The Lost Siren
A brand new reverse harem series co-written with Liza Street.
Vampire apocalypse? Check.
Three mysterious hotties? Check.
Prophecy about being the “chosen one”? That, too.
Avery is more interested in keeping herself fed--and supplied with toilet paper--during the vampire apocalypse than she is in saving the world. But when three mysterious hotties show up and proclaim her to be the long lost descendent of a famous siren, Avery is thrust into the very adventure she didn’t know she needed.
She didn’t want a quest. She didn’t want an entourage of preternatural beings—a vampire, a werewolf, and a faerie lord. And she certainly didn’t want to fall in love.
It’s the end of the world...but what if the end of this one heralds the beginning of something new?
USA Today bestselling authors Liza Street and Skye MacKinnon have combined their magical powers to bring you a gritty, steamy, post-apocalyptic reverse harem where Avery won’t have to choose between her yummy companions—and you won’t have to, either. Song of Blood is the first book in The Lost Siren series.
Shadow monsters, evil relatives, and a bodice that cuts into her boobs—in Avery’s opinion, the faerie realm isn’t all it’s cracked up to be.
Supposedly, it was Avery’s fate to journey to the Evermist. Here, she’s regarded as a legend and everyone has expectations of her, including her three guardians.
While she hadn’t expected an amusement park full of little girls in princess dresses, Avery also hadn’t expected to be scared at every turn. But the Evermist is full of cruel monsters and terrifying shadows.
As Avery navigates her new role, her deepening relationship with her guardians, and a wardrobe full of beautiful-yet-uncomfortable dresses, she’ll have to make a choice that will have repercussions worlds away.
What weighs more in the eyes of the gods? The fate of a girl...or the fate of the world?
The second book in the Lost Siren series, Lullaby of Death is a steamy reverse harem adventure that will take you far from the familiar and into a magical yet macabre land.