I like tuberose based scents on other people, and I cannot wear many of them myself, as they require special mood and compliance, IMO. Sometimes there seems to be a confusion between tuberose and gardenia while describing the notes although they are two different plants with two different odors. I think I know why: intoxication is the name of the game!
While liking Fracas and Blonde, I do not think I am ready for them yet and recently I had to pass on one of the greatest deals available on Fracas. Here's what I would recommend you start with:
-- Michael Kors Michael -- bright, green, sweet, a little stuffy, patchwork of tuberose-gardenia-honeysuckle;
-- JPG Fragile -- you would love it! First it is dewy and dripping with nectar, mellows down to tender fruity, joyful and... fragile. Moodlifter. Original packaging;
-- Carolina Herrera -- with golden polka dots. Combined with jasmine, tropical, dries down to arid and clean, not soapy. Loved to hate it, learned to tolerate, accept and even crave it. Decants available for asking.
Not personally familiar with SL Touberose Criminelle, FM Carnal Flower and Jo Malone, and I do not even know if I want to dive that deep! ;D Well, and these three are not designer fragrances, so...