Author of the Wolf Sirens series, the sequel Wolf Sirens Fever, Wolf Sirens Night Fall and Dusk in Shade.
A paranormal series of Y/A romance genre novels, featuring goddesses, wolves, intrigue and action.
Tina was born in the Bega Valley, on the Sapphire Coast of New South Wales. She currently lives in Adelaide, South Australia, with her cherished daughter and their cocker spaniel, Billey. She is a Herbalist, final year Naturopathic student and Health food store employee. She love's to write paranormal romance/fantasy and for Wolf Sirens she learnt to shoot. Tina believes nothing beats first hand experience. She enjoys soaping, movies, reading, a bit of reality T.V, alone time and is slightly obsessed with creative writing.
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VideosWolf Sirens Forbidden By Tina Smith
Paranormal Romance Fantasy Action.
Mutual Fatal Allure of Hunter and Prey.
Lila unwillingly moves to the small town of Shade. She meets the clique but is warned away by a local girl with strange scars and a cerulian stare. Will she heed the warning.Wolf Sirens Fever Many are Born, Few are Reborn
Wolf Sirens Fever Many are Born Few are Reborn, the sequel to Wolf Sirens Forbidden Discover The Legend. Apollo weilds to undo his sisters legacy.
Lila escapes Cresida's guard and the Valley, to find the other pack. Can Cresida be trusted? Will the huntress or her heart previal?
Will Lila find out what happened to Sky?
Wolf Sirens Dawn in Shade: There is Darkness before Dawn (Wolf Sirens #5)
by Tina Smith
Lila must steel herself for the battle to save her friends. The days are grey in the camp, the army has come, but to what end? Mistrust exists and motives are questioned as the super wolves grow stronger. It is just the beginning of a brutal war between wolf kind and humans. Those left in the turbulence fight to survive in hand-to-hand combat. Tensions rise in an epic struggle for power.
Wolf Sirens Dusk In Shade: The Wolves Rise at Sunset (Wolf Sirens #4)
by Tina Smith
Dark clouds gather as the legend continues. In the town where secrets lie and natural justice rules, the sirens have fallen -- captured and defeated. In the grips of the largest full moon in centuries the stakes climb higher. Apollo unleashes a long awaited plan to defeat Artemis once and for all. Wolf venom spreads across the Valley like a virus.
Wolf Sirens Night Fall: What Rises Must Fall (Wolf Sirens #3)
by Tina Smith
Uncover what happens after dark in Shade.
The valley is covered by cloud as the Gods rage war. What lurks beneath the surface of the heartlands of myth and reality is a tale as insidious and devious as the wolves themselves. As dusk descends they haunt the forest. The hunter’s legacy must be fulfilled as what rises must fall and those that have fallen must find the strength to rise again.
Wolf Sirens Fever: Many are Born, Few are Reborn (Wolf Sirens #2)
by Tina Smith
A shadow has fallen over the heart lands of myth and reality.
Breaking away from the call of destiny and fearing betrayal, Lila makes a desperate escape in search of her lost beloved. The intensity between two ancient enemies ignites. The history of the wolf pack is revealed as devotion and desire in the underworld reaches fever pitch. Only, what will Lila do with the truth when she finds it.
Wolf Sirens Forbidden: Discover the Legend (Wolf Sirens #1)
by Tina Smith
Lila Crain moves to the foreboding town of Shade
Reid has a wolfish grin and amber eyes that would make any girl blush and has his sights set on the new girl in school. Introduced to the clique, Lila finally feels like she belongs. But the situation threatens to turn sour when she unwittingly develops feelings for the leader’s off-limits boyfriend, Sky. Forever changing things for hunter & hunted
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- Hollowland (The Hollows #1)
on Sep. 01, 2012
Amanda Hocking flys into the action. With a strong female protagonist whose role could easily and would have at one time been a male character. A mark ofgood writing is taking the unbelievable anfd making the reader become so involved that it makes it real.
I couldn't or didn't want to stop reading. The flow of action is maintained and there are no boggy bits. Its not literary fiction and at times I wished thete was more detail and reflection but ultimately I didn't care and found hollowland quite refreshing. All the zombies were individual in there states of varying decay and lazlo reminded me of cole from ths maggie steifvater shiver trilogy. He was nicer and less fleshed out but I appreciated the role reversal between the characters where Remy was the one saving him. I look forward to reading more of her writing.
- My Blood Approves
on Sep. 05, 2012
I had read Hollowland and realy liked it. Being that this was the first Amanda Hocking and much loved by my readers, I went into it with enthusiasim but I have to agree with some other reviews which mentioned that it read like Twilight fan fiction. I found the love interest bland and the whole dynamic a little off kilter. No depth and the ending didn't really wrap it up. Mae came off as creepy. The start to the second in the series felt better written. But I wont rush to continue reading the series. - However I loved Hollowland and Hollowmen. Which were action packed.
- Hollowmen (The Hollows #2)
on Sep. 10, 2012
I found it as action packed as the first - if not more so. I love that Amanda isn't affraid to cull characters and you never know whats around the corner. I like the evolution of the zombies - the way they screetch to the others and never die. When it ended I was eager to read more and dissapointed to be finished. This book would make a great movie. Fun , scary, suspence filled.
Bring back Lazlo!
on Sep. 20, 2012
The pace is typical of Amanda's work. Mystical creatures action and a complete well rounded tale of true love. I found the setting enchanting. The characters were atypical and Amanda weaves a snow white esc storyline with a slightly unusual "prince" in Lux. I was interested in the idea of taking catholic legend of angels and good and evil, virtue and peccati and making them fairytale characters with derivatives of those names. This read like an extended childrens fairytale. What it lacked in depth it made up for in pace. Amanda proves she can tell a story.
- Rogue Hunter: Inquest
on Nov. 06, 2012
Kevis Hendrickson’s Rogue Hunter
First impressions: It brought to mind movies such as The Fifth Element, Star Wars and definitely Star Trek. I love a strong female protagonist, who kicks ass. I even liked the villain Skringler (perhaps a little too much) who had some great classic lines and an accent, which made him hard to hate. The description of his sex appeal was lacking, where the main character’s was not, nor was her love interest’s allure. Skringler possibly should have been introduced with more description, earlier in the plot -though Kevis seems to favour slow discovery of important plot aspects.
I was less interested in the star ship war chapters at the end, than I was in the conflict between Zyra and Skringler and the triangle between the two and Zyra’s lover, during the battle. I liked the history between them which seeped from the page. The beginning was vividly drawn; it however lagged slightly after the first chapters until chapter 13 when things suddenly changed a little, and there is hope again. I love the unexpected and the thrill of wondering how the character will inevitably end up in the situation portrayed at the beginning of the story. After some thought I wondered what did happen with Molly that shook her up, before the book begins? Zyra is emotionally distant even from herself and I assumed quite traumatised from spending most of her adolescent life hunting.
Zyra’s fight in the end was reminiscent of the ballsy tenacity of the character Lisbeth Salander. Skringler is relentless, Zyra determined as a dog with a bone.
The only thing that was lacking for me was the description of the scene setting, at certain points, like the escape in the garbage disposal bay and some things such as the weapons which are only explained as they appear in the story. Boris Skringler was too likable, being that he was supposedly a man with a ruthless reputation and Zyra’s motivation at certain points wasn’t as convincing to me as it should have been, because if she had killed a lot before, then why take so long to kill a certain character who hurt, taunted and irritated her so much - for me this needed a clearer reason. I liked the ending (no spoilers here). It felt like an important chapter in something bigger.