Review: Blind Tiger by Rachel Vincent

Review: Blind Tiger by Rachel VincentBlind Tiger by Rachel Vincent
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Pages: 252
Series: Wildcats #2
Published by Rachel Vincent on February 14th 2017

Robyn Sheffield wants her life back.
As the only female stray in the US, she's had to deal with bloodlust, flashbacks, a lack of impulse control (which might not have anything to do with being a shifter), and weeks under house arrest for crimes she never meant to commit. But when she overhears the territorial council plotting to marry her off to an eligible tom? It's time for this chick to fly the coop.
Titus Alexander wants recognition.
He’s spent the past year carving his territory out of the Mississippi free zone, forming a community for strays exiled and forgotten by the US Prides. As the first stray Alpha, he’s sworn to bring the toms under his authority the rights, support, and respect that official confirmation from the council will bring. But then the council’s precious female stray sneaks into the free zone in the back of his car and demands sanctuary.
The council gives Titus a choice: send Robyn back and have his Pride acknowledged, or prepare for war. Citizenship for his men is within his grasp. So why is it so hard for him to let one rebellious tabby go?

Back in my reading swing, I read Lion’s Share and Blind Tiger back to back. Once again this is more paranormal romance than urban fantasy, and it focuses on Robyn (a female stray) and Titus Alexander (alpha of the Mississippi Valley stray pact).

Once again this could have been so much more, but was definitely a bit of an improvement from Lion’s Share in terms of plot. I didn’t quite see the ending coming. However the main characters felt a little unfinished. I felt the Robyn in Hunt and Lion’s Share was a complete 180 in Blind Tiger. Vincent’s voice and style are all there but things just felt rushed. It felt like fanfiction, rather than a spinoff series from a favorite author.

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