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Siren Call (Mermaid Catcher, #1)

3.03 of 5 stars 3.03  ·  rating details  ·  110 ratings  ·  17 reviews
Amazon (Kindle) best-selling author of Almost a Bride, Kimberly Llewellyn introduces a sexy series with a tale of a woman discovering her special gift and an unsuspecting man whose life is on the line. Two souls whose dangerous attraction could seal the fate of mankind. Finally...the reason behind the man shortage. A beautiful soul with a seductive power... When Serina Jam ...more
Paperback, 352 pages
Published August 1st 2011 by Createspace
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Howard Parsons
Mar 16, 2012 Howard Parsons rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Adult females and strong yet sensitive guys.
It is the policy of this reviewer to NOT include spoilers and/or plot synopses in his reviews. (Neptune knows that there are enough other reviewers who do this.) Instead, this reviewer usually chooses to comment on the book as a whole or, perhaps, certain characters and/or points in the plot.

Unless otherwise noted, all reviews are based on the Kindle edition.

This is another one of those books that is hard to put down. In fact, it had me on the edge of my seat. Kimberly Llewellyn's vision of merm
This is the beginning of an awesome series. Kimberly Llewellyn can weave character, action, and dialogue in such a way that you feel part of the story. It was difficult to put the book down, once I started. I always wanted to read "just a little bit more."

Definitely looking forward to more in this series!
Eh, it seemed really long for what it told. I liked the word "merminions", I need to get me some of those. I have never read a mermaid story before, it was okay.
Valerie Cole
Do you like romance? Do you like mermaids? Put the two together and you have an awesome book.
Serina is an extremely successful swimwear designer that lives in a tiny seaside town where the men are disappearing. She discovers that the perpetrators are mermaids, and that it is her job as the Mermaid Catcher to stop them.

I was intrigued by the whole mermaid angle because it's not something that I come across a lot. However, this book had a lot of things that bothered me. When the wise old Japanese couple that lives in the town comes to tell her that she is the Mermaid Catcher, she so bothe
BEWARE - this book is a health-hazard. Symptoms; lack of sleep.
Or at least that was my symptoms. I couldn't put the book down easily and despite it being an early morning, I still read on 'til late at night.
It was a great book. Serina was a really good character, with her sidekick Becca and her dreams of becoming successful for her mother. On the other side, you have Alex ; charming, protective and sexy all at the same time. His idea of 'bad' cop was a little skewed - more like sexy cop ;)- but
Serina is the owner of a bathing suit boutique that has a unique way of making the bathing suits look perfect on all women. She recently got out of a bad relationship and was beginning to feel like she is in heat. The good guys that aren't married seem to have left town, because prospects are beginning to look grim. In walks Alex, a sexy police officer asking about the disappearance of Sirena's ex. As the evidence seems to pile up against her, Serina has to find out who's trying to frame her bef ...more
Yet another quick, light read. It included elements of romance, fantasy, and action/adventure. As noted by the date, I finished it in just over a day, but did pretty much devote the whole day to reading. It kept my interest throughout. I liked that it was one of those books that just sort of jumps right in rather than having a lot of stuff you have to wade through before things get interesting. Quick assessment: enjoyable chick lit.
I find myself hoping for more books in this series. Ms. Llwellyn did a great job of keeping me turning my page, I anticipated the twists and turns in the story from start to finish.
Not that great. The writing wasn't very good, the characters were pretty terrible. It didn't hold my interest and I dropped it about 50% of the way through.
Not what I was expecting. If I wanted CSI I would have turned on the TV. I saw a mermaid, expected a fantasy. Should have read the blurb and the reviews.
Kimberly Llewellyn
Dec 11, 2012 Kimberly Llewellyn added it  ·  (Review from the author)
Siren Call is in production to be made as an audio book. Narrator is wonderful. Ought to be available by late January. Very exciting.
Kathy Carmichael
Witty, sexy and fun. I still think about the wildly original (and steamy!) dimple scene.
Melissa Summers
Not my normal reading fare, but having a book about mermaids was a nice change of pace.
It had a lot of potential, but I have to stop with these free romance/porn kindle books!
It was ok, but I kept waiting for better writing to surface.
Dec 26, 2011 Peter rated it 1 of 5 stars
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Known as The Wedding Writer, Kimberly Llewellyn is the author of eight novels, including the IndieBound Bestseller, Tulle Little, Tulle Late and The Quest for the Holy Veil by Penguin/Berkley, New York, NY. Indie books include other best sellers such as Siren Call and Almost a Bride.

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