Friday, August 5, 2011

Siren Song

Title: Siren Song
Author: Stephanie Draven
Publisher: Mills & Boon
ISBN: 1426880162
Genre: {M/F} Fantasy
Rating: 5 Nymphs
Literary Nymphs Reviewer: Rose Nymph 

Chloe Karras has always known the power of her voice. Nothing beats the feeling of standing on that stage and seeing every single person in the audience, transfixed on her. So to see one man in a sea of adoring fans seemingly unaffected by her rock star charms, Chloe is intrigued. 

Alex Shore knows exactly who, and what, Chloe is. She may think she’s going home with the handsome naval officer tonight, but Alex has firsthand experience with the havoc a siren can wreak. He’s not interested in hearing her story, he just wants her gone so that the people he vowed to protect are safe from her powers and he can finally shake the seductive lure that she wrings out of him every time she sings. 

I really enjoyed reading Siren Song. The chemistry between Chloe and Alex was electric and there was a deliciously unpredictable tension going on throughout their story. Alex’s past is tragic and explains his attitude towards Chloe but all is not what it seems with the rock star. Chloe’s good heart and hidden pain made me very protective of her. I wanted them to find comfort in each other but must admit to wanting Alex to suffer a little for jumping to awful conclusions about her. I was completely drawn into the fantastical world of sirens and the power they have over men and would recommend Siren Song to all.

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