Daughter of the Siren Queen is book 2 in the Daughter of the Pirate King and it times for another fix of female pirates.
Alosa’s and the crew of the Ave-lee have finished their mission from the pirate king, they have received the last piece of the map to the legendary treasure. The pirates that had her as a prisoner are now her prisoners, the old problem is that her prisoner Riden is fairly attractive and unexpectedly loyal and big distraction to Alosa. At least Alosa has caught Vordan the man than caged her and forced her to reveal her gifts. She now has pleasure knowing he will be facing his father justice. But before she hands Vordan over to her father, Vordan exposes a secret of her fathers that turns her world upside down. Now Alosa and the crew of the Ave-lee, now must beat the Pirate King to the legendary treasure or face punishment at the hands of the Pirate King. Despite the danger Alosa will get to the treasure first as she is the daughter of the Siren Queen.
I read this book in one day, I was completely gripped by the world that Tricia Levenseller has created. It’s fast paced action packed rip-roaring pirate adventure. I love the character of Alosa she is fierce, kick ass, loyal, caring and sassy as hell.
One of my favourite elements in this book is the relationship that Alosa’s has with her crew for the Ave-lee. She would give her life to keep them safe, and several times in the books she puts herself in danger, or does things that she is not comfortable to do what is best for her crew.
The relationship between Alosa and Riden is full of tension is the book, they are battling against their feeling and what is expected of them. This cause of some great scenes between the two of them.
In this book we get to find out more about the crew of the Ave-lee, the ship is full of different characters but my favourite is little Roslyn the six-year-old pirate, who wants to help out in raids and keeps bargaining with Alosa for when she can.
I also like the fact that switched a certain behaviour around, as a very handsome man Riden is hit on repeated and they don’t take no for an answer. It’s interesting to see how uncomfortable he gets, on what is considered normal pirate behaviour coming from woman.
Just a heads up there are a couple of things in this book that are a little brutal/ shocking.
This book is a great book for anyone that likes;
- Kickass Females
I give this book 4.5 out of 5.
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