Siren Song (Mythica #4)
When Chloe Karras sings, she knows that no one can resist her sensual allure--except for the sexy naval officer seemingly immune to her voice. But Captain Alex Shore is just the man she wants to take home after her performance--until he tells her what she thought were imagined powers are real...and dangerous.
Alexandros knows firsthand how seductive sirens are, as well as t...more
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A tale wrapped in a land of magical places, splendid wonder and calming b...more
And it's too damned short.
This short story bursts with character development, and you want to know more. More backstories, more scenes getting our protagonists together. And that would be my one criticism about this story. I want more of it. Does that count...more
I really enjoyed the flow of this story. I liked Chloe and Alexandro and thought that they worked pretty well together as a couple. I liked the paranormal aspect including her being a siren. The steamy scenes were very well written and had a nice little twist. It has a suspenseful plot due to some murders, and I thought the villain made sense. I was impressed that the story, as short as it was, covered so much ground in enough depth to make me care and fly through the pa...more
I enjoyed the creative twists on mythology. It kept me hooked on the story and I read it in one sitting.
Alexandros was an interesting hero. Tormented. Just how I like them. *ev...more
I enjoyed the story, but it didn't seem quite complete to me. I felt like it needed a bit more development on what exactly these characters are. There was a lot of hinting at more behind the curtain, but not very much displaying...more
Sexy read! I loved the rock n roll feel of this book. Siren Song is a fast, fun, hot little read. This is my second time reading a book from this series. Being a lover of Greek Mythology, I'm really loving it so far. Ms. Draven has done another great job of weaving mythol...more
I really wasn't a fan of either of these characters at first. Chloe just seemed a little stuck on herself. She would prance...more
The plot was interesting, fast-paced, and should keep the reader on his/her toes. The events went by very quickly, this book will be a fast-read-likely finished in...more
I found the heroine's overt sexuality distasteful and the hero was a manhandling ass. At no stage was their attraction or love believable and in fact the novella itself was very surface and shallow. It didn't feel like anything; it was just going through the motions.
Sophia was too easy to suspect and the overall feel of the novella was rushed and annoying.
Not recommended. 1.5/5
Stephanie has always been a storyteller. In elementary school, she channeled Scheherazade, weaving a series of stories t...more