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Siren's Song (Bandit Creek Book 2) [Kindle Edition]

D.L. Snow , Carla Roma
4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (33 customer reviews)

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Book Description

From USA TODAY bestselling author, DL Snow, comes a tale of love that transcends time.

After giving up fame, Joss Jones wants a normal life. Maybe she'll find it in Bandit Creek. Or...maybe not. From the moment she moves into the old mansion she inherited, she's stalked by a ghost who torments her before dragging her back in time to Bandit Creek, 1899. Has she gone crazy or is this old mining town, full of saloons, gambling, whoring and fortune seekers her new reality? It feels real enough as does the ghost who brought her here. His name is Morgan Hawes and he is very much alive. Is Morgan the key to Joss finding her way home or is Joss stuck for the rest of her life as the Siren of Bandit Creek?

*This is a 40,000 word (170 page) novella.

"Siren's Song is a mystery wrapped in a heart-wrenching love story that spans all different times. I laughed, I cried, I gasped, and I raged. Like Joss was pulled into the lake by Kyle, I was pulled into this story by D.L. Snow. I'm glad I didn't pass this one up." ~ Zodiac Book Reviews

"D.L. Snow's writing makes my heart sing...When you sit down to read SIREN'S SONG, get comfortable because you'll be glued to the pages until you reach The End!" ~ Sheila Seabrook, Two Time Golden Heart Finalist


COMING SOON TO BANDIT CREEK:

Penny Candy/Hard Candy by Jade Buchanan
Devil Unknown by Steena Holmes

Check out Bandit Creek Books: banditcreekbooks.com

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
DL Snow has a passion for bringing myths to life. Check out SLAYER, a red-hot fairy tale from Samhain Publishing or her USA TODAY bestselling trilogy, THIEF OF HEARTS. Learn more about DL at dlsnow.ca.


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"Siren's Song is a mystery wrapped in a heart-wrenching love story that spans all different times. I laughed, I cried, I gasped, and I raged. Like Joss was pulled into the lake by Kyle, I was pulled into this story by D.L. Snow. I'm glad I didn't pass this one up." ~ Zodiac Book Reviews

"D.L. Snow's writing makes my heart sing...When you sit down to read SIREN'S SONG, get comfortable because you'll be glued to the pages until you reach The End!" ~ Sheila Seabrook, Two Time Golden Heart Finalist

"The way D.L. Snow intricately weaves Native American lore and legends with a very accurately depicted western gold town is what truly makes this such an amazing story!" ~ Trip Williams, Author

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Excerpt:
I rubbed my eyes and sniffed when a shadow passed over me and I spun around. The ghost of Kyle Copeland stood behind me.

I picked up a rock. "Go away!" I yelled and threw the rock at him. It went right through. "Can't you just leave me alone?"

He tilted his head to one side and then nodded once and walked right into the lake until he disappeared. All that was left of him was a nearly imperceptible ripple in the water where he'd vanished

From somewhere across the lake, I heard a soft, hauntingly heartbroken voice singing the same melody, the same words as the song I had written just that morning. Meet me in the Promised Land, where all our dreams come true, meet me in the Promised Land, I'll go first and wait for you...

I whipped my head around to try to catch the source of the voice. But there was no one there. Of course there wasn't. How could anyone know my song?

There was only one explanation. I was going crazy.

My hands shook as I splashed my face with the frigid lake water and then splashed again. After drying my face on the hem of my now wrinkled, cotton dress, I looked down into the disturbed water of the lake. Something was wrong. I cocked my head to one side and then the other trying to figure out what it was.

I slowly reached out to touch the strange reflection with my fingertip.
 
Instead of my face being reflected in the glassy surface of the water, it was Kyle's. When I frowned in confusion, Kyle smiled. I gasped but before I could scramble to my feet, Kyle's hands--his no longer transparent hands--reached up out of the water and grasped mine, locking me in his grip.

I tried to wrench my wrists free, but he was too strong. His cold, solid flesh held me and drew me forward. Then, in one powerful heave, he pulled me under.

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  • Print Length: 171 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1480187801
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Siren's Song makes my heart sing .... October 1, 2011
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
D.L. Snow's writing makes my heart sing. I read her for the first time early this year and loved SLAYER so much, I went in search of other titles by this author. With the release of SIREN'S SONG, I'm in heaven. Written from the heroine's point of view, this is the story of a young woman dragged back to 1899, her struggle to adapt to her new surroundings, and her constant determination to return home to her own time. With a blend of action, romance, and ghostly intervention, D.L. Snow's latest release is golden.

This review comes with a warning: When you sit down to read SIREN'S SONG, get comfortable because you'll be glued to the pages until you reach The End!
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A must read time travel story October 1, 2011
Format:Kindle Edition
Another fabulous book in the Bandit Creek series. I like how they come out every two weeks.
Siren's Song is a time travel story that catches your attention from the very beginning.
I've read other stories by this author and I have to admit that this new story is just as good!
A must read.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
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(SPOILERS MAY BE PRESENT)

Joss Jones is unsatisfied with her life and just wants some normalcy after a childhood as a teen idol singer. She hopes she'll find that normalcy in Bandit Creek when she inherits her grandmother's house and a 1983 Firebird. But she finds nothing close to normal when she arrives at her new house and she's stalked by the ghost of a young man who seems to have a message for her.

When Joss goes to the James Ellis School for a job as the music teacher, she learns that her ghost is Kyle Copeland, who disappeared from Bandit Creek without a trace ten years ago. After Joss meets some of the students and questions of her accident, that took her mother's life, are voiced, Joss is overwhelmed and runs to the lake. Kneeling at the edge if the lake, crying out her sorrow and frustration, Joss hears the song she'd been dreaming about:

"Meet me in the Promised Land,
where all our dreams come true,
meet me in the Promised Land,
I'll go first and wait for you..."

When she looks down at her reflection in the lake, it isn't her reflection, but Kyle's and suddenly she's being pulled into the lake by a very real and very solid Kyle Copeland. But when she wakes up she's in a very different place, with very different people. But one person looks familiar: Is Morgan Hawes who he claims to be or is he really Kyle Copeland? Will Joss ever be able to get home or will she be forever known as the Siren of Bandit Creek? And if she does make it home, will her heart be forever lost to a man in 1899 Bandit Creek?

I completely fell in love with Siren's Song. I was intrigued by the mystery of Morgan Hawes and his connection to Kyle Copeland, as well as the coincidence (or not?
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars wow great read February 18, 2012
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Best free book I ever read little shaky in some areas of the surreal scenes but seriously inventive and entertaining read. Who doesn't like happily ever after with some twists :-) Well done!!!!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Extremely Well Done February 15, 2012
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Just downloaded onto my kindle this week, I was in the mood for something short and picked it up. It's a novella, approximately 2 or 2 and a half hours of reading. And very well done.

Joss is former singer turned school teacher. She hasn't sang since her mother died. (Interesting story there. Not telling.) She moves back to Bandit Creek, Montana where she struggles with who and what she wants to be and where she wants to do it. She's confused. She gets even more confused when a hand comes out and pulls her into Lost Lake, and into Bandit Creek 100 years ago.

There's a saloon madame who wants to sell Joss's services, a seedy man wanting to buy them, an Indian with answers he doesn't want to divulge, and of course, a handsome man that Joss starts to fall for.. but he thinks she's crazy-always talking about the future and tell him he's from it.. cause he looks exactly like a boy that disappeared from Bandit Creek ten years before (in modern Bandit Creek.)

I loved how this unfolded. I was left guessing as to its ending. The characters all had interesting stories. The love story was done at a good pace and believable. I think it could have used more details. I mean, the chick did time travel. Imagine using a nasty ole outhouse, bathing back then, getting adjusted to a life without modern appliances.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Siren's Song January 3, 2012
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When I first picked up this novella I was a little apprehensive - unsure about a time travel story. I do love a great tale and even more if there is romantic elements and yes, I do admit... I'm a pushover for a great love story! But I do have to come clean on one important issue that was a true disappointment in this book... IT ENDED!!!! Ahhhh... What an amazing tale!!! I cannot begin to capture all the elements of this story that made it such a compelling read that I honestly read right through the night and sat mesmerized as I waited for the morning coffee to brew. I didn't want it to end! Okay - I admit, I am a slow reader but when I have a great book in my hands like this one, I even read slower as the tale spins through my mind like a movie.

Honestly, I have to say that the way D.L. Snow intricately weaves Native American lore and legends with a very accurately depicted western gold town is what truly makes this such an amazing story! I cannot tell you the number of times I tried to figure out how Joss Jones was going to make it home and each time I thought I knew the answer - I was way out to lunch! The fact that D.L. knows so much about the native culture, legends, superstitions and spiritualism; cements the story in such a believable tale that you would be hard pressed to not be a believer.

Since reading this book I have gifted it to other family members and friends [and trust me, I am far from done]. The feed back has all been the same and some have now searched her out and bought her other book Slayer. You will probably be doing the same. Dara Lee is an impressive new writer that has an amazing future ahead of her. I can't wait to see what else she can dream up!

Trip Williams...
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5.0 out of 5 stars but I am sure it will be good.
Haven't read it yet, but I am sure it will be good.
Published 1 month ago by Patricia Stevens
4.0 out of 5 stars Truly one of a kind!
I bought this book three years ago because it was free...on amazon. It stayed on my shelf, untouched until three hours ago. I finished this book in three hours! Read more
Published 4 months ago by a.lee
4.0 out of 5 stars Very Interesting
This is a good read. The story and plot are very well thought out and written. It is definitely worth the read.
Published 9 months ago by KERRY M PAWLING
3.0 out of 5 stars Great until the end
I really enjoyed this book. What's more, I read it almost in one sitting. I stayed up way past when I should have gotten to bed, because I couldn't wait to get to the end. Read more
Published 15 months ago by Reader With Standards
3.0 out of 5 stars Ending is confusing and disappointing
This novella captured my interest from the beginning, and I enjoyed the time travel plot that took the protagonist into the past. The writing is also good. Read more
Published 16 months ago by Loves to Read
3.0 out of 5 stars Siren's Song Bandit Creek)
A very interesting read. Slow in action but interesting read. Most of the Bandit Creek series has action and love scenes that keep the pages turing.
Published 18 months ago by Lilbit729
5.0 out of 5 stars Siren's song
I loved this book. the sweet love story, the falling through time. the suspense at the end when you think it is all over, and then one more twist. excellent.
Published 20 months ago by Eleasha Coombe
1.0 out of 5 stars So much missing from this book
Summary:

The main character of the book is Joss Jones, an ex-pop star who returns to her home town after the death of her grandmother. Read more
Published 20 months ago by {Books She Reads}
3.0 out of 5 stars Not my cup of tea, but an okay book.
This book moved slow and was pretty short. The characters were fine, but nothing real captivating. It was over all simply okay.
Published 21 months ago by Todd Hoffman
2.0 out of 5 stars Okay
I was just getting into this book and it ended... I couldn't believe it stopped that soon. Really needed more story and more pages.
Published on July 5, 2012 by Christine
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A USA TODAY bestselling author, DL SNOW has a passion for bringing myths to life. Whether it's stories about time travel, reincarnation, Robin Hood or any number of legends, she believes there's magic to be found in the world around us even if we only experience it through our imagination. DL lives in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains with her two dogs, two cats, two children...and one husband.

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