The Tiger Queen by Raisa Greywood

The Tiger Queen by Raisa Greywood
Shifter’s Mates #1
Publisher: Changeling Press
Genre: Action/Adventure, Paranormal, Sci-Fi/Fantasy
Length: Short Story (134 pgs)
Other: M/F, Anal Play, Spanking
Rating: 4 stars
Reviewed by Moonflower
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I’m the last of the Andreyev tigers. My species is extinct, except for me. Tigers used to be considered royalty. Atlanta is cold and dark now, and no safe haven remains in the once vibrant city. The devastating solar storms a hundred years ago saw to that. There is no prey and no chance for a mate in this poisoned world. Hunger and attrition have no respect for the shifter hierarchy, though. I am empress of a dying empire.

Aliens from a place called Ximera offer safe haven for humans. They want mates, too, and they offer fresh air and green space. It’s very tempting, and my tiger is hungry. My misgivings are put to rest when I go to the Exodus Authority and see the face of my mate. He is arresting. Not human, but his otherness is enticing. Even through a vid screen his fathomless brown eyes bore into my soul, and I want him. He is mine. And I don’t give a rat’s ass about who I have to eat to get him.

The Earth is dying, along with all the inhabitants. Solar storms devastated the planet, but it was the death of the humble bumblebee that caused so many to die. Renata is trying to survive, and is ‘forced’ to submit a blood sample, which will decide if she has a mate on the planet Ximera. She does so to honour the last request of her dying friend, and finds she has a War Lord mate.

Written in the first person, you see both Renata and Rakon’s perspectives of both situations and the other person. The pacing is fast yet smooth, and will definitely take your breath away. The descriptions of people and places are “out of this world”. Renata is a brilliant character, who is both empathetic and also bad-ass! Renata and Rakon really do make the perfect pair, although sometimes Rakon does need a good thumping! Luckily for him, Renata is there to keep him in line.

With a whole host of interesting characters, I can’t wait to see where this will go next. Absolutely recommended by me.

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