Daniel Borowkowski is a tracker and enforcer of tiger shifter law. He is at present more interested in saving Sarah Shu from doing something that that will push her life in a bad direction.
Williams, a human, tortured and killed female tiger shifter Su-jin. Su-jin was Sarah's best friend. Sarah and Su-jin's brother Joseph vowed to avenge Su-jin's death, even at the cost of their own lives. Tiger shifter law forbids the killing of humans especially in tiger form. The penalty is the death of anyone who breaks this law. Can Daniel protect the woman he loves even from herself? Can Sarah let man who tortured and killed her best friend get away with it? Can she give up Daniel, the man she loves for the sake of revenge? What happens when the killer decides to go after them?
I was surprised to find out how much I enjoyed Kat Simmons work when I read Alexis Tarasova's and Victor Romanov's story in Once Upon A Tiger. Her strong characters and shifter characters drew me to her work. After reading book one I was more than happy to find she had a second book out in her Tiger Shifter series. I found Along Came a Tiger was just as a well done. It’s a story with memorable characters and a storyline that keeps you glued to your seat from beginning to end.
If you have not read book one, do not worry because Along Came a Tiger can easily be read as a standalone book. There are mentions of Alexis and Victor from book one, but it does not confuse the reader with details from the preceding book. I do recommend reading Once Upon a Tiger because it was such a well written and enjoyable story as well. I am looking forward to the third book coming in the fall of 2014, Here There Be Tigers.
If you like paranormal romances dealing with shifters then you are going to love Kat Simmons' Along Came a Tiger.
Go and pick up a copy today and start a new journey with some new shifter friends.
Never kill a human.
Daniel Borowski, Tracker and enforcer of tiger shifter law, faces an impossible choice when the woman he loves is set on breaking one of their people’s most fundamental rules—don’t kill humans. Daniel’s own sense of justice cries out for the life of the man who murdered one of their own, but killing him—especially in tiger form—is an automatic death sentence. Daniel loves Sarah too much to allow her to throw her life away for revenge. But preventing her from killing could cost him any chance at a future with her.
Her soul demands blood.
Sarah Chu never imagined losing her best friend so young and in such a gruesome way. Until then, she was focused on her career as a genetics researcher and trying to get pregnant during the Mate Run so she could be with the man she loves. After her friend’s murder, Sarah can think of little beyond ripping the man responsible to pieces. So when Daniel stops her from taking her revenge, anger and frustration make her lash out at him even as the chemistry between them roars through her. If she kills the human, she’ll sacrifice the life she imagined with Daniel. If she lets the human go, she’s not sure she’ll be able to live with herself.
Justice will come at a price.
To protect Sarah, Daniel will do whatever it takes, including finding another way to get justice. Even that might not be enough for her, though. But when the murderer comes after them, intend on torture and death, Daniel and Sarah will have to choose…destroy the killer or protect their own future. Because they can’t have both.