King's Throne

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When danger hunts Gina – a tiger shifter living in secrecy because of her lost heritage - Mitch decides to end the threat once and for all. Facing a deadly challenge on the slopes of an active volcano, Mitch will fight the self-proclaimed tiger king and his allies. Only victory will keep his lady safe. And only victory will allow Gina to claim the man she truly loves. More
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About Bianca D'Arc

Bianca D’Arc lives on Long Island, in New York. She is the daughter of a Dutch immigrant to the U.S. and a materials scientist who worked on America's space program, including such projects as the lunar module, space shuttle and most of the Apollo missions. She earned a university degree in chemistry, and later, graduate degrees in library science and law. Forsaking the corporate world soon after the terrible events of 9/11/01, she began her writing career in earnest in late 2005. She focuses on the paranormal, sci fi and fantasy genres of romance, and loves creating happy-ever-afters for her characters.

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About the Series: Tales of the Were - String of Fate
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Reviews of King's Throne by Bianca D'Arc

S. Y. Platinum reviewed on June 6, 2022

Okay. This has to be one of my favorite books of all time for many different reasons. 1- There were no stupid misunderstandings. (In fact, there were no misunderstandings period.) 2- Gina wasn't one of those stupid women who don't know how to use their brains (such as in the fight when I guarantee you most women wouldn't have stepped back to avoid being used as leverage). 3- The overall storyline was great; it went Mitch and Gina meet, fall in love, fight the battle, not Mitch and Gina meet, argue, fight, and finally admit they're in love. 4- I like how the story did not end right after the battle but showed Mitch cleaning up the pride. The only thing I would have liked was for Mitch to find out about the baby at the end.
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