Book: The Siren's Tale (Home Schooling) by Anne Carlisle
|4.3 stars based on the 3 most helpful Amazon reviews|
Anne Carlisleabout this book: I began with the idea that vampires are overdone and that it was about time strong paranormal women were put into human situations, adding variety to the paranormal-romance genre. In "The Siren's Tale," which works as a stand-alone piece, the sexual exploits of sirens in human form make for charming entertainment and spicy inspiration for YA/NA readers. Female power and intellect clash with rustic superstition, with deadly consequences, as the siren Cassandra seeks a life of fiery passion in the Old West. Owing to a curse that deflects her paranormal powers toward the dark side, Cassandra's human lovers and her descendants alike are in jeopardy. The contemporary frame poses interesting questions: Can a siren's voracious appetite for adventurous passion be reconciled with core human values? Will the youngest siren learn how to live and love? Readers are left with the tantalizing possibility that they, too, may be sirens or demons in human form.
Sample of 5 star reviews:
Donn says,"Anne Carlisle combines erotic, siren-infused romance with a fictional view of rustic frontier Wyoming in THE SIREN's TALE, the second book in the HOME SCHOOLING TRILOGY. The dominance of the educated, cunning, and alluring sirens over their male conquests makes Carlisle's novel a staple on the nightstand of female readers seeking steamy paranormal passion. However, the story also contains abundant suspense, capable of pulling readers of all genres anxiously through the novel -- page to page, chapter to chapter."
Rick F says: "The book is magnificent!"
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