Siren's Song

Siren's Song

by Trish Albright
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Siren's Song 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
romancingthestone More than 1 year ago
Laughed, cried, smiled, and rode the wild ride woven by Ms. Albright. Loads of fun and made my day. Only sad when it was over.
ReadinginWashington2 More than 1 year ago
Very lively! I was lost in this story all night. A classic romance for my keeper shelf.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Just introduced to Ms. Albright's books, and love them. Couldn't put this one down. I laughed AND cried my eyes out, and was sad when it was over. Great characters - wonderful heroic men and strong women you can cheer for. Truly chock full of delightful humor, heart-wrenching moments, and great action! Thank you Ms. Albright for a wonderful read!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Brilliant!!!Siren's Song is such a well crafted story and a fun read! Filled with action and yet has a delightful balance of wit and romance. I loved the authors way of creating insight into Alexandra Stafford's family and the characters that make this story one I will recommend. I can't wait to read the second one!
harstan More than 1 year ago
Alexandra Stafford loves sailing the high seas especially as the captain of her ship. Although danger can come from pirates, slave traders, official navies, the weather, or in her case her stalking enemy Paxton nothing fazes the courageous sailor. Even when she captured and sold into slavery in Monaco, Alex remains optimistic as she assumes this is another adventure for her.------------------- That is until the Duke of Worthington, Joshua rescues Alex from slavery. Afterward he meets her at galas hosted by the Ton in London. He already admired her spirit and has a desire to help her learn the meaning of a prophecy involving the SIREN¿S SONG although he fears for her life. She feels fear for the first time in her life as she prays her obsession will not lead to the death of her beloved Joshua or her family ---------------------- This an exiting late eighteenth century action-packed pirate romance in which Captain Trish Albert and her crew of readers sail the seven seas. The plot is a bit over the top, but no one will care because of Alex who sets the tone with her courage and need to know which proves infectious as the admiring audience will want to know also.------------------- Harriet Klausner
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I felt like the author had a wonderful idea of who these characters were, and, as evident by her writing, took tremendous care and thought in portraying them! Each character was so vivid! As were plot lines and twists and transitions! There were a few grammar and spelling issues (for instance the author says something is done "unconsciously" - which actually means asleep - when she means, instead, to write "subconsciously"). Full words were missing from phrases and descriptions. These would normally force me to halt with reading any book, but I was so wrapped up in the story and the characters that I didn't even care!! Truly, errors aside, it was a wonderfully, descriptive romp through historical fiction, and with romance to boot. The traditional historical romance reader - beware! - you shall have your lustful yearning for copulation tickled quite noticeably, but you shall be ultimately denied while reading this novel! (Although, there is quite alot of romance to be had!) I wish there was MORE! But with a story like that ...! I'm ready for the next one!
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