Library Review: Tiger Magic by Jennifer Ashley

Posted March 19, 2015 by Felicia S in 2015 Read, 4.75 Wine Glasses, Reviews, Snagged @ The Library / 16 Comments

Library Review: Tiger Magic by Jennifer AshleySource: Library Borrowed

Format: Paperback

Tiger Magic by Jennifer Ashley

Date Read: January 2015

Genre: PNR, Romance

He was once a captive, but his urges were never caged. Now he’ll release them on a beautiful stranger whose own secret desires are longing to be sated…

He doesn’t have a name. He doesn’t have a clan. The humans who held him prisoner for forty years have taken them away. He knew nothing but captivity until nearly a year ago, when he was released into the light. Now Tiger lives in the Austin Shiftertown, where he struggles to belong and searches for an identity.

Carly Randal thinks her fabulous life is complete—until her car breaks down on the side of the road, and a wild-looking Shifter is the only one to help her. Tiger takes one look at Carly and knows instantly—she will be his mate. As Carly is drawn into his Shifter world, she risks everything she has for that forbidden something she still wants: passionate love.

More Information:
Publisher: Berkley
Series: Shifters Unbound #5

Also by this author: The Madness of Lord Ian Mackenzie, Lady Isabella's Scandalous Marriage, The Many Sins of Lord Cameron, The Duke's Perfect Wife, A Mackenzie Family Christmas: the Perfect Gift
Also in this series: Pride Mates, Primal Bonds, Bodyguard, Mate Claimed, Wild Cat

Snagged at the Library Review


JUST A NOTE: These are books that I have Snagged @ The Library . Some of the reviews will be long and others will just be quick thoughts on the story.

Read for Fun (Library)
Overall Rating: 4.75
Story Rating: 4.50
Character Rating: 5.00

First Thought when Finished:Tiger Magic by Jennifer Ashley was my favorite in the series so far!

Quick Thoughts: There wasn’t a part of Tiger Magic that I didn’t enjoy. Great characters? Check! Great action? Check! A couple I could root for? Check! Tiger was just a character that I loved. I have to admit I wasn’t sure since he was more connected to his Tiger side than his human but it worked. Just all around good times!

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Overall Rating
4.5 / 5
Story Rating
4.5 / 5
Character Rating
4.5 / 5
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16 responses to “Library Review: Tiger Magic by Jennifer Ashley

  1. This is my first time hearing about this series (I think) but I have to admit I’m curious about these type of exotic shifter romances. I’m gonna have to look into find a copy of book one at MY library 😀

  2. This was almost heartbreaking to read at times, when Tiger finally described even a small portion of the hell he had lived through to Carly it made me ill. I know these are make believe characters in a make believe world but it still bothers me as much as real life situations do because even though this is an entertaining series it also touches on harsher aspects of things that no one should have to go through, in real life or in fantasy.

    • YES I cried a few times during this story. She dos such a good job with balance but this one was darker than some of the others. It totally fit the story too! I just broke for Tiger.

  3. I like Jennifer Ashley’s historical romances, but for some reason I haven’t read her PNR series. I have heard only good things, and I’m sure someday I’ll binge on them, but it won’t be anytime soon. I’m still a bit burned regarding PNRs. I’m glad you loved it though.

    • It is a lot like her historicals in character writing. They are a bit damaged and she deals with very hard subjects. I do that and burn out on things. I have moved on from PNR to horror and mystery right now. I just have to go with my mood.

  4. I haven’t read any of the books in this series, do you think I’d be fine starting with this one? I know each features a different couple, but sometimes there’s backstory in a previous book. I definitely want to give this a try! I haven’t read about too many tiger shifters:)