Never Date a Siren

Pub Date:   |   Archive Date: 05 Dec 2019

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This was a very unexpected and unique paranormal read.  I'd say paranormal romance, but it's really more focused on some love gone bad and the magical elements involved.  As the start to what could/should be a series, I'm hooked.

Brigit is out in the world, at a fae filled college, trying her hardest to just be "one of the students."  Sadly, she has a very strong sense of moral right and wrong, and gets drawn into a bit of trouble that centers around Logan.  Logan is a wee bit magical himself, but is suffering from the negative effects of falling for a siren.  He was hooked by someone he thought was genuinely interested in him, but was just using him to get to bigger and better things.  The bad part?  If she doesn't release him, he'll probably die.  

Brigit ends up taking up the fight against this siren, determined to free her new pal Logan from a genuinely evil ex.  There's a bit that Brigit hasn't told Logan, and oodles more we all learn about dryads and the fae world in general, but the big fight is primarily the Logan/siren deal.  I admit to assuming that we would end this book with a big fat HEA between Logan and Brigit, but I assume this will be a slow burn.
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I really liked this book. The characters were well rounded and the plot was really fun. I also really liked the setting, which made it more interesting.
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I couldn’t really get into the plot for this one. The synopsis seemed really cool, but I didn’t quite understand where things were moving and why they were developing that way when I read the book. The characters didn’t connect really, and the situations seemed a little bizarre to me. Perhaps it was largely due to the beginning: it didn’t hook me in enough to be interested in where things were going. Didn’t quite work for me.
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What an enchanting story filled with magical creatures and humans alike. The characters are well rounded and the story is beautifully written. This book made for a very compelling read.
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The book starts in Bridget’s freshman year in College. The setting is interesting the mix of fae and human on college is fascinating. In this story exists this small place in the world where Fae and Human live side by sidem But  is a fragile bound that could break with every mistake. Bridget is a strong willed female heroine who finds herself right in all of it. Bridget has to watch out for herself, and also for others. The author managed to get these worlds together. The book is very well written and I'm interstet to follow the story through the other years.
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