When The Siren Calls by Tom Barry reviewed by Heather

When The Siren Calls by Tom BarryTitle: When The Siren Calls
Author: Tom Barry
Release Date: September 12, 2012
Publisher: Troubador Publishing Ltd.
Pages: 338 pages
Source: NetGalley

This book took me quite a while to get into, and honestly I never really did. All the business aspects included made it very difficult for me to dive into the world created. I didn’t really connect with any of the characters and when that happens, I find it very hard to enjoy reading.

First off, Jay…Jay was an insatiable asshole. He seemed to screw or want to screw every woman he came in to contact with. All he cared about was himself and had no redeeming qualities in my eyes.

Isobel was just as bad. If she had just grown a backbone in the beginning and told her husband how she felt she might have been a little more likeable to me.

At first I thought that Lucy was a conniving bitch. But the more I read, the more I understood where she was coming from. She turned out to be my favorite character from When the Siren Calls.

This book did redeem itself in the last chapter or so. I was thrilled that every character got exactly what was coming to them, whether it was good or bad.

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