarity on that issue. And Zea was just too much to believe. She suddenly developed unbelievable powers.
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I was so excited to read Burned in Shadows because Tigris Eden left me hanging at the end of Enslaved in Shadows. I was one of those that was cussing at the end of Enslaved in Shadows. GRRRR!! If you have not read Enslaved in Shadows, I recommend you do so, before reading Burned in Shadows or maybe even this review. You will want to know about the sexy, dangerous twins, Royce ( LOVE HIM ) and Ronin. You will also want to know what happened to Jesminda and why she is going through what she is going through in Burned in Shadows.

Can I just say first off, how much I hate the character Black in Burned in Shadows? I should love him because of who he really is...but I can't because he is such a jerk in this book. He made me grit my teeth and made me what to punch him. (I had to remind myself, he's fictional)

Tigris Eden definitely had me fall in love with Royce even more in this book and made me fall for Ronin too, even with what happened in the first book. These two have a story behind them and they have been looking for their one true love for awhile. They have to be able to share her and she must accept them both and be able to react the way they need, when they are together. They have had their eyes on Belinda, the sexy vixen, who keeps blowing them off for her own reasons. She knows the sexy twins have their own intentions, but she's not sure if she could trust them with her heart. She has her own dilemmas to worry about. She has to be my new favorite female character to like so far in the book because she stood up to her mother and her brother in this book. She also was ONE COOL ASS character because she is a Phoenix.

What I love most about these books from Tigris Eden is that she throws in some history into the mix.
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Burned in Shadows picks up where Enslaved in Shadows left off. Draven has been hi-jacked by the Red Sun Organization, Jesminda is learning more and more about the things Marcus did to her, Faith is learning to adapt to her wolfy heritage, and Belinda is preparing to become the next Matria and accept who exactly her consort is fated to be. Enemies the reader thought were dead pop up and show their faces again, Draven's predicament causes more then a few choked up moments and a LOT of anger. Enri proves he's not entirely what people think he is, though he makes you want to punch him a few times too.

Emotions run high in this second book of the acclaimed Shadow Unit Series. There's many times the reader will be angry enough to scream due to the predicament Draven and Jes find themselves in, but there's plenty of "aw" moments too.

We learn more about everybody's favorite Feral, Blue-Blood twins, Royce and Ronin, and I must admit, I have a soft spot for Ronin after reading his tale and seeing how he's grown into who he is now. Even if he did eat that dude's brain in the first book.

As always, Tigris Eden has brought her world shockingly alive. There's no dull moments, no times when the story slows enough for the reader to get bored, and there are twists at every turn. There's a major, major cliffhanger at the end of this one. It's cloaked as being nothing, but trust me when the reader hits it, they'll know. Rest assured, I've been informed THAT cliffhanger is dealt with in book 3: Redeemed.

While I can't wait to find out what happens in Redeemed, I'm still looking forward to reading about Faith's birthday party in book 2.5: Bonded in Shadows.

I give this book 5 of 5 paws
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