Book Reviews of Bride Of The Tiger (Silhouette Intimate Moments, No 192)

Bride Of The Tiger (Silhouette Intimate Moments, No 192)
Bride Of The Tiger - Silhouette Intimate Moments, No 192
Author: Heather Graham Pozzessere
ISBN-13: 9780373071920
ISBN-10: 0373071922
Publication Date: 5/1987
Pages: 251
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 3 ratings
Publisher: Silhouette Books
Book Type: Paperback
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A nice quick read. Some intrique, some romance. Same high quality Heather always creates.
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Excellent read.
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From the National Bestselling Author of SLOW BURN and EYES OF FIRE
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i liked it.
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Rafe needed answers. Two year before, Rafe's brother had been lured into danger by Tara's beauty and bewitching magic and he disappeared. Now Rage had to know what had really happened to him. Was he alive or dead? Rafe could only find out by being as ruthless as he believed Tara had been. But Tara wanted answers too. For two years she hidden from the world--away from the scandal, the accusations, the painful uncertainty. Now, the tiger was out of the jungle and she had to face him head-on.
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From the cover: "Rafe Tler needed answers. Two years before, Rafe's borther had been lured into danger by Tara Hill's ethereal beauty and bewitching magic. And he'd disappeared. Now Rafe had to know what had really happened to him. Was he alive or dead? Rafe could only find out by being ruthless as he believed Tara had been."