Posts Tagged With: Tigers

Audio Review: Stars & Stripes by Abigail Roux

Reviewed by Susan65 

27067492Title: Stars & Stripes
Author: Abigail Roux
Narrator: J.F. Harding
Series: Cut & Run #6
Heroes: Ty/Zane
Genre: MM Contemporary
Length: 10 Hours, 19 Minutes
Publisher: Riptide Publishing
Release Date: December 15, 2015
Available at: Amazon and Audible
Add it to your shelf: Goodreads

Blurb: Special Agents Ty Grady and Zane Garrett have managed the impossible: a few months of peace and quiet. After nearly a year of personal and professional turmoil, they’re living together conflict-free, work is going smoothly, and they’re both happy, healthy, and home every night before dark. But anyone who knows them knows that can’t possibly last.

When an emergency call from home upsets the balance of their carefully arranged world, Ty and Zane must juggle family drama with a perplexing crime to save a helpless victim before time runs out.

From the mountains of West Virginia to a remote Texas horse ranch harboring more than just livestock and childhood memories, Ty and Zane must face their fears—and their families—to overcome an unlikely enemy and bring peace back into their newly shared world.
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Shifter Week Review: Tiger Tiger by Rachel Wilder & A. Catherine Noon

Reviewed by JustJen

Title:  Tiger Tiger
Author: Rachel Wilder, A. Catherine Noon
Series: Chicagoland Shifters #2
Heroes: Sasha/Neil/Steve/Carlos
Genre: M/M Paranormal
Length: 276 pages
Publisher: Samhain Publishing
Release Date:  July 23, 2013
Available at: Samhain Publishing, Amazon, All Romance eBooks & Barnes and Noble
Add it to your shelf: Goodreads & Booklikes

Blurb: When you grab a tiger by the tail, sometimes he bites back.

Veterinary trauma surgeon and animal empath Sasha Soskoff has found everything he ever wanted with his new partners Neal, Steve and Carlos. Life feels as safe and secure as it can be among a group of ex-Marine tiger shifters. Until a homeless man is found, gruesomely mauled and murdered, near Neal’s BDSM club.

When it’s determined a rogue tiger did the deed, the jaguars’ accusing eyes turn toward Sasha’s lovers. The precarious balance of peace tips dangerously toward war.

Neal knows damned well none of his tigers committed the crime. Someone must be in Chicago without his knowledge or permission, and they’d better find him fast before uncertainty and conflict rip the tight-knit band apart from the inside.

As Sasha struggles to heal the stress fractures forming among his tiger family, he begins to wonder if his dreams of a home, and love, were too good to be true. And it’s precisely that moment the killer strikes at the heart of the tiger clan—Sasha himself.

Product Warnings:
This continuing story contains more hot man-on-man and men-on-more-men ménage action than you can shake a cat at. Continue reading

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