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A Slow Burn by Tigris Eden
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May 11, 2014

it was amazing


A Slow Burn: A Red Hot and Boom! Story (Stories from Beauville)

Tigris Eden (Author), Red Hot and Boom! (Author), Danielle Romero (Editor)

Read the ‘product description’ for details of the book, as they provide a precise and brief synopsis of the story; this review is solely used to express my opinion of the authors and book…

If wishes were power and dreams came true, I believe Beauville and the characters found residing there would truly exist. Tigris Eden, along with the Red Hot and Boom! Authors do a wonderful job with this introductory book containing Annabelle and Jackson’s romantic beginnings.

With plenty of suggested plot twists and romance aplenty it looks as though Tigris’s venture into contemporary romance novels is going to be a guaranteed success. Thoroughly enjoyable and extremely easy to read while maintaining a wonderfully entertaining story line, the characters are the everyday folk the reader can associate with; no one is perfect but instead live their lives in their own way.

Not what you would expect from Tigris Eden, genre wise, but written in the wonderfully inventive and descriptive fashion that fans of the author will identify with. Containing the usual creatively written, believable characters that the reader will become emotionally attached with while reading this book.




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