Title: Tiger’s Voyage
Author: Colleen Houck
Series: The Tiger Saga
Previous Books in the Series:
1. Tiger’s Curse
2. Tiger’s Quest
Date Started: January 25
Date Finished: February 1
Format: ebook from the digital library
After rescuing the love of her life from the clutches of her worst enemy, Kelsey’s world has been turned upside down again when she realizes that Ren doesn’t remember who she is and doesn’t feel anything towards her except annoyance. After having a small pity party for herself, though, she comes back stronger than ever and determined to only be friends with Ren since that was how they started the last time. He agrees to her plan and things become easier between them as they, Mr. Kadam and Kishan go on the lookout for the third sacrifice to Durga.
But this one is different than the others. This one has many more challenges that center around the most mythical creature of all. Dragons. Apparently, there are five of them and to get the third sacrifice – Durga’s Necklace – they’re going to not only learn how to dive but implore the help of these legendary beasts. Along the way, wills will be tested, love will flourish and hearts will break (multiple times), and their lives will be put on the line.
There’s good news and there is bad news with this book. The good news is I had a lot of emotions while reading this book. The bad news is because I was reading this book at work and there were a lot of times where I gasped, teared, laughed, etc. out loud a lot of people at work now think that I am crazy. Whoops. Oh, well. But I couldn’t help myself between Ren and Kelsey basically starting over again, and realizing that Ren has some kind of aversion to Kelsey where he can’t touch her for prolonged periods of time without being comfortable, but them trying a relationship again anyway, and then him dumping her when he couldn’t administer CPR to save her life, and then getting his memories back (Jeez, this sentence is really long) and realizing his feelings for her all along, this book was an emotional roller coaster for my feels. I swear, I wouldn’t be surprised if I had emotional whiplash for as many times as Houck played with them.
Emotional rides aside, this book was another action-packed adventure that left me on the edge of my seat a few times. Not to mention that cliffhanger of an ending. It’s a good thing I checked out not only book 3 but book 4 too, or else!
Final Rating: 5 out of 5 stars. I loved this book so much, I was glad it was one of the longer ones in the series. Now, excuse me while I go find out what the hell is going on in book 4.
Bookshelf worthy? Ice tunnels? That’s a new one…but somehow very creative…