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Echo of a Siren -- a sequel to Siren Call by…

Echo of a Siren -- a sequel to Siren Call (edition 2013)

by Sonya Dodd

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Greg's world was turned upside down the night of the storm. Unexpectedly plucked from the sea's watery grave by a mysterious woman, he knows he should feel grateful for his life when so many were not as fortunate.Rachel is a siren, her role is to lure men to their deaths. But she cannot bring herself to destroy Greg. As unfamiliar human emotions begin to take over her, she has to fight against the siren within her, as well as the Siren Counsel in order to find some peace of mind.However, for Greg, whenever Rachel is around, someone always seems to die. When he tries to begin a new life for himself, she is still there and it is not until she tells Greg her story that they each become ready to move forward in their lives.But will fate permit them to live as a normal couple with so much death in their wake?… (more)
Title:Echo of a Siren -- a sequel to Siren Call
Authors:Sonya Dodd
Info:Sonya C. Dodd (2013), Edition: 1, Kindle Edition, 174 pages
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Echo of a Siren: (a sequel to Siren Call) by Sonya C. Dodd

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Although this is a sequel, it works well as a stand-alone, as I have not read Dodd's first book. I enjoyed this story, and looked forward to seeing how it would work out. It works very well as a romance and mystery, and follows the sad consequence of a sole survivor of a storm none of the victims had any business being caught in. It's a very entertaining and engaging story. Although there were some explanations, at times there could have been a bit more to let the reader truly believe why - such as why there were so many people angry that Greg survived, and why Greg so easily accepted the truth of his savior.

Still, as stated before, I was drawn to this tale and eager to find out what would... and will happen in the third book of this series. ( )
  Chancelet | Nov 15, 2013 |
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