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  • Prohibition Era fun

    I’m a sucker for this era and Hawk’s twists to add a fantasy element are wonderful. The love story is believable and solid, even as it incorporates the past injuries of both Sam and Alistair. Really looking forward to the sequel. This was my first Jordan L. hawk book and reading the others set in the same world was not required to fully live in this one. That said, I will definitely be seeking out the others in order to continue to visit here.

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  • Brilliant intro to author's great Hexworld AU

    WOW! Just WOW! WOW! and WOW! again. Okay, now that I got that out of my system, I can continue. Blind Tiger ticks so many of my boxes: Historical✅ Post-WW1✅ 1920s✅ Prohibition✅ Chicago(Upper Midwest so it's sorta local-ish)✅ Paranormal/Supernatural✅ Romance✅ Friendship✅ Witches/Familiars✅ Mob✅ Mystery✅ Mayhem/Danger✅ Opposites Attract✅ It may seem there is almost too many boxes ticked but the author blends them all together perfectly. Jordan L Hawk has not only started a new series but made it a spin-off(or next generation style) of one of my favorites, Hexworld. For those who have already read the Hexworld series, you know how amazing the world building is, taking a historical setting and making witchcraft and their familiars a known element, they don't have to hide who they are because the world knows, history incorporates paranormal as part of it's reality. To me that's harder than keeping the paranormal world a secret, blending the two to make an alternate universe or timeline. Genius! Now having mentioned Hexworld and that The Pride is kind of a spin-off, don't think you have to read Hexworld first because even though it's the same universe, the same alternate reality, you won't be lost, you won't be left wondering "how did this happen?" "why does this work?". The author lays it all out for you but be warned, if Blind Tiger is your introduction to the Hexworld universe, you will want to go back and read it as well, this AU is addictive. Now let's talk Alistair and Sam. Opposites attract probably puts it pretty mildly, completely different backgrounds and ways of life but once they lock eyes, you just know nothing is ever going to be the same for either. There were so many times I wanted to smack Alistair for not being open to the possibilities of happiness but also I wanted to give Sam a good shake to erase the self-doubt that often crept in usually in the form of his family's voices. Truth is there is probably just as many times that I wanted to wrap them both up in Mama Bear Hugs and tell them everything is going to be okay. For me, those warring emotions inside of me is what told me this is a journey worth reading and that their chemistry is off the charts. And where would 1920's Prohibition be without a little murder? The mystery is the element that pulls everything together, brings(or perhaps "keeps") Sam into Alistair's world. They mystery may be secondary plot-wise to Sam and Alistair's journey but it is what weaves everything together and kept me guessing till the reveal. I think I'm going to stop there before I'm tempted to give too much away. I'll just end by saying the blending of all the boxes I ticked earlier make Blind Tiger pop! I was not only sucked into the story and didn't want to put it down but I felt I was right there in the Gatti's club, The Pride and witnessing it unfold right next to me. Another brilliant bit of storytelling from an amazing author. Jordan L Hawk has brought another winner to the table.

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