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Sirensong Chapter One I hate politics. Too bad my father is a big-deal Fae politician, hoping to get bigger. Which is how I found myself dressed in an insanely expensive midnight-blue evening dress—wearing heels, no less—and being escorted by my tux-clad father to a fancy state dinner I wanted no part of. My dad and I joined the glittering cream of Avalon high society, waiting in line between the velvet ropes as a pair of Knights controlled traffic and checked invitations. When I came to Avalon, the only place where the mortal world and Faerie intersect, I already knew my father was some kind of big-deal Fae. Or that he would try to use me as a pawn in his political chess game.

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I loved the story and waited anxiously for the people who checked out the sequels at the library to hurry up and return them. But Sirensong, compared to the other two books, was just not good. Like with Elizabeth.

That was more like an "oh" moment rather than a "whoa" moment. Like the first two books, I have mixed feelings about Dana. Except maybe the hot posset; I thought that was a really useless and quirky in a good way idea. I still love Keane. I really wish we got to know more about him though.

We never even got through the first layer of his bad boy exterior. But even with the little knowledge of him, I found him to have the most personality out of all the characters. The Erlking was as manipulative as ever in this book, and I loved that. He just makes things a lot more fun. Still wondering why his name is Arawn instead of Oberon, but whatever. The romance in this book is kind of Obviously, Ethan and Dana have something I just have no idea what that something is.

What does this beautiful fey boy see in this five foot half-human? And would this half-human still be attracted to this beautiful fey boy if he were as ugly as a troll? Also, I saw that KeanexKimber thing coming from book one, but it still seemed so Why does Ethan like Dana?

Why does Dana like Ethan? Why does Keane like Dana? Why does Dana not like Keane? Why does Keane like Kimber? Geez, this guy is fickle. Why does Kimber like Keane? The relationships in this book seem like normal 21st century relationships. They do care about each other but how long will that last? Because in YA books they last forever. And I really wished Dana would have had to live a life of celibacy.

Did Ethan really need it? I swear this girl has a body made of steel because she deals with pain just fine actually. There are countless times in the book when Dana gets severely injured and "it took all I [Dana] had not to scream.

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Jenna Black Chapter one I hate politics. Too bad my father is a big-deal Fae politician, hoping to get bigger. Which is how I found myself dressed in an insanely expensive midnight-blue evening dress—wearing heels, no less—and being escorted by my tux-clad father to a fancy state dinner I wanted no part of. My dad and I joined the glittering cream of Avalon high society, waiting in line between the velvet ropes as a pair of Knights controlled traffic and checked invitations. When I came to Avalon, the only place where the mortal world and Faerie intersect, I already knew my father was some kind of big-deal Fae. Or that he would try to use me as a pawn in his political chess game. You see, in a little more than a year, the current human Consul—the most powerful person in Avalon, kind of like a president, but not really—was going to have to step down in favor of a Fae.

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I loved the story and waited anxiously for the people who checked out the sequels at the library to hurry up and return them. But Sirensong, compared to the other two books, was just not good. Like with Elizabeth. That was more like an "oh" moment rather than a "whoa" moment.

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