Wednesday, August 22, 2018

#BookReview – ‘Tempting the Tiger’ by Sennah Tate


Sarah is more than just a curvy, book-obsessed librarian… she’s a lady with secrets. Magical secrets that cannot be revealed, especially to the sexy new Director of her beloved library. She’s got way too much going on in her life to be checking out the boss, much less investigating the strange phone calls he keeps getting that he won't explain…

Sloan has a few furry secrets of his own -- shifting into a tiger, for instance -- but he can’t seem to keep anything from Sarah. The sexy little witch stirs his imagination and fills his dreams. With a lot of flirting and a little time, Sloan’s pretty damn sure he’ll lure Sarah into his bed.

Suddenly Sloan’s loyalties are thrown into question when the interests of the pack involve Sarah’s destruction, and time quickly becomes his enemy. All he wants is to get Sarah to take her hair down, show her how good it can feel to let loose…

Only Sloan might be the one to lose his tightly-held control, and it just might spell disaster for his clan… or his love.


Sarah is a librarian and a witch who cannot control her power. She’s scared of this power and tries her best to keep to herself to not hurt other people. When she meets the new director of the library, her power goes even more out of control because she feels an instant connection to him.
Sloan is a tiger shifter who bought out the library in order to discover if there are ley lines—powerful magical lines that crisscross under the ground beneath the library. If there are ley lines, he and his tiger clan want to control them to fight off the wolf and bear clans.
Sarah is the Guardian of the ley lines but doesn’t know it. Sloan is hell-bent on seducing her to discover if the lines really do exist. In the process, he realizes she’s his mate and must choose whether to obey the tiger clan and do their bidding, or keep Sarah and the library safe.
There were a few typos but I enjoyed the author’s writing style. Unfortunately, I couldn’t connect with either Sarah or Sloan. In my opinion, Sarah was too wishy-washing and Sloan didn’t seem strong enough.
The book didn’t really end on a cliffhanger, but it feels like it did. Even though Sarah gets her power under control and scares off the villain, the bad guy will certainly cause more problems later on. The library and the ley lines are still in danger from the tiger clan, and Sloan could be killed for siding with Sarah and not killing her as he should’ve done. How will all this be resolved? I know there are more books in the series, but I thought this was the only book that focused on Sarah and Sloan.
3 Stars

Disclaimer – I downloaded this book free and volunteered to review it. I am not compensated in any way, shape, or form for this honest review. I will not change or alter this review for any reason unless at my discretion.

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