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He looks out of place in Dela Reese’s Beijing hotel room- exotic and poignant, some mythic, tragic hero of an epic tale. With his feline yellow eyes, he’s like nothing from her world. Yet Dela has danced through the echo of his soul and knows this warrior will obey her every command.

Hari has been used and abused for millennia. But he sees, upon his release from the riddle

Hari has been used and abused for millennia. But he sees, upon his release from the riddle box, that this new mistress is different. There is a hidden power in Dela’s eyes- and with her, he may regain all that was lost to him. Where once he savaged, now he must protect; where once he only knew hatred, now he must embrace love. Dela is the key. For Dela, he will risk all.
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    Catherine

    Apr 17, 2011

    rated it
    really liked it

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    I recently decided to reread the Dirk & Steele series because I have fallen behind and haven’t read the last couple books. Since the later world building gets more and more detailed, I figured I had better freshen up so as not to find myself confused by forgotten plot elements. Plus, they’re good. How can I say no to a sure thing? 🙂

    If you’ve read the back of the book and been underwhelmed, just wipe that slate clean. I don’t know who wrote that summary (fingers crossed that it wasn’t the a

    If you’ve read the back of the book and been underwhelmed, just wipe that slate clean. I don’t know who wrote that summary (fingers crossed that it wasn’t the author, because, awkward!) but it doesn’t do the story any justice. The bare bones setup is that Hari, a tiger shifter, has been imprisoned in a puzzle box for the last two thousand years and forced to serve as a slave for whichever master owns him at the moment. Dela buys the box not knowing what it is and finds herself bound to Hari when she opens it.

    Let’s pause it right there. I can already sense some of you rolling your eyes, but really, this story does not fall into familiar lines. Liu takes the clichĂ©d setup and turns it into something tender and heartwarming.

    Hari has been used and abused constantly throughout his time as a slave and he is not happy to have another master. Dela has a magical gift herself, but when she’s dropped into this situation with Hari, she has a hard time swallowing it. They both have to find a way to make it work because even though Hari has a hard time believing in her, she can’t stomach the thought of making the situation easier for herself by getting rid of him. She didn’t want her life tied to some random stranger, but she can’t turn away when she sees his suffering. Hari fears trusting her, but he can’t keep himself from hoping that she really is different than all the rest.

    The romance develops between Hari and Dela in a shorter amount of time than I usually prefer, but it felt right between them. I think a big part of the reason was that in addition to being attracted to each other, they also became friends. That is such an important element for me in a relationship that I’m always thrilled when I find it. Watching Hari and Dela slowly grow closer and closer was so touching. Their love was not the stuff of most Paranormal Romances. Their feelings for each other didn’t need drama or fanfare. They recognized and accepted their feelings and treasured the opportunity to be together. Their love was a quiet, tender thing, and I found it lovely.

    Although the romance is an integral part of the story, that’s not the only focus of the book. The way Liu writes the Dirk & Steele books reminds me of Eileen Wilks’s World of the Lupi series. The relationship develops as the events take place as opposed to most romances where the events develop while the romance takes place. It a fine difference, but you’ll know it when you read it. If you are fan of that type of book, I strongly urge you to give this series a try. It might just be up your alley.

    The writing style itself was at times beautiful and captivating

    She drowned in emotions not her own, lost to the story of the blade, the man. Rolling deep, deeper, into a forest of sharp teeth and steel, cutting her mind on desperation, an echo plunging through the flashing images and sensations of endless battle, violence. Every death had meant something to the man who held this weapon. Every drop of blood was a dark testimony to some terrible heartbreak.

    and at other times humorous.

    She showed him his passport, but scowled when she saw the last name Roland has chosen.

    “Why am I called Hari Dasypygal?”

    Dela growled. “That’s the last name Roland gave you. It’s an obscure Greek word that means…having hairy buttocks.”

    The shifting tones melded together to form an adaptable style that worked well with both the lighter and darker aspects of the book.

    I loved getting to meet some of the Dirk & Steele guys. Dela’s a part of the organization, but really only because she’s family. They’re only called into the situation because she needs extra protection. It was nice to see the friendships she had with them, and I especially like Eddie. He is so sweet. Added to that, the other shapeshifters we ended up meeting fascinated me. I’m looking forward to learning more about them, and others like them, as the series continues.

    While I loved a lot of things about this book, I still had some issues that kept me from bumping it up to a 5 star grade. One of the biggest things for me was the pacing. The first part was great and the last part was great—although I would have preferred a bit longer ending—but the middle sagged. Once Dela got back to her place things seemed to slow way down. Hari and Dela started talking out some issues and making plans, but I found myself a tad restless during it. The fact that they were actually discussing these things was much appreciated, but paired with slower action, I was left a bit wanting.

    Despite the issues mentioned, I enjoyed this book a lot. The reread has only confirmed what I knew before. This is a solid first series entry and it looks like there are a lot more exciting stories to come with other Dirk & Steele members.

    Favorite Quote:

    “Let me fall into the earth at your side, and I will be content. An eternity, dreaming of you.”

    The review is also posted on Fiction Vixen.

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    Zeek

    Feb 12, 2010

    rated it
    really liked it

    While working in China, Sword maker and artist, Dela Reese, visits Beijing’s Dirt Market and is sold a mysterious box with a curious riddle attached to it. When she finally gets the box open, imagine her surprise when a handsome, seven foot tall warrior pops out like a genie from a bottle.

    Enslaved to the owner of the magic box he’s tied to, one-time shape shifter, Hari, is wary of the half naked woman who has summoned him. Cursed by a dark magi two thousand yrs ago and forced to commit unspeakab

    Enslaved to the owner of the magic box he’s tied to, one-time shape shifter, Hari, is wary of the half naked woman who has summoned him. Cursed by a dark magi two thousand yrs ago and forced to commit unspeakable acts, he longs to be free from his wretched existence.

    Although not unaware of the magical side of life and a psychically gifted person herself, even Dela has hard time believing Hari’s story. But when faced with the evidence that every word he’s spoken is true, her kind hearted nature shines forth as she sets about to help him find his freedom.

    Hari follows Dela across the world, desperately hoping that finally- FINALLY- he’s found a person to trust, all the while helpless to stop protecting her- especially when faced with the reappearance of his ancient adversary, the dark magi who wants nothing more than to kill Dela and get his hands back on the mystical box.

    Danger, intrigue and the healing power of love abounds in this sensual, and well developed novel. Liu is a talented story teller. I found her writing flawless and thought on more than one occasion that THIS was the story that should have been Cabal’s from Lora Leigh’s Breed series (Bengal’s Heart). (True, one is a Tiger Shifter and the other a genetically enhanced Mix Breed- but, well, you get the idea!)

    Hari and Dela fell in love very quickly, but they didn’t fight it. The sexual tension was kept high throughout the novel, even though the author kept them from the inevitable culmination of their passionate relationship till towards the end. I loved both the Hero and the Heroine, as well as the side characters who make up the Dirk and Steele detective agency. (Cannot wait to get to some of their stories!)

    Tiger Eye is billed as the first Dirk & Steele novel, but somehow it felt like there may have been some before it? Still, it’s a perfectly fine place to begin the series and I found myself rushing out and buying the rest.

    This series is Paranormal Romance for the thinking woman.

    4 out of 5 from me- Are you kidding me? This story rocks! LOVED it!
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    Felicia

    Shapeshifters, romance, ancient men brought to life. Yum.

    The characters were quite enjoyable in this book. I had accidentally picked up book 11 in the series and read it with a bit of confusion, so I think with this series it’s important to start from the beginning. I think this author’s strength is creating non-cliched characters with emotional nuance, and even in this first book she succeeds in making me invested in the characters. The plot is a bit meandery and side plots leave for so long so

    The characters were quite enjoyable in this book. I had accidentally picked up book 11 in the series and read it with a bit of confusion, so I think with this series it’s important to start from the beginning. I think this author’s strength is creating non-cliched characters with emotional nuance, and even in this first book she succeeds in making me invested in the characters. The plot is a bit meandery and side plots leave for so long sometimes you’re like, “uh what’s with that bad guy, where did he go?” But the emotional arc of the romance totally makes up for that.

    I am totally hooked on the series and look forward to bridging the gap between book 1 and book 11!
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