Never Date a Siren (College Fae Book 1) by Byrd Nash – Review by Joanne Ellis


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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

College Life; finals, and the Fae trying to kill you….

Never Date a Siren is the first book in the college Fae series, where we are introduced to unique characters in a magical world of Bewacherberg, where humans and Fae come together.
American college student, Logan Dannon, discovers his fellow fae students operate under a different code of honour to what he is accustomed to. The only way of hoping to survive the semester, is to is to decipher their tangled laws of civility.

Brigit, a fae runaway, didn’t plan on getting a human roommate. Or that she would be placed under a fairy debt. It will be down to Brigit to try and save Logan from a siren’s love spell, or will she will this be unsuccessful and fail the semester? She is a stickler for a fae law, and she is determined to fulfil this when needed.

I loved reading this book, it was such an easy read and the story flowed magically within the beautiful world of fantasy this story was built in. It was humorous at times when Brigit spoke to her floor mat and flowers and I absolutely loved how the writer wove these two worlds of the human and fae together seamlessly.

This is a wonderfully charming book, where the writer really makes you stir your imagination and brings a fairytale into the supernatural, with a suspenseful twist. I could not wait to read the next chapter and I enjoyed every part.
I cannot wait for the next instalment to see what is next for these delightful characters.

Reviewed by @joanne