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   Tiger's Curse, by Colleen Houck  
 
  Novel, first publication in 2011
 
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      Kelsey Hayes was just a freshman in high school when her parents were killed in an automobile accident, sending her into the foster-care system. After graduation, she takes a job at a circus in Oregon to earn money for college. There, she becomes fascinated with the star attraction, a white tiger named Dhiren. When the tiger is sold to the mysterious Mr. Kadam, Kelsey is heartbroken—until Mr. Kadam offers her a job as Dhiren’s traveling companion. Because of her strong affection for the tiger, she agrees . When their truck is hijacked on a dirt road outside of Mumbai, Dhiren leads Kelsey deep into the jungle. There, he reveals his true nature: he is a three-hundred-fifty-year-old Indian prince, cursed by an ancient magician to live out eternity as a tiger. Young-adult readers will be enthralled by this mystical adventure story of a girl who risks her life to save the man she comes to love.

     
     
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  • Tiger Saga, The (#1)

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  • Kings, Queens & Princes - Emperors - Kingdoms & Empires
  • Magic Artifact - Spells
  • Oregon
  • Orphans
  • Romance - Love Story
  • Shapeshifters - Changelings - Transformation
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