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Tiger Lily Part One: An Alpha Billionaire Romance Trilogy by [Duncan, Amélie S.]
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"A sensitive and insightful writing style, the author delivers a story that is easy to delight the senses. It's so engaging I couldn't / didn't want to stop reading. One day. That's all it took. To read it and to fall in love."- Sede Literaria

"This book has that vibe where you are unsure whether the MC is a good guy or really just strange and dangerous underneath it all. That stuff is addicting, my friend! Enjoy!"- Beyond Book Boyfriends Review

"There is plenty of romantic and, steamy moments. I do recommend this one for your reading pleasure." - Books Movies Fandoms

"It's a sexalicious read. Definitely felt realistic and yet a total escape into sexcapades at the same time."- Danielle's Domain

"Perfect blend of sex and story with neither dominating the other"Jeannie Zelos Book Review

"Loved this steamy mesmerizing novel of self-perseverance and going the distance."-Kawehi's Book Blog

"I liked that they were both attracted to each other, they weren't overcome with instalove."-My Book Filled Life

"The characters were easy to like and their dialogues were good. The description to details were good."- Sassy Beta Reading and Reviews

"I loved Tiger Lily. It was an enjoyable book that carries a big message on physical abuse"- TaSTy WordGasms

"Different. Erotic. Romance. Adventure of One's self"-The Book Harbor Book Blog

About the Author

Amélie S. Duncan writes contemporary, erotic romances with a dark edge. Her inspiration comes from many sources including her life experiences and travels. She lives on the West Coast of the United States with her husband.

Product Details

  • File Size: 4920 KB
  • Print Length: 276 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: ASD Publishing (February 6, 2015)
  • Publication Date: February 6, 2015
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00TBGTP3M
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,645 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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💥 💥 💥 💥 Warning 💫 💫 💫 some spoilers ahead! 💥 💥 💥 💥

This truly has a great potential of becoming a blockbuster, but I have yet to be convinced. I'm holding out to read the 2nd book until the 3rd one gets released. Right now Im rating this a 3 star although most likely in the end, it may garner a 5 star from me, we'll just have to see.

I don't recall skimming quite a lot in the past trying to get to the good part. Honestly, for me, this was just pages and pages of sex and more sex There were no real conversation that would perk your interest nor your intellect. The connection between Lily and Jonas is very weak and a bit awkward at times. I find Lily's character so fragile, she's clingy and has very low self esteem. Pretty much everyone around her tells her what to do and even what to wear, what to expect especially about her so called "companion" relationship (a glorified term for f**k buddy) with Jonas. And Jonas, not a convincing male lead either, not willing to give much but want and expects a lot. Just because he wants to buy her dresses and things when he wants her to accompany him to formal functions doesn't make him a great guy. So far, there's not much substance to the story, it just centers around their getting together after work, have sex, have dinner, and have more sex. She gets up in the morning, go to work then meet Jonas after and have dinner and of course, more sex. A trickle of a little intrigue with her ex, Declan, who constantly belittled her when they were together and physically abused her. After running into him accidentally, he shows some interest again and starts calling her.
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I would of given this book 5 stars if it weren't for such a weak female named Lilly. She's the main character along with Jonas. He's handsome and caring but doesn't want a relationship, he's afraid of getting hurt again. He's also a workaholic and rich. He buys companionships. She's falling for him real fast in like 4 days time. She has a ex boyfriend who is a total douchebag, treated her terribly was verbally abusive and also physically. She's a very smart and educated girl but dumb as a box of rocks when it comes to men and relationships.
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I love any sort of erotic story that has an engaging tale attached to it. Part One of Tiger Lily definitely has this in spades as I found myself more drawn to the characters and their outcomes than the actual sex - and the sex was awesome! Lily is a sweet, yet strong, young publishing assistant who has experienced way too much pain and loss in her life already. She is tasked by her boss with "running into" smart and sexy Jonas and gets much more than she bargained for. While honest about his intentions, Jonas and Lily's relationship could be more intense than Lily is prepared for, despite what she continues to tell herself. An incredibly well-written story, leaving me salivating for the next installment.
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I have been eyeing this book for a while now, and you can probably guess my very shallow reason for wanting it -- the book cover. Every time I see it, I drooooool. It's so pretty and definitely has that "pick me up and read me" vibe to it. So finally I did :) (I feel like I need a meme here: Read ALL the books with pretty covers!) This one did not disappoint, and with as fantastic as this was, if the rest of the books in the series hold up, I can definitely see this becoming a cult success.

As with any great book, the story introduces you to characters you will either love or hate; relate to or not. I often feel when reading, how we relate to the characters says more about us than anything else, because the truth is, not everyone is perfect, not everyone is likable, not everyone always makes the best decisions or the decisions we would make, not everyone's relationships are built on the same foundation or have the same meaning, and not every characters is the kind of person to narrate what's in their heart. Sometimes, though, the most powerful books are the ones that just let the characters be who they are, let them be real, let their story be what it is, and that's what I got here.

Lily and Jonas' relationship is sexually driven, and those who prefer more courting may not get that, but that's a real thing for some people. Like a real couple, things aren't always smooth between them. Like a real couple, getting to know each other isn't some smooth calculation with no hiccups along the way or no misspoken words. Lily can be a little needy sometimes. Jonas is, at times, a little selfish. It's BECAUSE OF these flaws that their relationship dynamic was so convincing, and because it was convincing that I became so enraptured with what I was reading.
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I'm so conflicted about this book! It is screaming for a good edit. The problems with misused words, apostrophes, verb tenses, sentence construction, etc. are RAMPANT to the point that I needed to frequently re-read paragraphs to understand what was going on. Ms. Duncan thanks several editors in the author's note; I certainly hope she didn't pay for this so-called editing. The phrasing is so awkward in many places that I wondered if the author might not speak English fluently, or if this was written in another language and poorly translated. You know those wacky Google auto-translations? That's what some of her passages made me think of.

THAT SAID, it's a testament to the author's skill as a storyteller -- and not a writer -- that I stuck with this book. Even relatively minor editing problems are usually a deal breaker for me, but in this case, the plot was engaging and kept me engrossed, even as I struggled through awkwardly phrased dialogue and bizarre grammatical choices. The characters were interesting and well developed, and there was the perfect amount of angst, romance, and intrigue to keep me hooked. With some good editing, this author would rank right up there with EL James, Sylvia Day, RK Lilley, etc. As is, I can't give it more than three stars, as it's one of the worst-edited novels I've ever encountered, even for an indie.

**Note: I'm happy to report that books 2 and 3 in this series are much better written and edited, and the story remains completely engrossing!
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