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Eternally Cursed to Love & Not Purely Desire… Temperatures rise as the flames of longing still burn in the thrilling sequel to Wolf Sirens Forbidden. The legend continues. Apollo, god of deadly plague, conspires to undo his sister’s legacy. The wolves exist between two worlds, one in the town another in the forest. Prophecy says hunters and wolves are cursed to a mutual att Eternally Cursed to Love & Not Purely Desire… Temperatures rise as the flames of longing still burn in the thrilling sequel to Wolf Sirens Forbidden. The legend continues. Apollo, god of deadly plague, conspires to undo his sister’s legacy. The wolves exist between two worlds, one in the town another in the forest. Prophecy says hunters and wolves are cursed to a mutual attraction. Increasingly, each successive slayer becomes more alluring to the wolf. The predestined enemies struggle, to both resist and contain their fierce rivalry in a conflict powerful enough to tear two worlds apart. A shadow has fallen over the heartlands of myth and reality. The chosen is reborn broken-hearted, in the scorching embers of grief. Devastated, Lila trains tirelessly as the assassin. She must submit to deliver justice and protect the innocent of Shade. But is it love or revenge which motivates her? Will the huntress or her heart prevail? Breaking away from the call of destiny and fearing betrayal, Lila makes a desperate escape in search of her lost beloved. The intensity between two ancient enemies ignites. The history of the wolf pack is revealed as devotion and desire in the underworld reaches fever pitch. If The Bite Doesn't Get You, Then the Fever Will Fever, the sequel to Forbidden further unfolds the tale of the heroine femme fatale, on her journey in the underworld between the lands of myth and reality.


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Eternally Cursed to Love & Not Purely Desire… Temperatures rise as the flames of longing still burn in the thrilling sequel to Wolf Sirens Forbidden. The legend continues. Apollo, god of deadly plague, conspires to undo his sister’s legacy. The wolves exist between two worlds, one in the town another in the forest. Prophecy says hunters and wolves are cursed to a mutual att Eternally Cursed to Love & Not Purely Desire… Temperatures rise as the flames of longing still burn in the thrilling sequel to Wolf Sirens Forbidden. The legend continues. Apollo, god of deadly plague, conspires to undo his sister’s legacy. The wolves exist between two worlds, one in the town another in the forest. Prophecy says hunters and wolves are cursed to a mutual attraction. Increasingly, each successive slayer becomes more alluring to the wolf. The predestined enemies struggle, to both resist and contain their fierce rivalry in a conflict powerful enough to tear two worlds apart. A shadow has fallen over the heartlands of myth and reality. The chosen is reborn broken-hearted, in the scorching embers of grief. Devastated, Lila trains tirelessly as the assassin. She must submit to deliver justice and protect the innocent of Shade. But is it love or revenge which motivates her? Will the huntress or her heart prevail? Breaking away from the call of destiny and fearing betrayal, Lila makes a desperate escape in search of her lost beloved. The intensity between two ancient enemies ignites. The history of the wolf pack is revealed as devotion and desire in the underworld reaches fever pitch. If The Bite Doesn't Get You, Then the Fever Will Fever, the sequel to Forbidden further unfolds the tale of the heroine femme fatale, on her journey in the underworld between the lands of myth and reality.

30 review for Fever: Many are Born, Few are Reborn

  1. 4 out of 5

    SARIT

    The second book in the Wolf Sirens series picks up with the Epilogue from book one In Fever we got to know about the background of the other characters a lot more and how they became wolfs or hunters. We see how and why they acted the ways they did. Like how did Sam make others do what she wanted (her special talent). How Cresida came to live with her Aunt. and about her motives .We also, learn about Cresida past with Skye of werewolves and about her growing feeling to Reid. (For me Reid is cont The second book in the Wolf Sirens series picks up with the Epilogue from book one In Fever we got to know about the background of the other characters a lot more and how they became wolfs or hunters. We see how and why they acted the ways they did. Like how did Sam make others do what she wanted (her special talent). How Cresida came to live with her Aunt. and about her motives .We also, learn about Cresida past with Skye of werewolves and about her growing feeling to Reid. (For me Reid is controversial character as my knowledge about his past and motives expand.) In this book you learn more about huntress role towards the werewolves. Lila learned more about herself as well as her enemy. But her character still ambiguous for me. We lean that not only are going through a painful change, but also the huntress has to go go through. If the change to a werewolf is due to a very contagious poison, the huntress change is not contagious but look like a very bad case of flue. We also learn that, Lila has a hard time accepting that Sky is dead and gone. She wants to leave town and look for him see where he died, But she is always being watched and manipulated by Cresida. All this created a much bigger role for Cres (Cresida). While Sam is out of the picture Cresida kind of replacing her as alpha for Reid and Jackson. She also has to train her but as a mix of werewolf and a hunter she do it only partially, mainly to keep her busy and tired. Lila will have to learn about her part and heritage by herself, maybe with the help of the daughter of a previous hunter (this part wasn't clear), which, also saved her from drawing in Artemis river once upon a time. The town - Shade - is more isolated then in the first book and this time it got more Australian characteristic ( which I notice only when I encountered the tea tree and then of course I went and discovered, to my pleasure, that Tina Smith is of course Australian) . The connection to mythological Artemis in also stronger and there are more explanations about. I enjoyed the new character, Tisane, even though, she seemed underused. I would have liked to have seen more dialogue and experiences between Tisane and Lila. We also learn about the other mysterious werewolf pack and their connection to the one of the hunters ( through Tisane and Narine). The other pack knew about Lila and has part in the responsibility (?) of Cres's control over her. Overall, I look forward to the next installment in this series and want to read more about Lila's journey towards her destiny.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Kevis Hendrickson

    Wolfs Sirens Fever is the sequel to Forbidden, the introductory tale in the series. This story picks up right where the first one left off allowing the reader to seamlessly transition into this book. However, this time around there are some noticeable differences in the presentation. While Forbidden is a linear tale, Fever leaps back and forth through time to fill the reader in on the backstory. I found the idea to be compelling, but a little jarring. The problem with using flashbacks in any sto Wolfs Sirens Fever is the sequel to Forbidden, the introductory tale in the series. This story picks up right where the first one left off allowing the reader to seamlessly transition into this book. However, this time around there are some noticeable differences in the presentation. While Forbidden is a linear tale, Fever leaps back and forth through time to fill the reader in on the backstory. I found the idea to be compelling, but a little jarring. The problem with using flashbacks in any story is that it takes the reader out of the moment. The plot literally grinds to a halt in order to provide missing gaps in the story. Whatever the story gains by giving insight to the reader, it loses in momentum by its exposition-heavy narration style. Where the first book propels the reader forward from one scene to the next, this book moves at a slower pace, guiding the reader through the complex plot and character storylines. Although the backstory is well presented and intriguing, I found myself wanting to get back to the main story. With that said, I do feel the flashbacks will have a huge payoff in future books. I would definitely recommend this book to fans of the first one. However, I would also tell them to expect some differences in the telling of the sequel. As long as they aren’t expecting the very same reading experience as the first book, and approach this one with an open mind, I think they’ll find it to be an enjoyable read. 4.0 Stars.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Chanzie

    Fever picks up straight where Forbidden ended. I really enjoyed Fever as there were characters chapters and you really got to know their stories. Characters: 4/5 Lila- Lila's listless heartbreak seemed a bit over dramatic in the beginning but did not drag out over the whole story. I enjoyed her determination and scheming escape plans. As a character she grew, and I enjoyed her stepping into the hunter role. Cresida - Cresida was still my favourite character. Sometimes her evasive and secretivenes Fever picks up straight where Forbidden ended. I really enjoyed Fever as there were characters chapters and you really got to know their stories. Characters: 4/5 Lila- Lila's listless heartbreak seemed a bit over dramatic in the beginning but did not drag out over the whole story. I enjoyed her determination and scheming escape plans. As a character she grew, and I enjoyed her stepping into the hunter role. Cresida - Cresida was still my favourite character. Sometimes her evasive and secretiveness annoyed me, but it was all part of the story. I was so happy when I got to know her and her journey in one of the chapters. I really connected with her when I realised what a tough deal she was handed - trying to protect everyone especially her little brother. Reid - I thought Reid was such a nice guy in the last book. Then, in Fever, I thought he was just an insensitive jerk until I got to his character chapter, and then I really felt so sorry for him. I am not sure on which side of the war he will end up on, but I really hope it will be with Lila and Cresida. Sam & Lily - Wow, I did not expect the twist and intensity of the story in Sam's chapter. It was combined with Lily's story, and I was glad to understand Lily a bit better, even if she is no longer a part of Wolf Sirens. Sky - is he really dead or does he play a bigger role? Sky played a background role and was the driving force of Lila's actions. I have so much doubt at the moment - is he a good or a bad wolf? It certainly adds intensity to the story. Tisane - Tisane had a very interesting story and role. I loved that she returned to her home in nature in the forest. At first I wasn't sure whether she was part of the present or past storyline. Tisane is lovable and a guiding light for Lila. Lila & Cresida - Half the time this friendship was very complicated. Only near the end do we really get some clarity about their roles and the turns their friendship takes. Lila & Tisane -I really enjoyed this friendship in the beginning, although I wasn't so happy when Lila was 'kidnapping' Tisane. I have high hopes for this friendship in Nightfall. Writing style & Plot: 4/5 Once again the story had great pace. I can definitely see Tina has grown as a writer, and enjoyed her writing style, which is easy to follow. There was a bit of a hiccup in the story where we went from current story, to the background story of all the characters, and then back to current story. Although I loved these chapters and it really helped me understand and fall in love with each character even more, it felt like a small dent in the flow. Fever was not predictable and I really enjoyed the twists that you uncover as the story unfolds. We are still left with some unanswered questions but it is a great prelude to the next book. Cover: 5/5 One thing I loved about the cover was the font. I liked the white background theme. My Rating: When contemplating the rating I was between 3.5 and 4 stars. I went with 4 as there was so much growth and development in this book, and I really cannot wait to read Night Fall. I am really glad I decided to continue with this series.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Ruth B

    After falling in the darkness, Lila is back, stronger and with thirst for revenge. Wolf Sirens Fever starts right where the first book ended, this sequel is darker and more exciting and above all this book shows us the breaking point in Lila’s life. This is not the typical sequel where we continue the story of the previous characters. In order to really comprehend how we got here, the author takes the opportunity to tell the story of several characters, making the book a mix of present and past. After falling in the darkness, Lila is back, stronger and with thirst for revenge. Wolf Sirens Fever starts right where the first book ended, this sequel is darker and more exciting and above all this book shows us the breaking point in Lila’s life. This is not the typical sequel where we continue the story of the previous characters. In order to really comprehend how we got here, the author takes the opportunity to tell the story of several characters, making the book a mix of present and past. A wonderful journey through different moments in time and their intersections, showing us the scenes that define the present as we know it. Mythology is more present than ever, in this installment the magic behind the wolves creation is present on each chapter giving the series a magical atmosphere. Each story is different but they all are intense and exciting to read. Getting to know the past, the secrets, and the essence of the characters really helps to create a wider and complete idea of this world and the people in it. It makes them more solid and real. When I say this book is darker I’m referring to the process Lila is living. We see her going through a hard time, doing her best to figure out her destiny and discovering some major life changing truths. She is in a dark hole and it will take a lot of determination and the desire to finding the true to getting out of there. Cresida is now a major character. She is there for Lila and will be the key to the story. Ray takes a different role than the first book and new characters will be added to the story. The book can we divided in two parts. The first part is much sadder than the second, with lots of regression into the past and with Lila almost as a zombie going through life. The second part is more active, with lots of adrenaline rush, exciting moments and decisions that will change the course of the series. This is a must for the lovers of the first book. Wolf Sirens Fever has not the same rhythm as the first book but it is written in the same or even better writing style. *** I received an ecopy from the author in exchange for an honest review. ***

  5. 4 out of 5

    Clara Harding

    Within Fever: Many are Born, Few are Reborn,Lila Crain shows that she has come a long way since the first book and is now a full on blown training hunter. It is the only way she can deal with the not knowing what has happened to her dear Sky. With her heart broken into pieces all she can do is fill her time working harder and harder at her training but there comes a point where she feels she has become stuck at a certain point and no matter how hard she tries, how much she questions Cres (Cresid Within Fever: Many are Born, Few are Reborn,Lila Crain shows that she has come a long way since the first book and is now a full on blown training hunter. It is the only way she can deal with the not knowing what has happened to her dear Sky. With her heart broken into pieces all she can do is fill her time working harder and harder at her training but there comes a point where she feels she has become stuck at a certain point and no matter how hard she tries, how much she questions Cres (Cresida) the half hunter half werewolf she gets no answers. There is more going on here than meets the eye and when Lila tries to push the boundaries she finds that she is trapped. With no way out and no where to go she begins to fall into herself. New from another pack breaks Lila out of her spell when she finds that there have been more missing people disappearing than usual, something more sinister is going on and Lila's blood as a hunter is fuelled and enraged by the circumstances - she must shut them down, is is her duty, it is her destiny as a hunter. Can Lila escape Shade and save those that Tisane has prayed for? Can she outsmart her keepers in time to save everyone she holds dear and will the discovery of something that will rock her to her core avert her hunter's gaze? I really enjoyed learning more about what a hunter's role is within the werewolves world. Lila learns so much about herself, her role as a hunter and how to adapt her life to accommodate her destiny. I am already scrambling to read Book 3 in the series!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Nereid

    I really enjoyed the first book in the series, within the first few pages, werewolves came to the fore and there were no secrets about their existence. This book however I found it difficult to rate as it was so different. I felt like it was more of a background story detailing all the characters history on how they became who they were and their motivations for their actions so I was less engaged as many chapters explained how Reid, Lily, Narine and others were turned. Half way through the book I really enjoyed the first book in the series, within the first few pages, werewolves came to the fore and there were no secrets about their existence. This book however I found it difficult to rate as it was so different. I felt like it was more of a background story detailing all the characters history on how they became who they were and their motivations for their actions so I was less engaged as many chapters explained how Reid, Lily, Narine and others were turned. Half way through the book my interest piqued when Lila, grief stricken by Sky's death plans to escape the town and the pack. She felt like she was a prisoner there and constantly under surveillance, something did not add up. Even Cres was acting out of character and refused to let her hunt so obviously Reid and Cres had some secret agenda to keeping her close by. I like Lila as a character, she never wanted that life and struggled to deal with being dealt the hand of becoming a hunter. Falling in love with Sky both saved and ruined her and his loss would be one she could never overcome so the next best thing was vengeance. I look forward to the next instalment in this series and want to read more about Lila's journey towards her destiny.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Renee Deschamps

    Wolf Sirens: Fever, was kindly given to me in exchange for an honest review via RI & R on Goodreads. Yesterday, I started, and FINISHED, Wolf Sirens: Forbidden. When I posted that review, I closed it by stating I was eagerly diving into the second book of the series. Well, today I started and FINISHED Wolf Sirens: Fever. Picking up right where Forbidden ended, with some additional background stories regarding the history of the main characters, my main question kept screaming for the answer of wet Wolf Sirens: Fever, was kindly given to me in exchange for an honest review via RI & R on Goodreads. Yesterday, I started, and FINISHED, Wolf Sirens: Forbidden. When I posted that review, I closed it by stating I was eagerly diving into the second book of the series. Well, today I started and FINISHED Wolf Sirens: Fever. Picking up right where Forbidden ended, with some additional background stories regarding the history of the main characters, my main question kept screaming for the answer of wether or not L's world was indeed shattered beyond repair. At first, I was eager to find the answer to the big question, so I was annoyed at the story lines of how each member ended up part of the pack, and Cult, but midway, it made a lot of sense, and brought it all together. I'm a little disappointed at myself for being annoyed, but at the same time, I let myself get sidetracked, just as L did during the second in the series. My biggest focus/questions were elsewhere while the best part was being played right in front of my face. While I can now see the entire story, with the secondary story lines all tied in perfectly, I'm left with even more burning questions! Curses to you Ms. Smith...as now I have a ridiculous need/desire/want to finish the entire series.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Angie ~aka Reading Machine~

    Lila Crain is hunter born again to replace current hunter who was compromised. Lila considered how much training she was receiving from Cresida (Cres) James knowning that things were being hidden from her but couldn't seem to call her on it either. Lila decided to hatch a plan of escape that would bring her to the truth she hadn't seen yet. The other pack knew about Lila and Cres's control over her. There was something sinister going on in the other pack. Tisane was searching for and praying for Lila Crain is hunter born again to replace current hunter who was compromised. Lila considered how much training she was receiving from Cresida (Cres) James knowning that things were being hidden from her but couldn't seem to call her on it either. Lila decided to hatch a plan of escape that would bring her to the truth she hadn't seen yet. The other pack knew about Lila and Cres's control over her. There was something sinister going on in the other pack. Tisane was searching for and praying for someone to help with the Cult. The Cult is continuing to do more damage to local area with no stopping in sight. Will Lila escape Shade? Will Tisane's prayers be answered? Will Lila be the hunter? Your answers await you in Wolf Sirens:Fever~Many are Born, Few are Reborn. In this book you learn more about huntress role towards the werewolves. Lila learned more about herself as well as her enemy. I also gained insight to people Lila knew which shows how next book is set up. I definitely look forward to next book.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Caitlin

    As much as i loved book one i felt something was missing here. it got off to a slower start and didn't make me rush to finish as book 1 did. I felt the main story was a little to broken up and would have liked it to flow more like the first book. I liked how the story picked up from where it left off (unlike many others i have read that always leave big gaps where the characters seem to have nothing to fill the time missing lol) Lila seemed to have changed so suddenly and i felt like she was a co As much as i loved book one i felt something was missing here. it got off to a slower start and didn't make me rush to finish as book 1 did. I felt the main story was a little to broken up and would have liked it to flow more like the first book. I liked how the story picked up from where it left off (unlike many others i have read that always leave big gaps where the characters seem to have nothing to fill the time missing lol) Lila seemed to have changed so suddenly and i felt like she was a completely different character but it was good to see her grow and she was a long way off the lonely new girl we met in the beginning of book one. although i still enjoyed this book i was a little let down (as second books in a series usually do for me) but not so much that i wouldn't read the next book or any other books by Tina Smith. It was a good sequel and would highly recommend these books to anyone Tina Smith is a very talented Author and i look forward to reading more books by her in the future. Can't wait to read more of Lila's Story :)

  10. 5 out of 5

    Belinda King

    This second book in the Wolf Sirens series is quite different to your average werewolf story. A large part of the book is split up into smaller stories giving us the background to all the main characters. I like how the author has done this as it lays a foundation of understanding for each of the characters. However it can be a little distracting as you are suddenly reading about the history of a character and the plot stands still for a while. I said in my review of the previous book that I hate This second book in the Wolf Sirens series is quite different to your average werewolf story. A large part of the book is split up into smaller stories giving us the background to all the main characters. I like how the author has done this as it lays a foundation of understanding for each of the characters. However it can be a little distracting as you are suddenly reading about the history of a character and the plot stands still for a while. I said in my review of the previous book that I hated the ending. Of course this is the authors intent as we discover that perhaps Sky is not dead as we are led to believe. Nothing is conclusive though in this book as to Sky's death. I found Lila's character to be a very strong and bizarre one and I was quite surprised at how she grew into the character as I have never come across a similar character in all my reading. Lila's character borders on horrific. A very different werewolf story mixed with mythology. I do recommend and gave this book 3 stars

  11. 4 out of 5

    Wendy Hines

    You'll want to read the first book in the series, Forbidden, before you read Fever. Fever picks up right after Forbidden with Lila training relentlessly, trying to grieve over the loss of Sky. She is determined to escape, to seek revenge, questioning what she was told about Sky and doubting those she considered friends. Lila is trying to come to terms to her role as Hunter, but she matures as she does so, which I really appreciated. I found her quite whiny in the first book (Fever). Also, in Feve You'll want to read the first book in the series, Forbidden, before you read Fever. Fever picks up right after Forbidden with Lila training relentlessly, trying to grieve over the loss of Sky. She is determined to escape, to seek revenge, questioning what she was told about Sky and doubting those she considered friends. Lila is trying to come to terms to her role as Hunter, but she matures as she does so, which I really appreciated. I found her quite whiny in the first book (Fever). Also, in Fever, we learn more about the Shades and the Wolves, and this really gave some understanding to some of the characters. A page-turning paranormal that is packed with diverse characters, a richly detailed world and a riveting ending that will leave the reader clamoring for more. Smith's characters are gradually changing, which I appreciate as the story moves forward. It gives the option for new choices and opportunities that I look forward to in future installments.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Barbara Gordon

    I liked this book for the most part... I liked the continuing part of the story. I spent a good 1/2 of the book trying to figure out what Cres's game was. Lila's character and her thoughts got a little jumbled and repeatitive. But I understood her devestation by the loss of Sky. I really enjoyed meeting Tisane, and her learning her connection to Lila. It was very interesting to see the back stories of the "pack" and to learn the secrets we now know. I was shocked by some of the revelations. Over I liked this book for the most part... I liked the continuing part of the story. I spent a good 1/2 of the book trying to figure out what Cres's game was. Lila's character and her thoughts got a little jumbled and repeatitive. But I understood her devestation by the loss of Sky. I really enjoyed meeting Tisane, and her learning her connection to Lila. It was very interesting to see the back stories of the "pack" and to learn the secrets we now know. I was shocked by some of the revelations. Overall, this was a great book, and I can't wait to see what happens next. Hopefully the wait won't be too long. :)

  13. 4 out of 5

    Amy

    Oh my goodness, I just finished this book. It was much better than the first, the story line is starting to get more action and flow. I am definitely awaiting the next installment. The only thing I question is the authors need to tell the stories of each individual in the middle of the story. I am wondering if this is going to lead up to something in the next book. Maybe by showing the human side of these characters, it is going to lead to them all coming back to a joined alliance to win the bat Oh my goodness, I just finished this book. It was much better than the first, the story line is starting to get more action and flow. I am definitely awaiting the next installment. The only thing I question is the authors need to tell the stories of each individual in the middle of the story. I am wondering if this is going to lead up to something in the next book. Maybe by showing the human side of these characters, it is going to lead to them all coming back to a joined alliance to win the battle on the side of good??? Oh the directions this story line can go...

  14. 4 out of 5

    E.L.

    I didnt like this one as well as I liked the first one but it was still very good and am waiting, somewhat impatiently for book 3. The chapters that show cased from others point of view were interesting but kinda messed with the flow of the book for me. I will be recommending it to a few of my fellow were lovers.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Ariella

    I love this book. It draws you in from first couple paragraphs. I'm giving this 5 stars. I love this book. It draws you in from first couple paragraphs. I'm giving this 5 stars.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Jasmin

    I was given this book in exchange for honest review (LoP). I only recommend this review to those, who already read Book 1. (view spoiler)[ Actually this book was nothing I expected it to be. I wanted Lila to go crazy after Sky's dead. A cold blooded huntress, who kills every wolf she sees. Unfortunately she stayed quite normal. The story starts with Cres and Lila resuming their normal lifestyle. Just with Cres as the new queen, since Sam is gone, and everyone being less flashy. With Cres, who doesn't I was given this book in exchange for honest review (LoP). I only recommend this review to those, who already read Book 1. (view spoiler)[ Actually this book was nothing I expected it to be. I wanted Lila to go crazy after Sky's dead. A cold blooded huntress, who kills every wolf she sees. Unfortunately she stayed quite normal. The story starts with Cres and Lila resuming their normal lifestyle. Just with Cres as the new queen, since Sam is gone, and everyone being less flashy. With Cres, who doesn't care about clothes, Lila and Giny in the center of attention it's no wonder though, right? Actually around 50% of the book seemed rather boring. Cres training Lila and everyone still keeping up the farce of being happy teenagers. Until one day Lila realises she is trapped and spied on by Cres and Reid. So Lila runs away from Shade and the action starts... Or so I thought. To be truthful nothing worth mentioning happened. A new character was introduced and we get to know more about the wolves past, unfortunately leading to some horrible time jumps. I mean in one chapter I'm reading about Lila and in the next one I'm suddenly warped back in time? Huh? Well.. actually this would probaly add a little bit more depth to the story, if the point of view wouldn't suddenly change. Sorry, but even though this might be some modern way of writing for me it is a no-go. It makes the whole story look like the author didn't know what she wanted to write, when she decided to write the first book from the 1st person perspective. My result: I wouldn't say I enjoyed reading this book, but I still liked how we got to know more about the stuff that happened before the actual story. Unfortunately I would have prefered the story to continue, but I feel like we are not far away from what happened in Book 1. Well, I still kind of had fun reading it, so I wanted to give 4 stars, but I think the change of view is inexcusable ( I mean reading 1st person narration from Sam's point of view, would have been kinda fun, too! ) so I'm only giving 3. But I suppose I have high expetations for Book 3 now, hopefully finally adding some action to the story. (hide spoiler)]

  17. 4 out of 5

    Lauren

    I was given this book by the author for an honest review. This is the second book of the Wolf Sirens collection by author Tina Smith. Wolf Sirens Fever is the next book in Tina Smith’s series. Picking up right after the first book, Lila is faced with very unsettling news. Sky is dead. She cannot cope with his loss and enters a deep depression. After realizes her need for truth and revenge, Lila pushes herself into Cres’ huntress training. Lila willingly pushes herself to the brink of death to tra I was given this book by the author for an honest review. This is the second book of the Wolf Sirens collection by author Tina Smith. Wolf Sirens Fever is the next book in Tina Smith’s series. Picking up right after the first book, Lila is faced with very unsettling news. Sky is dead. She cannot cope with his loss and enters a deep depression. After realizes her need for truth and revenge, Lila pushes herself into Cres’ huntress training. Lila willingly pushes herself to the brink of death to train to kill the very creature she loves. Yet, she fights herself for closure with Sky’s death and cannot bring herself to visit his grave. When Lila realizes that she’s being spied on by the wolves, she goes into hiding. While in hiding, Lila meets a witch named Tisane. Tisane helps Lila in her plans for revenge because the Cult pack, lead by Tisane’s sister Narine, is becoming out of control. Narine is hell bent on running the world and she doesn’t care how many human lives she’ll have to snuff out in order to achieve her goals. Lila’s revenge and answers she seeks are somewhere within Narine’s pack. Lila will seek her revenge, but is she strong enough to survive? This book is an emotional roller coaster. When Lila is told of Sky’s death, I nearly broke down. Their forbidden relationship and mutual attraction are key to the story. Without Sky, Lila turns nearly turns off her humanity and nearly becomes an emotionless killing machine. Her inability to let him go makes me believe that he’s not actually dead. There are several flashbacks in this sequel that gives the reader a better idea on how these wolves came together and their back stories. I specifically liked the discovery of why everyone is also inclined to listen to our resident mean girl Sam. As with the first book, I got to the end of this story and had to immediately download the next one. Smith has a serious talent for cliff hanger endings; she leaves you feeling as if you cannot continue onto your next daily task without knowing what’s happened. I enjoyed this much more than the first book in the series. Its rapid pace and story lines kept me engaged and wanting more

  18. 4 out of 5

    Alaina (Bibliophilic Barista)

    I would like to thank the author for giving me a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review **Warning: if you have not read the first book in this series my review will contain spoilers** The second book in the Wolf Sirens series starts out with a bit more on the legend and the gods that caused Shade to be the way it is, a couple new characters, and picks up with the Epilogue from book one. I have to say I really enjoy series that pick up without any space in between… that way I don’t feel I would like to thank the author for giving me a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review **Warning: if you have not read the first book in this series my review will contain spoilers** The second book in the Wolf Sirens series starts out with a bit more on the legend and the gods that caused Shade to be the way it is, a couple new characters, and picks up with the Epilogue from book one. I have to say I really enjoy series that pick up without any space in between… that way I don’t feel like I’ve missed anything. The beginning of Fever starts out with Lila somewhere in between mourning and denial about Sky, while at the same time trying to figure out who she is as a hunter. This created a much bigger role for Cres which was a huge plus for me because I love her. I loved the fact that I got more insight into the backgrounds of all the different characters and how they became the way they were at the start of the series. The pace of this book was much quicker than the first one, and I found myself unable to put it down. Lila also slowly changed into a completely different character, and I found myself loving her as she became more and more huntress and less and less whiny teenager. Once again I got to the end of this story and had to immediately download the next one. Tina Smith has a serious gift for riveting endings; she makes you feel like you absolutely have to know what’s going to happen. Overall I enjoyed this much more than the first book in the series because there was a lot more action and different chapters were written from the view of other characters.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Sara

    I received a digital copy from the author in exchange for an honest review. After reading Wolf Sirens: Forbidden, and the way it ended so sadly, I jumped at the chance to read this one. I was hoping for some closure. Not sure that that is what I got, but a few answers were given. This book felt a lot like a book of information on all the characters. It had the current day story, but then kept going into past character stories of how each character became the way they were. This made it really dr I received a digital copy from the author in exchange for an honest review. After reading Wolf Sirens: Forbidden, and the way it ended so sadly, I jumped at the chance to read this one. I was hoping for some closure. Not sure that that is what I got, but a few answers were given. This book felt a lot like a book of information on all the characters. It had the current day story, but then kept going into past character stories of how each character became the way they were. This made it really drag on for me. This starts off with Lila being in mourning from learning about Sky. This was really sad and broke my heart. But she is unwilling to accept it. So she decides she will continue, under the direction of Cresida, to train as the Hunter. Then when she is strong enough she can search out the truth. She knows that something is being hidden from her, and is determined to find out the truth, and maybe even seek out revenge. Actually, this is pretty much the whole story. It was all about Lila finding her way and the truth. And a lot of information about all the characters. We find out how Cres was created, and what she went through. We find out about Reid's family, and his very sad past and his brother. We learn about Cresida's aunt, new characters Narine and Tisane, and about the Cult. And we learn a little bit about the conspiracy going on. This was not my favorite book, unfortunately, but I look forward to the next book because I know it will bring it all together, and be a big battle. Reviewed also at www.enthralledbybooks.blogspot.com

  20. 4 out of 5

    Pam

    I really enjoyed the first book in this series and was glad to get the chance to read the second one. Lila is struggling to comes to terms of who and what she is. She must train but doesn't really trust who is training her. She has to act like she is friends with people she doesn't trust. Her heart is in two different places and is broken. She will have to make some hard decisions and she must learn secrets if she is to become what she is meant to be. Some lies hold the power to what she does an I really enjoyed the first book in this series and was glad to get the chance to read the second one. Lila is struggling to comes to terms of who and what she is. She must train but doesn't really trust who is training her. She has to act like she is friends with people she doesn't trust. Her heart is in two different places and is broken. She will have to make some hard decisions and she must learn secrets if she is to become what she is meant to be. Some lies hold the power to what she does and they really in the end make her stronger. I will say if you haven't read the first book in this series you should before you read this one. The plot is amazing as is the first book. Watching not only Lila but many other characters struggle will have you torn in two. You have shifters for the one who love paranormal books as I do and you also get some mythology. Something is constantly going on and in this book you get to see inside many of the characters and what made them what they are. Reading it I never was really sure who I would trust. You get a background on the characters and for me this book is about watching Lila to see what she will do, who is hiding stuff from her and it gives you a better feel for lots of other people. It does keep you turning pages to see what will happen next. The only thing I didn't like was some of the chapters gave you flashbacks and in a way it added to the story and in some ways it took away from what was happening now. I wanted more to see what Lila would do next. All in all a good sequel.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Yvette Calleiro

    I wish I could give a better rating, but this book/series is just not drawing me in. Honestly, this series should have been written from the third point of view from the getgo. I would have loved to have seen the background stories told in book 2 as part of book 1. I think it may have helped me get deeper into the characters to see where they had come from and what their motives were. Instead, they were thrown into book two where most of the characters aren't even part of the storyline. Had this I wish I could give a better rating, but this book/series is just not drawing me in. Honestly, this series should have been written from the third point of view from the getgo. I would have loved to have seen the background stories told in book 2 as part of book 1. I think it may have helped me get deeper into the characters to see where they had come from and what their motives were. Instead, they were thrown into book two where most of the characters aren't even part of the storyline. Had this series been written in third person, the author could have given us insight into each character's thoughts, feelings, worries, desires, manipulations, etc. I think it would have hooked me more to know just how bad "Sam" really was and where Lila, Bianca, Sky, Cres, and Reid were all coming from. I enjoyed the new character, Tisane. She seemed underused, though. I would have liked to have seen more dialogue and experiences between Tisane and Lila. Again, the book started with references to Artemis, Zues, and Apollo, but it just didn't feel a part of the story. It's almost as if they were thrown in there to use their names. It was disappointing, to say the least. After reading two books, I am no more invested in the characters or the storyline than I was at the beginning, so I think this is my place to stop reading. :-/

  22. 4 out of 5

    Rhonda

    3 STARS Fever started off slow for me. Don't know if it is because I forgot a lot of the book or what. I admit to liking second half of the book a lot more. We get to read the background of the other characters a lot more and how they became wolfs or hunters. We see how and why they acted the ways they did. Like how come Sam liked to make others do what she wanted. How Cresida came to live with her Aunt. We learn that Cresida likes some of the wolves too. I like how the characters were enriched by 3 STARS Fever started off slow for me. Don't know if it is because I forgot a lot of the book or what. I admit to liking second half of the book a lot more. We get to read the background of the other characters a lot more and how they became wolfs or hunters. We see how and why they acted the ways they did. Like how come Sam liked to make others do what she wanted. How Cresida came to live with her Aunt. We learn that Cresida likes some of the wolves too. I like how the characters were enriched by the more we knew about their pasts. Fever sets up really good for book 3. Now if my memory will work I will be ready for it the sooner the better. Lila has a hard time accepting that Sky is dead and gone. She wants to leave town and look for him see where he died. But she is always being watched. Cresida has been training her to keep her busy and tired. The high school is mourning this is the second death within months. Lila has to learn about handling death. I love the cover of Fever! It draws me in to the wolf. Some people when they get bitten change where others die from the fever It tells a lot of the conversions stories and what their families went through the tough times. I was given this ebook to read and asked to give honest review of it and be part of their blog tour.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Book Reading Gals

    The story is so in-depth, intriguing, and complex....you spend moments of never wanting it to end - and then cursing cause you just couldn't read it fast enough and you simply have to know what happens! It's also unpredictable....no matter how much you guess and think you know what's going to happen - there is just no way to guess all the complexities behind all these storylines. They are just so expertly woven together - it almost seems as if it is just one long novel. Granted, an extremely lon The story is so in-depth, intriguing, and complex....you spend moments of never wanting it to end - and then cursing cause you just couldn't read it fast enough and you simply have to know what happens! It's also unpredictable....no matter how much you guess and think you know what's going to happen - there is just no way to guess all the complexities behind all these storylines. They are just so expertly woven together - it almost seems as if it is just one long novel. Granted, an extremely long one. But each book flows seamlessly into the next. In this one we get more and more answers to our questions, and more of a background into the history of these characters. I definitely recommend this series, particularly to people who enjoyed novels like the Imdalind series by Rebecca Ethington or the Twilight series by Stephanie Meyer or those similar in nature. Sections of the books also had me flashing back and thinking about the movie Mean Girls - particularly in the first book with all the discussion of 'cliques'....LOL They may seem a little slow going for some readers....there are times when it does drag a little, but most of that is worth it for the character depth that we are allowed to see and the complexities in all the relationships. The number one thing to keep in mind - they are so good! Review by: Sarah http://www.thebookreadinggals.com

  24. 5 out of 5

    Elizabeth Alsobrooks

    I haven't read book one, so had no reference of comparison. It seemed to me that the sequel was not as stand-alone as I might have liked or expected in a series piece. The premise was interesting and had some potential, but it wasn't fully realized in this second book of the series--perhaps that will be resolved in the third installment. What slowed the reading for me was the lack of intimacy one usually gets in a first person narrative. Though the main character has a lot of internal dialogue, s I haven't read book one, so had no reference of comparison. It seemed to me that the sequel was not as stand-alone as I might have liked or expected in a series piece. The premise was interesting and had some potential, but it wasn't fully realized in this second book of the series--perhaps that will be resolved in the third installment. What slowed the reading for me was the lack of intimacy one usually gets in a first person narrative. Though the main character has a lot of internal dialogue, she has limited interaction with others and there is very little spoken dialogue. The point of view shifts quite a bit and was sometimes confusing. Much of this book felt like a story being told to me rather than characters actually living their lives. The fast-paced action I associate with most paranormal books didn't kick in until the second half of the book, where the pace does pick up considerably. I was certainly surprised on page 38 to discover the main character was a double agent. That explained a lot of the random thoughts she had earlier in the internal dialogue. It also added another layer to the plot, which I liked.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Nook Books and More Blog

    I have received this book as a review request. Fever is a paranormal book by Tina Smith and is the seguel to Forbidden. In Fever, it explains about the background history of the characters in much detail. You really begin to see the person within. The book flowed with ease at first but, was a little aggrevated by the drawn out story line. I realized though towards the end the neccessity of the details and began to see the characters from a different perspective. While I liked the flow of the firs I have received this book as a review request. Fever is a paranormal book by Tina Smith and is the seguel to Forbidden. In Fever, it explains about the background history of the characters in much detail. You really begin to see the person within. The book flowed with ease at first but, was a little aggrevated by the drawn out story line. I realized though towards the end the neccessity of the details and began to see the characters from a different perspective. While I liked the flow of the first book better, I was able to see the much growth maturity of the main character that I think is showing its readers that a kickass herion is being born. The overall story has deffinately left me in suspense! Will she finally get her happiness? I guess we will just have to read the following books to find out! Fever is most definately an emotional roller coaster as well as the characters in the book. So far what I've experienced in Tina's books is you don't know what to expect! She is truely tallented at cliffhangers that's for sure.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Ramsha

    Lila returns and is now her grief has made her stronger. Losing Sky was like losing a part of her heart, in this book she trains with Cres to become stronger. But at the same time she plots to escape Shade and start a journey of her own where she wold take revenge on the wolves (Sam) who had let her lover die. I had read the first book in this series and was absolutely thrilled when given the second and third book for an honest review. I loved the first book , because you know it had ended with Lila returns and is now her grief has made her stronger. Losing Sky was like losing a part of her heart, in this book she trains with Cres to become stronger. But at the same time she plots to escape Shade and start a journey of her own where she wold take revenge on the wolves (Sam) who had let her lover die. I had read the first book in this series and was absolutely thrilled when given the second and third book for an honest review. I loved the first book , because you know it had ended with such a sad cliffhanger but the second book was different it was really informative and gave not only Lila's side of the story but also Sam, Bianca, lily and the rest of the gang's story. I felt that the book had a lot of potential but unlike the first instalment I did not rush to find out what happened at the very end. I hope the third book is a very good one able to make me feel a rush of emotions like the first one had done so.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Laura Lucas

    Do not read if you have not read the first in series!! Again, as I said with the first in the series, the story starts off slow. But do not let that deter you because it gets very interesting. CAUTION SPOILER ALERT if you have not read first!! After Lila realizes that Sky is dead and Reid was not lying, she is thrown in a deep depression. The only thing that pulls her out is revenge. She wakes up a different person, the huntress. Cres and she tirelessly train her to become the huntress of the for Do not read if you have not read the first in series!! Again, as I said with the first in the series, the story starts off slow. But do not let that deter you because it gets very interesting. CAUTION SPOILER ALERT if you have not read first!! After Lila realizes that Sky is dead and Reid was not lying, she is thrown in a deep depression. The only thing that pulls her out is revenge. She wakes up a different person, the huntress. Cres and she tirelessly train her to become the huntress of the forest. She learns to kill the very creature she loves. She lives to avenge the death of her beloved. She fights for closure to say goodbye to Sky. She soon realizes she is trapped and she starts wondering why. Why can't she leave? Why can't she go to Sky's grave? The twists and turns kept me on my feet while the whole time wondering if her beloved was still alive. I am completely captivated by this story and I can not wait for the next in series!!! Will she see her beloved again?

  28. 4 out of 5

    D.S. Schmeckpeper

    I often find the trouble with book 2 (or book 3 in five plus books series) is that it ends up being a transition book. Like the jelly filling on a donut. Unnecessary, but makes the series better-we hope. This series seems to be no exception. The first book was filled with the excitement and drama of meeting the characters and learning the world and its secrets, but this one almost seems to be holding its breath, the calm before the storm. It's filled with fascinating backstory about all the majo I often find the trouble with book 2 (or book 3 in five plus books series) is that it ends up being a transition book. Like the jelly filling on a donut. Unnecessary, but makes the series better-we hope. This series seems to be no exception. The first book was filled with the excitement and drama of meeting the characters and learning the world and its secrets, but this one almost seems to be holding its breath, the calm before the storm. It's filled with fascinating backstory about all the major players from the first book and even a couple new ones, plus shows us Lila's transition as she learns to be a huntress, and neatly sets the stage for the next book. I don't recommend reading this book unless you have already read the first book, Forbidden, as I don't feel this book could effectively stand on its own. Still, I enjoyed this book a lot and look forward to the next one! **I was provided a free copy of this ebook for honest review**

  29. 5 out of 5

    Sharon l Aldcroft

    This story picks up right where book one ended. BUT I was a bit confused at the end of book one, I was very should I shouldn't I about reading it.(if you understand my meaning). But as I received them as a set in return for an honest review I figured I had should carry on. So picking up the storyline from where we left it we're back with Lila BUT she is bigger and stronger than before. And as I get deeper into this book it's darker, and there's so much more excitement, and this is only book two. The This story picks up right where book one ended. BUT I was a bit confused at the end of book one, I was very should I shouldn't I about reading it.(if you understand my meaning). But as I received them as a set in return for an honest review I figured I had should carry on. So picking up the storyline from where we left it we're back with Lila BUT she is bigger and stronger than before. And as I get deeper into this book it's darker, and there's so much more excitement, and this is only book two. There's a lot of magic and creativity gone into it. The wolves give out such an unbelievable life towards you as you read. The story of each life is captivating and exciting to read about. You feel as though you are reading about an actual person. Up to now I can't decide who this book focuses on the most. To me Cresida is the main character now and will be there for Lila. Ray will take a different role( I think!!!). I will now casually read book three ................

  30. 4 out of 5

    BooksandBeyondFiftyShades

    If The Bite Doesn't Get You, Then the Fever Will Lila takes the role of assassin to heart. When she finds out about Sky's death she throws herself into training to be the best huntress she can be. She vows to get revenge on those that are responsible for his death. Eventually Lila realizes that Cresida is working her so hard that she is too tired and busy to think about what really could have happened to Sky. She leaves on a magical journey to find out the truth. Deep down Lila just doesn't believ If The Bite Doesn't Get You, Then the Fever Will Lila takes the role of assassin to heart. When she finds out about Sky's death she throws herself into training to be the best huntress she can be. She vows to get revenge on those that are responsible for his death. Eventually Lila realizes that Cresida is working her so hard that she is too tired and busy to think about what really could have happened to Sky. She leaves on a magical journey to find out the truth. Deep down Lila just doesn't believe in her heart that he is truly gone. This story is deep, dark and is not predictable in the least. It is a tale of love and loss and all the pain associated with it. The author does a good job at going further into the characters and bringing you more emotionally connected to each one of them. This is the second book in the series.

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