Black Tiger by Greta van der Rol

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He haunts the jungle – and her dreams When Dr. Sally Carter travels to India to regroup from a broken heart the last thing she wants is to fall in love. But Raja Asoka (Ash) Bhosle is entirely too attractive to ignore, even though she knows it can only end in tears. Hers. Ash guards his forest and the precious creatures within it, protecting the rare tigers from mindless slaughter, and a secret that lives in legend. From the moment he sets eyes on the Australian doctor, he wants her, even over the objections of his mother and the unsuitability of her cultural heritage. While Ash fights tiger poachers, Sally struggles against cultural prejudice. Can the Legend of the Black Tiger be the bond that brings them closer together, or will it be an impossible belief that rips them apart. The closer Sally comes to understanding what the legend means, the more frequent the nightmares become. Is she losing her sanity, or is there more to Sally than she herself knows? The answers lie buried in her past. When the Black Tiger breaks free to stalk the night, only one thing will control the beast.

About Greta van der Rol

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Greta van der Rol wishes she was born a thousand years or so in the future, where space ships zip around the Galaxy and people have adventures on exotic worlds. Well, if you can't be there, why not write about it? And slap in a healthy dollop of romance, too?After many years in the computer industry, Greta now writes full time. Her first published book, 'To Die a Dry Death', is historical fiction based on the true story of the wreck of the Dutch merchant ship Batavia off the desolate coast of Western Australia in 1629. There may some more historical fiction in the future but for now, Greta is working on more fast and furious space romps, because they're fun.She lives in sub-tropical Queensland, Australia, near the beach. When she isn't writing she enjoys cooking and photography.Visit her website at
Published February 4, 2014 by Greta van der Rol. 220 pages
Genres: Romance, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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