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{Serenya’s Song: Mysti Parker}Serenya's Song by Mysti Parker
Series: Tallenmere Series
Published by Melange Books on April 22, 2013
Genres: Fantasy, Romance
Pages: 288
Format: Paperback
Source: Read for Review
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{Synopsis} –No one ever said love was easy…

Serenya Crowe may be a half-elf commoner, but she's no ordinary woman. With the ability to interpret dreams, and a birth defect that forces her to wear gloves, she's endured gossip and the cruelty of her husband, Sebastian, The Earl of Summerwind. All she's ever wanted is to live a quiet life and raise a family. When she meets the new stranger in town, her world and her heart, are turned upside down.

Wood-elf Jayden Ravenwing is an ex-secret agent who wants nothing more than to forget matters of the heart. He left the bustle of Leogard and his failed marriage to make a fresh start in Summerwind. He never planned to fall in love again, especially with the enchanting Serenya Crowe.

When a strange portal opens on the Crowe property, Jayden is thrown into an investigation, knowing that if he fails, Serenya and everyone in the town may die.

Together, he and Serenya must overcome an ancient evil, and their own inner demons, to save Summerwind and find the love they've always dreamed of.

{My Thoughts} – There are so many kind things I can say about this book. I enjoyed that it included for the most part all the characters from the first book. I also enjoyed getting to know another side of Lily and Jayden.

Serenya {renny} is not like others around her. She has claws that she was born with but hasn’t any idea why. Usually she keeps them hidden under a pair of gloves. She is married to the Earl and has a desperate need to want children of her own. Her husband Sebastian isn’t a kind fellow, he treats her poorly, forces her to engage in things she doesn’t want to an occasionally hits her.

Jayden meets her when he nearly runs her over with his horse. He takes her home and plans to get Lily to tend to her wounds, but Renny asks him to let her stay there for the night without being bothered.

This book tears at your heart strings. Renny finds out just how different she is from everyone else, and that her husband had been keeping secrets. She learns what it means to have a heart of love and just how far that can take you in life.

Final Conclusion: 5 Star Rating.