Tuesday, February 27, 2018

Tour + Review and Giveaway: Curses and Ash by Tiffany Duane

Curses and Ash
Tiffany Daune
(The Siren Chronicles #2)
Publication date: November 11th 2017
Genres: Paranormal, Young Adult
Discover the spellbinding sequel to Coral & Bone…
A demented twin sister, a demon hijacking her powers, and a mysterious journal filled with more questions than answers—Halen needs her Guardian Dax more than ever. But if she confides in Dax, she fears he will never forgive her, not after all he sacrificed to help her vanquish Asair. Halen drowned Asair in a tornado of wings—at least, she thought she killed him. Why then does his mocking voice snake through her thoughts, enticing her to surrender her power? Maybe she screwed up—big time—but she will never allow Asair to control her magick. And when Etils’ fires threaten the Earth, suspicions surrounding Asair’s death rise, igniting restlessness within the realms. Her life in balance, Halen must race time, purge the demon’s soul before flames consume the Earth or the Tari strike first.

3 stars

I enjoyed reading Curses and Ash by Tiffany Duane, but I found it to be really slow and hard to get into at the beginning. It was much more difficult to get into than the first book in the series had been, and I was expecting a lot from this book after reading the first one, and I just feel that this book did not live up to those expectations.

But after I was able to get past the beginning that was hard for me, I did really get caught up in the story and I couldn't put it down. I loved where this went after the first book, because it was a continuation. I loved getting to follow Asair further in his life, and see him grow throughout the novel.

I liked this book, and I would definitely recommend it, because even though, I had trouble getting into, I think it was a good series.

Author Bio:
Tiffany Daune writes stories about magic, love and dark creatures lurking in the shadows. She is the author of Coral and Bone (The Siren Chronicles Book One) for which she also recieved a Watty Award in the category of Trailblazers. When not lost in Editland, you can find her reading a book from her towering TBR pile or kicking back and watching movies with her family. She lives on an island, in the Pacific Northwest, surrounded by mermaids that are much nicer than the ones found in her books.


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