- File Size: 3777 KB
- Print Length: 140 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1979828768
- Publisher: Boroughs Publishing Group (November 16, 2017)
- Publication Date: November 16, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B077JBQZT2
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #42,494 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Tigress (Fated Mates Book 1) Kindle Edition
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This is a story of Raz who was kidnapped as a child after her mother died protecting her. Raised in a cage for most of her life in a secret place with other shifters who were being held and used for hunting games by the hunters finally escaped and as she's running she hears the cries of wolf pups. She comes upon a scene where Hyenas had kidnapped these 2 pups and were terrorising them and she jumps in front of them to protect them and fight them off. She manages to get a couple but the other hyenas surrounded her and she fights them even though she is gravelly injured and this is where her true mates shows up and fight the remaining hyenas and the alpha and beta realised they have finally found the true mate who saved 2 members of their pack. Before they can thank her for saving the pups she used what was remained of her strength to jump and take off before the alpha and beta could stop her knowing she is injured. The alpha and his beta tracked their mate down and call upon the pack doc to come and heal her realising that she couldnt keep her eyes open any longer the alpha and beta realise they are about to lose their mate if she is ignoring their command to stay awake. They rushed her back to their packland to tend and heal her. Loved this book, read it in one sitting and what I loved most was how she came into her powers where the whole pack were in awe and astonished and after her mating with her mates she inherited more than just her powers where she ends up having a her entire body covered in tattoo and finds out what it means cos only one other person had this particular tattoo and it was over a thousand years ago and she was a warrior and has not been seen since on another person. This was such a good story and the end felt kind of rushed and the story was over. It felt like there could of been more added like the fact she was pregnant and thought we would get to her about her pregnancy and what did she have and how many. But it didnt. Really looking forward to Mason Rose and Riker's next.
*Warning possible spoilers*
There was zero conflict. She's pretty smart for someone who has lived in a cage since 3 years old, and TV is not that educational. The entire pack accepts her right off the bat no issues that's cool since thats not often the case in these types of books. The whole book she's being carried around even after her injuries healed which makes her look weak. Shes a soft hearted girl with no rough edges after being caged. Would make more since if she was more untrusting and had a ferile side since cages make all animals wild not sweet. I don't know I saw zero strength and she was really fast to let all these strangers into her heart after she made it clear she wanted to see the world first. Confusing, and boring. I like the beginning but it fell flat.
She lived her whole life in a cage as a tiger, but somehow she can read. It’s like the author wanted her to have a tragic background, yet wants her to know all about the world, so the guards conveniently left a tv on next to the cage all the time, so she’s learned from that.
The book keeps repeating stuff and spelling everything out, so there is no depth, and nothing to figure out on your own.
And now, suddenly the main character (who so far is just annoying and hard to like/get invested in) has been able to see people’s emotions like colors surounding them. Aparently she has been able to do this her whole life, but it was not mentioned at all until 30% into the book. Come on, that’s just lazy work by the author. Was there no one around to edit this book? I’m sure it could have some potential, but it’s very imature and shalow, like something you’d write when you’re 14-15.
I've read fanfics that were much much better written than this.
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Istarted again at 6 the next morning
The Heros seemed weak for supposedly Alpha males.
The plot was... boring.Read more