Book Review: Spring Siren by Georgina Troy @GeorginaTroy @rararesources

Thank you to Rachel at Rachel’s Random Resources for giving me the chance to review Spring Siren by Georgina Troy.


When Finn Gallichan, the new man in artist Jools Jones’ life leaves the boardwalk to go travelling for several months she’s not too worried, she has her paintings to work on as well as keeping busy helping her grandmother run Boardwalk Books, the only second-hand bookshop in the village. She’s happy to wait for Finn’s return to pick up where they left off their relationship. That is, until she decides to secretly help a new customer trace a copy of a book he wrote years before and meets Marius Arnesen, a glass artist who, fascinated by her paintings, asks her to take part in an art exhibition.

When she begins to suspect that Finn isn’t quite the person she had hoped and Marius steps up to save someone close to her, she wonders if maybe she’s made the wrong decision…


This is the final book in the series and while it can be read as a standalone, I highly recommend reading the whole series. I have thoroughly enjoyed reading this series and feel it’s ended perfectly.

It has been one series where I have been fully engrossed in it from start to finish and have loved all the characters. Spring Siren was an incredible read, I particularly enjoyed how it tied everything together. It was a truly wonderful read.


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Authors Bio

Georgina Troy was a finalist in the Contemporary Romance Category, Romantic Novel of the Year Awards 2016 (RoNAs) with A Jersey Kiss, Book 1 in her Jersey Scene series (published in the US as The Legacy). She was also a finalist in the Joan Hessayon Award for New Writers 2015.

Georgina sets all her romances on the island of Jersey in the Channel Islands where she lives with her husband and three rescue dogs. She is also one of The Blonde Plotters.

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