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Tiger Lily Part One: An Alpha Billionaire Romance Trilogy by [Duncan, Amélie S.]
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About the Author

Amélie S. Duncan writes contemporary, erotic romances with a dark edge. Her inspiration comes from many sources including her life experiences and travels. She lives on the West Coast of the United States with her husband.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 4920 KB
  • Print Length: 276 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: ASD Publishing (6 Feb. 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00TBGTP3M
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars 7 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,079 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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This was a really enjoyable read, which kept me glued.
Lily has tried to overcome her grief, and heartbreak after losing her parents, and then her boyfriend breaking up with her. She works, has her little quirks and tries to get through her life. When her boss asks her to hook a new client she's not sure she should but does it hoping to secure promotion, but coming face to face with Jonas Crane would be a turning point, just which way?
I enjoyed the story, plot and characters, although I found Lily a little irritating at times, I can understand why she questioned herself constantly, letting her ex boyfriends past comments about her interfere in her current thoughts. The story kept drawing me in and I'm hooked, wanting to see what happens next. The sex is hot, and even though it's supposed to be devoid of emotion it doesn't come across that way. Jonas is a very dominant character but, very caring, possessive and protective. He's a very successful character and I assume the dominance plays a big part in that success. Its nice to see characters bond over other interests apart from sex. I also enjoyed the idea of Jonas' ex wife being a friendly character, it's fresh and not something that's usually the case. The angst is still fairly high but this is mainly due to Lily's Ex Declan who has some serious issues. Overall a great read which I'm going to continue, can't wait to see what happens next.
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By Jeannie Zelos TOP 500 REVIEWER on 8 Feb. 2015
Format: Kindle Edition
Tiger Lily (Tiger Lily 1)  Amélie S. Duncan
Genre:  Erotic romance
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I loved Amélie's Debut book Little wolf, and was pleased to review this one. I really enjoyed it once again, the same perfect blend of sex and story with neither dominating the other.
Lily has had such a lot happen in such a short while, and the most recent being her fiancé dumping her after she moved across country to be with him. He’s a jerk, as we see later in the book, an abusive jerk at that. Lily is strong though – at least she tries hard to be knowing that's what her parents would want. The Salome name was everything to her dad, and he seems to have had a motto including it for every eventuality! She’s finally found a job she loves after she finished her degree, and her boss asks her to do something to help the business one evening. She respects Gregor greatly and he’s been good to her, so she thinks that maybe this will help her get a promotion, and it will certainly help the business if she can pull it off. Its simply meeting with Jonas to push their firm for his book. Of course they wouldn’t normally be in the running for something like this, so the meeting isn’t quite as business kosher as it seems, more that Gregor just happens to know where Jonas will be that night, and wants Lily to talk to him – have a sort of off the cuff “accidental” meeting.
Poor Lily is a klutz... I know how she feels only too well, and while she’s mulling the best way to approach Jonas to make it look natural she drops her bag, which skims over the floor to land at Jonas feet! From then on they talk and ....before long they are in a most strange relationship. well strange for Lily, not for Jonas.
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3.5*

*I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review, thank you*

In this first instalment of the Tiger Lily series we are introduced to Lily who is trying to find her feet after her broken relationship. Jonas is the wealthy worldly Author who sets eyes on Lily and immediately sees something in her that she cannot see in herself.

This book is brought to you in the same vein as as the likes of Fifty Shades of Grey and Bared to You so if you enjoy this type of romance then you will certainly enjoy Tiger Lily as it features the same initial elements, however, in saying that Amelie really is a lovely writer and her writing stands on its own as she brings her characters to life in such a way that you do become invested in them.

Jonas is everything he should be for a leading man and we are yet to see if he has any skeletons in his closet other than his reluctance to commit to Lily in the way that she needs.

The supporting characters are surprisingly strong and I must admit it was refreshing to find an ex-wife who isn't completely vilified and actually has a functioning relationship, albeit unconventional one with Jonas. She also becomes an unlikely ally to Lily in her time of need.

All in all, a promising start and I look forward to finding out how these characters develop as the series continues.
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Oh, where do I start and I don’t mean that as a bad thing because as the first body of work that I have read from this author and I found that she presented me with a story that appealed to me on every level.
The story is told with a lightness of touch that make it impossible not to engage with both the characters and the life that they are sharing with you.
Once you pick the book up I have to say that you will be hard pressed to put it down.
Lily is on the right side of getting out of a positively crappy relationship, she is beginning to piece her life together but the pain of the past is not quite ready to let her go and it continues to influence the future she is trying to build. Given the chance to show that she has what it takes to be more than just the assistant to the Chief Editor – she is given a shot at pitching the company to the inimitable Jonas Crane, because landing him is her ticket to moving up the corporate ladder.
While this may be all good in theory, her nerves take hold when she is face to face with this formidable man and she quickly learns that she has a lot to learn when dealing with the likes of Jonas Crane. Barely able to string two words together she is hardly likely to be able to convince him of anything let alone that he needs to sign with her publishing house.
But it is not the lack of conversational finesse that has Jonas intrigued by Lily, because during their interactions he quickly understand that this woman is something special. He isn’t too bad either!
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