Tiger's Dream (The Tiger Saga #5)by Published 20 Mar 2018
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A tiger left behind.
A goddess in need of an ally.
Stranded in a time and place he never wished for, Kishan Rajaram must carry out his destiny of assisting the beautiful yet extremely irritable goddess Durga. This daunting task is not made easy by the fact that he must also face the truth about the girl he loves and the brother who stole her away.
When the wily shaman Phet appears and tells Kishan that Kelsey needs him, he jumps at the chance to see her again. In his efforts to save her, Kishan discovers that the curse he thought was over is just beginning. As time unravels around him, Kishan realizes that the fates of all those he holds dear lie in hands.
The goddess’s power hangs in the balance. Kishan has no choice but to sacrifice the unthinkable to fight the dark forces swirling around the woman he’s charged to protect. As he does, he discovers that love and loyalty create their own magic and accepts that he must decide his destiny once and for all.
Tiger’s Dream is the conclusion to the epic Tiger’s Curse fantasy romance series that left you breathless.
"Tiger's Dream (The Tiger Saga #5)" Reviews
How authors must feel when they post up vague release dates:
Since I wrote this one, I won't review it except to say I have never, ever cried while writing a book like I did with this one. It's an emotional roller-coaster from beginning to end.
I'm almost too excited to read Tiger's Dream!!!! I'm just afraid that with Tiger's Destiny having such a semi-Happy Ending that this one might not, T~T I hope it ends well I LOVE a HEA ;)
If not, than I'm gonna consider this (book 4) the ending of the series :)
(Kinda like for people who didn't want to continue the Mortal Instruments books after the 3rd one, you could feasibly end it there and be perfectly happy. I couldn't, but others could lol)
Edit:After reading Tiger's Destiny, I think/hope that the 5th book could be, a kind of collection of different stories told from different characters POV's. Like Kelsey tells a story about a specific event that takes place in the future, then we read one from Ren's point of view, then Kishan's, then Anamika's, etc. It could be like reading a little slice of how their lives continue post curse. I think that would be a great conclusion to this series, kind of like an extended epilogue.
Remember in the second book when Kishan and Kelsey sleep in the Grove of Dreams, and Kishan has the vision of himself seeing Kelsey and the baby?
(That means Kishan does meet them again.)
Then later, in the fourth book, in the epilogue, Kelsey and Ren read the letter from Kishan, and towards the end of the letter he writes, 'I have glimpsed what is to come. Forgive my interference, but it was something I needed to do' then he writes, 'Perhaps in another time and another place we will meet again.'
I think in this book, Kishan will come back and meet up with Ren and Kelsey again(maybe they will even see Mr.Kadam again, because the Phoenix told Kelsey that they would see him again.)
I have some ideas why he might have to see them again:
1. They have to do something else that deals with the Tiger's Curse
2. Durga needs them to help her with something (another battle maybe?)
3. Kishan finds out something is going to happen in the future, so he comes back to help Kelsey and Ren
Those were just a few ideas of what I think might happen.
don't understand how there can be another novel after reading the fourth book. Whats there to write about, the fourth should have been the last :S
As I did with Voyage, I will post interesting Tiger's related stuff for you guyes.
*1st Book Cover Thoughts for Tiger's Dream
So what do we think will be on the cover of the next book? Will it be a prequel told from Ren and Kishan's point of view - will it be told from before they were cursed?
Or do we think that the next novel will be from Durga's point of view, especially after her character was introduced in the last novel? Will it be about Kishan and Durga?
Here's a fan-art book cover I found of Durga.
*2nd An Interview with Kelsey Hayes, Alagan Dhiren Rajaram (Ren) and Sohan Kishan Rajaram (Kishan).
Looking back on your adventures, can you share with us what you thought was the most memorable moment along your journey?
Kelsey: The most memorable piece for me was when Ren first changed from a tiger into a man. That was the moment I knew the world was entirely different than I thought it was. That magic really existed.
Ren: Getting my memory back. I can’t even tell you how wonderful and horrible it was to remember everything and lose everything in the same moment.
Kishan: For me it was getting into the Jeep with Kadam. The world had changed so much and there was so much I didn’t know. I wasn’t sure then that I could handle this century.
Are there any particular creatures or entities you encountered the past couple years who you wish you could meet again?
Kelsey: I wouldn’t mind spending more time with Yínbáilóng, the white dragon. He knows much more than he shares. Also the Phoenix.
Ren: After what he put you through? I don’t think so.
Kishan: He’s not bad at all really.
Ren: I cannot entertain even the thought of you going through what you did again.
Kishan: I second that. You’re staying away from the fire realm altogether. As to what creature I wouldn’t mind seeing. (Rubs jaw) Those sirens weren’t bad.
Kelsey: I don’t think so.
Kishan: Fine. Then I’ll go with the Silvanae. Ren? How about that chimera?
Ren: No thank you. I’d have to say…the Gold Dragon. There are a few items in his palace I’d like to collect.
Who (or what) would you say has been your most difficult (or terrifying) opponent to-date?
All Three: Lokesh.
This question is for the princes: Name one positive thing about being a tiger.
Kishan: Hunting. There’s nothing in the world as thrilling as chasing down your prey.
Ren: I can think of something more thrilling. (Grins)
Kishan: (Frowns) Can we stay on topic, Mr. Romance?
Ren: Fine. I enjoy running. Feeling my legs stretch out ahead and behind me as I race through the grass is a pretty nice experience.
Kishan: Don’t forget the scents.
Ren: Yes, being able to taste the air and get a vivid picture of everything surrounding you is amazing.
Also for the princes: Name one negative thing about being a tiger.
Ren: Not being able to talk.
Kishan: That figures. For me the tiger takes over and I forget how to interact in the world as a man. Also, I miss fingers. It would be nice to be able to scratch my ear once in a while.
Kelsey and Ren, after all the ups and downs and all the experiences that you have gone through together, do you think these experiences have made you stronger or “better” as individuals or as a pair? If so, how?
Kelsey: I’m a much stronger person than I was before I left Oregon. I know what I want now and who I want to be. I’ve also come to terms with the loss I’ve experienced and that makes my current relationships much better. Being in a relationship was frightening before and in a way it still is but I’ve learned to appreciate the happy moments and not shy away from them for fear of the future.
Ren: Life and love is complicated. Losing what is most important gave me a new appreciation of how different my life would be without Kelsey. I don’t like the man I was without her. Everything we’ve gone through together has made me love her more, appreciate her more. She challenges me and I grow. She loves me and I am strong.
To all three, do you have any regrets?
Ren: I regret every moment I spent apart from Kelsey.
Kishan: There are days I regret emerging from the jungle at all but my biggest regret was allowing Lokesh to sway my good judgment. Yesubai’s death did not need to happen and that is something I will regret all my days.
Kelsey: My biggest regret is not being able to speak at my parent’s funeral. I’ve made my peace with it now but that above all things is something I will look back on with sadness.
What do you think the future has in store for you? Any idea?
Kishan: Kelsey promised me a happy ending and I have a pretty good idea of what constitutes a happy ending for me. I had a vision of it in the Grove of Dreams and it’s haunted me ever since.
Ren: Kelsey is the only thing I care about so if the future grants that I will be near her, then I could want for nothing else.
Kelsey: (Looks at both) I know there will be both happiness and sadness in my future. For now I just want to focus on the present.
So Ren, I must ask you: Kelsey’s Cookies or Peaches and Cream Ice Cream?
Kishan: Man or Tiger?
Kelsey: Where would you choose, Oregon or India?
To all three: Black or White?
And again, to all three: All or Nothing?
All Three: All
(courtesy of Making The Grade website, http://mtgreviews.com/month-of-the-ti...)