Review: The Siren's Dream (Siren #3) by Amber Belldene

Print Length: 150 pages
Publisher: Lyrical Press (November 22, 2016)

From Revenge never felt so sweet...Murdered by a bullet intended for her beloved, Katya Dvoynev's fate is to haunt the building where she took her last breath. That is, unless she can lure her killer into her clutches and find the vengeance her mara spirit seeks. But destiny has other plans, and handsome Nikolai Zurkov arrives instead, filling Katya with a desire so strong she must fight to remember it's revenge she seeks, not love...

Investigative journalist Nikolai is on a mission to bring down a corrupt corporation responsible for so many deaths. If the gorgeous ghost who enters his dreams holds the key, Nik has no problem sharing in the seductive beauty's nightly encounters. But when he discovers Katya's intent is murder, he'll do anything to keep her from getting blood on her hands. For only true justice can give her the love she longs for and keep her in his world.


My Rating: 4 stars out of 5
This was definitely one of the more interesting paranormal romances that I have ever read, and I enjoyed the authors fresh and unique spin on ghosts (and to an extension ghost possession). 

The characters were interesting and unique as well, and I enjoyed the realistic interactions between Nik and his niece. They had their hardships trying to find the balance with each other, and it was nice to not only see them find that balance, but to also have Katya be able to help with that as well. 

I found the romance between Nik and Katya to be believable (as much as it could be considering she was technically dead), and the way that he showed her she was worthy of being loved and treated well added a different depth to the story that only made it stronger.  

Overall, I would recommend this story to those who enjoy paranormal romances. I would read more from this author. 

DISCLAIMER: I received a complimentary copy of this novel in exchange for my honest review. This has not affected my review in any way. All thoughts and opinions expressed in this review are 100% my own.


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