Book Reviews of Burning Tigress (Tigress, Bk 4)

Burning Tigress (Tigress, Bk 4)
Burning Tigress - Tigress, Bk 4
Author: Jade Lee
ISBN-13: 9780843956887
ISBN-10: 0843956887
Publication Date: 5/30/2006
Pages: 337
Rating:
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.
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3.5 stars, based on 53 ratings
Publisher: Leisure
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Helpful Score: 3
A different sort of romance. I found it enjoyable, but got a little tired of the story which seemed to really drag on in spots. The ending also tied up some (but not all) story threads so suddenly it seemed forced.
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Erotic, rich read.
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Always a sexy read.
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Good read!
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My first Jade Lee book... and it won't be my last. :)
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Good book.
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Better entry in the series.
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Charlotte wicks wanted more running her parents Shanghai household and caring for her sick brother was necessary drudgery but a true 19th century woman deserved something deeper her body cried out for it,Through a Taoist method her friend joanna craned had reached heaven on earth become a Tigress found true bliss why should cahrlotte be denied the same she'd seen the scrolls all she needed was guidance her mother would call her wanton wicked she would label charlotte's curiosity evil and invoke divine judgment certainly the teacher charlotte desired was fearsome glimpses of his body inspired awe flutters in the stomach and tingling in her core and with the dark command she saw in his eyes this door thta they opened might never be closed the man had a reputation among the females of the city as a ruthless seducer .