Review: The Siren and the Deep Blue Sea by Kerrelyn Sparks

 

Raised on the magic-seeped Isle of Moon, Maeve is used to unusual powers--and the way they fuel the politics of her world. But when she discovers an ability to shape-shift at will, she knows who she wants to share it with first. Brody, the enigmatic, infuriating shifter-spy has always made time for Maeve. But it's been almost two months since she's seen him. And though no one else believes Brody is in danger, Maeve is more than ready to rescue him herself.

The rumors Brody's investigating are terrifying: a secret army of magic-users, in the service of the cruel Circle of Five. But when he uncovers the identity of one of the Five, the mission becomes personal. Cursed as a boy by the Sea Witch, Brody can spend only two hours a day in his human form, a restriction that limits his future and muzzles his heart. Plus Maeve teases him for being such a pretty doggy instead of appreciating his manly charms. To win his freedom, he must take on a terrible disguise. And when Maeve finds out, she'll unleash a tempest like no other . . .

I think for most of us this book is a long time coming. Most of us who have enjoyed this series couldn't wait for Brody's story. Oh, and Maeve's story too. What can I say, Brody, stood out to me as a more interesting character. Not that I don't like Maeve because I do, she just didn't stand out like he did. And really that's a good thing. Makes the story more interesting because you want to know more about Brody and you cheering him on and you also like Maeve and want her to be happy 

I have to say I really enjoyed the twist in the story. I won't tell you more because I really want you to learn it yourself but I will say that it has to do with Maeve and her mother. I bet you can't wait to read it now.

This is a good action-packed story that has you cheering on both Brody and Maeve. I'm so glad these two found a way to stick together and fight together. We learn so much in this story and I'm happy that Maeve went looking for Brody.

I really enjoyed this story and was a little sad that the series has come to an end but I'm looking forward to what comes next from this author. 






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