Book Review: Siren Snow

For the final day of our Siren Snow Release Party, we have a very special treat. Anyone who leaves a comment will be entered into a drawing to receive a free PDF copy of the book from the author. So, please enjoy reading my review of Siren Snow and don't forget to leave a comment!

Siren Snow (Book #1 of the Redhaven Saga)
By Victoria Barrow
Published February 2013
My Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

My Review: Siren Snow is the story of Lucy Sinclair, the young Witch-Warden for Washington State. She spends most of her days working in her shop and taking care of the routine magical needs of the folks under her care. Until a strange storm brings more than just a blizzard. A sea creature from the depths of the sea is just the beginning of Lucy’s troubles. When an injured siren washes up on shore, Lucy must embark upon a dangerous journey to save her.

This story is a fantastical adventure featuring mythical and magical beings, both traditional and those created by the author’s rich imagination. The characters are well drawn and engaging, and you’ll fall in love with the varied cast. From Mishal, Lucy’s hot elemental guardian (and I do mean hot!) to Mel, the stoic Siren, the author introduces the reader to characters we’ll sorely miss once we finish that last page.

Siren Snow is not without romance, though Lucy’s love life does take back seat to her heroic endeavors. Mishal, her best friend and protector, sticks by Lucy’s side, providing unwavering support. There are a few tender moments between them, but Lucy is holding back. She has a secret that involves a demon from her dreams. Twists, turns, and surprises await Lucy on her journey and the ending will leave you breathless.

I’m waiting anxiously for the next book in the series and once you read it, you will too. I highly recommend this book.

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  1. It's always good to have a unwavering protector around. Sound interesting

  2. Ohhhhh, this has caught my attention. Want to read. :)

  3. Great review, Tricia, and I love the book cover too. I'd certainly pick it up!

  4. The author has generously asked me to forward a PDF copy to the three people who left a comment. Looks like you're all winners! Thanks everyone for participating.


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