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Book review: Siren’s Snare by Jessica Marie Baumgartner

Siren’s Snare an erotic romance by Jessica Marie Baumgartner . Savaunt has not long turned 500, middle age he longs for a child of his own, a son. There is only one problem. indexHe is a Siren, a race of males who can only produce offspring with a human female. Leaving his lover and best friend Desmond he embarks on his journey to find the perfect woman to birth his child, once her role is complete, in the way his kind have always done he will use her to satisfy his appetite. Sirens devour humans, it is simply the way things have always been. Finding himself on land, penniless and bare he immediately sets about using his charms to obtain everything he needs. Soon he finds  Lena, she works in a coffee shop with her best friend, and she is everything he needs. With the mother of his child in his sights he sets about seducing her, but she is harder to charm than most.  Lena requires more effort and focus than he imagined, but as he begins to win her affections he soon discovers she ignites something unexpected within him, he wants more with her than his people’s ways allow.

Jessica Maria Baumgartner creates characters with an old-fashioned charm, the gentlemanly Savaunt could seduce by words alone even without his siren’s voice. A nicely written romantic plot as Savaunt first tries to win Lena’s affection and is forced to address his involvement with her. Siren’s Snare also touches on issues such as environmental awareness. The growth and changes undergone by the characters are enjoyable and breathe further life into the deep and interesting cast. Appealing to romance readers from all wakes and the otherworldly charm only serves to enhance the beautify scripted plot. This is one book difficult to put down. A well-crafted plot that ticks all the boxes in an erotic romance.

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