Review: Sienna by Rae Rivers

Sienna by Rae Rivers
Series: The Keepers (# 0.5)
Release Date: September 26, 2013
Publisher: HarperImpulse
Pages: 75 pages
Source: book free on Amazon
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Find out how it all begins…

The FREE PREQUEL to Rae Rivers’ magical new series, The Keepers.

Sienna Beckham is a powerful witch, and along with her four fiercely protective Keepers, it is her destiny to maintain the balance of nature in this world.

Tonight, it’s the town carnival and everyone will be there: Sienna’s family; her friends; her protectors. Archer.

Laughter and flirtation await.

But in a few hours, Sienna’s life will have changed forever and her powers stretched to their very limits.

For something is lurking in the forest…

Murder. Sorcery. Revenge.

And no one sees it coming.

Review: Sienna is the prequel to The Keepers series by Rae Rivers. It is meant to draw readers in and introduce them to the characters.

Rae Rivers did a decent job introducing the characters but there really wasn’t a lot of background to gather from this book that the reader couldn’t get from reading the first book in the series. I expected to learn more about the characters and what made them who they are before I started reading The Keepers series. The events and actions were very predictable. The few exciting parts and the mystery kept me dragging through.

I wouldn’t say this is a horrible book but there are many things that could have made it much better. The editing could use some work. I’m really looking forward to reading The Keepers series because I’m really hoping that the stories get better.

 

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3 thoughts on “Review: Sienna by Rae Rivers

  1. I have been seeing this floating around as a way to introduce people to series. But you do not sound excited at all lol:/. Sorry no secrets revealed but thanks for the review I know where I attend on this for sure now.

    • Heather says:

      I would definitely start with Archer first. It’s not a terrible series. Declan is by far my favorite book.

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