Sunday, August 19, 2012

Review of Siren's Serenade (Wiccan Haus Book 4) by Dominique Eastwick

Title: Siren's Serenade (Wiccan Haus Book Four)
Author: Dominique Eastwick
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Length: Novella
Reviewer: Twigs


Loving her might just be the death of him.

When Coast Guard rescue swimmer Kaleb Theldon sees what he's sure is a mermaid pulling his partner into the murky depths of the Bering Sea, they call it PTSD. In order to save his career, Kaleb agrees to a week at an island spa off the coast of Maine. But the spa is nothing like he expected, and he isn't prepared for the sexy siren that crosses his path. But will her passion be more than one mere human can take?

Serena has a problem, and after four previous visits to the Wiccan Haus, she'd expected things to get easier. But on the mermaid’s fifth visit, Kaleb walks in and everything in her life becomes complicated. Never has she wanted to mate with a human man before. But can she love a man who has a chip on his shoulder a league long when it comes to mermaids? Can she deal with her own issues all while keeping her true self secret from the man she loves?

And will loving him prove deadly?

This time, the staff have more than healing on their agenda. Can the siblings, Myron, and Rekkus prove to these two lovers that things aren't always how they appear on the surface? Or will Kaleb's demise be found in his Siren's Serenade?

Welcome back to the Wiccan Haus.










Short, quick read. Very sweet. Although it starts off a bit slow and it didn't keep my attention at first, it was a good read. It has a wide variety of paranormal beings in the book, most are just mentions, but in the book you have mermaids, were-tigers, witches, were-sharks and such. My first time reading about shifter water animals but I have to admit I am intruiged by them.

I didn't connect with Serena or Kaleb as much as I would of liked to but that did not take away from their story, or their struggles. This is my first read from Eastwick but I plan on starting this series from the beggining.

2 comments:

  1. Thank you for the lovely review. I hope you enjoy the rest of the books. :)

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  2. Thank you for giving me the opportunity to read it!

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