Sentinels: Tiger Bound (Sentinels #4)
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Sentinels: Tiger Bound (Sentinels #4)

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Like the Siberian tiger he can transform into, Maks Altán is a strong, ferocious fighter who's incredibly protective of his Sentinel kin. But thanks to a debilitating injury, he feels anything but fierce. That is, until he is sent to guard Katie Maddox, a gorgeous healer who awakens a dangerous lust within him. Problem is, in the shifter world, Katie's deer alter ego is ea...more
Paperback, Harlequin Nocturne #142, 288 pages
Published July 24th 2012 by Harlequin
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I received this book through goodreads first reads. I would rate it 3.75.

My review starts with a sound. What is that soft breath of sound? It's low and throaty and the more I read the louder it got. Oh, yes! That's a purr of satisfaction. Or I suppose in this case it's more of a tiger's chuff. Overall this book was enjoyable.

Everyone knows the old adage about the lion and the lamb - well in this case it's more a tiger and a deer - a tiny deer with tusks none the less. (Think small deer with REAL...more
Julie Czerneda
What fun! Durgin is a terrific storyteller, whatever she writes, and her paranormal romances are no exception. Her characters are real, interesting people -- and, naturally, her depictions of their animal natures are utterly convincing.From the tight plot to the hot spots? This is a keeper.
Katie, who is a deer shifter instead of the more typical clawed predator, has downplayed her powers in order to live apart from the Sentinel world, but now that her spidey senses are telling her that something big and bad is looming on the horizon she's having a hard time getting the powers-that-be to take her visions seriously, though they do send her a bodyguard. But not only is tiger-shifting Maks terrifying to her inner-deer, he's just newly back on the job after the attack on headquarters -...more
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Cathy Beckett
The fourth book in Durgin's Sentinels series was a fun quick read. I thoroughly enjoyed this read.

Maks, our hero, is a Siberian tiger shifter. Not only is he a fierce fighter but he is incredibly protective. Maks is suffering from PTSD and an incomplete initiation that has left him unable to function inhospitable human form. He has been sent to investigate some unknown danger in the woods where he grew up.

Katie Rae Maddox is a seer and healer. She has sent a request to Brevis headquarters for he...more
So Maks' problem was that initiation was done too young and didn't take. Ok. Too bad we weren't privy to the conversations after he got reinitiated by the h. There was the implication that there would BE one.

Interesting that a local icehole was used to torment the h. One would think that he'd be wary of her putting HIM down.

Something puzzled me - the bad guy gave off minion vibes in the previous books, yet he's taken over... or gone rogue. Wouldn't that require a backbone? He didn't impress me a...more
Debbie Heaton
In Durgin’s paranormal romance novel, Maks Altan is a strong, very protective, ferocious fighter just like the Siberian tiger he can transform into. Wounded, he is sent to guard Katie Maddox, an attractive healer who awakens a strong lust within him. But she becomes a deer in her alter ego which is prey to his alter ego. Uncertain of her abilities, she also fights the attraction she feels to Maks. But to survive, they must unite and stand together against their enemy.

Hidden inside Mills n Boon's Nocturne label, something I picked up for a journey when I had nothing else to read, this was a surprising mostly well-crafted urban fantasy novel with the merest smattering of the usual romance element this publisher is (sometimes unfairly only) known for. Although some of the dialogue was a bit obscure and occasionally grating, overall it was a good read. Will seek out the others in this series.
Amanda Oscar
By all means my favorite of Doranna Durgin's Sentinel Series! Maks is such the strong, silent type, and deserves to find Katie at just the right time. Doranna also does a wonderful job of giving a twist to it, by the trouble that Maks and Katie encounter in pursuit of their romance. What a protector, and what a great ending! so thrilled yet again at Doranna's writing :)
Maks is a wonderful hero. So strong, but more wounded than even he knows. Katie might seem
like an unlikely match to Maks tiger, but, in her own way she is just as strong. This story
is very well written, fast paced and such a great addition to the series.
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Miniseries: Sentinels
Category: Paranormal Romance
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Doranna responded to all early injunctions to "put down that book/notebook and go outside to play" by climbing trees to read & write. Such quirkiness of spirit has led to an eclectic publishing journey, spanning genres over 30 novels to include mystery, SF/F, action-romance, paranormal,...more
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