Dorchester Publishing/Leisure Books
Date: December 2003
Reviewed: Advance Review Copy
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Faith V. Smith
Notes: Explicit Sexual Content
Tiger And The Tomb
By Bonnie Vanak
the eye of the tiger in Ms. Vanek’s historical tale of a Khamsin
desert warrior and his future bride.
is stunned when she gets her first glimpse of Ramses, a Khamsin
Wind Warrior who is renown for his reputation with women. His proud
carriage, handsome looks and superb body only emphasize that fact
when he turns his seductive charm on her. Katherine believes beneath
the pleasing wrapper, there lurks a tiger that can tear her to shreds
and when he catches her in the act of thievery. She is sure of it.
is amazed when the exotic beauty attempts to steal a map of a gold
mine and his ancestors’ final resting place. Instead of slaying
her as the law decrees, he finds himself fascinated with Katherine,
a fascination that he must forget, because he is betrothed to an
English maiden and he must honor his vow.
With her own unwanted marriage
looming on the horizon, Katherine vows to forget the warrior, a
vow she can’t keep when he is injured. His caring attitude
as he recovers is a balm to her heart and she vows she will give
herself only to him.
and Ramses both seek ways to escape their own problems. Both the
lady and the tiger find they are being drawn closer together as
their hearts, bodies and souls recognize that they are two halves
of a whole. Ms. Vanek blends cultural facts, historical myths and
love in a wonderful and seductive novel of romance.