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Dark Siren Kindle Edition

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Length: 427 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled

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Dark Siren is a journey of redemption and second chances as two characters understand that sometimes committing evil is necessary to protect what is loved most.  Dark Siren is the beginning of a four-part series. The books should be read in the following order:

Dark Siren #1
Banewolf #2
Blood Chained #3
Primed Son #4

About the Author

Live. Love. Paranormal.

Product Details

  • File Size: 3219 KB
  • Print Length: 427 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0989963217
  • Publisher: Eden Ashley (November 10, 2013)
  • Publication Date: November 10, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Lending: Not Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,359 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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After graduating first in her class at the University of Smartassery, Eden moved to a small, sunny town in SC where thunderstorms have inspired her best ideas. When not daydreaming about her next novel, Eden can be found curled up with a musty old paperback and a cup of coffee...or mired deeply in her next plot to take over the world. She enjoys reading or watching anything with supernatural elements, so writing paranormal and fantasy romance is a natural fit.

Her Amazon Bestselling series begins with DARK SIREN, a suspenseful paranormal romance that possesses a unique mythology--having gained praise from Publisher's Weekly for it's passion and complexity. Banewolf, Blood Chained, and Primed Son complete the quadrilogy.

Eden loves to hear from readers and can be contacted at
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A quick explanation on my rating scale. 1-I want to bleach my brain it was so bad. 3-eh it was fine, or even good but had problems. 4-it was a good book that I enjoyed or it was a great book but had issues. 5-a Classic, a book that absolutely impacted my life in someway. I very very rarely give out 5s. I'm stingy like that. I see many giving out 5s to both classics and smut and I'm like huh? How can you equate a book like 1984 or Shakespeare to The Boner and the Bride? Anyway, on to the actual review-

An interesting concept. I've never run across a similar world. Sure there are some siren books out there and plenty of were books, but not like this. Some books you can read in an hour they are so simple and others you need a chart to keep up with everything or everybody. This book falls right in the middle. Not frustrating so you want to give up, but enough plot to keep the story moving forward. It wasn't the overly contrived, roll your eyes plot devices that kept it moving either, though there are a few eye roll moments in here. These days that's saying a lot. I did have a few quibbles here and there which did lower my rating a touch. Things like the hiding information(which I really hate as a plot mover or convenience), her continuously getting herself in bad spots(that may be a teenager thing though). I've already read book #2 and am currently downloading #3 to start in the morning. While I wont give spoilers to book #2, I will say my particular quibbles continue but so do the good things. Kalista continues to grow thankfully and you become even more attached to the side characters. The action increases and the big plot line continues to make sense. While not a perfect book, it is well worth a read. I find the world quite interesting and new. I read a lot, as in nine or more books a week, so something new is always a big hit with me.
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Well, I loved this one! It's this author's debut but it was so well done. I couldn't put it down and I know I will be jumping into the sequel ASAP!

Kalista, aka Kali, is in high school, except she doesn't know that she's had a previous life with previous memories, and she's been reborn for a reason. You see, she doesn't remember anything of that. All she knows is her life right now. She doesn't even remember her childhood well. And Kali hungers, except it's not for your normal hamburger. Though she likes food, she can't help herself. Without sustenance she gets real sick, but that sustenance is coming from making out with boys that aren't her boyfriend. She's eating a piece of their souls. Cal is her boyfriend, but it doesn't take long for her to realize it's not going to work with him after all. And the she meets Rhane, when he saves her life at the movies. And she feels not just a pull and attraction to Rhane, but she just met him and she feels like she's known him forever.

Rhane has been alive for far longer than should be possible. He remember everything Kali doesn't. His marriage, their past, her death. He's also trying to get over the fact that Kali is a 17 year old high school senior. Not a hundreds of year old woman whom he was married to. Things are getting real complicated. And since she doesn't know anything, including who and what he is, Banewolf, he has to treat her with completely fragile kid gloves. She might want him like a woman, but she lives the life of a 17 year old.

So, Kali works at a archaeological artifacts firm, and when a stolen artifact talks to Kali, sings to her, she blacks out, and things get really complicated. And to make matters worse, her boss is very insistent that she must come with him to meet the buyer of this artifact.
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Kali is a 17-year old high school student. She has a good relationship with her older sister and adoptive parents, a popular boyfriend named Cal who adores her, and a great job at an archaeological firm that is helping her save for college. On paper her life seems perfect with one exception. Sometimes Kali has an overwhelming hunger that she doesn’t understand. She has a hunger for other people’s life energy and if she doesn’t feed she gets weak and the hunger becomes uncontrollable.

There is much more to Kali than her insatiable hunger for energy. She has a past life that she’s completely unaware of, that is until it catches up with her in the form of a strange and handsome man name Rhane. She’s drawn to him in ways she can’t describe and it feels as if she knows him. There is a connection she can’t deny and when scary, strange and dangerous things start happening to her it’s Rhane who shows up to safe her. The thing is Kali isn’t sure if she can completely trust Rhane. Of course he’s attractive and he seems kind but he’s hiding some big secrets from her and his unwillingness in revealing them has her questioning whether he’s more of a danger to her rather than her savior.

I will admit at first I wasn’t a big fan of Kali. She was so caught up in her own desires that she was careless with others feelings. She was clueless and immature to the point that sometimes it was irritating. However, as the book progressed Kali began to grow on me. She was at a disadvantage, while other people around her had some clue about what was going on and about her past life, she was left completely in the dark. In the next book it will be interesting to see her gain control over her powers and stand on her own to become a force to be reckoned with.
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