Siren's Call: A Dark Tides Novel
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: 2010-08-03
Pages no: 400
Edition language: English
DNF at 43%.I couldn't push through it. I thought I could get to the storybuilding, but I couldn't get into any of the characters. If I can't empathize or like a character, why am I reading about them? I really don't care about them.Sigh. Why is it so hard to find a good mermaid book?
I picked up Siren's Call on a whim - I wasn't expecting much, but I was pretty blown away.Siren's Call seemed more fantasy than romance to me. There was definitely some steam in the romance, but there was a lot of good world-building behind the Mer civilization and I felt like the emphasis was there...
We learn quickly in the Prologue of Kenneth's world shattering loss that drives him to suicide, then the secret Tessa keeps while she lives on the small island owned by her family, with the lighthouse watching over the Bay. Tessa uses this secret to save Kenneth's life. Ten months later the book s...
This started off good because you get a feel for the characters right away. Then everything goes slowly south. I think somewhere along the way, the romance is lost. Maybe its b/c Tessa was a hard character to like. She was very cold and standoffish. This book has alot of world building. In fact, the...
This Review was originally written for The Romance Reviews and can be found here:http://glbt.theromancereviews.com/viewbooksreview.php?bookid=411Tessa Lonike likes her life of solitude and the sea. She's a mermaid, and she loves guarding her family's heritage as she watches over the sometimes treach...
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