Harper only wanted a safe, normal life. But when her younger sister Gemma runs off with a dangerous clique of beautiful girls, Penn, Thea, and Lexi, everything changes. Vowing to get her sister back no matter what the cost, Harper must face dangers unlike any she's ever experienced. Fortunately, she has Daniel by her side, a gorgeous guy who's devoted to helping her find her sister—and who's immune to the girls' dark powers.
While Harper searches for her sister, Gemma struggles to adjust to her new life. Gemma's powers are growing by the day, and the longer she lives with her new "sisters," the harder it is to resist entering their magical world. It's a realm both dark and beautiful, and where she's plagued by strange hungers and unspeakable needs. Just as she's drifting far away from her old life, Harper and Daniel find her...but no one can deny how much she's changed. All she wants is to return to her family and the mortal world, but how can she do that when she's become something else entirely—and will they still love her once they learn the truth?
Prepare to fall under the spell of Lullaby, the second book in the Watersong series from New York Times bestselling author Amanda Hocking.
It took me about a day to start and finish this book, and I enjoyed it as much, if not more, than I enjoyed the first book. Amanda Hocking is starting to really grow on me, and I want to read her other series... I just have to get through a few more books on my currently reading shelf.
Now, on with the review!
In this book, Gemma has left and Harper and her father have to pick up the pieces of their once again broken family and try to make some sense of this situation. Because of Gemma's decision to run away and be with Penn and the girls, Lullaby focuses mainly on Harper--which I loved. I became more awe-struck and connected with Harper's character, and her friends' as well. I just could not for the life of my put this book down. I just couldn't do it. It wasn't possible. This book started off with a little cliffhanger and then ended with an even bigger one! Please, Ms. Hocking, between The Walking Dead, Cassandra Clare, Supernatural and Sherlock, I cannot handle any more feels. I just can't. So, please, please, please keep what's left of my heart in tact.
I appologise for this small review, my emotions are just to everywhere for me to pin them down and write them out. Just, please, read the seires if you haven't already.