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The Reaping: Arctic Wolves Novella by [Eden, Tigris]
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Length: 70 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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An action-packed bridge novella in the world of Tigris's Arctic Wolves series, we get to experience the emotional ups and downs of Nerina and Victor as they undergo the Reaping. To me, personally, this novella had a lot of real world lessons that were hinted at. Ones that each and every one of us has either learned or needs to learn--insecurity, loss, difficult choices, bias, and so many more. I really like Nerina, and it was wonderful to see her and Victor come out on top after being put through the wringer. ~Literal Addiction Books

About the Author

Tigris is a military brat who's done her fair share of travelling, thanks to her Army father. She's married to the infamous LL and has three boys. She currently resides in Houston and is actively seeking a book-buddy for the end of the world. 

You can find Tigris on Twitter, Facebook, and at her website.

Product Details

  • File Size: 1286 KB
  • Print Length: 70 pages
  • Publisher: Kats Kreative Ideas (October 28, 2015)
  • Publication Date: October 28, 2015
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00S5I4DOI
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #17,090 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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I downloaded The Reaping as a free novella from Amazon. The story was downright confusing. I get it-- there were trials to pass. Unfortunately, while reading, I felt as if I were untangling a huge ball of string. For the significance of some things which happened, a novella may not have been the best presentation. "Dream" and reality were so blended, it was impossible to tell what was really going on. I loved Arctic Bound, so I would definitely read the next (full length) novel in the series, but it remains to be seen if this novella was necessary to the storyline, or if the recap in the next book could have kept the reader informed enough. It's free, so no harm, no foul-- others may actually enjoy the surreal quality. Me? Maybe I'll try again in a few weeks after a glass of wine.
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It's time for The Reaping! Victor and Nerina are excited to finally be able to do the ritual and be together in a way the packs can't argue with. However, The Reaping isn't fun and games. Victor must survive three trials to get his female. And while he's doing that, the goddess Selene has decided that Nerina will be more than simply Luna of Pack Canidae.

This book is short and to the point, a beautiful bridge between Arctic Bound and Dire Cravings if I do say so myself. The Reaping pretty much finishes up what fans were waiting for when Arctic Bound ended, and it hints at even more trouble for our favorite wolf pack in the next book.

The sex is sparse.. to be fair it's about non existence. There's only one sex scene, but with the Trials going on, the reader won't even notice, or care about the lack of bestial love-making that Victor and Nerina are known for.

What this novella doesn't lack in, is action. From page one there's something going. This book is a bit more fast paced than Arctic Bound was, but at the same time the story isn't rushed. As stated it's the perfect bridge between book 1 and book 2.

This is a quick read, less than 25k words, so it shouldn't take more than a few hours to leave, and if you're a fan of Tigris Eden, you'll be begging for more when you get done.

I look forward to the next installment of this series.

I give this book 5 of 5 paws.
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By CRISSY on October 28, 2015
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The Reaping was a great read. The pack is against Victor and Nerina being together because Nerina is a hunter and Victor is their leader; but hunters and wolves don't mix. However, despite that Victor and Nerina is determined to make their relationship work even if Nerina cant bear him any pups. The Reaping is approaching and the couple has another challenge to face, hopefully they can both make it out alive and the pack will learn to accept Nerina. Selene (the goddess) has plans of her own and is willing to give Nerina something she desperately wants if she can make it out alive. When it comes to love between this couple you risk it all for love, or you die trying. This was a great paranormal read and I can't wait to see what happens next.
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Our Quick and Dirty Review, by LITERAL ADDICTION's Pack Alpha - Michelle:
An action-packed bridge novella in the world of Tigris's Arctic Wolves series, we get to experience the emotional ups and downs of Nerina and Victor as they undergo the Reaping. To me, personally, this novella had a lot of real world lessons that were hinted at. Ones that each and every one of us has either learned or needs to learn--insecurity, loss, difficult choices, bias, and so many more. I really like Nerina, and it was wonderful to see her and Victor come out on top after being put through the wringer. :) Complex world-building and suspense around every turn. I'm excited for more in the world of the Arctic Wolves.
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Very well written novella. I wish I would have read the first book first, but it isn't necessary to understand it. I do plan on going back to read it though. This author is new to me but I love her writing. She has a kick ass female and a kick ass male. I am looking forward to this series.

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This is a paranormal romance. There is an intimate scene at the end to look forward to. A reward for an awesome storyline!
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This was well-written and well told...not at all the same thing! I found a few typos, but they didn't detract from the story...although it does make it read easier if you use wove for a past tense rather than weaved. It's personal preference, but makes a difference in the way the story reads. I enjoyed both the story and the characters, and look forward to more. Thank you, Tigris, for a delightful afternoon's read!
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