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The Secret Life of a Teenage Siren by Wendy Toliver
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Dec 09, 2009

really liked it

Romance/low fantasy

Roxy is an almost 16 year old who doesn't have a whole lot going for her. She is a band geek, and wasn't blessed with exceptionally good looks, but on her 16th birthday, all that changes. She discovers that she, like her grandmother, is a siren and receives her siren powers. Suddenly, she is stunningly gorgeous and has the power to win the heart of any and all boys that she wants. There are only two rules that come with these amazing powers: She can't tell anyone she is a siren, and she cannot fall in love. This book was really entertaining to read. I've always enjoyed sappy romance books to some extent, but I liked the humor that was laced throughout the story. Every girl dreams of being beautiful and irresistible, but Roxy's story helps teenage girls to realize that looks aren't everything, and that true beauty lies within a person. This is certainly not the type of book that an adolescent boy would enjoy, but teenage girls everywhere are bound to find it a must-read.
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