Silent Siren by Alexa Aames

Pact of Prince, Book 1

Changeling Press

Futuristic, Paranormal, Sci-Fi

ISBN: 978-1-59596-599-8

Reviewed by Nikita Steele



The forbidden fruit…

Every since Veylin came to live in their castle many years ago, Thane had always been infatuated with her.  Because Veylin mute, everyone assumed that she was slow and simple-minded, and Veylin worked hard at maintaining her illusion because of dangerous secrets from her past.  Thane became aware of her intellect when he caught her sneaking around in his mother’s library and once he learned that Veylin was attracted to him in a romantic way, his once ingenuous fascination quickly blossomed into hot lust.  A covert, heated affair swiftly developed between them and Thane was willing to do whatever it took to keep Veylin by his side and guard her secret, even at the cost of his own freedom.  Will Veylin allow Thane to take the fall for protecting their secret love affair, or will she come clean about her past?

Silent Siren is a very intriguing story that quickly roped me in.  The plot moved at a rapid pace, so much so, that I completed this tale in one sitting.  As the prologue to a three part series that revolved around three brothers, Silent Siren introduced a spellbinding mystery that I am sure will play a very important role in the two forthcoming stories.  I can’t wait to get my greedy little hands on Thane’s brothers’ stories.  Readers, I must warn you: the ending is a cliffhanger that will leave you screaming for more.   I was totally captivated by Veylin and Thane both as a couple and with their individual personalities.  Their scorching romance was hot and heavy with countless erotic foreplay that left me breathless with great desire.  Thane demonstrated great compassion and protectiveness towards Veylin; while, Veylin was a woman of mystery I long to know more about.  Overall, author Alexa Aames did an excellent job of hooking me into her Pact of Prince series.


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