ARC review: Tiger's Daughter by Jennifer Ashley

The mate bond has never been this strong …

Connor Morrissey hits his Transition—hard—and Shiftertown braces for chaos. His transformation into a fully adult Shifter comes early and is lightning fast, heightened by Connor’s very special heritage. Connor spirals out of control, ready to fight for his place in the hierarchy, and his instincts tell him his place is very high.

Only the touch of Tiger-girl cuts across Connor’s pain …

She’s there for him, beautiful, powerful, but a fish out of water, struggling to makes sense of the real world. As Tiger’s daughter, she’s more than an ordinary Shifter, inheriting Tiger’s strength and intelligence in addition to the enhancements the Shifter Bureau black ops team made to her in secret.

Then Connor is captured by those who will use him to enhance their own power. Tiger-girl knows the mate bond is forming between them—losing Connor will tear her apart. But can she risk being found by those who want to turn Tiger-girl into the most deadly Shifter of all time?

Now Tiger-girl must choose between her safety or exposing her whereabouts to free him …
I don't know about you but I've been waiting for this story for what seems like forever. Okay, I've been waiting for Connor's story for what seems like forever. Tiger girl is a newer character in the shifter series. 

You meet Conner early on in the series and fall for him. You get to watch him grow up thought-out the books and become a man. I know in this shifter story he didn't become a man till his story but you know what I mean. He's now in the shifter's world considered a man. 

Like most of her books, Tiger's Daughter starts out with a bit of action with Conner becoming a man and then being taken. Poor Tiger girl has spent most of her life being treated badly now she has to show those who will treat her badly again where she is to save her mate. 

So much happens in this story that is important to the series. I felt like I was on the edge of my seat throughout the story. I spent it either being worried for my shifters or cheering them on. I believe Tiger's Daughter is important to the series as he tells us a little bit more of what's bad out there. It gives you those moments of "I get it now" and causes you to want more. 

You'll love both Connor and Tiger Girl and what they can be together. They are strong on their own but together they are a force. This was the perfect way to enjoy their story. 

Yes, you can read it as a standalone but I would go back to the beginning and really get a feel for how badly the shifters have been treated by both humans and fey. The perfect series to enjoy your summer with. 


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