Like the Siberian tiger he can transform into, Maks Altán is a strong, ferocious fighter who's incredibly protective of his Sentinel kin. But thanks to a debilitating injury, he feels anything but fierce. That is, until he is sent to guard Katie Maddox, a gorgeous healer who awakens a dangerous lust within him. Problem is, in the shifter world, Katie's deer alter ego is easy prey - and much too tempting for Maks.
As unnamed danger lurks just beyond her awareness, Katie has doubts - about her abilities, her role in the Sentinels and the strange desire she feels toward her new protector. But somehow, the wounded predator and his wary prey must ignore their instincts, their fears and their dangerous attraction to each other in order to defeat their common enemy!
I would have liked to have given this four or even five stars as it may have deserved them but it is obviously the third or fourth Book in a series so the basic history and aims of The Sentinels have been lost. The plot refers to past characters and events and it gives criptic words to things that I didn't understand the meaning of but would have done so If I had heard the previous books so, unfortunately, it loses it's full potential as half of the book was foreign to me.
Worth of credit? Well, whilst this is an enjoyable paranormal Romance and it has possibilities, it is nearly impossible to follow well, and is not a good stand alone book, so I would suggest waiting until the previous books are released before purchasing this one so it would have to be a No, definitely not yet.
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This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?
Storyline not bad. Would like to know how the deer and tiger end up. Just not sure about all the other stuff. Got a bit lost in some of the new descriptive words for the two warring factions. Not sure who would be a good target audience.
Has Sentinels: Tiger Bound turned you off from other books in this genre?
No. Paranormal romance is good.
Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Dina Pearlman?
Not sure. Narrator wasn't bad, but sometimes you couldn't tell if the characters were talking or just thinking. Book jumped around too much for my taste.
What character would you cut from Sentinels: Tiger Bound?
Not sure. Only made it half way through. I may try to go back and finish but it is unlikely.