Wednesday, November 8, 2017

Title: A Tiger's Tale
Series: Call of the Wilde #2
Author: Laura Morrigan

When a normally mellow tiger at a rescue facility trees a terrified vet, animal behaviorist Grace Wilde needs to use her psychic ability to get to the root of the problem…
A tiger can’t change his stripes—but if his behavior changes suddenly, there’s a reason. So when even-tempered Boris the Siberian tiger goes into attack mode, Grace knows there’s more to the story. Something is agitating the big cat. As she uses her telepathic ability to calm the tiger, she realizes he has witnessed a theft—not of something but of someone. A teenaged volunteer at the animal rescue facility has been taken…kidnapped.
The problem is Brooke Ligner’s parents believe their troubled daughter ran away and Grace can’t exactly reveal her source. Even though sexy cop Kai Duncan is aware of Grace’s secret ability, he can’t initiate an investigation based on the word of a tiger. Now, as Grace searches for solid clues to rescue the missing teen, it’s the human predators she’ll need to watch out for…


Grace is called to help out her friend deal with a tiger that has him trapped. She thinks the tiger was just upset or something, until she gets a memory from the tiger and figures out what sparked the issue. Now, she is bound and determined to figure out who happened to the tiger's friend Brooke, and to figure out what else is going on around here. 

The problem is that she is now bringing in other people who may get caught up in this, and not in a good way. Not to mention that she ends up meeting some very unsavory people who make her look very suspicious. 

This book was okay. I liked Grace and Moss a whole lot. But I got annoyed with how Grace acted at times, and I was a little annoyed with story line as well. 

Other than that it sort of leaves an open ending for the next book to pick up, but I'm not so sure what to think about that. I do enjoy Grace for the most part, and I would like to see this progress so I may keep reading, but this one wasn't as good as the first one. 
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