Princess Adama Fawkes is the
pampered and utterly enchanting heir to the throne of Lyros.
It is while attending a ball in which her mother, the Queen,
tries very hard not to be obvious about her search for a
suitable husband for Adama, that she sees him for the first
time. The Tiger. Tengri Khan, the prince of the Tarks. A
warrior unlike any other, Adama is at once fascinated and
thrilled by the attention he bestows on her. When he asks her
to dance and she accepts, she had no idea how much her life
will change from that moment forward.
Khan is used to everyone doing exactly what he wants, when he
wants. Seeing Adama across the crowded ballroom, he knows
without a doubt that he had found his first wife. Much to his
consternation, Adama isnít at all as thrilled with the
prospect as he is. It seems the Tiger now has a she cat to
tame, and tame her he will.
finding and reading new authors. With The Tiger,
Camryn Cutler has penned a novel of exquisite passion and
poignant emotions. While some scenes in the book are not for
the faint of heart, the tale would not be the same without
them. The Tiger takes place in the desert and
as such, the reader is fully immersed in a story of one man
and the woman he loves. A man that demands respect and
complete obedience. A man that a woman would follow into
death if asked. It is also the story of one womanís strength
and love for such a man.
what I would find within the pages of this book, I can
honestly say that I hated to see The Tiger come
to a close. Thank goodness there is to be a continuation of
Adamaís story in a second book, one that I suddenly find
myself craving above all others. For a first publication,
Camryn Cutler has penned an outstanding novel in The
Tiger and I want to be the first to admit that I
HAVE to read the next installment.