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Tiger's Voyage: Tiger's Curse: Book Three (English Edition) par [Houck, Colleen]
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Epic, grand adventure rolled into a sweeping love story . . . (Sophie Jordan, author of Firelight)

'Not since the Twilight books has a series gripped me so intensely. Colleen Houck is a natural storyteller, who binds you into her web of adventure, keeping your interest locked all the way through until the end. This book is just as well paced and original as the first two in the series. I don't think you can read this series without falling under this author's spell.' (Serendipity Reviews)

Not since the Twilight books has a series gripped me so intensely. Colleen Houck is a natural storyteller, who binds you into her web of adventure, keeping your interest locked all the way through until the end. This book is just as well paced and original as the first two in the series. I don't think you can read this series without falling under this author's spell. (Serendipity Reviews)

This suspenseful tale of love, sacrifice, and redemption is not to be missed. (overflowinglibrary.com on TIGER'S QUEST)

Colleen Houck is quickly becoming one of my favourite authors . . . If you haven't started this series yet then it's one I would highly recommend. (feelingfictional.com on TIGER'S QUEST)

There is so much going on within each chapter which keeps you rooted to your seat. (serendipityteacher.blogspot.com on TIGER'S QUEST)

I have fallen deeply in love (and lust) with Prince Dhiren (Ren). (eatingyabooks.blogspot.com on TIGER'S CURSE)

If you are a fan of Stephenie Meyer or Amy Plum, you will love Colleen Houck! (thepewterwolf.blogspot.com on TIGER'S CURSE)

It's been a while since I've been THIS excited about a book or a series, but Tiger's Curse really just has it all. (flutteringbutterflies.com)

'I was wrapped up in the sweet romance and heart-pounding adventure of Tiger's Curse. I found myself cheering, squealing and biting my nails - all within a few pages. In short, it was magical.' (Becca Fitzpatrick, author of Hush Hush)

'Entrenched in the rich culture, history, mythology, and imagery of India. The exotic setting only enhances the deliciously romantic scenes. The book is as romantic as it is adventurous. . . it could easily be the next big thing.' (evesfangarden.com on TIGER'S CURSE)

An epic love triangle that kept me eagerly turning the pages! (Alexandra Monir, author of Timeless)

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With the head-to-head battle against the villainous Lokesh behind her, Kelsey confronts a new heartbreak: in the wake of his traumatic experience, her beloved Ren no longer remembers who she is. As the trio continues their quest by challenging five cunning and duplicitous dragons, Ren and Kishan once more vie for her affections - leaving Kelsey more confused than ever. Fraught with danger, filled with magic, and packed with romance, Tiger's Voyage brings Kelsey and her two tiger princes one step closer to breaking the curse.

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  • Editeur : Hodder & Stoughton (10 novembre 2011)
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Ruined by a love triangle 29 octobre 2013
Par Ashley Evans - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
My feelings for Tiger’s Voyage are very similar to my feelings for Tiger’s Quest: UGGGHHH!!

First of all, this book in the series starts reeking of Twilight. We have an annoying love triangle, Ren is in physical pain when he’s near to or touching Kelsey, he decides to leave Kelsey because he “can’t protect her” or “can’t save her” or “might hurt her” or some crap and in order to get Kelsey to take him seriously he has an “I don’t love you” speech, and after Ren’s rejection Kelsey turns to the “second best” option (Kishan), and then there’s the whole thing with every man in the universe drooling over Kelsey — the supposedly ‘plain’ and ‘average’ girl. I feel like the love triangle is completely ruining this series.

Kishan actually turns out to be an okay guy, but only because he completely turns into “the old Ren” (Ren before he lost his memory and became a giant annoying jerk). So although I liked his character, I hated that he basically stole Ren’s personality. He becomes the sweet, caring, selfless guy, who will “always be there for Kelsey no matter what,” and so on. I mean it’s sweet and they have some great moments, but I couldn’t enjoy it because if we did a search and replace from “Kishan” to “Ren,” I would have 100% believed Kishan was Ren. Kishan’s personality in Tiger’s Voyage is vastly different from who he was in Tiger’s Curse. That’s not usually a horrible thing, because I know people change, but I literally felt like he just morphed into Ren.

And then on the flip side, Ren becomes a pretentious a$$. I hated who he became when lost his memories of Kelsey. He literally said something to Kishan like, “How did I fall in love with her? She’s not even that pretty.” That’s major paraphrasing, but that was the gist of his meaning. Then, after he and Kelsey start trying to make things work and he decides to break up with her, he starts flirting with completely shallow bimbos and just acting like a completely different person. Then later, he starts demanding that Kelsey wear her hair a certain length, even though she wants it cut differently.. what the heck!

If it weren’t for this insanely annoying and frustrating love triangle (which at one point became more like 3 guys drooling over Kelsey), Tiger’s Voyage would have been an awesome book. Like with the first two, the mythology and adventure is absolutely amazing. We get to read about some fabulous Indian and Chinese stories, and oh my god, we get DRAGONS!!! The dragons were completely different from what I expected, but in a fabulous way. I was expecting crazy fearsome beasts, but they’re actually very intelligent beings that have to give Kelsey & Co. guidance and direction. They have very specific purposes and places in the world. Reading about this dragon mythology was definitely the highlight of the book!

What sucks is that if it weren’t for the love triangle disaster, I think this would be one of my all time favourite books/series. The story is so incredible and I love all the details and the mythology and the fantasy! And when the romance is going the way I like it—with Ren and Kelsey happily together—it is so gorgeous and swoony and I love every second of it. But this horrible love triangle that dominates and destroys the second and third books is really ruining this series for me. :( I will continue reading it through to the end, but it’s still just so frustrating!
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Don't You Forget About...Us 29 octobre 2014
Par Amy @ Books, College, and Other Random Things - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
*May contain spoilers from previous books

Ren has yet to remember Kelsey and still acts uneasy around since he feels pain near her. With advice from Mr. Kadam, Kelsey is determined to at least be Ren’s friend. Ren does make the effort to get to know Kelsey again, but Kishan is determined to let Kelsey know that he still cares for her.

Ren, Kishan, Mr. Kadam, and Kelsey prepare for the obtaining the next gift for Durga, so they set sail to make an offering to Durga again As Kelsey finds herself in a dangerous situation, Ren pushes Kelsey away telling her he can’t protect her and vows to try to find someone else. The pain he is going through is not worth the trouble of being with her.

There are a couple of suitors on the ship with them, Wes, a guy teaching them how to dive and Kishan, Ren’s younger brother. Ren further shows Kelsey that he is through by surrounding himself with girls and pushes Kelsey to find comfort from her other suitors, but she mostly seeks comfort from Kishan.

For the third task, Kelsey and the brothers will have to face five dragons to obtain items from each one that will lead to the retrieval of Durga’s Necklace.
Will Ren remember Kelsey before Lokesh finds them once again? Will Kishan find the home he’s been longing for since Shangri’la?

Colleen Houck has done a lot of research for this series, and I am in complete awe of how she has weaved this story. It has probably been two years since I picked back up this series, and I wish I would have picked this series back up again sooner. I ended up rereading the first two books and have fallen more in love with this series and most definitely Ren.

I already want to reread this series. However, I’m going to try to wait a couple of months if I can because these are really hefty books.

I did want to throttle Ren a lot in this book, especially for what he said to Kelsey when he broke it off with her. I have read reviews that couldn’t stand how Kelsey was being about her feelings for Kishan and Ren. I can totally see where they are coming from. I do really enjoy love triangles, but I love Ren and Kelsey together so much I didn’t like the love triangle in this series.

Since I reread the first two books, I found myself liking Kishan more than I had before, but I still like Ren so much more and break with each thing he did or said to keep Kelsey. I feel Kishan longs to find a home while Ren has already found a home with Kelsey, even if he can’t remember. I appreciated that Kishan didn’t rush Kelsey and even showed his love for her by slowing things done when he noticed how affected she still was with Ren’s rejection.

I am currently reading the fourth and am still feeling sad knowing that I’ll be done with the series. This has been a beautiful journey so far, and I am sad and anxious to finish the next in the series.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Kelsey Fatigue 30 juillet 2012
Par L. Roberson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
I'll start with I'm a fan, but...I'm over the back and forth. It's hard to respect any person who just comes off as dumb and Kelsey's constant mind games, indecisiveness, disloyal behavior and injuries brought on by her own silliness at times is annoying to say the least. On top of that, we have Kishan's complete personality change and the long-winded dragon tasks (8 or so). This all took away from the story. I read it because it still has some romantic qualities. Ren is consistently Ren and very enticing even when playing a "bad" boy. He is by far the hottest hero in books right now and helped be get over the whole Cullen thing.

I'm looking forward to what I assume is the final installment to see how the story ends and I just hope it's satisfying, ties up all loose ends and is believable...(yes I know this is fiction).

Pro's - the mythology, romance and Ren
Con's - Kelsey's personality, talking about food so much, missing stronger side characters...Nilima should be more than a maid, Mr. Kadam (what is his first name) should be more than a historian, The ship captain (didn't care about him) and Wes (kind of distracting). I love the use of the Hindi language, but I constantly have to look up stuff online to get some context.

Lastly, Kelsey keeps saying the same things over an over again (I choose you, no I choose him, I'm not good enough, I will ignore my heart) Is this supposed to be self-sacrifice because she seems to always be hurting someone with the wishy washy. The constant arguing makes this read like a marathon of the Jersey Shore. I love a strong, opinionated female but her mistakes are just really dumb. Why can't she ever think ahead??? She's great at researching and guessing but has no real ability to strategize and that's just making her a weak female hero always waiting for the boys to save her.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 An Epic Read! 24 janvier 2014
Par Jessica S. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
Colleen Houck's Tiger's Voyage was an amazing read! These are pretty long books, and despite there being a few slow moments, each of them makes up for it with all the excitement and adventure that Kelsey and the brothers go on.

The first part of the book had Ren getting a little better, as we know from last time around, he has no memory of Kelsey at all, but remembers everything else. He still can't handle being around her, as it physically pains him, but he wants to try at rebuilding their relationship. Kelsey is thrilled with the idea, but becomes devastated when Ren decides to call it quits just as they are about to begin their journey to find the third item.

Their journey is to travel the oceans and visit each of the five Chinese dragons to find Durga's Black Pearl Necklace, and hopefully be one step closer to ending the brothers' curse. The journey will be tough, for each of the dragons requires a payment or favor of some sort that Kelsey, Ren and Kishan must pay.

Prior to their journey though, and what was some of the slower parts of the novel, involved the three having to learn how to dive properly. Diving was something they were going to have to do on this journey, so they hired an instructor. Wes is a Texan guy just a few years older than Kelsey. There was definitely some attraction between the two and Kelsey even had a date with him, she just couldn't get over Ren leaving her, again. And poor Wes even saw that too, that both brothers loved her and yet Kelsey couldn't be with the one she wanted.

Which is when Kishan walks in. Kishan has given Kelsey the space she's needed to get over Ren, but after Ren's breakup Kelsey realizes that she doesn't want to be alone and waiting for the day Ren decides he wants to come back. So she turns to Kishan, she loves him too in a way. You almost think Kelsey is being fickle with her affections for both brothers and there's that damn love triangle thing coming into the picture, and in a way that's true. But Kelsey even acknowledges this in a sense, saying that she doesn't want to be that girl who goes back and forth between the brothers.

So she dates Kishan and is happy. And right around then, Ren gets his memory back! We knew it was bound to happen, so I don't find me admitting its truth is a spoiler. I knew it had to happen in this book, because really, how long could we go without a Kelsey and Ren? But alas, it does happen. Kelsey is over wrought with emotions. Her Ren is back, yet he still hurt her terribly. She makes the decision that she cannot be with him just because he's back to himself. She's going to stay with Kishan. Although there were more than a few heated moments between Ren and her. And even after her decision, sparks still fly.

I am as confused as Kelsey in her predicament. True, Ren totally shattered her heart and I loved that she stood strong against getting back with him just because he had his memory back. But I can't say I am for Kishan, only because I see that there aren't strong sparks between them. Kelsey doesn't melt with the things he does for her. There aren't melt worthy moments really. But I still like Kishan and all, he's a good guy and cares for Kelsey, I just have this feeling that he won't be the one Kelsey ends up with by the series end. It will be Ren, because it's always been Ren. I still have one more book to go with how the series stands now, and then there's one more to go as well before we get to see Kelsey's final choice.

One of my favorite moments was when Kelsey decides to show the boys the movie Jaws! And shed a little light on why she was kind of freaked to learn diving! As you may know, I love that movie! So I appreciated the reference, because I would be thinking the same things as Kelsey when told I had to learn SCUBA diving. Going in the water with sharks?! Yikes! And sure enough, Kelsey and the boys do encounter a shark or two!

Lokesh is back as well, but his appearance isn't much, not that it ever really is. He's in the prologue and then pops up in the last quarter or so of the book. I feel like I don't know enough about this bad guy, true I know the story behind the curse and all that jazz and his involvement, but when he appears on the page, I don't feel much of anything. Usually with villains I might get mad or be scared for my heroes and heroines, but not with this guy. Perhaps its because he doesn't have much page time.

This was another wonderfully epic edition to the series! Meeting the dragons was pretty cool for they each had their own personality and their own task for the trio to complete; fixing a star, rescuing a princess, bartering with one...and more obviously, but that's some of the more exciting ones. The bartering part is hard to explain in excitement wise, but once you read it, you understand why, it was just heart-racing! The whole book was one heart-racing journey! Despite the books starting off a little slow--meaning that we have to go through a few hundred pages of "prep-work" before the trio starts their quest for the next item--this series is truly remarkable! I enjoy each and every book and look forward to all the surprises and secrets that Colleen will reveal!
3.0 étoiles sur 5 Spoilers!!! 28 janvier 2014
Par Brooke Brandt - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
Ok. I didn't give it three stars because I didn't like it or because I'm upset with it or anything like that. Well, I guess I might be a little upset with it. I was happy that Ren and Kelsey were together for about the first half of the book. But then Ren was upset because he wasn't able to save her, and he broke up with her. That's the part I'm upset with. Ren and Kelsey is my favorite pairing in this series, and I hate how the author messes with my favorite pairing so much in this series. First, they're together. Then Kelsey leaves Ren and goes back home to Oregon. Ren goes to Oregon a few weeks later and shows up on her front doorstep--literally. She's dating Li at the time, so she tells Ren and Li that they have two weeks to win her heart. Naturally, Ren wins. Then, he's captured by Lokesh's henchmen. Kelsey and Kishan rescue him about a month(?) later, just to find out that he lost all of his memories of her and he can't even be near her without feeling physical pain. Ren says he hates Kelsey. Then he loves her and they get together again. Then he breaks up with her and she starts dating Kishan. Kishan kisses her and Ren sees, and his memories of Kelsey come back. Ren wants to be with Kelsey again, but she stays with Kishan. I mean, seriously?! Can you mess with my favorite pairing anymore than this?!
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