Review: Burned in Shadows by Tigris Eden

Posted October 11, 2013 by Sherri in Erotic Romance, Paranormal Romance, Reviews / 3 Comments

Review: Burned in Shadows by Tigris Eden
Burned in Shadows by Tigris Eden
Series: Shadow Unit #2
Genres: Erotic Romance, Paranormal, Romance
Published by Kats Kreative Ideas on July 29, 2013
Format: Ebook
Pages: 280
Source: Author

Also in this series: Enslaved in Shadows
Purchase Links: Amazon
Book Links: Goodreads
Overall Rating:

Book Description:

Book Description:
Royce Zarides has accepted his hand dealt by fate. He's loved and left far too many women. In the bedroom that is. But one kiss from Belinda Raine Ignis was all it took for his eyes to open. Is she really the woman meant for him and his brother Ronin? Or will history only repeat itself? That's the million dollar question he doesn't want to answer.

Ronin does not believe that Belinda is for him and his brother. But one night with her isn't enough. Even when he sees her for who and what she really is, Ronin still has a hard time expressing his emotions where Belinda is concerned, and time is running out now that she's to ascend to the status of Matria of the Phoenix Enclave.

Belinda (Bells) Ignis is good at ignoring men. She's had her share of heartache. Jilted at the altar by her first love, she's sworn all men off for good. Her mother and Matria of her community has other plans in mind, as well as the Zarides brothers. When faced with the heated glances of Ronin and the smooth tongue of Royce, what's a girl to do?

The clock is ticking down for certain members of the Shadow Unit. Draven assumed dead, leaves a sour taste in every ones mouth. Jes' new found abilities make for a great addition to the team. But when things seem to settle, they only get worse, as the team sets out to discover the origins of Mr. Black and the notorious Red Sun Organization. Secrets are uncovered and deals are made that result in a deadly blow to all involved.


Lynn’s Review:
This story is told in parts.

Ronin and Royce are searching for their mate.  They are twins that are different as night and day.  Jesminda’s husband appears to be missing.  The brothers are going on a mission and have offered to train Belinda “Bells” Raine Ignis.  Mr. Black comes to the “party” to come get someone.  What an interesting way to start our story – lots of action right from the start.

Jes has some interesting changes that have taken place once she comes into contact with Mr. Black.  Can you imagine being able to have abilities that others don’t?  What special ability would you like to have and why?

Our twins aren’t the vanilla kind of guys – they like things a little more rough.  They need the right kind of woman to love.  The woman has to be able to handle not one but two men.  Bells not your ordinary woman either.  If you like tattoos, she has one that’s quite unique – I’ll let you discover what it is on your own.

Tigris puts a lot of twists and turns in this tale.  It’s almost like reading a movie – as you read, the story plays out in your mind.  It’s not a story that can be rushed.  If you try to you might miss something important.  You can’t go skipping around trying to find the sex scenes.  That’s not what’s important here.  This is the story of the Shadow Unit.  The romance is just icing on the cake – the paranormal is what carries the story here.

This is almost like getting two books for the price of one – we have two stories to read.  They interchange but you won’t be confused as to whom you’re reading about.  But I do recommend not trying to read this book first.  Jesminda’s story is told in book one and things will be a lot clearer if you read Enslaved in Shadows first.

Tigris includes a Glossary so if you have any questions about some of the things you’re reading about.  She also includes a Playlist – not too many authors do that for you so you may want to check it out.  With Halloween just around the corner, what better way for you to celebrate that holiday but with some good stories that are going to get your blood pumping. (Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds from Romance Reader Enthusiast)

3 responses to “Review: Burned in Shadows by Tigris Eden

  1. Tina B

    Great review!
    I completely agree with you about reading the first book before this one. It gives a better look into Jes & Draven.
    I am intrigued by the secondary characters as well. 🙂
    Thank you for sharing your thoughts.

  2. Tigris Eden

    Thank you for the awesome review! I’m glad you enjoyed the story… And I love how you compared it to a movie! Awesomeness! Thanks again!