Sia: Phantom Wolf

Sia: Phantom Wolf


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Eighteen years have now passed since the Phantom Wolf, Sia, faced her greatest challenge when she was forced to kill her lover, Kiba-the rightful heir to the throne. Sia murdered the dishonorable King Taleb for his transgressions before resting in peace among her Spirit Pack.
Saith and Keeley now rule over the Kingdom, endeavoring to restore peace and allegiance throughout the land. Their actions are clouded in secrecy so that their daughter-whom they named Sia-should remain protected and unaware. But what are they preparing for?
Sia, now almost eighteen years of age, must face her own journey to discover the mysteries her world has to offer. In order to uncover her true potential, Sia must confront her feelings for Trim. When her name is called, she sees him cringe as he remembers the love he once held for the Great Phantom Wolf before her.
Mistrust and lies decay the Kingdom's solidarity. Sia's curiosity is piqued by the fear that shadows all wolves: the threat of the humans. So what happens when she comes across one?

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780992502867
Publisher: Crystal Publishing
Publication date: 11/19/2014
Pages: 228
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.52(d)

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Sia: Phantom Wolf 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Kritzusa More than 1 year ago
Sia is the beginning of a series written by Kia Carrington-Russell that is focused on King Saith, Queen Keeley and Sai their daughter the princesses. For me reading Phantom Wolf first helped me to understand the characters in Sia. This story takes place approximately 19 years after Phantom Wolf. Saith and Keeley have been in power for 18 years. They have united the kingdom over the years but are facing decreasing unity. Lady Momiko and Trim are staying at the castle. Trim is one of the best warriors in the kingdom and is the personal bodyguard for Princess Sai. A day before her 18th birthday Sai becomes severely ill. The tale takes a turn here as the castle is ambushed, Lady Momiko dies, love is declared and Sia’s right eye changes color to green. As with Kia’s other books the twists and turns keep you guessing. After Phantom Wolf set the stage for the start of Sia the book does not disappoint. The characters continue to evolve; encounter harder obstacles and further develop of the complicated relationships between main and support characters. By the end of this book I wished it hadn’t ended and left me wanting more, NOW!! There are many unanswered questions that could go in any direction. I again highly recommend this series and eagerly await the next installment. Hold on Sia, you will prevail.
Amers86 More than 1 year ago
Ahh, yet again, Kia captures her audience with a great romance story, with humor, angst, love, and incredible strength. I can not wait for the third book to see where she leads Sia and to see how she grows!! You will love this!
DiiMI More than 1 year ago
The fierce and brave Phantom Wolf, Sia is gone, at peace with her spirit pack. The new King and Queen have worked hard to restore the peace that was shattered long ago. Their daughter, Sia’s namesake is now approaching eighteen, sheltered from the ugly side of life; she has been protected by the fierce warrior Trim. Scarred and blinded in one eye in the battle that ended the Phantom Wolf’s wandering, he has been the sometimes intolerant, but constant shadow to young Sia. The peace is being threatened again and there are plans afoot that are being kept from Sia. As a warrior, she is skilled, but too small to be effective. Is she to become part of a political assignation? Is she an unknowing pawn or will Sia discover what everyone else knows? Sia is changing, she doesn’t understand what is happening . Will she become as great as her namesake or are these changes an omen? What of her feelings for Trim? Is what her heart feels, a crush? Hero worship? Or is it a true love that will not be satisfied by anyone else. When she meets the most feared enemy of the wolves, she finds that her world has been too small, too sheltered and too full of misconceptions. Humans have the same loyalties, emotions and fears as the wolves, but how can one find a way to tear down this barrier? Kia Carrington-Russell’s Sia is a wonderful compliment to this series with a brief background sketch of previous events to set the stage here, this young Sia is just as unsure, just as brave and determined as the Phantom Wolf. Ms. Carrington-Russell has once again stretched the boundaries of fantasy by presenting her wolves with deep emotional ties, deep treachery and deep prejudices that parallel the feelings of the humans. But should they fear each other? Ms. Carrington-Russell has handled the tentative and new relationship between Sia, Trim and a couple of young humans with perfect detail and clarity. Will she allow this Sia to help bring understanding between wolves and humans? Wonderful dialogue, a great depiction of a teen wolf and an enchanting tale highlight Sia’s story.
Archaeolibrarian More than 1 year ago
I received this from Bit 'n' Book Tours in return for a fair and honest review. I thoroughly enjoyed Phantom Wolf which I said was original and refreshing so I was really looking forward to diving back into this creative world and I was so not disappointed! Time has moved and Keeley's baby is now fully grown and chomping at the bit to prove that she has indeed grown up and isn't a baby anymore, even though everyone insists on treating her as such. Because of this, she is sometimes wilful and obstinate, refusing to do what she knows is right - such as staying and training with Hansel. What doesn't help either is the fact that she has been in love with Trim for as long as she can remember but he only sees her for her namesake. Kia has again written a wonderful, action-packed and yet poignant tale that will sweep you away. The plot is well paced and the characters are fantastically written. They each have their own idiosyncrasies which make for a very interesting read. There is a broad spectrum of characters to identify with, from the extrovert to the charmer, to the warrior. There is something here for everyone. The ending came very quickly for me but only because I was so engrossed in the story. It has, however, left me with questions that still need answering so if you want everything tied up at the end of this story then you will be disappointed. For me, it means that I can't wait for Book 3 to come out so I can return to the world of Sia and Trim.