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    Trouble any tiger would be happy to handle.

    If her twin is catastrophe, then Teena is trouble. The one thing Teena doesn’t want to be though is second choice. A very russian siberian tiger, Dimitri has his head set on creating his very own dynasty of tigrons. When all of his efforts to claim Teena’s sister, Meena met with failure and he realized just how unsuited they were, he was so ready to move on… that is until he caught a gander at her identical twin… a twin that is everything Meena wasn’t. Dimitri has every intention of claiming this beauty for his very own. But that claiming may just take a bit more time than he had planned when he and his very virginal mate are hijacked, their plane crashes and they are on their own in the bitter cold of the mountains of Russia with hunters on their tail. A Tiger’s Bride has all the comical levity typical of any book by Ms. Langlais but this one has just a touch more suspense. I totally loved it. If there is one thing I wasn’t happy about, it was finding out this is the end of the Lion’s Pride series. I can’t help but see the possibilities this group of hunters presents… perhaps Ms. Langlais will pursue the idea. I sure hope so. *****Reviewed for Xtreme-Delusions*****

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    Absolutely LOVE this book

    this along with the other books in the series, was absolutely WONDERFUL, I can't wait to read more. Hope more books are released soon.

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    A Tiger's Bride

    Loved it! It's funny & quirky like all of Eve's books. Have fun reading it!! It does help to read the series in order.

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    Crazy wonderful shifter romance

    I loved this story. It is part of a series, and it is more fun to read after reading the other stories, but it could be read standalone. The hero is a Russian siberian tiger shifter. He had previously decided to marry a lion shifter that he was very attracted to. He had kidnapped her and tried to force her to marry him, but she escaped and found her true mate in the last story. Because they are nice, the tiger shifter was invited to the wedding, where he meets the lady lion's twin sister and realizes she is his true mate. She wonders the same thing, but doesn't get much time to talk to him, because the family is "protecting" her. These two sisters are both great. They have the knicknames of "catastrophe" and "trouble" because bad luck seems to follow them. The heroine of this story is "trouble"--for example, walking down the aisle as her sisters Maid of Honor, she trips, breaks her heel, and has to walk the rest of the way carrying her shoes. The great thing about the tiger shifter is that he likes trouble as much as he likes the lady lion called "trouble." It's a good thing, because there is a lot of excitement and some crazy hi-jinks.

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    A Tiger's Bride

    Another great read from Canadian author Eve Langlais. If your looking for laughter, adventure and crazy shifters then this is the book for you. Our heroine may get into trouble just by existing but our hero thinks it's just a part of who she is and that it happens at the most fortunate times to aid him when things are going wrong. Hope we see some of the supporting characters in later books because a couple of them desire their own happy ever afters.

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