Daughter of the Siren Queen

Daughter of the Siren Queen

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...

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Title:Daughter of the Siren Queen
Author:Tricia Levenseller
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Daughter of the Siren Queen Reviews

  • Brooke

    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.

  • Austine (NovelKnight)

    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.

    picks up where the last book left off with Alosa seeking one final piece of the map to one of the largest (if not

    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 

    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.

    picks up where the last book left off with Alosa seeking one final piece of the map to one of the largest (if not

    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 

    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 

    of page time. I think their romance was done really well in that they made mistakes and it 

    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, 

    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 

    , you absolutely need the sequel on your TBR! If you 

    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!

  • YA and Wine

    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.

  • Rachael (RedRchlReads)

    RTC

  • alice (arctic books)

    4.5/5 stars. So much fun & a very satisfying ending, yet there were a few aspects that annoyed me. Full review to come!

  • Ashley (Bound to Love YA)

    THIS CANNOT COME FAST ENOUGH!!! Why must 2018 be sooooo far away!

    I'll totally wait for you, though, Alosa...

  • Talía

    GUYSSS! IT HAS A

    I know, I wish it was a different style, but I still find it cute <3

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    Feb 27th 2018!!!!

    Why is 2018 so

    ?!!! Also, THAT TITLE! Im ready for more of this story! (especially more Alosa and sirens).

    GUYSSS! IT HAS A

    I know, I wish it was a different style, but I still find it cute <3

    ----

    Feb 27th 2018!!!!

    Why is 2018 so

    ?!!! Also, THAT TITLE! I´m ready for more of this story! (especially more Alosa and sirens).

  • Cindy ✩☽ Savage Queen ♔

    OMG I am so ready for this!!! Honestly, I need more of Alosa kicking ass, taking names and just being her slaying self ;)

  • Haadiya // Semi-Hiatus

    This cover is nice too....but the previous one was....better?

    Anyway YAY the cover is released!

  • ♛ Garima ♛

    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...:(

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