Back in Oregon, Kelsey tries to pick up the pieces of her life and push aside her feelings for Ren. But danger lurks around the corner, forcing her to return to India where she embarks on a second quest - this time with Ren's dark, bad-boy brother Kishan, who has also fallen prey to the Tiger's Curse. Fraught with danger, spellbinding dreams, and choices of the heart, Tiger's Quest brings the trio one step closer to breaking the spell that binds them.
©2011 Colleen Houck (P)2011 Audible, Inc.
"Forget vampires and werewolves, tigers are the new hottest thing. The second book in Houck's Tiger's Curse series features a love triangle, passion and nonstop action. It's a guaranteed page-turner with a huge twist at the end that will leave you breathless." (RT Book Reviews)
Just A little bibliophile!
My fondness for this story could be compared with the unconditional love you have for that very important or special person in your life - because you take them flaws included. The overall storyline and the characters are the strong aspects that keep me (you) with this story. The actual writing itself is up and down with it's stronger scenes and then weaker points, unfortunately not consistent throughout. The author shows definite potential and artistry in some scenes, while others may make you go "really?" and shake your head, feeling like you are being asked to suspend-disbelief, but not in the positive, fictional sense, but only in the sense of "no one would ever really do that"..for the main character's response, or more accurately lack of response, in some situations. In this installment, we have the brief satisfaction of a reunion, then trouble arises, characters are separated again, and we find Kelsey off on a quest/adventure with Kishan. The development of their friendship/relationship is a fun ride. This story makes a great audio experience, though. The narration is good, in my mind Annika Boras comes alive as Kelsey and is quite convincing. She does a good job of conveying her emotions and confusion. Not to mention I must say Ren is a pleasure to "listen to".
This book was an awesome follow up to the first book. I kept my attention well. I swear this book is almost 3 parts put into 1! Excellent series
I downloaded Tiger's Curse first because of all the positive reviews I read here about it. I was very glad I did. Although, Im in my 40's, and these books may be geared more for the young adult, I was thrilled with the story and really connected with the characters.
Finishing the first I immediately downloaded Tiger's Quest and was still very pleased with the story, characters, and action.
The third book, Tiger's Voyage is due to be released November 2011 and I can hardly wait.
Try them, you won't regret it.
Annika Boras also made this a great listen, she does a wonderful job and brings a true voice to each character.
Wife to a wonderful husband and mother to four children, ages 17 to 9 (boys and girls). My husband and I are avid audiobook listeners along with all the kids. Between all of us we have a very eclectic library and try to rate or review as many books as we can.
Sequel to Tiger???s Curse (read my review), this book takes off where the last one left you!!! The writing only gets better and the plot thickens??? This is a must read for those who love action, adventure, foreign places, and a little romance. My whole family loves this series and we can???t wait for the next one to be released.
Awesome, gripping, emotional
Kelsey's valentine date with Ren, Kishan's confession, Ren's goodbye to Kelsey, the ending
No favorite, loved the whole thing
The reader is awesome. Love her and how she brings the characters to life with her different voices.
One of the most original and interesting story lines in years. I actually listened to the first 2 books after reading them several years ago. This story is a little slow getting started but the last 3/4 of first book and following 3 books are so good, its worth the slow character development up front.
I mix my books from serious to SEALs to fantasy. This was a light book which I enjoyed and would recommend.
I'm a stay at home mom,even if she's 16 now. When I discovered Audible it was like discovering love :-) I love Audible. demonsangel
Kelsey returns back to Oregon but she can't turn her feelings off for the white tiger turned man named Ren even after dating several guys. Ren moves to Oregon and buys a home right beside Kelsey. He tells her he wants to try this dating thing but he wants her to continue going out on dates with other men. He wants Kelsey to choose him but he decides to let the best man win. Kelsey finally tells Ren its him, she chooses him. Danger lurks and Kishan, Ren's brother comes to help watch over her. One night they realize they had to leave. Ren ends up getting left behind so Kishan coulld get Kelsey away and free. They return to India but to Kelsey's dismay without her beloved Ren. They can't find Ren anywhere so Kishhan goes on the journeys she must take. With every place they go it takes her closer to breaking the curse on both brothers.
I love that there are princes and tigers. Very good!
She sounded down to earth, just like Kelsey. :)
Makes me laugh alot! And sad about the relationships.... I love Ren!
Very good book and I liked the reader, but she spoke so slowly. When I sped it up it was too fast LOL! But this book is WAY too good to worry about it. :D
I have a 40 minute commute each way and with out Audible, I'd go crazy! My fav genre is fantasy and I love a great series!
I got this book based on other reviews and was not disapointed. Exclellent narration and a good overall story. Got the 2nd and 3rd books and they get even better! Loving this series!
Annika Boras needs to be commended for her narration of this book, I loved it but I'm so disappointed that I don't know when book 4 will be available on audible!!!!!!!!
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