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Now that Gemma Fisher has inherited Penn, Lexi, and Thea's curse - and all the strange new powers that come along with it - she has no choice but to run away with them. Devastated that she has to leave everyone she loves behind, she's still determined not to give in to the unspeakable hungers that plague her.
Unfortunately, they're growing stronger every day, and she's not sure how much longer she can resist.
Harper won't give up on finding her sister Gemma, vowing to get her back no matter what the cost. The search draws her closer to too-gorgeous-for-his-own-good Daniel, and tests her fiercely guarded independence like never before. She's always been the strong one who everyone else depends on.... Can she let herself depend on Daniel?
As Gemma and Harper plunge deeper into a magical world they barely understand, it becomes painfully clear that Gemma's old life may be lost forever. But can she still hold on to her humanity?
In the second book in the watersong series we find Gemma left with no choice but to live with the seirens. Though having beauty, magical powers and immortality should be a gift Gemma decides to treat this curse as it was ment to be.
After what Harper witnesses at burnies island she decides that she will do anything to find Gemma and bring her home . Even if that means a total disregard for her own safety. The problem is that she doesn't really understand what happened.
So when Harper and Alex decided to team up to bring Gemma home no matter what it takes. There biggest issue is working out not olny where she is but what they are dealing with
i did find Lullaby to feel at times like a background filler. Which is not necessarily a bad thing as it gave us more insight and knowledge about the seirens and there past. There are peices of the story that often left me wondering, was that needed. These thoughts tend to be around the girls mum and her role in the story.
We also got to see the depth of the relationship between Gemma and Alex. There is also the development of the relationship between Harper and Daniel. At times through the book you are left wondering if Harper is ever going to have the opportunity to live her life for herself. She is always thinking of others and putting there needs ahead of her own. So it was nice to see her taking a chance and put herself first.
I look forward to seeing how Gemma and her family will handle the challenges ahead.