Sunday, July 9, 2017

Title: A Symphony of Sirens
Series: The Spellsinger #2
Author: Amy Sumida

To sing with your heart you must first learn to listen. 
Sirens are some of the most dangerous denizens of the Beneath. So when they start going missing, it's assumed that a supremely powerful being is behind the disappearances. But who and why? As Elaria struggles to find answers to the siren situation, even more questions arise. Questions like: what kind of magic did the witch relic leave within her? And: what should she do about the three men who have become so important to her? One is her past, one: her present, and the third wants nothing more than to be her future. Can she find the solution in time to save her family? Or will love turn her symphony sour?


Elaria is trying to find her missing relatives. No one knows who took them or why, and she's going to do everything she can in order to find them, no matter what it takes. But along the way she's having issues with three men who have her heart, and she doesn't know what to do about it. 

This book was okay. I was a little disappointed with how the RH starts, but I did enjoy the book. I really liked the heroine, and I enjoyed how strong she is, and how she isn't going to take crap from anyone no matter who they are. 

The only other thing that bothered me was this one feels similar to two of this author's other series, and while that necessarily isn't a bad thing, I don't want to have to feel like I'm re-reading those other series just a bit different. So, I'm hoping this one starts be very different from them. 
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