Review: Tiger’s Quest by Colleen Houck

Tiger’s Quest
(The Tiger Series #2)
By: Colleen Houck
Published: June 7, 2o11
Publisher: Splinter
Genre: YA
Source: Library
Format: Hardcover
Pages: 457
Rating: I really liked it

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Kelsey Hayes is no ordinary college freshman. In fact, the eighteen-year-old girl has just returned from India, where she risked her life—and her heart—to rescue a handsome Indian prince from a terrible curse. Back home in Oregon, Kelsey is determined to move on, despite the lingering feelings she has for the man she left behind. She meets Li, a completely average guy who offers the promise of an ordinary, curse-free life. But just when Kelsey is ready to move on, Ren reenters her life, on a quest to reclaim her heart. Danger threatens their newly rekindled love and to save him, Kelsey must journey with someone else—a man who wants her for himself. The saga begun in Tiger’s Curse continues in Tiger’s Quest, as Kelsey finds herself in an epic battle between good and evil. From the shores of the Pacific Northwest to the jungles of India, the mountains of Nepal and Tibet, and the mystical realm of Shangri-la, this suspenseful tale of love, sacrifice, and redemption is not to be missed.


I really enjoyed this book. It starts off with Kelsey returning home from India and trying to move on with her life. After she starts settling back into her old life and starts dating, Ren comes back. It was funny how he handled the whole dating situation. He tells her that he wants her to date both Li and himself, which of course makes for some interesting chapters.

In this book you get to know Kishan a lot more than you did in Tiger’s Curse. Kelsey and Kishan spend a lot of time together in this book while they take on the next adventure to retrieve another piece of the puzzle to solve the curse.

The world building was just as detailed as the first one and it really sucked you in.

“If a king owned a pearl without price, a gem he cherished above all. Would he hide it away, bury it from sight afraid others would take it? Or would he display it proudly, set it in a ring or crown, so that all the world could behold its beauty and see what richness it brings to his life? You are my pearl without price.” – Ren

Reviews from previous books in the Tiger Series
Tiger’s Curse


4 Thoughts on “Review: Tiger’s Quest by Colleen Houck

  1. I love this cover, and the book sounds like a wonderful romantic fantasy. Thanks for the review!

  2. Oooh wow, I LOVE THAT QUOTE. (And a guy who wants the girl to be in a love triangle :O. Uh what?) I haven’t read this series yet, but I’ve heard such fantastic things about it! I should go to my library and pick it up :D.

  3. I had not heard of this series of books before, but I will have to check them out. They sound exotic, romantic and interesting. I love the quote, it’s definitely swoon-worthy.

  4. Dating two people at the same time, that could make a couple of very funny scenes.

    I’m glad you liked the book 🙂

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