Book Review: Rakshasa: Aurora By Alica Knight


He found me.

I don’t know how he found me but he did. The Champawat Tiger…a hunter, a killer. A Rakshasa like me, but not like me.

The story continues and I continue to grow, to discover who I truly am. To learn more about the man I love. I am an Altaican, he a Rewa. This divide conspires to keep us apart. That pain is worse than any wound.

The dark shadow spreads over me and spills out, tainting everything I love. And the killer, stalking me always, continues his hunt.

This is Part II of the Rakshasa serial.

“Rakshasa” is a Paranormal Romance serial with a hint of spice! Each episode is approximately 10,000 words. The episode schedule is as follows:

Rakshasa–31st of October

Rakshasa: Aurora–7th of November

Rakshasa: Tigerheart–21st of November

Rakshasa: Shadowfall–12th of December

I loved this 5 chapter book. It opened with Aurora (previously known as Libby the Loser) in danger and ended the same way. The cliffhanger motivates me to read the next book. The scenes were filled with suspense and action, especially when a member of Ishan Kari’s clan visits Aurora’s home to threaten her to leave Ishan Kari alone.

I liked the mention that it could be a problem because she’s from the Altaica clan, and he’s from the Rewa clan. They are competitive rivals. I also enjoyed meeting new characters–Asena seemed like she could be a new ally. She helped Aurora reciprocate after she got attacked by the Champawat Tiger. I feared for her safety since she’s the main character and still managed to get hurt.

Some of the mystery involving Aurora’s first hunt (mentioned in the first book) was cool when it was solved. Her first hunt was a kangaroo. I also liked the shout-out to some of the characters in the first book and what had happened between them. Katelyn (Aurora’s best friend, who’s human) plays a big part in the cliffhanger.

I RECOMMEND this book to read.

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Keep smiling,

Yawatta Hosby

3 thoughts on “Book Review: Rakshasa: Aurora By Alica Knight

  1. Really glad I stumbled across your blog this morning. I positively devour books so finding new reading recommendations is my favourite. Excited to explore the rest of your blog now xo

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