Monday, April 4, 2016


Title: Songbird
Series: Sinclair #1
Author: Jaymin Eve
Rating: 

It took many years but finally Melodee Lee is in control of her life. The twenty-three year old trusts no one, and spends her time nomadically wandering with the underground cage fighting scene. Her innocent looks are an asset and she utilizes them to their fullest extent. Fighting is how she makes her money and she’s damn good at it. Yeah, sometimes she’s lonely, but her set-up guarantees no one screws with her and she doesn’t have to think about the ten ways she knows how to kill a man. Of course, that was before she met the Sinclairs.

Nathan Sinclair; one of the four brothers that dominate the city of Syracuse. Nathan’s a rising basketball star, set to be signed by the NBA and despite the fact his slam-dunk nickname was earned both on and off the court, he’s decided that it’s time for a break. He’s over the drama of college women.

An accident, a baby and unforgettable circumstances bring these two people together when their worlds should never have collided. And the end result have both of them questioning their lives and the choices they've made to be happy.

Note from author - This is a full length, standalone HEA romance. It is recommended for 18+ due to language and sexual situations.

     

Songbird begins when Melodee gets into a car accident. She doesn't really know the guy who was driving the car, or the people in the other car but they didn't make it. Now, Melodee must do what she can to get the baby out and save herself. Help comes in the form of town legend Nathan. He's drawn to Melodee right from the start, but other things seem to get in the way until neither of them hold off on it any longer. 

This book was interesting, but I felt like it was missing something. I'm not really sure what that is, but it just felt lacking in some ways. I really liked Melodee's character, and I enjoyed the plot line. I just wish there had been a little bit more between Nathan and Melodee. It just wasn't enough. 

Overall I liked the book. 
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