Friday, January 2, 2015

Review of Sia by Kia Carrington-Russell



Eighteen years have now passed since the Phantom Wolf, Sia, faced her greatest challenge when she was forced to kill her lover, Kiba—the rightful heir to the throne. Sia murdered the dishonorable King Taleb for his transgressions before resting in peace among her Spirit Pack. Saith and Keeley now rule over the Kingdom, endeavoring to restore peace and allegiance throughout the land. Their actions are clouded in secrecy so that their daughter—whom they named Sia—should remain protected and unaware. But what are they preparing for? Sia, now almost eighteen years of age, must face her own journey to discover the mysteries her world has to offer. In order to uncover her true potential, Sia must confront her feelings for Trim. When her name is called, she sees him cringe as he remembers the love he once held for the Great Phantom Wolf before her. Mistrust and lies decay the Kingdom’s solidarity. Sia’s curiosity is piqued by the fear that shadows all wolves: the threat of the humans. So what happens when she comes across one?


Sia is a girl with a great destiny. She was named after the phantom wolf so that is a lot to hold up with her destiny. Her parents are over the kingdom and she's in love with her bodyguard and life long friend Trim. He just hasn't recognized it yet or has he?
Little does she know how her life will change once she finds out she's bait in order to draw another pack in to merge with. Why was she kept in the dark? She will soon find out. She must fight to protect her and her love. She doesn't understand why her parents would agree on such a union. How could they do this to her?! She's always been there for them.
Sia is one you could look up too. Most definitely relate to . Being from royalty, I really loved how her soul is not scared and she vies Trim for his beauty in side and not his scar. She did however worry about what others thought and was afraid of that but her soul was pure. She felt in her heart that Trim was only there out of dedication to the Phantom Wolf and the promise to protect her. Definitely the read

er could tell his love for Sia even though he didn't express it and was hard on her. He did show it through his actions. He was not only possessive but very demanding on her morale character as a person.
I felt this book flowed smoothly especially right into the story from the last book. Kia has a way of bringing you into a world that is not normal and especially not normal of the average paranormal books of today. she has amazing talent that will continue to grow as her writing matures! It shows in her writing because of all her creativity of such unusually characters out of the norm. Way to go Kia!!! You've done it again!!!

Amazon buy link:

No comments:

Post a Comment