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About the Book~
Mermaid mythology meets Native American lore.
She was irresistible to every man…except one
Lily Borsage is the ultimate siren: gorgeous, aloof and irresistible to all the men in Bayou La Siryna. All of them, that is, until Nashoba Bowman comes back to town. The Native American kid whose innocent first kiss Lily remembers fondly is now all grown-up, hot as an Alabama summer—and immune to Lily’s charms. What self-respecting mermaid could resist finding out more?
But Nash has a dark history that puts any woman he loves in grave danger, and a heritage of power he isn’t ready to accept. And Lily has a secret that no mortal man can ever know. When a mysterious enemy starts menacing Lily, they will both have to risk everything—and embrace their deepest destinies—if they want to survive.
*This book can be read as a standalone and has no erotic content.
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Author Debbie Herbert/ Reviewed by Felita Daniels /304 Pages
I hadn’t read a book with mermaids before. Merfolk is how they are referred to. This novel had Choctaw Indian lore also. There was an excellent mix of romance, suspense and lore to this book.
This was three in a series. You don’t have to have read the earlier books to be able to enjoy this one. One and two evidently told the story of how Lily Borsage’s sisters Shelly and Jet met their loves. Lily, being a siren, has never been lacking for male attention. When Nashoba Bowman returns to town, she is surprised that her ‘wrapping men around her finger’ doesn’t seem to work with him. They were children that played together in Bayou La Siryna, Alabama. Lily and Nash are both keeping secrets from each other. So their relationship, attraction and trust seems to teeter totter perilously. Nash’s Grandfather, Sam was my favorite character. I think that was because he was so at peace with who he was, his role, his relationship to the land. If you like romances with a little folklore and danger, this is right up your alley.