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Wolf Sirens: Forbidden: Discover The Legend by [Smith, Tina]
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Wolf Sirens: Forbidden: Discover The Legend Kindle Edition

3.6 out of 5 stars 16 customer reviews

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 673 KB
  • Print Length: 382 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Outskirts Press (17 Nov. 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B009GG06AS
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  • Screen Reader: Supported
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars 16 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #505,264 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Format: Paperback
Wolf Sirens: Forbidden by Tina Smith is an enjoyable YA read. Reminding me a little of The Secret Circle and a little of Twilight, Wolf Sirens: Forbidden focus on a wolf pack, a popular group of high school teenagers who all happen to be able to shapeshift into werewolves. I liked this connection. It immediately made me feel comfortable with the read, and I certainly enjoyed the focus on werewolves.

There are a variety of twists that were completely unexpected and generally the pace was fast and character development was fitting. The array of characters developed by Tina Smith were fun to read and varied. I think she captured her characters' personalities and relationships well. The main character Lila really develops and grows as the book progresses, and most importantly is a likeable character.
There are a couple of love triangles that unravel in Wolf Sirens: Forbidden. Tina Smith captured the tension effectively and pushed her characters which I liked. I never like things to be too easy and simple for characters, they should have to work for it. This is the certainly the case here.

A niggle was the editing. It needs a little tlc throughout. There were many punctuation omissions and anomalies which did catch me out every now and then, plus the formatting was a somewhat mixed up at times. I picked up my copy three months ago, so this may have been corrected since then.

If you are looking for a YA/crossover paranormal romance filled with tension and good old love triangle, then be sure to pick up book one in this series. I will definitely read book two, Wolf Sirens: Fever, especially because of the pretty intense ending. 3.5 stars.
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Not a bad story, some of the editing was a little bit suspect but nothing too bad. The story felt very slow to start and rushed at the end. I wouldn't read anymore in the series but that is probably only because I am not a teenage girl.
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The Wolf Siren Series is quite unique in the way that the plot and characters are so different from the usual style Werewolf Novels. Here you have a group of wolves who are masquerading as High School Students after moving back to the area. When they see Lila they all stop, and within days they are all over her making her the new "IT" girl around school hanging around with the cool kids. Lila doesn't know what to do about all of this as she always hated the cool kids at her last school she when to before her and her mother moved to Shade.

Shade is a Town like no other, with a curfew in place to keep the town's residents inside and safe from the wolves that roam, taking unsuspecting people from the town who are out late and have ignored curfew. The old tales of Legend that surround Shade and it's inhabitants tells a story of Love, Death, Punishment and of a fabled Huntress. But unlike other places where stories such as this are all down to myth and folk lore, there is a deeper hidden world, a world where Werewolves are real and a balance that must beheld in place, a balance that has come home to rest in Shade.

Sam and her friends with the help of well timed warnings from the local strange girl Cresida, Lila is determinted to find out the truth to who her new friends are and just what they are up to....... What she thought was maybe some potential bullying suddenly becomes something much, much more - Can Lila handle the truth? Will she be able to stop herself from resisting Sky's charms?

I loved this introduction novel to the Wolf Siren Series, it gave you a really good platform of knowledge of everything Shade and more!
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not what i expected.
Again, i didn't read the blurb, so when you see about wolf you automatically think of werewolf..which this book was, but in a very different way.

Lila has just moved to a new area and a new school.
There are some wierd kids around. After the first day when everyone ignored her, suddenly shes pounced on (not literally) by the in clique group to join them, and by a loner called Cresida who warns her not to go with them.

Lila first deals with the loner and then takes it upon herself to hang with the clique.
I don't want to give too much away with the storyline.

Obviously there is a hint of romance, between Lila and one of the boys, Reid. But lila can't stop being drawn to the hunk called Sky. But he hardly looks at her.
The secret is revealed with one of the clique, Lily, suddenly turns and changes into a wolf to attack Lila. Someone shot her in the head and killed her instantly...but who?

So Lila is full of questions, and wants to be turned.

The clique eventually say she has to leave the group......she doesn't know why, but the main girl has the power of hypnotising, and as strong willed as Lila is she cant go against the power she places on her.

So no more hanging with the wolves..they suddenly all disappear....Sky comes to Lila....the loner Cresida takes up her role with Lila and her sudden new stamina.
She has become supernatural but not a wolf.

Part of this whole book felt it was leading up to something but never quite got to the crescendo it felt like it was building towards. I will admit to skim reading in some parts.

its not a terrible book by any means, i've read ALOT worse, but i felt a little let down by the revelations and what happens next.... :(
Sorry Ms Smith

read on behalf of Celestial book tours for an honest review
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