Daughter of the Siren Queen (Daughter of the Pirate King, #2)
Alosa's mission is finally complete. Not only has she recovered all three pieces of the map to a legendary hidden treasure, but the pirates who originally took her captive are now prisoners on her ship. Still unfairly attractive and unexpectedly loyal, first mate Riden is a constant distraction, but now he's under her orders. And she takes great comfort in knowing that the villainous Vordan will soon be facing her father's justice.When Vordan exposes a secret her father has kept for years, Alosa and her crew find themselves in a deadly race with the feared Pirate King. Despite the danger, Alosa knows they will recover the treasure first . . . after all, she is the daughter of the Siren Queen.

Daughter of the Siren Queen (Daughter of the Pirate King, #2) Details

TitleDaughter of the Siren Queen (Daughter of the Pirate King, #2)
Author
LanguageEnglish
ReleaseFeb 27th, 2018
PublisherFeiwel & Friends
Rating
GenreFantasy, Young Adult, Adventure, Pirates, Romance

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Daughter of the Siren Queen (Daughter of the Pirate King, #2) Review

  • Ashley (Bound to Love YA)
    January 1, 1970
    THIS CANNOT COME FAST ENOUGH!!! Why must 2018 be sooooo far away! I'll totally wait for you, though, Alosa...
  • Talía
    January 1, 1970
    Update: May 20th GUYSSS! IT HAS A COVER!!!I know, I wish it was a different style, but I still find it cute <3 2018, hurry uppp!----Expected publication: Feb 27th 2018!!!!Why is 2018 so FAR AWAY?!!! Also, THAT TITLE! Im ready for more of this story! (especially more Alosa and sirens). Sign me the hell up. Update: May 20th GUYSSS! IT HAS A COVER!!!I know, I wish it was a different style, but I still find it cute <3 2018, hurry uppp!----Expected publication: Feb 27th 2018!!!!Why is 2018 so FAR AWAY?!!! Also, THAT TITLE! I´m ready for more of this story! (especially more Alosa and sirens). Sign me the hell up.
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  • Cindy ✩☽ Savage Queen ♔
    January 1, 1970
    As was to be expected, this book was a roaring good time. It also got me out of my mini reading slump. I received an ARC through Goodreads First to Reads Program. A huge thank you to the publishers and Fierce Reads for providing me with a copy in exchange for an honest review. *Full review to Come*
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  • alice (arctic books)
    January 1, 1970
    4.5/5 stars. So much fun & a very satisfying ending, yet there were a few aspects that annoyed me. Full review to come!
  • Stacee
    January 1, 1970
    It was the characters from the first book that made me interested in reading this one. I really liked Alosa and Riden and the crew. I love their fierceness and bravery. Alosa’s Siren side was extra intriguing to me and I was thrilled to see that we got to get more of her and that side. Plot wise, it was fairly fast paced. There are a lot of things going on and different facets to the overall object of the story. There are lots of battle scenes and the fluid movement of Alosa’s crew is one of the It was the characters from the first book that made me interested in reading this one. I really liked Alosa and Riden and the crew. I love their fierceness and bravery. Alosa’s Siren side was extra intriguing to me and I was thrilled to see that we got to get more of her and that side. Plot wise, it was fairly fast paced. There are a lot of things going on and different facets to the overall object of the story. There are lots of battle scenes and the fluid movement of Alosa’s crew is one of the best parts. Overall, it was a quick and enjoyable read with a satisfying ending. I don’t know if there’s going to be another book, but if there is, I’ll be reading it. **Huge thanks to Feiwel and Friends for providing the arc free of charge**
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  • Haadiya // Semi-Hiatus
    January 1, 1970
    This cover is nice too....but the previous one was....better?Anyway YAY the cover is released!
  • YA and Wine
    January 1, 1970
    Alosa is back! And she's more fierce than ever as she and her amazing crew of kick-butt lady pirates face off against the Pirate King himself in a race to uncover a legendary hidden treasure. DAUGHTER OF THE SIREN QUEEN comes alive with action, adventure, and romance, and it is beyond a doubt the most fun novel I've read this year!Alosa is so much more than a lady version of Jack Sparrow. She is brave, loving, intelligent, and fiercely loyal. She isn't just a main character that you root for, sh Alosa is back! And she's more fierce than ever as she and her amazing crew of kick-butt lady pirates face off against the Pirate King himself in a race to uncover a legendary hidden treasure. DAUGHTER OF THE SIREN QUEEN comes alive with action, adventure, and romance, and it is beyond a doubt the most fun novel I've read this year!Alosa is so much more than a lady version of Jack Sparrow. She is brave, loving, intelligent, and fiercely loyal. She isn't just a main character that you root for, she is a main character that readers will dream of becoming. One of my favorite parts of DAUGHTER OF THE SIREN QUEEN was getting to see more of Alosa's mostly female crew. These ladies are so dynamic. Levenseller has given each of them such relatable yet admirable characteristics, and getting to sail alongside them on this adventure was such a treat. I can't discount the male members of the crew either. They were also fantastic, fun, and VERY swoon-worthy.Speaking of swoony, Riden is the perfect love interest! He is strong enough to challenge Alosa and also strong enough to support her. And the chemistry between the two of them truly sizzles. Levenseller does an incredible job of ratcheting up the romantic tension between the two of them while also delivering some steamy scenes that will definitely have readers cheering.The plot is so full of action and adventure and everything you'd hope from a high-seas adventure. There is plenty of swashbuckling and unexpected twists and turns that will keep readers turning those pages late into the night.This book was the perfect followup to Levenseller's hit debut novel, DAUGHTER OF THE PIRATE KING. I had so much fun reading it, and I can't wait to see what Levenseller has in store for us next.
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  • Jessica
    January 1, 1970
    "Many start to move, heeding their captain's call, but one man shouts, "No, look behind him! It's the siren bitch!" That man, I decide, dies first."So many thanks to Netgalley for sending me this ARC! If you guys don't follow me on Instagram you may not know that I have been wanting to read the follow up to Daughter of the Pirate King since I finished it almost a year ago.If you're unfamiliar with the series it follows our main character Alosa who is the daughter of both a prevalent, murderous "Many start to move, heeding their captain's call, but one man shouts, "No, look behind him! It's the siren bitch!" That man, I decide, dies first."So many thanks to Netgalley for sending me this ARC! If you guys don't follow me on Instagram you may not know that I have been wanting to read the follow up to Daughter of the Pirate King since I finished it almost a year ago.If you're unfamiliar with the series it follows our main character Alosa who is the daughter of both a prevalent, murderous pirate and a Siren he was able to prevent from killing him. In the first book she plans to get captured by another pirate crew that is rumored to have a map that leads back to the treasure her mother is hiding on their Siren island.I loved the first book. It was fast paced, had amazing banter and humor, and a bad ass female lead character that didn't seem to try to hard like I tend to notice in other books I've read recently. All the things I loved so much about the first book definitely carried on into the second one as well. I laughed, I cried. I was shocked by how much more brutal the second book was as well. This is a YA book but I was not expecting some of the things I read in Daughter of the Siren Queen.In Daughter of the Siren Queen Alosa is finally able to retrieve the map her father wants, the map she wants so desperately in the hopes that it will make her father approve of her. So that he will be proud of her. But absolutely nothing is what it seems in this book. My favorite parts of this book: 1. Mostly female pirate crew! How bad ass is that? I enjoyed every single character on Alosa's crew. Which is saying a lot considering usually just one female lead is a little too much for me. Tricia knows how to show you someone is bad ass without just saying it over and over again 2. The love interest! There are a few in this book and they weren't forced at all. It all flowed so well and naturally. 3. The Sirens *heart eyes forever*. 4. Alosa's Siren powers. I really enjoyed getting to see more of her power and growing with her while she tries to learn different ways to blend her human and Siren sides together. I think this is probably my most favorite part as it's a completely new concept to me. I've never read anything like this. 5. The fight scenes. They were so well done. I loved the creativity and description of every one, and the quick thinking of all the crew. 6. Did I mention mostly female crew backed up by some amazing gentleman? "You wouldn't give a second thought to a couple of men aboard your ship behaving in such a way or talking such talk. You do not get to judge us more harshly for being women. It's not fair, and it doesn't make sense. Not to mention I'll throw your arse overboard if I catch you doing it again."If you're looking for an easy to read book (I read both the first one and second in one day), filled with female characters who are written well, and a bad ass story about pirates this is definitely the book for you. It was such an easy, fun read for me and I really like the "magic" in this story as well. This is the first pirate book I've ever read and I thoroughly enjoyed it. I gave this book 4 stars out of 5!
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  • Brooke
    January 1, 1970
    Holy. Seas. This book was 10x better than the first, and the first book was super freaking good. Daughter of the Siren Queen was absolutely AMAZING! Full review to come.Also, God bless Tricia for Riden. SUH-WOON.
  • Aneta Bak
    January 1, 1970
    It is very rare that I like a sequel more than the first book, but this is one of those rare cases because Daughter of the Siren Queen was absolutely fantastic. I enjoyed it more than I did the first book, and I desperately don't want this story to be over yet.Alosa finally has all three pieces of the map, now its time to embark on the adventure alongside her father to retrieve the treasures kept hidden by the sirens. But when her prisoner reveals a secret, that her father has a secret weapon to It is very rare that I like a sequel more than the first book, but this is one of those rare cases because Daughter of the Siren Queen was absolutely fantastic. I enjoyed it more than I did the first book, and I desperately don't want this story to be over yet.Alosa finally has all three pieces of the map, now its time to embark on the adventure alongside her father to retrieve the treasures kept hidden by the sirens. But when her prisoner reveals a secret, that her father has a secret weapon to control not only Alosa but all the other sirens, Alosa does the only thing she knows how to do, she snoops in her father's study. What she finds there, changes her whole perspective of her father and Alosa decides to beat her father and take the treasure for herself, but no one escapes the Pirate King that easily.I fell in love with Alosa in the first book, but now we get to see a whole new side of her and I honestly fell in love with her even more. She is still the same sassy girl that you've gotten to know, but now that she is on her own ship and among her crew, you get to see the side of her that really cares for her friends and just how much she would do for them to protect their lives. Alosa honestly makes the perfect captain, and had me wishing that I could be a part of her crew.The side characters in this book were all fantastic as well, although Alosa's crew is only 34 people, I still found myself confusing a few of the less important characters, and it would take me a second before I figured out who we were talking about. The characters that I could recognize right away, I absolutely loved reading about! Obviously some of my favourites were Riden (and his romance with Alosa) as well as Madsy. There was definitely a lot of tear jerking moments between a few characters, but it honestly made me love the book even more.I absolutely loved getting to know more about the siren in this book, especially more about Alosa's powers and just how she manages to develop her siren skills and learn to control herself. The plot was fantastic and there was tons of action at every step of the story. There were a few twists in the book, but they weren't anything extra crazy. It was very well written.Overall, I highly recommend this series to all fans of pirates and fantasy adventure books. If you loved the first book in the series, then you will definitely love this one as well. I can't wait to see what Tricia Levenseller writes next.Happy Reading,Aneta
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  • ♛ Garima ♛
    January 1, 1970
    After very interesting #1, we have 2nd installment of series. Now why this is in Netgalley's 'Newly added' section by not available for distribution. I have to 'wish-for-it' which are never granted...:(
  • Sabrina The Trash Queen
    January 1, 1970
    I CAN’T WAIT FOR THIS SEQUEL!!!!!!! 2018 one of the best year for new releases.!!!
  • Aditi ~ •A Thousand Words A Million Books
    January 1, 1970
    Actual Rating: 4.5 StarsLong Story Short: I LOVED THIS BOOK. It was filled with twists, romance, revenge, family, pirates, FEMINISM, ships, battles and AAAH COULD YOU ASK FOR ANYTHING BETTER?Full review to come early February.
  • Austine (NovelKnight)
    January 1, 1970
    Last year I went on a swashbuckling adventure with the young pirate captain, Alosa, and she's back for another voyage across the seas that left no room for dull moments.Daughter of the Siren Queen picks up where the last book left off with Alosa seeking one final piece of the map to one of the largest (if not the largest) treasure troves in the world. Levenseller immediately threw me to the sharks as the action starts on page 1. It had been a little under a year since I read Daughter of the Pira Last year I went on a swashbuckling adventure with the young pirate captain, Alosa, and she's back for another voyage across the seas that left no room for dull moments.Daughter of the Siren Queen picks up where the last book left off with Alosa seeking one final piece of the map to one of the largest (if not the largest) treasure troves in the world. Levenseller immediately threw me to the sharks as the action starts on page 1. It had been a little under a year since I read Daughter of the Pirate King before picking up this book and I forgot a few things going in. There wasn't much of a refresher of the previous book like you get sometimes which I actually could have used but it didn't take long for the story to pick up.There's something about the writing style. . . Don't ask me what it is but I couldn't tell you, but it's engaging. Not over the top in a flowery/descriptive way but smooth and clean. Both books I've flown through in record time because they're just plain fun and I don't get hung up on the style.Plus, Alosa is easily a favorite heroine of mine. She's fierce and adventurous and caring. I loved seeing her interact with her all-female crew (which is AWESOME) and the dynamic they had with her as their captain but also their friend. She watched out for them and seeing her be selfless time and again just made me love her more.Of course, it didn't hurt that she had swoon-worthy Riden at her side. Yes, my friends, he's in this one and gets plenty of page time. I think their romance was done really well in that they made mistakes and it did affect their relationship. It wasn't ignored for the sake of a subplot and that made it all the more dynamic. And, I mean, I love Riden too so if things had gone south I'd not have been a happy reader.Though the first book introduced us to Alosa, Daughter of the Siren Queen allowed us to get to know her on a deeper level. She has to open up to trust Riden again, but she's also facing trust issues with her father when she discovers he's been lying to her about something life-changing (I won't spoil it for you). This drove a good bit of the plot and forced Alosa to question everything she knew up to that point. I like seeing characters have to go through these tough times because it tends to either reveal more about them and give the world a richness and depth I look for. . . or it flounders and I know not to read more. Don't worry, though, this one was the former.If you enjoyed Daughter of the Pirate King, you absolutely need the sequel on your TBR! If you haven't read DotPK then I suggest you head out to your favorite retail store/library of choice and grab a copy because these books are absolutely worth the time. I can't wait to read more by this author in the future as she's quickly become a must-buy!
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  • Rachael (RedRchlReads)
    January 1, 1970
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  • YA Wednesdays
    January 1, 1970
    A very fun and satisfying read. Review to come!
  • Christy
    January 1, 1970
    Just as amazing as the first book!Those who know me or follow me on Instagram (@cbookaddiction) know how obsessed I was with Daughter of the Pirate King so I was absolutely ecstatic when I got an ARC of DotSQ! I immediately dropped everything to read it and it was just as thrilling and amazing as the first!Alosa is one bad ass girl, and she doesn't lose that in this book, if anything it was more so. We get to see her be a captain and see how much she cares about her crew. I loved seeing this sid Just as amazing as the first book!Those who know me or follow me on Instagram (@cbookaddiction) know how obsessed I was with Daughter of the Pirate King so I was absolutely ecstatic when I got an ARC of DotSQ! I immediately dropped everything to read it and it was just as thrilling and amazing as the first!Alosa is one bad ass girl, and she doesn't lose that in this book, if anything it was more so. We get to see her be a captain and see how much she cares about her crew. I loved seeing this side of her. Riden. Oh my love, Riden. He is just absolutely perfect, ok? This book was non stop action and there's quite a few things that happen that tear at your heart. I loved every single second of it. I would love to see more from these characters, companion novels, perhaps? 🤞🏻🤞🏻🤞🏻
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  • Cierra
    January 1, 1970
    But, that release date...
  • Gaby
    January 1, 1970
    Definitely an enjoyable sequel. Fans of DAUGHTER OF THE PIRATE KING, get ready for more of what you loved in book 1!
  • Christina (Ensconced in Lit)
    January 1, 1970
    I loved diving back into the world of Alosa and Riden (so hot!) and learning more about her Siren side. I wasn't as in love with the sequel as the first, but it was still well worth the read/ride. We get thrust back into the world right after Pirate Queen, and Alosa makes short work of some of her enemies. We learn some really important secrets at the same time she does, and some of the characters get better developed as well. There's one character in particular that I really loved, but won't ta I loved diving back into the world of Alosa and Riden (so hot!) and learning more about her Siren side. I wasn't as in love with the sequel as the first, but it was still well worth the read/ride. We get thrust back into the world right after Pirate Queen, and Alosa makes short work of some of her enemies. We learn some really important secrets at the same time she does, and some of the characters get better developed as well. There's one character in particular that I really loved, but won't talk too much because it's spoilery.Alosa is still the strong woman we know but super likeable, and we get to spend more time with her crew now that she is back on her own ship. Alosa and Riden's relationship is pretty frustrating (to them as well as to me!) because they each bring their own baggage, and it's not easy for them to get over. I wish we got to see more of it, actually, after they get over themselves.Parts of the book drag, maybe because it feels like some parts are just thrown in to make the book longer, unlike Pirate Queen, where each section felt incredibly deliberate, by Alosha as well as the author. In this book, it felt like almost sometimes neither the character nor the author knew what was going on, which may have been very deliberate, but it distracted me. That said, I loved how the whole thing came together at the end, and what happened with all the characters. It was satisfying to see how it all wrapped up ultimately. I think this duology is well worth reading, and I highly recommend it!
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  • Erin Arkin
    January 1, 1970
    Loved this book and series sooo much!!Full review to come.
  • Lauren
    January 1, 1970
    4.5 stars. What an excellent end to an excellent duet! I think I may have even liked it more than the first, which is rare for me these days. Everything I loved about DAUGHTER OF THE PIRATE KING was even more intense in DAUGHTER OF THE SIREN QUEEN. This time, instead of infiltrating another crew, Alosa is back on her own ship of incredible lady pirates. I enjoyed getting to know her crew better and seeing Alosa as captain. Alosa also discovers more about her mother's siren side and finds out wha 4.5 stars. What an excellent end to an excellent duet! I think I may have even liked it more than the first, which is rare for me these days. Everything I loved about DAUGHTER OF THE PIRATE KING was even more intense in DAUGHTER OF THE SIREN QUEEN. This time, instead of infiltrating another crew, Alosa is back on her own ship of incredible lady pirates. I enjoyed getting to know her crew better and seeing Alosa as captain. Alosa also discovers more about her mother's siren side and finds out what it's like to be hunted by the pirate king. Both racing to follow the map pieces to the siren's hidden treasure. Dangers, death and enchantments are lurking everywhere, and not everyone will make it out alive, but Alosa is a great leader and friend and will do anything to succeed. Joining Alosa's crew is Riden, former first mate of the ship Alosa infiltrated in the last book. The tension continues to crackle off of these two. One of my favorite parts of this book was the continued building romance between them. This duet comes highly recommended from me! I can't wait to find out what Tricia Levenseller will write next! Love Triangle Factor: NoneCliffhanger Scale: 2/2 End of duet
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  • Nida Kazi
    January 1, 1970
    Almost a YEAR! GODDAMIT! (I'll let you on a secret : I can imagine already Draxen and Nirdia as a pair)
  • красимир митев
    January 1, 1970
    I DON'T KNOW HOW I WILL BE ABLE TO WAIT A WHOLE YEAR FOR THIS BOOK. THIS IS TORTURE. IT SHOULD BE ILLEGAL.And the title is out.Daughter of the Siren Queen. I love it.
  • Avy (Book Looney) ❄️
    January 1, 1970
    Another badass Alosa filled pirate book?!?!?DESPERATELY
  • Lori
    January 1, 1970
    Just like the first one, I really enjoyed this one but I didn't love it. I loved the characters and seeing them again and getting to know them better but there were still a few things within the book that bugged me and kept me from fully loving it. Without being too spoilery, I just felt like there was a time or two that ended up being slightly out of character for Alosa. And maybe it's just that she's different than I thought but those couple of moments really took me out of the book because th Just like the first one, I really enjoyed this one but I didn't love it. I loved the characters and seeing them again and getting to know them better but there were still a few things within the book that bugged me and kept me from fully loving it. Without being too spoilery, I just felt like there was a time or two that ended up being slightly out of character for Alosa. And maybe it's just that she's different than I thought but those couple of moments really took me out of the book because the decisions she made just felt more like a plot device than actually something Alosa would do in those moments. Otherwise, I really enjoyed Alosa and Riden together in this one and it felt a lot less frustrating for me than watching them constantly going back and forth and trying to trick each other. They were much better on the same crew than against each other. Alosa is really great in this one and shows how well she commands her crew but also much she loves and cares for them. There's a lot of danger in this book and she really shines in those moments. But she also takes time afterwards to reflect on what happened and I loved seeing her vulnerable moments as well. She's strong and smart but she has her own moments of doubt and weaknesses and it's so interesting to read about characters like Alosa. I wish there had been a little more development and discussion about her relationship with her father. I think that could have gone deeper and is sort of a missed opportunity but it didn't affect my enjoyment of the book too much. Also, Riden really shines in this book. Both as a member of Alosa's crew and working to fit in on a new ship and also as someone who cares for her. I'm glad we got to see so much more of him. Alosa's crew was fantastic in this one and I wish we had gotten a bit more time with many of them. I'm really hoping for a Kearan/Sorinda novella at some point! I did really enjoy the fast moving plot too. From the beginning of the book, it's pretty much non-stop action. So if you're looking for fun fantasy books with a little romance, great characters, and lots of action, this duology is definitely one you should pick up.
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  • Lesa Divine
    January 1, 1970
    I so enjoyed book 1 Daughter of a Pirate King. Now book 2 will be on my February TBR. Hoping to get it in mail in time to read it other words it'll be in my March TBR. But I want it now lol.
  • Cassie
    January 1, 1970
    AHHH THIS BOOK WAS SO GOOD! It was everything I wanted in this series and more. Self-rescuing heroines are my favorite! Full review to come!
  • Jessie (Ageless Pages Reviews)
    January 1, 1970
    I really want this to be titled something like "Queen of the Seas"'or something epic about ALOSA, and not connected to her relationship with a dude.
  • gab !! (foreverflippingpages)
    January 1, 1970
    Alosa has completed her dangerous mission on the Night Farer, where she risked her life to gather the missing pieces of the map that would bring her and her crew to a plethora of treasure and earn approval and praise from her father, but a hint from her enemy makes her question the man she's known, trusted and loved all her life. Alosa and her father, (not to mention, his entire fleet) are locked in a destructive battle and the outcome will determine who lives, who dies, and who rules the seas. Alosa has completed her dangerous mission on the Night Farer, where she risked her life to gather the missing pieces of the map that would bring her and her crew to a plethora of treasure and earn approval and praise from her father, but a hint from her enemy makes her question the man she's known, trusted and loved all her life. Alosa and her father, (not to mention, his entire fleet) are locked in a destructive battle and the outcome will determine who lives, who dies, and who rules the seas. Of course, there's still everyone's favorite rugged pirate, Riden, there to distract Alosa while she gets things done. Also making a constant appearance through the whole book is the entire extremely lovable crew of the Ava-lee, who are always there to crack jokes and give support. Though she has these people she can confide in, will Alosa- and her crew- make it out alive?Let me start of by saying I am absolutely astounded by this book. It was so incredible, it just blew me away. The setting, the incredible cast of characters, the slow-burning romance, the action, the fantasy aspects, and the sense of friendship just made me unable to put Daughter of the Siren Queen down. There was suspense around every corner, love scenes that made my heart melt, and action that left me on the edge of my seat. Alosa's father isn't who we think he is. We know he's evil, because he is the king of pirates, but here, he's something totally past what any reader has seen before. This book is totally brutal in only the best ways, in which action lovers like me get the perfect fill. Tricia Levenseller found her way into my heart and riddled me with a newfound obsession with both pirates and sirens. I absolutely loved this book and its predecessor and it will be on my favorites list for years to come.
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