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**Warning: Contains some spoilers for Shifted, Book 1 of the Siren Prophecy** Myreen is attempting to resume life as normal--or as normal as it can be after finding out she’s a freak chimera and the daughter of villainous vampire leader Draven. But she can’t forget about that kiss she shared with dragon shifter Kol, even if he’s still acting all hot and cold every other min **Warning: Contains some spoilers for Shifted, Book 1 of the Siren Prophecy** Myreen is attempting to resume life as normal--or as normal as it can be after finding out she’s a freak chimera and the daughter of villainous vampire leader Draven. But she can’t forget about that kiss she shared with dragon shifter Kol, even if he’s still acting all hot and cold every other minute. Juliet’s love life isn’t looking so great, either, while Kenzie’s may be too hot to handle. And Leif’s feeling the heat of his subterfuge with the vampires, while Oberon is struggling to keep the school together. Time’s ticking, the prophecy is hanging over everyone’s heads, and the fate of the Dome and all shifter-kind rests in the hands of a teenager who’s not sure she’ll ever be ready to kill her own father, no matter how terrible he might be.


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**Warning: Contains some spoilers for Shifted, Book 1 of the Siren Prophecy** Myreen is attempting to resume life as normal--or as normal as it can be after finding out she’s a freak chimera and the daughter of villainous vampire leader Draven. But she can’t forget about that kiss she shared with dragon shifter Kol, even if he’s still acting all hot and cold every other min **Warning: Contains some spoilers for Shifted, Book 1 of the Siren Prophecy** Myreen is attempting to resume life as normal--or as normal as it can be after finding out she’s a freak chimera and the daughter of villainous vampire leader Draven. But she can’t forget about that kiss she shared with dragon shifter Kol, even if he’s still acting all hot and cold every other minute. Juliet’s love life isn’t looking so great, either, while Kenzie’s may be too hot to handle. And Leif’s feeling the heat of his subterfuge with the vampires, while Oberon is struggling to keep the school together. Time’s ticking, the prophecy is hanging over everyone’s heads, and the fate of the Dome and all shifter-kind rests in the hands of a teenager who’s not sure she’ll ever be ready to kill her own father, no matter how terrible he might be.

30 review for Scorched

  1. 4 out of 5

    Sandra Kaye

    Great story This is a great story. I am in love with Kenzie she so needs her own book. Hint hint... Also I would so read a prequel of Oberon and rens tale too.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Judy Lewis

    GREAT CONTINUATION!!! Title: Scorched Series: Shifter Academy (Siren Prophecy Book 2) Author: Tricia Barr, Joanna Reeder, Angel Leya, Jesse Booth, Alessandra Jay Designation: Book 2 of Trilogy, Full-Length Novel, NOT A Standalone, Cliffhanger Ahead #urbanfantasy #paranormal #supernatural #mystery #suspense #action #sweetcomingofageromance #shifters #mermaids #teen #youngadult My Rating: Four Captivating Stars**** There were so many things I adored about both Shifted and Scorched. The concept was int GREAT CONTINUATION!!! Title: Scorched Series: Shifter Academy (Siren Prophecy Book 2) Author: Tricia Barr, Joanna Reeder, Angel Leya, Jesse Booth, Alessandra Jay Designation: Book 2 of Trilogy, Full-Length Novel, NOT A Standalone, Cliffhanger Ahead #urbanfantasy #paranormal #supernatural #mystery #suspense #action #sweetcomingofageromance #shifters #mermaids #teen #youngadult My Rating: Four Captivating Stars**** There were so many things I adored about both Shifted and Scorched. The concept was intriguing, the world building was extraordinary, the storyline was creative, the characters were engaging, the writing was solid, the dialogue was well executed and flowed naturally, and the book, overall, was well crafted. I was impressed by the detailed world-building and vivid descriptions, which quickly immersed me in the story. The third person narrative was well written with multiple perspectives, and there were quite a few. It wasn't a traditional omniscient with an all-knowing, 'god-like' narrator who knows and narrates the thoughts of every character, but it still included the point of view for many of the primary characters, and all were clearly defined by chapter. There were a few minor typos and mistakes missed in the final edit/proofread but nothing major and certainly nothing that distracted me from the story, but I was torn about the rating, hence the four stars rather than five. In my humble opinion, the book did have a few areas that needed work. I felt the pacing was off in the first book, sluggish in some places and too fast in others, adversely affecting the overall flow of the story. The beginning and first few chapters were good, but soon after the plot progression slowed to a crawl. Admittedly, this is fairly common in the first book of a new series where an author is trying to set up the world, plot, conflict, characters and their dynamic within the story. Thankfully, the pace picked back up in the final 30% of the book but moved at lightspeed in the final 5%. There was a lot of information thrown at the reader in the last few chapters, which unfortunately made the ending feel rushed. I was also a little disappointed in the growth of several of the primary characters. I understand this is a teen/young adult book, but I still felt the characters were somewhat immature for their age. I constantly hear people say how kids are so much more mature now than they were years ago, but I disagree. In my grandmother's day, it was not unusual for a man and woman to be married with children by fifteen or sixteen, the same age as many of the characters in this story. Possibly a more accurate statement would be that kids now are more worldly, more educated, and certainly have access to more information, but that doesn't necessarily make them more mature. Nonetheless, I still felt that several of the primary teenage characters lacked depth and maturity for their age and needed more character development within the first book. Hopefully, we'll see more personal growth as the series continues. Most stories are either plot driven or character driven but surprisingly, Shifted appeared to be both with an extremely large, diverse cast of players and an extremely intricate and complex plot, and each element seemed integral to the progression of the story. It reminded me of a chess game with a board of constantly moving pieces, all trying to protect the queen, but one wrong move could result in the loss of everything. Some of the main characters may have been teenagers, but their age made little difference in this fight between good and evil. With the future of Shifter Academy at stake, as well as the fate of the entire world, both human and supernatural, a brave few must face their fears, accept their destinies, and if they want to survive, learn to work together to untangle a convoluted web of secrets and defeat true evil. In Shifted, there were three couples: 1)newly discovered teenage mermaid shifter Myreen Fairchild and handsome, young, dragon shifter royal Kol Dracul, 2) struggling new phoenix shifter Juliet Quinn and phoenix shifter Nik Candida, 3)spirited teenage selkie Kenzie MacLugh who has a mysterious connection with long-suffering, much older vampire Leif Villers (who was turned at a very young age and looks to be in his early twenties). Sixteen-year-old Myreen Lee Fairchild appears to be the central character of Shifted and plays an important role in the Siren Prophecy. Myreen was sweet, sensitive, and somewhat naive. She had no idea she was a mermaid shifter until the night her mother was suddenly murdered by vampires and then rescued by Oberon Rex, gryphon shifter and Director of Shifter Academy or 'The Dome', a school and safe haven for shifter children. For the first sixteen years of her life, Myreen led an extremely sheltered existence with very strict rules. She had no idea who her father was and had no family, other than her now deceased mom. She and her mother were always moving from place to place, never putting down roots. Myreen was never allowed to date, have any access to social media, and never ever allowed to go swimming or out after sundown. Needless to say, the knowledge of magic, vampires, and shifters came as a total shock. She found herself suddenly plunged into a strange new world of mythical creatures, unknown foes and, even worse, mean girls who wished her ill will. But never fear, the lovely, sweet Myreen made several faithful friends, ones willing to risk everything, including their lives, on her dangerous journey of discovery. Her first friend at Shifter Academy was teenage, royal dragon shifter Malkolm Torq Dracul, Kol to his friends, who also turns out to be one of her love interests in the story. And yes, I said interests, as in more than one. It appears two young men have the hots for the lovely dark-haired, blue-eyed Myreen. Accomplished mermaid shifter and seer Kendall Green showed an immediate interest in Myreen upon her arrival at Shifter Academy, much to Kol's dismay. lol... Kol could be a real neanderthal and I didn't like him, at all, until the last few chapters of the book. Sure he was hot, all alpha, and drop-dead gorgeous, but he was also aloof, entitled, conceited, at times indifferent, and not very friendly. Most of the time, I wanted to box his ears. However, he did have a few redeeming qualities. But it was so much fun watching Myreen put him in his place! You better believe Myreen was no one's doormat! lol... Poor Kol! There were a few times I felt kinda sorry for him. He tried so hard to fight his attraction for Myreen and for good reason - which I won't disclose. You'll just have to read the book! But we all know the heart wants what the heart wants. And Kol's heart definitely wanted Myreen! Sigh... So sweet! No spoilers from me but I will say this... A beautiful teenage girl, reeling from a heartbreaking loss, plunged into a dangerous world of vampires, shifters, and magic, only to discover she is so much more than she ever dreamed-check! A handsome teenage dragon shifter torn between duty and the possibility of love-check! A large cast of fascinating characters-check! A mysterious prophecy-check! A clique of mean girls out for blood-check! Mystery, suspense, danger, malevolent machinations, and heinous enemies-check! Drama, teenage angst, and sweet blossoming romance-you bet! That and a whole lot more! Scorched: Siren Prophecy Book 2 In Scorched: Book 2, the story picks up immediately following the end of Shifted: Book 1. It's my understanding that this book is the second of a trilogy for The Siren Prophecy. Don't quote me on that, but I do believe I read this information, possibly in an author newsletter. Although the authors did an exemplary job of giving helpful backstory, I highly recommend reading the books sequentially. I understand some repetition is necessary to refresh a reader's memory, however, in my humble opinion, there was also an unusually large amount of extraneous dialogue and unnecessary filler which slowed the pace of the story to a crawl, especially in the first half of the book, and contributed nothing to the plot progression. Several times I found myself tempted to skim certain sections, but I didn't want to miss anything, so I hung in there and my patience was rewarded in the remaining half of the story. Other than that, I enjoyed this installment immensely. After the explosive revelation of Myreen's parentage and hybrid status, there's no longer any doubt that she's the Siren of the prophecy destined to defeat the vampires and save all shifters from extinction. As a result of this new information, Kol's father, General Dracul, wants to take full advantage of Myreen's abilities by weaponizing the young woman for the military and takes charge of the school. But as the maniacal vampire leader Draven ramps up his efforts to destroy the Shifter Academy and capture his daughter Myreen, the danger continues to escalate for our young heroes, all while they endure teenage angst and heartbreak in their personal lives. With no one to trust but themselves, our unlikely heroes must make a stand on their own, but when the smoke clears, who will survive? We'll see! So, did I like this book? Yes, very much! Will I read this author/authors again? Absolutely! Would I recommend it? You bet, for readers 12 to 112. It contains no explicit sex but does feature a sweet, blossoming romance between teenagers. This is a full-length novel, coming in at approximately 450 pages, but it is NOT a standalone read and does end with a cliffhanger. And finally, was I entertained? Completely! Fabulous entertainment and an awesome read!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Julie

    5 stars More and more keeps being revealed about Myreen and there was another DNA surprise hinted at by Oberon. And Kenzie and Juliet keep surprising me with their character development and strengths. I will be watching and waiting for book 3 to be released!

  4. 5 out of 5

    H.M.

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Gag This book was slowly driving me nuts. The constant perspective shifts were jarring and annoying. The high school drama was overdone, and the only characters who seem to have actual depth are Leif, Kol, and Oberon. Everyone else seemed to only be concerned about how popular they were or what crush they had. It was very irritating. I could only suspend my disbelief so far. Myreen was a mermaid...okay. Oh, but then she was also a harpy, making her a chimera? And not to mention, her father is the Gag This book was slowly driving me nuts. The constant perspective shifts were jarring and annoying. The high school drama was overdone, and the only characters who seem to have actual depth are Leif, Kol, and Oberon. Everyone else seemed to only be concerned about how popular they were or what crush they had. It was very irritating. I could only suspend my disbelief so far. Myreen was a mermaid...okay. Oh, but then she was also a harpy, making her a chimera? And not to mention, her father is the evil vampire they are fighting? Oh, and let’s not forget that she discovers she’s an ursa, a werebear. It’s something that was in her DNA, even though the were types aren’t born...? The issue is that it seems like the authors couldn’t make up their minds or come to an agreement about exactly what Myreen is, and so they just combined everything together. Unfortunately, this leads to continuity errors and broken rules. Myreen is taken at the end of the book by the evil vampire guy who she’s supposed to defeat, but who’s also her father. It will not surprise me in the least if the next book has Myreen become a vampire. She’s everything else, so why not a vampire too? Leif’s vampire cat was weird, but I kind of liked it. To be honest, I skipped through the majority of this book. I can only stand reading the perspectives of Leif, Kol, Oberon, and sometimes the selkie girl (Kenzie?) I wish the story had a single storyline that it followed. The story of Leif, of how he’s trying to help the shifters and also get back his long lost love, would be a good story just on its own. The story of Kol, of how he’s trying to break his family curse, would be a wonderful story just on its own. But no, instead it’s a mashup of those stories, plus the drama of hormonal teenager girls. Two stars because of the ending. The ending was well done by the fact that the stakes were raised and actual conflict broke out. But seriously, the majority of the book is not necessary.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Tiffany Marin

    Myreen is trying to lead as normal a life as possible after finding out that she's not only a chimera but also the daughter of the villainous vampire leader, Draven. But, she can't seem to forget the kiss she shared with dragon shifter, Kol, even as he alternates between hot and cold every other minute. Juliet's love life doesn't seem to be going that well either. But, Kenzie finds herself to be a bit too popular, at the moment. Leif is feeling the pressure of his mission spying on Draven while Myreen is trying to lead as normal a life as possible after finding out that she's not only a chimera but also the daughter of the villainous vampire leader, Draven. But, she can't seem to forget the kiss she shared with dragon shifter, Kol, even as he alternates between hot and cold every other minute. Juliet's love life doesn't seem to be going that well either. But, Kenzie finds herself to be a bit too popular, at the moment. Leif is feeling the pressure of his mission spying on Draven while Oberon struggles to keep the school together as some worry about further attacks and others busy themselves with the gossip surrounding everyone. Time's ticking and everyone feels the weight of the prophecy hanging over their heads while the fate of everyone rests in the hands of a teenager who doesn't know if she'll ever be ready to kill her own father, no matter how evil he may be. I enjoyed the second book of the series even more than I did Shifted. The characters have all grown and matured, even the ones who are still causing drama for Myreen and her friends. Draven is such the perfect villain and I really enjoy many of the characters from the Shifter Academy. I am enjoying the way the storyline is progressing and am looking forward to the next book so I can see how things resolve themselves. I'm looking forward to seeing how Myreen fulfills the prophecy and how the curse over Kol's family is finally fully broken. I'd love to see what happens with Leif, as well. I'm so thankful to Tricia Barr for providing me with a review copy. I understand that this doesn't obligate me to leave a positive review and every opinion expressed in this review are fully my own.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Patti

    Overall rating: 5 Book one was near perfection in promising a tale worthy of your undivided attention. Did book 2 deliver? That’s a whole hearted yes! The angst of teenage infatuations and broken hearts are depicted perfectly while entangled with life threatening dangers. The suspense and action keeps your attention captivated, all the while allowing you free reign to your imagination. Myreen and Kol give you another definition of star crossed and HEAs truly are not in sight yet so....once again Overall rating: 5 Book one was near perfection in promising a tale worthy of your undivided attention. Did book 2 deliver? That’s a whole hearted yes! The angst of teenage infatuations and broken hearts are depicted perfectly while entangled with life threatening dangers. The suspense and action keeps your attention captivated, all the while allowing you free reign to your imagination. Myreen and Kol give you another definition of star crossed and HEAs truly are not in sight yet so....once again I bite my fingernails until book 3 is released. Excellent! All my reviews are always voluntarily written.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Kathy

    Myreen is trying hard to learn how to use her magic. As a chimera, she has a lot of different magic to learn and not another chimera to learn from. Her crazy and dangerous father (who she doesn't know and has never met) is still trying hard to capture her for his own nefarious uses. She needs to kill her father to save everyone she knows, but doesn't know if she can. She is falling for the dragon shifter, Kol, who can't afford to let himself fall for her, but maybe he is anyway. Her friends Juli Myreen is trying hard to learn how to use her magic. As a chimera, she has a lot of different magic to learn and not another chimera to learn from. Her crazy and dangerous father (who she doesn't know and has never met) is still trying hard to capture her for his own nefarious uses. She needs to kill her father to save everyone she knows, but doesn't know if she can. She is falling for the dragon shifter, Kol, who can't afford to let himself fall for her, but maybe he is anyway. Her friends Juliet and Kenzie are not having much luck with their love life either. Each for different reasons.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Amanda Dashler

    I enjoyed shift, so I started reading Scorched right after finishing it. The story is interesting, but I will not finish it or purchase any other books by this author. Animal cruelty is NEVER necessary to a story. The scene where Leif catches a stray cat that has been annoying him and kills it in front of Kenzie to help her with her spell is disgusting, cruel, and unnecessary. There are other ways to flesh out a character and push forward a plot. Putting a scene like this in a book can encourage I enjoyed shift, so I started reading Scorched right after finishing it. The story is interesting, but I will not finish it or purchase any other books by this author. Animal cruelty is NEVER necessary to a story. The scene where Leif catches a stray cat that has been annoying him and kills it in front of Kenzie to help her with her spell is disgusting, cruel, and unnecessary. There are other ways to flesh out a character and push forward a plot. Putting a scene like this in a book can encourage an emotionally unstable person to do something similar. There is enough animal cruelty out there without encouraging more.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Chelsea

    I loved the first Siren Prophecy book so much and book 2, Scorched, does not disappoint. Scorched keeps the momentum going. The book picks up right where it left off after book one, and Myreen is figuring out her powers and her relationship with dragon shifter Kol while dealing with the evil vampire Draven. I love the star crossed lover thing going on between Kol and Myreen. This book also gives your more insight into the other characters such as Juliet, Oberon, Kenzie, Leif, and Nik. I don't wa I loved the first Siren Prophecy book so much and book 2, Scorched, does not disappoint. Scorched keeps the momentum going. The book picks up right where it left off after book one, and Myreen is figuring out her powers and her relationship with dragon shifter Kol while dealing with the evil vampire Draven. I love the star crossed lover thing going on between Kol and Myreen. This book also gives your more insight into the other characters such as Juliet, Oberon, Kenzie, Leif, and Nik. I don't want to give anything away but this is an amazing story and I can not wait for book 3 to come out.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Deb Barringer

    Scorched: Siren Prophecy 2, the 2nd book in the Shifter Academy series, is truly hot!!! Myreen is in for the ride of her life! Between her life, Kol, her BFF's Juliet & Kelsie Myreen doesn't known which end is up. Oberan keeps increasing her training, but will she ever be what everyone keeps expecting her to be? Things with Kol still make little sense. Why can't she just be a normal teenage girl? The storyline carries over fom the first book, remaining fast-paced and unique. The characters are w Scorched: Siren Prophecy 2, the 2nd book in the Shifter Academy series, is truly hot!!! Myreen is in for the ride of her life! Between her life, Kol, her BFF's Juliet & Kelsie Myreen doesn't known which end is up. Oberan keeps increasing her training, but will she ever be what everyone keeps expecting her to be? Things with Kol still make little sense. Why can't she just be a normal teenage girl? The storyline carries over fom the first book, remaining fast-paced and unique. The characters are well-developed and endearing. I can't wait for more!

  11. 5 out of 5

    JoAnne

    Totally awesome story --- Book 2 of this series is full of captivating drama and suspense as Myreen's story continues to unfold. A continuation of Book 1 (Shifted), that I highly recommend you read too, this story will keep you on the edge of your seat with all of its angst, action, and danger. Not only do you find out more about Myreen, you will find out more about the other characters as this book is so full of intriguing relationships. So looking forward to Book 3 and discovering how everyone Totally awesome story --- Book 2 of this series is full of captivating drama and suspense as Myreen's story continues to unfold. A continuation of Book 1 (Shifted), that I highly recommend you read too, this story will keep you on the edge of your seat with all of its angst, action, and danger. Not only do you find out more about Myreen, you will find out more about the other characters as this book is so full of intriguing relationships. So looking forward to Book 3 and discovering how everyone's story finally unfolds.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Taylor

    OMG THIS BOOK! THIS SERIES *DIES* i ate this book up like it was the last brownie in the world (and i love my brownies people). Myreen and kol need ro be a thing. Like I SHIP THEM! DONT LET FICKLE TEENAGE EMOTIONALS RUIN THIS BEAUTIFUL THING THAT CAN BE! okay enough of the romance. This books is amazing! Action packed. And like our chickie myreen is like AMAZING! IT IS A MUST READ. when does book two come out?! Cuz i can't wait! OMG THIS BOOK! THIS SERIES *DIES* i ate this book up like it was the last brownie in the world (and i love my brownies people). Myreen and kol need ro be a thing. Like I SHIP THEM! DONT LET FICKLE TEENAGE EMOTIONALS RUIN THIS BEAUTIFUL THING THAT CAN BE! okay enough of the romance. This books is amazing! Action packed. And like our chickie myreen is like AMAZING! IT IS A MUST READ. when does book two come out?! Cuz i can't wait!

  13. 4 out of 5

    Natalia Navarro

    AMAZING!!!... Can't believe a second book could be better than the first one, but it is!!!... A totally page turner... All the things Mayreen has to been through, with Kol, with her friends, with her own, learning to control her abilities already known and the new ones... OMG, poor girls!!!... But she is a warrior and she will get stronger... Every turn in this book is mind blowing, a must read... Can't wait for the next book!!! ❤️🤩🤓 AMAZING!!!... Can't believe a second book could be better than the first one, but it is!!!... A totally page turner... All the things Mayreen has to been through, with Kol, with her friends, with her own, learning to control her abilities already known and the new ones... OMG, poor girls!!!... But she is a warrior and she will get stronger... Every turn in this book is mind blowing, a must read... Can't wait for the next book!!! ❤️🤩🤓

  14. 4 out of 5

    Laura E. Mackey

    Almost worth the wait! The wait kills me! Read now, then wait! Really, I hate waiting, and this installment is mind blowing. I love the school, and the people. There are so many changes in this book, and every one of them necessary for the story to continue. All the girls have really heart wrenching love lives. The boys as clueless as all boys. The action is compelling, I just can't think of another word to describe everything. Now another 6 week wait...I hate waiting. Almost worth the wait! The wait kills me! Read now, then wait! Really, I hate waiting, and this installment is mind blowing. I love the school, and the people. There are so many changes in this book, and every one of them necessary for the story to continue. All the girls have really heart wrenching love lives. The boys as clueless as all boys. The action is compelling, I just can't think of another word to describe everything. Now another 6 week wait...I hate waiting.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Renee

    Good second book I gave this 4 stars only because some of the characters got on my nerves sometimes. I get that they are only teenagers but come on!! Some of their decision skills sucked!! The story did flow smoothly, which I am surprised by do to the fact there are so many writers involved with this book.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Barbara "Cookie" Serfaty Williams

    Scorched: Siren Prophecy 2 (Shifter Academy) Myreen has found out she is the daughter of the vampire leader. Lol is look for a cute for his family curse. Kensei and Juliet have boyfriend problems. Kendall has betrayed the shifter world. Kol's father want to take over Myreen, can he do it? Great syort. Scorched: Siren Prophecy 2 (Shifter Academy) Myreen has found out she is the daughter of the vampire leader. Lol is look for a cute for his family curse. Kensei and Juliet have boyfriend problems. Kendall has betrayed the shifter world. Kol's father want to take over Myreen, can he do it? Great syort.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Veronica Prowant

    Wow This book in the series was great. There were a lot of twists and turns. Friendships, and relationship, were tested and some secrets were outed. No one is safe and I honestly don't know what happens next. I can't wait to see these characters bridging together, as I'm sure this has all been leading up to. Wow This book in the series was great. There were a lot of twists and turns. Friendships, and relationship, were tested and some secrets were outed. No one is safe and I honestly don't know what happens next. I can't wait to see these characters bridging together, as I'm sure this has all been leading up to.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Heather Hartsell

    This is such a fun book. I like how you learn about the school and different types of shifters in each book. The story continues to tell about Maureen and her new life as the prophesied siren and her friends and their lives. These authors work together very well. I can't wait for the next one This is such a fun book. I like how you learn about the school and different types of shifters in each book. The story continues to tell about Maureen and her new life as the prophesied siren and her friends and their lives. These authors work together very well. I can't wait for the next one

  19. 4 out of 5

    Sharon

    Scorched Wow great characters and the twist that occurred in this 2nd book of the Shifter Academy series knocked me completely sideways at times, I definitely had to dab at the eyes a few times as I read it

  20. 4 out of 5

    Patrice

    Series moving in a good direction So many things happening in this book I don't even know where to start. But everything is coming together, secrets are coming out. This was not a fast read for me but I'm still locked into the series and looking forward to what's coming next Series moving in a good direction So many things happening in this book I don't even know where to start. But everything is coming together, secrets are coming out. This was not a fast read for me but I'm still locked into the series and looking forward to what's coming next

  21. 5 out of 5

    Georgianna Skinner

    Great series I will admit in the first story of this series I had my doubts but the first one and the second in this series were unputdownable!! My only disappointment is having to wait for the next one.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Lisa Lawson

    Scorched: Siren Prophecy 2 Review Myreen is swept into the world of shifters and prophecies as she attends the Shifter Academy. A well-written story with great characters and vivid wording to pull you into the story and get lost in this paranormal read as the story unfolds.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Kristin Duncan

    Great series so far Kol and myreen hopefully end up together they are just good together. And nik and jules love them so cute. Draven vampire dad comes at the end and here we go the drama continues to next book cant wait

  24. 5 out of 5

    Angela James

    Whoa Eep! What the what?! So much going on in this book, my emotions are a mess... the intensity of this roller coaster ride will leave you reeling and begging for the next book! That ending! Ugh, I need to know what happens next.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Jojo

    Intense for 2nd book in a series Like my headline says, I felt out of books 1 and 2 this book had the most intense situation with plot twists and surprises. I like how the different perspective of the characters gives it more depth.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Ann White

    Great storyline Love this book so much. It picked up right where the other left off. Love the characters . I love the main character. Don’t think I’ve ever read about one like her before. Can’t wait for the next one

  27. 5 out of 5

    Cherish Kasner

    Myreens life just keeps getting more complicated! Whether it's her love life or school. Leif is a great guy I think. I like seeing him in the book. Oberon is the kind of leader you would want. I like how everything is progressing but the end left me needing to grab the next one quick! Myreens life just keeps getting more complicated! Whether it's her love life or school. Leif is a great guy I think. I like seeing him in the book. Oberon is the kind of leader you would want. I like how everything is progressing but the end left me needing to grab the next one quick!

  28. 5 out of 5

    Kierra

    Amazing story!!!! It’s a great continuation of the first book shirted and leaves you hungry and curious for more. BUT fear not for the third book is to come and continue this amazing story!

  29. 4 out of 5

    Paulette LaValley

    Great read Great read Anxiously awaiting the new book. If you aren't a fan of the shifter academy you should be! Awesome YA books Great read Great read Anxiously awaiting the new book. If you aren't a fan of the shifter academy you should be! Awesome YA books

  30. 4 out of 5

    Liz

    Love!! I'm absolutely enjoying this series! I can't wait for the next book! I've been hooked since the beginning! All the characters are so interesting and realistic. Love!! I'm absolutely enjoying this series! I can't wait for the next book! I've been hooked since the beginning! All the characters are so interesting and realistic.

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