Paperback edition: 234 pages
Rating: 4 stars
Synopsis: He haunts the jungle – and her dreams
When Dr. Sally Carter travels to India to regroup from a broken heart the last thing she wants is to fall in love. But Raja Asoka (Ash) Bhosle is entirely too attractive to ignore,
even though she knows it can only end in tears. Hers.
Ash guards his forest and the precious creatures within it, protecting the rare tigers from mindless slaughter, and a secret that lives in legend. From the moment he sets eyes on the Australian doctor, he wants her, even over the objections of his mother and the unsuitability of her cultural heritage.
While Ash fights tiger poachers, Sally struggles against cultural prejudice. Can the Legend of the Black Tiger be the bond that brings them closer together, or will it be an impossible belief that rips them apart. The closer Sally comes to understanding what the legend means, the more frequent the nightmares become. Is she losing her sanity, or is there more to Sally than she herself knows? The answers lie buried in her past.
When the Black Tiger breaks free to stalk the night, only one thing will control the beast.
I wasn't sure if I was going to like this book if I am honest but I actually loved it! The plot was very different to the books I normally read which is what made me think that I wasn't going to like it! I learned a lot from the plot! I learned a lot about Tiger Conservation, poaching and also about India which was pretty amazing! I liked the two different storylines but I got slightly confused at times with Ash'd but I really enjoyed Sally's! The characters were very likable as well! Sally Carter and Ash Bhosle were the main characters of Black Tiger and I really liked the both of them! Sally was realistic and she stood up for what she believed in even if she was in a different country! Ash was so cute and you could tell that he had feelings for Sally! Ash and Sally as a couple were so amazing as well! There were so many other lovely characters in this book as well who really helped Sally and Ash out! The cover really suits the story and also I love that Greta is donating all the profits from this book to the David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation! Big thank you to Greta for a copy of Black Tiger!
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Greta van der Rol loves writing science fiction with a large dollop of good old, healthy romance. Black Tiger is a slight departure from her usual genre, because it's contemporary and paranormal., but, like her other books, it's fast-paced and action-packed. She lives not far from the coast in Queensland, Australia and enjoys photography and cooking when she isn't bent over the computer. She has a degree in history and a background in building information systems, both of which go a long way toward helping her in her writing endeavors.
She also has a love for animals and nature, which is why all profits from the sales of Black Tiger will go to the David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation to help tiger conservation.
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