Siofra's Song: Book 1 The Broadus Supernatural Society Series

Rated 4.11/5 based on 9 reviews
Half-breed, telepathic werewolf Siofra O'Hana has suffered one to many tragedies. She takes a cross country trek to find herself. Breaking down in a small Montana town, she thinks she might finally find happiness with a new Pack. A year later someone from her past returns to turn her world upside down, again.
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About Theresa Marguerite Hewitt

I grew up in a very small town in Central New York, and i mean so small if you blinked you missed it. I learned to love everything small town and I miss it everyday I'm away. I recieved my Bachelors Degree in Paralegal Studies in 2009, but have been resigned to working retail. There I met my best friend who re-ignited my passion for all things paranormal. Putting pieces together from stories I had written in childhood, I came up with my first short book, Siofra's Song. From there I've gone wild with Siofra's world and expanded into contemporary romance. My Wakefield Romance series centers around a small town in Virginia and women who fall in love with Navy SEALs and the struggles they go through to be together. In the near future I will also be expanding into historical romance with my Viking Dreams Series. I hope you like them and follow me on Twitter and join my Facebook page!

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Reviews of Siofra's Song: Book 1 The Broadus Supernatural Society Series by Theresa Marguerite Hewitt

Maria Trojanowski reviewed on Jan. 12, 2014

Siofra suffered a great heartache losing her boyfriend right as they found out they were going to have a baby. Going on a crosscountry journey to find herself Fry ends up in Montana finding a new life with a great community of shifters. A year later and she can no longer deny the attraction she and her wolf have for Connell Johnson. Connie has been holding back for a year but he can't deny his wolf anymore, he wants Siofra. When they finally get together they realize they are true mates, the kind everyone wants to have, but most never find. Right as they become a family and finds happiness in each other it could all come crashing down when Fry's past comes crashing back in the most unexpected way.

I have had fun getting into this world seeing the author describe the different people and their relationships with each other and having the supernatural element incorporated into this story. Fry is such a srtong female lead even when she is insecure I loved how she takes everything life has to offer and makes the best out of every situation living life to it's fullest. Connell is sweet and caring with just the right amount of shyness at the begining to make you really fall for him before you get to see his Alpha male ego come out. The story might be a little rough around the edges, but this is a great start to a series.
(reviewed 2 days after purchase)
Mikky reviewed on Jan. 6, 2014

*I received a free copy of this book in exchange of an honest review.

This was an OK read. It would have been better if not for the small details, that I usually don't mind, but for some reason I couldn't ignore while reading this book. The story was well written and narrated. The character's were ALL likable (which was a first for me, since I ALWAYS end up hating at least two character's per book I read). I still don't understand why I didn't love this book. It had everything I like going for it: hot werewolves; nicely narrated story in general; and even a plot twist.

The few things that bothered me in this story was:

1) The main character's name. That I didn't know how to pronounce it from the start was a turn off. Every time Siofra's name got mentioned I would get sucked out of the story and think of a new why to try and say it. Because of that I couldn't get that into the story.

2) In some scenes in the book the talking seemed forced. Why you ask? Well, I just love using contraction's and unless your a tourist learning a new language you do not speak formally. That also took a lot out of the book for me, since every time someone spoke formally I would have to stop reading and mentally correct the book C:

3) I just have one question referring to the beginning of the book: Why did it take ONE WHOLE YEAR for the mated couple to get together? If they were both being guided by their wolves why wait so long? The ironic thing is that after one asked the other out it went from holding hands to going all the way in the space of a few pages. It just didn't seem natural to me.

4) I didn't see the evolution from good guy to total psycho in the character that comes back, whose name I can't mention or it would be a HUGE spoiler. Said character didn't even explain it in his evil speech either. Seems like he went crazy from out of the blue....

Having said all that I'll get to the things I liked in this novel:

Fry (AKA Siofra) seemed like a very down to earth girl. Though she was pregnant she was no push over. She actually had a back bone (which I LOVE to see in heroine's) and gave her mate a hard time when he did something she didn't like/agree with.

Conall was a really nice, sensitive, charming, all around good guy. I don't really have anything to complain about him. He wasn't pushing and neither was he all dominating (which is a total turn off). I liked him right off the bat.

I was introducing to so many people in this novel that I don't really know anyone (except the main character's) by name. So I'll just say everyone was nice and move on C:

The ending was kind of unexpected. Why you ask? Well, usually when an author wants to drag the reader on for the ride in the next book she finishes with a cliff hanger. I appreciate this author's attitude in leaving me to ponder if I want to read the second or not and not just dragging me there. Congratulations, Mrs. Hewitt!! It was a nice surprise C:

Though I saw the ending coming from miles away it was still kind of scary what the author put me through. I can't comment on it or YET AGAIN I'll give the whole book away, but I will say those last few chapters were not a fun ride.

Favorite Quotes:

"(...) let's face it, in a world of millions of people, what are the odds of you running into the person, or supe, made for you?"

"You'll pay with your life for that."

"You hear that? Conall points over their heads, towards the last waning cry for help. "That's the sound of your friends, being ripped apart. Limb from limb."
(reviewed 7 days after purchase)
dawn schincke reviewed on Aug. 27, 2013

Love this series. Cant wait for 5th book.
(review of free book)
hrhsophia reviewed on June 24, 2013

A good story but a little rough around the edges.
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nanette brumfield reviewed on Feb. 2, 2013

awesome book!!!!!!!!!
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prismseven reviewed on Jan. 28, 2013

I really enjoyed the story, would like to see it be longer though.
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Rob Thompson reviewed on Sep. 25, 2012

Good plot line, however, the writing was odd and the characters could use a little more development
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alycia snowden reviewed on Sep. 2, 2012

I loved this book. excellent.
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Nona Smith reviewed on Aug. 31, 2012

Great read, read from start to finish. Looking forward to more from this author! Hope there's a sequel!
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