- File Size: 1796 KB
- Print Length: 257 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Tule Publishing (April 19, 2018)
- Publication Date: April 19, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07B458H52
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #197,853 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The characters of Gemma and Raj are two well written and strong characters. My issues are sometimes in the way our author flips the script in the book I get confused who the good guy is and who the bad guy was. Now that might be a "me" thing as i am dyslexic. So I caught myself re-reading chapters several times and outloud, in bed, at night. You can imagine driving Hubs nuts. BUT i will say the mystery of this book, the storyline, when it came together...for me it was well worth the work I had to do to figure out who was who at times. This is one of the reasons I read her books. I really liked getting to know India and the customs back in the early 1900s as well. Yes you will be able to see some thru her minds eyes. I do recommend this book. Just keep in mind what I said at the first.
The anticipation builds throughout the story as the danger and the intrigue continues to build with lots of twists and turns to keep the readers wondering until the very end. The author makes it all come to vivid life with well written words that paint vivid images and makes it easy for the readers to become lost in the story.
Patricia Rosemoor has a gift for using twisting fascinating tales with unique elements that grab readers attention and keep them absorbed with the mystique and romance of her captivating characters and Eyes of the Tiger certainly holds readers hostage until the very end and to me it had a quest or treasure hunt feel to the story that really pulled me along and made feel as if I was joining Gemma and Raj on their adventure.
The suspense builds rather quickly though the plot is done slowly. I found the last half of the book to be more intriguing than the beginning. It has a bumpy flow starting out that was a hindrance to me as a reader. Also I didn’t approve of Raj’s behavior toward Gemma at times. What I think of the main characters is a big factor for me in whether I like a book or not.
I really liked the concept of the hunt for the treasure as well as the psychic aspects of the story. I just did not love the characters or the choppy flow of the beginning.
An ARC of the book was given to me by the publisher through Net Galley which I voluntarily chose to read and reviewed. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
Gems and jewelry speak to Gemma Hewitt, inspire her designs, and send her across the globe to seek out historic pieces. After her mother is brutally murdered, Gemma inherits her famed jeweled collar, which she hopes will lead her to her mother’s killer. Instead, she’s thrown back to 1901 India where she sees a young woman about to be married with a pendant that matches the collar. When she’s hired to find the entire bridal suite, she hopes she can use the jewels to save her family’s fortune. Can she trust the handsome, enigmatic British reporter/photographer Raj Sinclair who promises to help her on her quest, or is he the one she should be running from?
Attracted to Gemma, Raj senses a connection with her as if he’s known her forever. When danger stalks her, he will do anything to protect her. The treasure hunt takes them to cities from the US to Britain to France, ending in India where the bridal suite is finally rejoined… and three souls reincarnated from the British Raj get another chance to make things right.
This is Gemma Hewitt and Raj Sinclair’s story.
Gemma inherits her famed jeweled collar, which she hopes will lead her to her mother’s killer.
Instead, she's thrown back to 1901 India where she sees a young woman about to be married with a pendant that matches the collar.
When she's hired to find the entire bridal suite, she hopes she can use the jewels to save her family's fortune.
Can she trust the handsome, enigmatic British reporter/photographer Raj Sinclair who promises to help her on her quest, or is he the one she should be running from?
When danger stalks Gemma , Raj will do anything to protect her. The treasure hunt takes them to cities from the US to Britain to France, ending in India where the bridal suite is finally rejoined… and three souls reincarnated from the British Raj get another chance to make things right.
"I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book."
Eyes of the Tiger by Patricia Rosemoor is a 3 star book.
Patricia's Books with Tule:
Eyes of the Tiger