Stolen Love: Song of the Sídhí #3

Rated 3.80/5 based on 7 reviews
Every vampire has a destined lifeMate, a mate who is a perfect match. What happens if that perfect mate is stolen?

Katrina knows Eric is her destined mate, but her high school rival has other plans for Eric.

Twisting the most ancient of Sídhí laws, Clarisse steals Eric from Katrina with binding words, knowing Katrina can't fight back. Or can she?

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Words: 26,860
Language: English
ISBN: 9781465840813
About Jodie B. Cooper

Jodie has lived in Alaska, New Mexico, and Oklahoma. She currently lives in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma.

She loves writing, but doesn't have enough time to write all the stories bouncing around in her head. She has a very thick folder of all the stories she wants to write. Perhaps one day, she'll manage to get through half the folder.

When she isn't writing, she loves reading paranormal romance and fantasy.

A few of her favorite series include: Dark Guardian Series by Rachel Hawthorne, The Binding Blade Series by L.B. Graham, Kate Daniels Series by Ilona Andrews, and Chicagoland Vampires by Chloe Neill.

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Reviews

Review by: twinmomx5 on Nov. 17, 2011 :
Great story line. I loved learning all about the Sidhi life and can't wait to dive into even more of these books. This is a series..but is easily a stand alone as I didn't feel lost at all in the reading!
Nice work!
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Sharonda SexxyBlogger on Sep. 25, 2011 :
Stolen was a really enjoyable book. The story between Katrina & Eric was wonderful and there was an interesting story plot as well.

I loved the world that the author wrote about, as there was a mixture of different elements in the book. There were vamps, ghouls, trolls and the whole lot.

In this story Katrina comes of age before her best friend Eric & realizes that she is his mate. While waiting for Eric to come into his adult vampire body, Katrina's arch enemy claims him as her mate and the story goes from there.

I thought there would be more of a revenge plot at the end of the book, but I still enjoyed it. I highly recommend this book. It's a wonderful additional to the young adult paranormal romance genre.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Samantha Geesin on Sep. 25, 2011 : (no rating)
I enjoyed this book, sure it was a little short considering it was only 22,000 words. It was still really good. Even with the length of the book being short, it had quality writing! I had requested to read this book from a Read, Reviews, Recommendations that has authors suggest bloggers to review their books! I am really happy I requested this book!


The plot was quick and to the point, but kept you guessing about what Katrina would do. I like a little length in my books, but this one was worth it. It gave enough background information for you to understand what was going on, even if it was the 3rd book in the series.


Lets start with Katrina. She's a very determined girl. She's suffering from the fact that her best friend has ditched her. Without any explanation. It doesn't stop her though from living her life. She still longs for her best friend, and it hurts even more when she see's him right next door, and he runs away from her.


Her best friend's name is Eric. He is the 'pre-pub' kid who is suffering right along with Katrina, but isn't doing anything about his suffrage. Then a spiteful girl who hates Katrina latches on to him and well starts to ruin his life. What will he do now that he is forbidden to talk to Katrina and is in pain because of it?


I really enjoyed this book. Enough to go and buy the other books written by Jodie B. Cooper. I give this book a 49 out of 59 tacos! Thank you Mrs. Cooper for having me review the book, I have thoroughly enjoyed it!!!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Sandra Keys on Sep. 25, 2011 :
Every vampire has a destined lifeMate, a mate who is a perfect match. What happens if that perfect mate is stolen by another?
Katrina and Eric had been best friends for years then as soon as Katrina hit puberty and developed a figure Eric went all cold on her and openly ignored her.
Katrina knows Eric is her destined mate her crystal synth has sung for her, but her bitter high school rival has other plans for Eric. She wants him for herself even though she knows he is not hers to have. Katrina cannot tell Eric that he is her lifemate as it is against the ancient laws. So what can she do especially when her arch rival openlyclaimed Eric for herself (even though this breaks the ancient laws) and forbids Eric to even speak to Katrina. It feels like her whole world is shattering along with her heart. Why can't Eric see her as his lifemate? Why has his crystal synth not sung like hers has?
Twisting the most ancient of Sídhí laws, Clarisse steals Eric from Katrina with binding words, knowing Katrina can't fight back. Or can she?
Dreams of death dance in Katrina's head, because no one or no thing gets between a vampire and her true mate. Katrina turns to her cousin Jared for help, can they come up with something else other than killing her arch rival Clarisse.


I really loved this short novels series, only disappointment that I wanted each of the novels to be longer! I loved how well the awkwardness between Eric and Katrina as they go through puberty was portrayed. I also liked the whole next door neighbours falling in love concept. I thought the way they got their own back on Clarisse was well done too, without any violence. I hope there will be more in this series, I would also like to see more of each of the couple featured in these novels too.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Kristin Aragon on Sep. 24, 2011 : (no rating)
Stolen is the third book in Jodie's Song of the Sidhi Series and it is the first one I have had the immense pleasure of reading. Now I am going to have to read Forbidden Temptation of a Vampire and A Dragon's Dream of Love. Jodie creates an unique world of Vampires and other Fantastical creatures, unlike anything I have ever read. Her characters are fun and intriguing as they take on puberty in there own special way.

Katrina - is a beautiful vampire who went from a stick to a curvy young woman in about 3 weeks. She misses her best friend, as he has avoided her since she went through puberty. When her body signals her lifeMate she is ecstatic. Until...

Eric - is the boy next door. He is a couple years younger than Katrina, but they have been friends since she was 10. He has yet to go through puberty so he is finding Katrina's maturity unsettling to say the least.

Clarisse - is the evil girl who is looking for revenge. She is willing to break one of the most precious covenants of the Vampires in order to fulfill her hatred of Katrina.

Jared - is one of Katrina's cousins who is willing to help her free Eric of a destiny that was not meant for him.

Nick - is another of Katrina's cousins who supports her and her plan. Eventually.

Man, I really wish I had known about these books before. The passion in this book is different from the instant love you read about in so many other works of fiction. This species has a true soul mate. A single soul mate and if something happens to interfere with this natural phenomenon, the soul mates would be forced to live life without ever having a bonded mate. Their bodies "sing" for their lifeMates. When this happens, no one can interfere without causing dishonor to themselves and their families.


The story is told from Katrina's point of view, allowing you into her world and her intense feelings. Jodie, does however, build her world so that you feel the emotions of Eric and Clarissa also. Katrina is a very strong protagonist who knows how to get what is hers. A definite must read for those who enjoy fantastical worlds and unusual characters.


Two of my favorite quotes:

"He chuckled. The deep, rumbling sound of his changed voice startled him and he boomed with laughter. Hot damn! He'd been so worried about so many other things, primarily Trina, he hadn't noticed how big he'd grown."

"His heart raced. Leaning down, he kissed my neck, licking the pulsing vein.

Slowly, once, twice. By the third lick, my body was simmering with need. With each slow lick, my body shuddered under the onslaught of my mate's touch....My core heated from a simmer to a slow burn. I squirmed under the lenght of his body, feeling him grow hard in response to my movements. I slid my hands across the hard surface of his chest, relishing in the feel of his satiny skin."

I know, I know. Again with the love scenes. Get used to it!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Millicent Ashby on Sep. 07, 2011 :
I personally was a little bit disappointed with this one. There were questions that I felt were not answered. However, the writing is done well and that deserves high marks. The tension between Clarisse and Katrina is real. I felt that I was back in high school where something like this could happen. Realism is perfect, but the story could be further developed.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Candy Ann Little on Sep. 01, 2011 :
I don't normally read many books about vampires, but this one was good. The tension between Clarisse and Katrina felt real, as did the love between Eric and Katrina.

The only minor problem I had in the begining of the story was feeling confused if they were vampires or werewolves. But since I jumped into the series with book #3, some of the actions might have been clearer if I started with book #1.

Although I liked the ending, I thought there would be more to the revenge plot. But all in all it was an enjoyable read.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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