3.5 Stars at least.
I had been debating on reading the series, The Syrena Legacy, until I read this prequel. Although it's short, like really short, which kind of downplays the interactions between Grom and Nalia severely, it does possess potential. Also I think it might have been more powerful if more care was taken with the length and wording perhaps. I too, felt the 'pull' of this series, unfortunately it fell short.
Other than that, I liked it enough to pick up the next book, although I'm a bit cautious about it still this is mostly because of the reviews that the series has gartered that leaves me apprehensive to read onwards.
love all the covers for this series though
It's a shame though, considering the last several sentences of this haunts me, luring me like a siren's song to read more, even though I honestly don't know if I can. Totally conflicting. Might read it if I get the chance to borrow it from somewhere though. I only give this the benefit of the doubt because the idea of a lost legacy fascinates me deeply.