Sunday, June 23, 2013

Review: A Tigers' Claim by Lia Davis...3 out of 5 rating...

A Tiger's Claim (Ashwood Falls, #1)
As the Alpha’s only daughter Shayna Andrews has always been treated like a rare gem, protected like royalty, and she’s suffocating. Her longing to be independent has driven her to sneak out one evening after dinner. After relishing in being able to run free without an escort, she finds herself face-to-face with the enemy, miles from home, and nearly loses her life until a lone wolf comes to her aid.

Travis Hunter’s main objective is to destroy the Onyx Pack—a group of drug using, murdering rogue shifters. His seek-and-destroy plans are put on hold when he rescues a female from a brutal attack. The beautifully exotic tiger shifter, Shayna, stirs a passion he thought died with his long-lost mate.

When Shay’s first heat cycle slams into her, Travis has no choice but to submit to her needs—and his own. But there is always a price to sleeping with the Pack princess. Not only will he have to face her Pack, Shay and Travis will now have to deal with that fact that their mating is beyond a simple night and could have consequences more than either of them had thought. And when Travis finds out Shay wears the enemy’s brand, things will go from bad to worse.

Warning: One alpha female who doesn't take no for an answer, a wolf with more on the line than just his heart, and a combustible attraction that's sure to cause more than one sweaty night.
Shay caught my attention in Winter Eve and I was hoping that she would get her own story.  Shay and Travis were so cute together especially with Josie.  I liked how Travis instantly knew that Shay was his mate but it took Shay a little longer to accept it. I also liked how easily Shay and Josie formed a bond together. It was so funny how afraid Shay was of introducing Travis to Keegan and Blaine. 

A Tigers' claim was a good read and even though I enjoyed it, I had trouble connecting with the characters (except for Blaine and Cam) in the way that I wanted to. I didn't feel like they drew me into the story enough. I liked them and was interested in their HEA but wasn't in LOVE with them like I wanted to be. I am hoping that changes in Cam and Blaine's book. I cannot wait to read their story. 

***Copy provided by Lia Davis ~ Thank you!




  1. Great review. It is hard when you can not connect with the characters like you want to. Still glad you enjoyed it.