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All the missing victims of North Carolina’s deadliest serial killer have been found, all except Rachel Smith. When the FBI produces a photo proving Rachel is alive and well in Texas, one case is closed but another one is opened. Either this is a case of mistaken identity or there are more people than just Sloan Jordan and Warren Parish who seem to walk the earth without a All the missing victims of North Carolina’s deadliest serial killer have been found, all except Rachel Smith. When the FBI produces a photo proving Rachel is alive and well in Texas, one case is closed but another one is opened. Either this is a case of mistaken identity or there are more people than just Sloan Jordan and Warren Parish who seem to walk the earth without a soul. Along with Detective Nathan McNamara, Sloan and Warren travel south to find Rachel and solve the biggest mystery of all: determining who—or what—they really are.


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All the missing victims of North Carolina’s deadliest serial killer have been found, all except Rachel Smith. When the FBI produces a photo proving Rachel is alive and well in Texas, one case is closed but another one is opened. Either this is a case of mistaken identity or there are more people than just Sloan Jordan and Warren Parish who seem to walk the earth without a All the missing victims of North Carolina’s deadliest serial killer have been found, all except Rachel Smith. When the FBI produces a photo proving Rachel is alive and well in Texas, one case is closed but another one is opened. Either this is a case of mistaken identity or there are more people than just Sloan Jordan and Warren Parish who seem to walk the earth without a soul. Along with Detective Nathan McNamara, Sloan and Warren travel south to find Rachel and solve the biggest mystery of all: determining who—or what—they really are.

30 review for The Siren

  1. 4 out of 5

    Montzalee Wittmann

    The Siren By: Elicia Hyder Narrated by: Brittany Pressley Series: The Soul Summoner Series, Book 2 In this book we find out what supernatural creatures Sloan and Warren are. We also meet her mother she never knew! More great characters and it really continues the excitement! Loads of fun and suspense too! The narration is excellent!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Princess J. Antoinette

    I've totally fallin in love with this series. Although this book left off with a serious cliffhanger that I just want to scream, this book was still stupid good!!!! 5* - Stupid Good I've totally fallin in love with this series. Although this book left off with a serious cliffhanger that I just want to scream, this book was still stupid good!!!! 5* - Stupid Good

  3. 4 out of 5

    Bec

    3.5 I like it but I don't think it was as good as the first book. The love triangle seems a little over board and the plot was a little more jagged and didn't flow as well; still plan on reading the final book to wrap up the story. 3.5 I like it but I don't think it was as good as the first book. The love triangle seems a little over board and the plot was a little more jagged and didn't flow as well; still plan on reading the final book to wrap up the story.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Alexandria

    This is a great series! You should read the books in order. In this book Sloane and Warren find out more about who and what they are. Nathan helps them solve one case which leads to another. The book doesn't end on a cliffhanger, but there is a little something that makes you want to start reading the next book immediately. This is a great series! You should read the books in order. In this book Sloane and Warren find out more about who and what they are. Nathan helps them solve one case which leads to another. The book doesn't end on a cliffhanger, but there is a little something that makes you want to start reading the next book immediately.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Payal

    Overall it was a good book. The progression of the story went well. The MC's character showed a lot more change. The backstory developed more and we were given a lot more insight into the characters. PROS: - Lot more information was given about the abilities, back stories, and why things progressed as they did. - We met a lot of new characters that seemed intertwined and as the story progressed, the reasons came into focus. - There was a lot of gray area when it came to 'good' and 'evil' characters Overall it was a good book. The progression of the story went well. The MC's character showed a lot more change. The backstory developed more and we were given a lot more insight into the characters. PROS: - Lot more information was given about the abilities, back stories, and why things progressed as they did. - We met a lot of new characters that seemed intertwined and as the story progressed, the reasons came into focus. - There was a lot of gray area when it came to 'good' and 'evil' characters. - MC developed her abilities and was getting better at her powers. - Shannon was treated badly but in the end Sloan did treat her a bit better. CONS: - The stupid love triangle continued. I still don't understand why Warren and Nathan both had to be in the picture at once. - Poor Shannon! The author punishes the girl just because she's a bit more girly. Newsflash, getting nails done and enjoying the process doesn't make someone a bad person. - The biggest bad was a woman (so typical)!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Witchmetal

    3.5 Stars. Sloane was more of a whiny teenage brat than a 27 year old in this book. The hypocrisy of her leading on Nate while at the same time advising him he shouldn't do the exact same thing to his girlfriend was a hard pill to swallow. I can't believe how much I loved the first book and this was the follow up. 3.5 Stars. Sloane was more of a whiny teenage brat than a 27 year old in this book. The hypocrisy of her leading on Nate while at the same time advising him he shouldn't do the exact same thing to his girlfriend was a hard pill to swallow. I can't believe how much I loved the first book and this was the follow up.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Madison Warner Fairbanks

    The Siren (Soul Summoner #2) by Elicia Hyder 2nd in the series. Read Soul Summoner first to get the full back story. In this book, Sloan and Warren find out more about themselves and their abilities while working with Nathan to find missing Rachel Smith. Thriller, sci-fi and a bit of romance. Definitely more supernatural than the first book plus the triangle remains strong. Fast moving, great character development and some funny moments with Sloan. Some sad moments too. I look forward to reading mo The Siren (Soul Summoner #2) by Elicia Hyder 2nd in the series. Read Soul Summoner first to get the full back story. In this book, Sloan and Warren find out more about themselves and their abilities while working with Nathan to find missing Rachel Smith. Thriller, sci-fi and a bit of romance. Definitely more supernatural than the first book plus the triangle remains strong. Fast moving, great character development and some funny moments with Sloan. Some sad moments too. I look forward to reading more of this series.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Deborah

    I posted 5 stars for the first book in this series and I'm here to do the same for the second - a great achievement for a sequel. There are no serial killers this time around, although the story starts out with the discovery that one of the supposed victims from the first book is alive and well, and living in Texas. She also appears to be akin to Sloane and Warren, in supernatural terms, which means they just have to go find her, in hopes that she knows more about what they are than they do. Altho I posted 5 stars for the first book in this series and I'm here to do the same for the second - a great achievement for a sequel. There are no serial killers this time around, although the story starts out with the discovery that one of the supposed victims from the first book is alive and well, and living in Texas. She also appears to be akin to Sloane and Warren, in supernatural terms, which means they just have to go find her, in hopes that she knows more about what they are than they do. Although the plot initially seems a bit secondary to the development of the characters and their relationships, the writing is so good it just drags you in without letting you notice the passage of time: excellent dialogue, great visual imagery, wonderfully complex (and realistic) characterisation – my perfect read. Mix in a little paranormal mystery, and I’m already anticipating the next one not so patiently. I’m not going to go into the plot, as that’s tricky to do without spoilers, so suffice it to say there is more of the supernatural this time around, plus a rollercoaster of emotional events, and the ending, while wrapping this story line up satisfactorily, opens up a whole new vista for future books. I’ll just say angels and demons, so you get a little of the flavour of which type of supernatural this series involves, so if you like your novels with huge depth of character, sexy but sensitive men, lighter on the fantasy side, and in a contemporary setting, then this series is most definitely for you.

  9. 5 out of 5

    May Freighter

    I truly have enjoyed this book throughout. Although the beginning was a little slow, the rest of the story had great measured pacing. The characters’ witty banter made me giggle on more than one occasion. I even managed to laugh at the saddest times, oddly enough. To be honest, I feel that the author managed to create very fun characters and they really work well together. The universe is interesting and the mystery is always there to unravel. The love triangle continues. I didn’t know how Sloan I truly have enjoyed this book throughout. Although the beginning was a little slow, the rest of the story had great measured pacing. The characters’ witty banter made me giggle on more than one occasion. I even managed to laugh at the saddest times, oddly enough. To be honest, I feel that the author managed to create very fun characters and they really work well together. The universe is interesting and the mystery is always there to unravel. The love triangle continues. I didn’t know how Sloan would continue the relationship between Nathan and Warren. Secretly, I’m probably still #teamWarren all the way, though. In regard to the plot, I found this book to be better than the first instalment. There was a lot of foreshadowing done in the first book which made the sequel even better. It was a pleasure to read this piece and I can’t wait for the next one.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Anthea

    A little let down after The Soul Summoner Perhaps it's just because I enjoyed the first book so much that I felt a little let down when starting on The Siren. Things just seemed to move so slowly with this book, and Sloan seemed to take on this almost whining type of personality that I nearly called time out, but once the "mother dearest" showdown exploded into life we were back on track, and things were making my head spin once again, (in the good way of course) thankfully! Definitely keen for mor A little let down after The Soul Summoner Perhaps it's just because I enjoyed the first book so much that I felt a little let down when starting on The Siren. Things just seemed to move so slowly with this book, and Sloan seemed to take on this almost whining type of personality that I nearly called time out, but once the "mother dearest" showdown exploded into life we were back on track, and things were making my head spin once again, (in the good way of course) thankfully! Definitely keen for more.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Nicki K.

    While not as good book one, this series continues to impress me. I absolutely adore Sloan, Nathan, and Sloan and Nathan. Not ashamed that this series is turning me to into one of those fans that picks "teams" in love triangles. Because Nathan is obviously a million times better. No. Shame. 3.5/5 While not as good book one, this series continues to impress me. I absolutely adore Sloan, Nathan, and Sloan and Nathan. Not ashamed that this series is turning me to into one of those fans that picks "teams" in love triangles. Because Nathan is obviously a million times better. No. Shame. 3.5/5

  12. 5 out of 5

    Jillian

    I have the flu so I'll have to circle back with a review later. For now, I liked this book and am looking forward to continuing the series. Audible: I added the whispersync audible narration to this Kindle book. The narrator did a good job. I have the flu so I'll have to circle back with a review later. For now, I liked this book and am looking forward to continuing the series. Audible: I added the whispersync audible narration to this Kindle book. The narrator did a good job.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Tracy T.

    Another good book and excellent narration by Brittany Pressley (audible review) This wasn't as good as the first book IMO, but it was still good. I liked it. I like the continued discovery of Sloan's abilities. We find out who her mother is. And again some great characters, as well as a couple sad moments. The story flowed very nicely and is well written. This book is also written in the first person but is delightfully not full of random blah blah blah thoughts YAY. The chemistry between Sloan an Another good book and excellent narration by Brittany Pressley (audible review) This wasn't as good as the first book IMO, but it was still good. I liked it. I like the continued discovery of Sloan's abilities. We find out who her mother is. And again some great characters, as well as a couple sad moments. The story flowed very nicely and is well written. This book is also written in the first person but is delightfully not full of random blah blah blah thoughts YAY. The chemistry between Sloan and Warren is realistic and believable. I do recommend this series and especially this narrator. As far as the narration it is fantastic! Love Brittnay Pressley! She has such an amazing voice, she reads with emotion and the men sound like men. She reads with emotion as called for. She is one of my favorite narrators! I have started the third book already and so far its good too!

  14. 5 out of 5

    Theresa

    4 Stars... Overall, I enjoyed this read and the continued development of our characters... We learn more about the background of Warren and Sloan and their identity in the supernatural world... However, the interplay between Warren, Sloan, and Nathan is becoming somewhat frustrating... This may just be a personal preference, but make a choice already and stop leaning on both of these men... At times, Sloan came across as childish and immature which also annoyed me... I want strength and leadersh 4 Stars... Overall, I enjoyed this read and the continued development of our characters... We learn more about the background of Warren and Sloan and their identity in the supernatural world... However, the interplay between Warren, Sloan, and Nathan is becoming somewhat frustrating... This may just be a personal preference, but make a choice already and stop leaning on both of these men... At times, Sloan came across as childish and immature which also annoyed me... I want strength and leadership in my heroines; she leans too heavily on both male leads while maintaining that she is independent... The storyline took a bit to develop and all the pieces to fit; sometimes it appears that moments are random, but the author does eventually pull the story together... I will continue with the series, but I am hoping for some changes:)

  15. 5 out of 5

    Aya

    Soul Summoner: 2 It's two or three weeks since the last book. This isn't an episodic series which basically starts a new story without much regard for the previous - Sloan and Adrianne are still recovering from events. The wrapup from the last book's case is ongoing. Instead of dragging out the mystery of Sloan's origins and her and Warren's gifts, the author meets it head on and reveals (mostly) all in this book. For a bit, it felt like a completely different style than the first book - sort of Soul Summoner: 2 It's two or three weeks since the last book. This isn't an episodic series which basically starts a new story without much regard for the previous - Sloan and Adrianne are still recovering from events. The wrapup from the last book's case is ongoing. Instead of dragging out the mystery of Sloan's origins and her and Warren's gifts, the author meets it head on and reveals (mostly) all in this book. For a bit, it felt like a completely different style than the first book - sort of like expecting a mystery and ending up with scifi - the switch threw me out of the story. Aside from that, Sloan is still having commitment problems - she's wildly in love with Warren, but she still has eyes for Nathan. Warren is a saint in every aspect - he supports her while she's running thither and yon, he cooks, he gives up a lucrative job opportunity to be with her, he's there for her when her family falls apart, and he's willing to put up with her less than 100% commitment to him, though he's unhappy with it. Sloan on the other hand, is a blubbering mess. Every little emotional upset sends her into tears, it gets more than annoying. I think I'll give the next book a try, but I'm close to giving up on this series.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Amanda

    Angels and more I’m not one to usually find books/series based around angels to be enjoyable, but this series is certainly the exception. We are reliving deeper into Sloan’s story, and finding more out about her talents. The love triangle between Sloan, Warren and Nathan is well written. Importantly it doesn’t drown the rest of the story out. I’m really glad as I don’t mind some romance, but it’s not something that I would want as the central focus. Hopefully it will continue on throughout the re Angels and more I’m not one to usually find books/series based around angels to be enjoyable, but this series is certainly the exception. We are reliving deeper into Sloan’s story, and finding more out about her talents. The love triangle between Sloan, Warren and Nathan is well written. Importantly it doesn’t drown the rest of the story out. I’m really glad as I don’t mind some romance, but it’s not something that I would want as the central focus. Hopefully it will continue on throughout the rest of the series, adding flavour but not overpowered the rest of the story arc. I’m well invested in this series now, so I’m off to read the next instalment!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Boundless Book Reviews

    The mystery of Sloan and Warren's origins is finally solved, and it is a relief to them both, yet it brings so many more questions and problems. Being a couple is going to make them a target for evil in a way I am not sure they are ready for. The Siren was excellent, and I enjoyed all of the revelations. Although I am still annoyed with the fade to black. Yep, I'm not over it. This love triangle between Warren, Sloan and Nathan is getting more and more interesting and I am really surprised the d The mystery of Sloan and Warren's origins is finally solved, and it is a relief to them both, yet it brings so many more questions and problems. Being a couple is going to make them a target for evil in a way I am not sure they are ready for. The Siren was excellent, and I enjoyed all of the revelations. Although I am still annoyed with the fade to black. Yep, I'm not over it. This love triangle between Warren, Sloan and Nathan is getting more and more interesting and I am really surprised the depth of Warrens patience for it. I can't wait to see whom Sloan picks, and I am so torn, can she have both? LOL I am rating The Siren 4.5 Boundless stars; it was an excellent read, boo on the fade to black. http://www.boundlessbookreviews.com https://www.facebook.com/BBReviews

  18. 5 out of 5

    Susan

    This series just keeps getting better! More answers and more question. I need more Nathan & more Warren!

  19. 4 out of 5

    Pamela

    Soul Summoner Book 2 Amazingly quick read full of excitement. It tied up loose ends from Book 1 while leaving unanswered questions for the rest of the series. I enjoyed the growth of the characters and the author's writing style. I can see why she has many loyal followers. Soul Summoner Book 2 Amazingly quick read full of excitement. It tied up loose ends from Book 1 while leaving unanswered questions for the rest of the series. I enjoyed the growth of the characters and the author's writing style. I can see why she has many loyal followers.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Myrage

    She said WHAT ? Okay, really liked it. Still battling with myself to choose between Warren and Nathan but... I'm okay ! But that ending.. Why are you dropping a bomb like that Sloan, JEEZ. RTC She said WHAT ? Okay, really liked it. Still battling with myself to choose between Warren and Nathan but... I'm okay ! But that ending.. Why are you dropping a bomb like that Sloan, JEEZ. RTC

  21. 4 out of 5

    Jay Collins

    3 to 3.5 stars, Still good but not as good as the first book. I think I will continue with the series but it is starting to loose a little something.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Tanya

    A solid continuation of where book one left off in which the characters (and the readers) learn more about the origins and abilities of Sloan and Warren. I'm puzzled about where the love triangle may be going, but I trust this will unfold as the series moves along. A solid continuation of where book one left off in which the characters (and the readers) learn more about the origins and abilities of Sloan and Warren. I'm puzzled about where the love triangle may be going, but I trust this will unfold as the series moves along.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Kay Kuever

    Back in November, I reviewed The Soul Summoner, the first book of The Soul Summoner series, and absolutely loved it. My sentiments are definitely the same for the second installment, The Siren. Nothing made me happier than immersing myself back into the love triangle of Sloan, Warren and Nate. While at the end of the first book I was really finding myself content with Sloan’s predicament of finding herself torn between hunky Warren Parish and snarky Detective Nathan McNamara. Though, this time ar Back in November, I reviewed The Soul Summoner, the first book of The Soul Summoner series, and absolutely loved it. My sentiments are definitely the same for the second installment, The Siren. Nothing made me happier than immersing myself back into the love triangle of Sloan, Warren and Nate. While at the end of the first book I was really finding myself content with Sloan’s predicament of finding herself torn between hunky Warren Parish and snarky Detective Nathan McNamara. Though, this time around, I’m just going to say it out loud. I’m team Warren. I one hundred percent blame Sloan’s multiple “how shit my boyfriend is so damn sexy I forgot what I’m doing” moments. Sure, there is the whole “IT’S ONLY BEEN LIKE SIX WEEKS” argument, but when you know, you freaking know. But, this isn’t to say that I’m dismissing Nate altogether mind you. I just want him all to myself. #selfish #letsplaydetective What I really loved about The Siren was learning more about what makes Sloan and Warren so much different than everyone else. Without giving anything away, I was completely surprised by the revelation of what exactly they are. This was maybe based on the typical supernatural style stories I’ve read in the past, but I was pleasantly surprised with the fact that what they are wasn’t obvious to me. I got to be surprised right along with them. There were so many emotional ups and down with this story. I really feel like I have a bit of an emotional whiplash and really just want to hug Sloan for endless hours and just stroke her hair, maybe buy her a beer. While there is an underlying mystery revolving around a missing woman that may or may not be related to the series of murders from the first book, I really loved getting to know these characters more. However, this also made me increasingly sad that Sloan is a fictional character, because, girl, we would get along so well. Did I also mention that I want Nathan all to myself? Just don’t tell my husband. But UGH the cliffhanger. Okay, admittedly, it’s not so much of a cliffhanger as it is that moment when my glass arcadia door is perfectly clean and my dog doesn’t notice and just sprints straight into it. Like splat! Right now I’m casually shaking that off and hoping no one inside noticed. I mean, come on! WHY DO YOU HAVE TO DO THIS TO ME? Such a bomb is dropped and now I’m pining for that third book.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Eva Millien

    Rachel Smith is the only one of North Carolina’s deadliest serial killer’s victims that hasn’t been found so when a photo reveals that she is alive and well, Sloan, Warren and Detective Nathan McNamara travel south to solve the biggest mystery of all in this exciting paranormal fantasy. Readers are as captivated by the question of who or what Sloan and Warren really are as the characters themselves are, the intriguing questions keep readers glued to the pages as the excitement and danger builds. Rachel Smith is the only one of North Carolina’s deadliest serial killer’s victims that hasn’t been found so when a photo reveals that she is alive and well, Sloan, Warren and Detective Nathan McNamara travel south to solve the biggest mystery of all in this exciting paranormal fantasy. Readers are as captivated by the question of who or what Sloan and Warren really are as the characters themselves are, the intriguing questions keep readers glued to the pages as the excitement and danger builds. Finding Rachel Smith may answer some questions but also puts the trio right smack in the middle of another deadly case with some very intriguing and surprising twists which keeps readers on their toes. The fascinating abilities that Sloan and Warren have continue to add spice especially as something happens and more starts going on with Sloan’s. The scenes are full of great details that make it easy for the reader to picture each and every scene and really get to know the characters and the fast paced and smooth flowing plot is full of suspense, excitement and romance while the characters continue to be strong, compelling and demanding of the reader’s attention. The romance between Sloan and Warren continues to grow and sizzle with lots of sizzling heat but there is still some friction with the chemistry between Sloan and Nathan which also spices things up and adds anticipation to the story. Along with the relationship issues, the situation has lots of emotional turmoil flowing from the pages which grips readers by the heart and has them empathizing with the characters. Well I have to say that I was as surprised as Sloan by the things that happened in this exciting story and I sure can’t wait to find out what happens next.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Erica

    I received an ARC of The Siren for an honest review. Elicia Hyder is one of my favorite authors. I’m extremely grateful I first hooked up with her on wattpad. I loved this book. It isn’t one of my all-time favorites, but I also believe that Elicia has only grown as an artist, and I cannot wait for book three. (And not just because I want to know what was with that massive cliffhanger ending! If you’ve read this book, you know what I’m talking about. It’s also because this is an author whose next I received an ARC of The Siren for an honest review. Elicia Hyder is one of my favorite authors. I’m extremely grateful I first hooked up with her on wattpad. I loved this book. It isn’t one of my all-time favorites, but I also believe that Elicia has only grown as an artist, and I cannot wait for book three. (And not just because I want to know what was with that massive cliffhanger ending! If you’ve read this book, you know what I’m talking about. It’s also because this is an author whose next book will be even better.) When it comes to sexual heat, this book is loaded. While you are not privy to most of it (it’s PG 13 folks) and it's handled with care, it's obvious that much of Sloan and Warren's relationship is sexual. I found myself telling my husband about different parts. (Like Warren asking Sloan if she’d be wearing anything else besides the heals.) There was one scene in particular that really bothered me in its placement/timing/details. That however is not a fault of the story, it’s just my preference based on my thoughts and feelings. At this point, I’ll just say that while it was the raciest scene, I was still wheeling from shock and in tears. Even though I saw what happened coming. It’s foreshadowed well. If you enjoy the Fallen books by Lauren Kate, you should give this series a chance. I loved Elicia’s take on angels, and the lore she’s creating in her world. Definitely grab your copy. I'd give it 4 to 4.5 stars, so rounding up over here on goodreads. :)

  26. 5 out of 5

    Floryie

    I received a free copy in exchange for an honest review. The book picks up right where it left off in the first book. This book had more paranormal elements than the previous one. I believe this book to be better than the first. Read on to know why. Firstly, the characters become more realistic in their relationships. The author creates a triangle of tense moments of passion and attraction among Sloan, Warren and Nathan. The characters were better in this part of the story. Sloan has become more i I received a free copy in exchange for an honest review. The book picks up right where it left off in the first book. This book had more paranormal elements than the previous one. I believe this book to be better than the first. Read on to know why. Firstly, the characters become more realistic in their relationships. The author creates a triangle of tense moments of passion and attraction among Sloan, Warren and Nathan. The characters were better in this part of the story. Sloan has become more invested in her parental identity and this forms the bulk of the tale. Secondly, the vivid imagery created by the author's writing style had me turning the pages faster. It was super easy to visualize the scenes and the action parts clearly and this led to a satisfactory read. The romance aspect was pretty hot between Sloan and Warren. I am sort of uncomfortable about the attraction between Nathan and Sloan and the ending doesn't help either. The paranormal parts had more center stage this time around. The background information about people like Sloan and Warren and the different politics behind it all made for a compelling read. I had one issue with the ending. It wasn't to my satisfaction and then the big cliffhanger had me pouting. The author knows how to reel her readers in and I believe that the third book will also be a much awaited read. My rating : 4.5/5

  27. 5 out of 5

    Kathryn

    My favorite genre is erotica with graphic sex scenes. You won't find that in this book. This is a straight out romance novel with bedroom scenes that even my 13 year old granddaughter would be allowed to read. As soon as the next book is available I will be ordering it even though I have a huge TBR pile already. The story that Ms. Hyder is weaving here is just that good. This book definitely puts this series in the paranormal genre. It's a totally awesome story. I loved it. I felt that this one My favorite genre is erotica with graphic sex scenes. You won't find that in this book. This is a straight out romance novel with bedroom scenes that even my 13 year old granddaughter would be allowed to read. As soon as the next book is available I will be ordering it even though I have a huge TBR pile already. The story that Ms. Hyder is weaving here is just that good. This book definitely puts this series in the paranormal genre. It's a totally awesome story. I loved it. I felt that this one was better than the "Soul Summoner." In that book the beginning had a slow start due to necessary character development. Ms. Hyder is probably "hearing" more from the characters this time around which would explain the improvement over the first book. There is chaos and mayhem, mystery and murder, angst and sadness. I love the humor and sassy banter between the main characters. I loved the cliffhanger ending. Anyone who follows my reviews knows that I hate cliffhangers, but in this story it just makes it even more exciting. You need to read these books in sequential order and I recommend reading "The Detective" first.

  28. 5 out of 5

    C. Erani Kole

    *received an ARC from the author in exchange for an honest review* I really loved this installment. The stakes have risen and the story changed before my very eyes. In the first book we got a normal working woman just trying to survive the world she lives in, when she gets thrown into a murder case despite her protests. With this book, she goes from having helped in one of the biggest cases in years, to getting involved in something that goes beyond the physical planes... The reason why I love th *received an ARC from the author in exchange for an honest review* I really loved this installment. The stakes have risen and the story changed before my very eyes. In the first book we got a normal working woman just trying to survive the world she lives in, when she gets thrown into a murder case despite her protests. With this book, she goes from having helped in one of the biggest cases in years, to getting involved in something that goes beyond the physical planes... The reason why I love this author so much is because she managed to make a love-triangle I love. It was evident in the first book, and it's evident in this one, as well. Usually I hate wish-washy people but with Sloan, Warren and Nate, it's different. She just makes it such a nice set of drama haha. It's a high recommend for me. The author's writing style is easy to get into, the story is interesting, and things get a bit scary if not exciting.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Hollie

    ~3.5 stars~ I have to admit, I liked the first book in this series much better. This book still had a decent level of suspense. I think I'm mostly frustrated because this one did end on a pretty brutal cliffhanger (in my opinion) and the 3rd book hasn’t been released yet. I am not a fan of cliffhangers. We also still have that same old love triangle going on - I was hoping that would be fully resolved in this read. I am glad it was offered as a kindleunlimited. The writing style was just as impr ~3.5 stars~ I have to admit, I liked the first book in this series much better. This book still had a decent level of suspense. I think I'm mostly frustrated because this one did end on a pretty brutal cliffhanger (in my opinion) and the 3rd book hasn’t been released yet. I am not a fan of cliffhangers. We also still have that same old love triangle going on - I was hoping that would be fully resolved in this read. I am glad it was offered as a kindleunlimited. The writing style was just as impressive in this read as the first book. I will defiantly check out book 3 when its released. I hope book 3 will be the end of it though. I hate when a series is stretched out into too many books, unless it involves other secondary characters.

  30. 4 out of 5

    MK

    Amazing book. 2nd in The Soul Summoner Series. After Sloan is brought into help find some missing victims in a serial killers spree things get weird, because one of the victims can't be found. Detective Nathan McNamara knows Sloan can help him find her. She wants nothing more to do with it, well that's until Nathan shows her a photo taken two days ago of a girl which they thought was died. Is there a chance she could be alive? A picture doesn't lie or does it? As Sloan, her boyfriend Warren, and Amazing book. 2nd in The Soul Summoner Series. After Sloan is brought into help find some missing victims in a serial killers spree things get weird, because one of the victims can't be found. Detective Nathan McNamara knows Sloan can help him find her. She wants nothing more to do with it, well that's until Nathan shows her a photo taken two days ago of a girl which they thought was died. Is there a chance she could be alive? A picture doesn't lie or does it? As Sloan, her boyfriend Warren, and Nate set off to the last known whereabouts of the victim things get really interesting. I could not put this book down. So much happens which was really fascinating. A whole new series and can't wait to see what's next. Must read.

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