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Wednesday, May 7, 2014

Book Review: Call of the Siren (Demons of Infernum #4) by Rosalie Lario

Call of the Siren (Demons of Infernum #4)
by Rosalie Lario
Paperback, 400 pages
Published March 25th 2014 by Entangled: Select

When darkness threatens...only love will bring them light
The half-siren half-demon bounty hunter Dagan Meyers swore he'd never settle down. His older brothers might’ve adjusted well to family life but tying himself to one woman is so not Dagan’s bag. Until he meets the gorgeous angel Lina, his brother Ronin’s long-lost adopted sister, and he can’t think of being with anybody but her. Too bad Ronin’s well aware of Dagan’s party-boy lifestyle and won’t let him anywhere near his angelic baby sister.

Lina is still getting over the abandonment issues that began when she was orphaned as a child and has devoted her life to taking down evil Otherworlders. The last thing she wants is to develop feelings for man she knows will eventually leave her, too. But as the battle against a growing darkness continues—a powerful fae who’s harnessed untold power—Dagan and Lina find that love may be their greatest weapon against the very thing that threatens to destroy them all.

Call of the Siren is the fourth and final installment in the Demons of Infernum series and focuses primarily on Dagan and Lina. Dagan is half-siren and half-demon who while working for the counsel as a bounty hunter has led a solitary adult life never believing he is cut out for love and family. 
Lina dealing with her own abandonment issues, heartache, and guilt becomes a hunter as well devoting herself to taking down the bad guys. When their paths cross sparks fly and while unwise the attraction is undeniable. In the meantime the counsel of the Otherworlders seeking a scapegoat and the family is on the run.

This was a fun roller-coaster of a read with kidnappings, battles, zombies, and a crazy fae out to conquer the world. The world building, despite this being book four in the series, was very well done and the characters are fun to get to know and root for. The writing was clean and well executed with an ending that was very satisfying, left me with a smile on my face, and eager to go back and read the series from the beginning. I received this book with a request for my honest review without any compensation whatsoever, other than the joy of reading a new book.

5 Sheep


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About the Author:
Award-winning author, Rosalie Lario, double majored in Anthropology and Classics at Florida State University. She briefly considered becoming an archaeologist before realizing that: (a) they do not actually live the life of Indiana Jones, and (b) she hates getting her hands dirty. She never imagined all the mythology she learned might someday come in handy, but it makes perfect fodder for the stories she now dreams up. Best of all, no dirt involved!

When not writing, you can find her on a boat somewhere along South Florida’s waterways, chasing down a rainbow or pretending to be a pirate.


  1. Thanks for the great review. Sounds like a good book.

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  3. This series was one of my "Must reads" and Dagan was my favorite of the brothers. The ending has sent me into a spiral of depression that only Ben and Jerry's can pull me out of. It's probably responsible for my broken ankle. If I hadn't been so depressed I would have watched where I was walking. She should write another book just to cheer me up. (Pain meds make me unable to spell) *snort*

    1. oh dear! I haven't read this series yet, but it sounds like I need too! Without the broken ankle...been there done that! Hope you are getting around okay.