Saloni, a member of the sisterhood of
Wakened Veils, has just been put on trial because she wanted
revenge on the man who left her pregnant without a backwards
glance. Found guilty, her punishment is to be locked into a
cell with the man responsible for her hate, Rahul, a were
Rahul is furious! He has a fiancťe and is
supposed to be married! He canít possibly be sentence to be
locked up for a month with the woman he used to love.
Two hundred years ago their secret affair
resulted in a forbidden pregnancy that ended in a
miscarriage. Not only that but the midwife made Saloni into a
vampire. It was the knowledge of Rahulís upcoming nuptials
that turned Saloniís love into rage. This is all a front
because during her trial Saloni was given the choice to watch
Rahulís execution of tell the entire truth of those rough days
in which she blamed him for something that occurred of which
he had no knowledge.
Intrigued about the plot of a were tiger
and vampire, I enjoyed Caged with a the Tiger.
Both characters were victims of bad luck and I love that they
were locked together with no hope of escape because it made
them talk with each other so that their differences might be
Kate Hillís shape shifters are unlike any
I have ever read. She isnít afraid to make them earthy and
somewhat hard. She focused on misconstrued feelings tangled
emotions with Caged with the Tiger. This story
just worked for me and I am looking forward to reading more
novels penned by this author.