The Bloody City

Overall, an entertaining read with some tense moments, betrayals and revelations, which aroused and satisfied my curiosity.Cover2Cover

Chicago just got a whole lot more crazy! I was hoping that I’d like this book just as much as the first one, but I loved this just as much, if not more!  – Devilishly Delicious Book Reviews intense read with lots of surprises and changes…a great follow-up to the first book and this series is turning out to be a very intriguing read…The Romance Reviews

The Bloody City – Siren Song #2

Sequel to The Wicked City – Prequel to The Burning City

On the run…

It’s been four months since the head of the Institute of Supernatural Research was murdered. But that doesn’t mean June Coffin is out of hiding yet. In a world where being different can get you killed, it’s best to keep a low profile. Especially for a Siren who can control other people with the call of her voice. That goes double if your powers might be inexplicably growing…

On the hunt…

But June isn’t the only one trying to clear her name. There’s Sam, the charismatic paranormal rights leader, and Micha, the first human on record to go paranormal. All of them must bargain with a mysterious vampire named Occam Reed if they want to stay alive.

Out of time…

As tensions increase between humans and paranormals, June must decide who to trust. If only she could hear the song inside her heart…

Read the first chapter | Book #1 -The Wicked City | Book #3 – The Burning City

The Bloody City (Siren Song, #2)

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