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    I couldn’t be happier

    This was not only a very thrilling story but a wonderfully impactful ending to series. Although I liked the first book better, Daughter of the Siren Queen was a great continuation in both action, adventure and romance. Daughter of the Siren Queen starts of two month from where the previous book ended, and what a start it had. It jumped immediately into action with Alosa and her crew stealing the last big piece of the puzzle only to get back to the ship and sail for the next and their biggest adventure yet. There were tension and secrets revealed early on along the way, building up the thrill and the drama. I especially loved the tension between Alosa and Riden, now having somewhat switched positions from book one, yet both knowing there is more between them now, and her trying to figure out what Riden’s agenda is in his interactions with her. And then her father’s agenda and love comes to be questioned. Her father’s secret was pretty much the catalyst to everything, brining it full circle from book one. I absolutely love the uncertainty and the betrayal between Alosa and her father, as well as the arguments and unsteady waters between her and Riden. Although, I did feel that neither she nor Riden were as snarky and flirty (for lack of better word) as in the first book, making both of them lose a bit of that personality both showed in Daughter of the Pirate King. However, I still loved what they brought to this book and the rocky but toe curling relationship that developed between them. I also liked the more complex insight to the siren side of Alosa and Riden’s part in all of that. It really made the romance all the more stronger and gave the ending a bigger high point. All in all I couldn’t be happier with the conclusion to this wonderful world and complex characters. Even though I liked the first book better it really would be an insult to give this book anything other than five stars.
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    Thoroughly enjoyable!

    Really fun, feminist, romantic, fast paced. A solid sequel!
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