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Sirens Call Dark Seas #3 ☁ Sirens Call Dark Seas #3 PDF / Epub ✎ Author Debbie Herbert – Thomashillier.co.uk She was irresistible to every manexcept 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 She was irresistible Dark Seas PDF/EPUB ê to every manexcept 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 But Nash has a dark history that puts any woman he loves in grave danger and a Sirens Call MOBI :↠ 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.


10 thoughts on “Sirens Call Dark Seas #3

  1. Nikita (Njkinny& Nikita (Njkinny& says:

    read and loved Debbie's previous books I was very excited when she told me about her latest Mermaid romance Siren's Call which is the story of Lily Bosarge I jumped at the chance to review it and am so glad that I did The cover is beautiful and intriguing and the blurb further takes our interest forward and will surely make a reader take notice of the bookI had already read the stories of the other two Bosarge sisters Shelly and Jet in Siren's Secret and Siren's Treasure and in both these stories met Lily and with her spell casting Siren's voice and her mesmerizing beauty she was an enigma who had intrigued me and left me eager to read her own storyFinally in Siren's Call Debbie tells her story and gives the readers a real insight into her character Lily is a true siren and with all her beauty expected to marry a merman but she wants to find true love first Deeply loyal to her family and often misunderstood by people including her family she finds herself yearning for true love and tired of explaining to everyone that she is not what they think she has closed herself inside a shellIn comes Nash a Native American and a man she met as a boy became friends and then fell in love with but he left Now he is back and surprisingly not affected by her siren voice He has a secret of his own which he does not want to disclose and is determined not to let anyone near him But Lily is determined to try for her love one last time Will she succeed in making Nash realize that they are perfect together?Debbie's writing style is simple engaging and flows effortlessly making the reader live her stories She took me to Lily's world with all the beauty of the Bayou and Nash's small cabin surrounded by the forest with its many sounds and smells The world building is stunning and the author merges reality with fantasy so beautifully that nowhere did I feel as if something was stretched too far The suspense drama and danger angle is also handled admirably and I really got frightened and chilled with the mysterious killer on the loose praying for my favourite characters' safetyThis is a fast paced story with a heartfelt family drama a sensual and heartwarming romance and the thrill of danger that kept me hooked to the book and sitting at the edge of my seat right till the end There is suspense paranormal developments and emotional play that had me seeing all the characters through new eyes A definite winner I totally enjoyed reading this bookAll in all Siren's Call is a lovely book that I absolutely loved and strongly recommend to all lovers of romance 45 out of 5 to it and I look forward to reading from Debbie in the future She is a very talented writer and has made a place in my list of favourite authorsI received an ARC from the author and I am very thankful to her The above review is my honest and unbiased opinion and in no way influenced


  2. Devika Fernando Devika Fernando says:

    I love all kinds of mythological creatures and mermaids are especially fascinating There is something about their life underwater that intrigues me to no end and spurred me to write my WIP the paranormal romance novel “In Deep Water” So I was overjoyed to take part in the ARC Review Tour for “Siren's Call” by Debbie HerbertThe cover is simply gorgeous as are her other covers and the story is just that too gorgeousAt the heart of the plot is the beautiful Lily with her tempting voice that makes her a true siren She’s determined to find true love instead of following the rules and that simple concept is enough to leave the reader with a wealth of fascinating facts swoonworthy scenes and imagination running wild Lily wants the one thing – or man – she can’t have and who at first doesn’t seem to want her but there are layers to the story like finding herself fighting prejudice battling an unknown evil and coming to terms with the expectations of her familyWhat made the story even complex and gripping is the fact that the hero isn’t just a gorgeous hunk of an alpha male and charismatic to boot but a Native American with a secret of his own Nash is hotter than hot and I fell for him just as hard as Lily The two knew each other before but now everything is different It was interesting to see how Lily portrays herself and how and who she really is deep down; something that probably rings true for a lot of young women who don’t have the siren problem Seeing some things from Nash’s point of view helped to get the bigger pictureI really enjoyed the modern crisp at times also sensual style of the author it fit the paranormal romance novel well I’ll definitely read the other two books of the series


  3. Ionia Ionia says:

    Debbie Herbert has done it again bringing her readers the magic of attraction and romance tinged with danger and the unknown Love this book Just like the others in this series this novel is filled with things that will make you swoon most especially the male lead Of the three books I have read in this series this one is my favourite It was nice to get updates on the lives of previously featured characters and I really felt like the author tied everything together in this novel Debbie Herbert is really good at building uniue situations for her characters and creating the kind of chemistry between them that you want to see in a romance Her couples feel really genuine and the story line feels very natural and not contrived It is easy to become swiftly involved in these stories and find yourself lost in the lives of these women The setting was as beautiful and mysterious as the rest of the series and makes you wonder if there just might really be mermaids in the Bayou This was a great novel and one that I happily recommend If you are looking for a story that has than just a simple romance this is the way to go This review is based on a complimentary copy from the author All opinions are my own


  4. Inderpreet Uppal Inderpreet Uppal says:

    This paranormal novel #SirensCall has everything for a book lover like me with a dash of extra thrown in Not only was the story very solid but the characters of Sam and Opal too were so well etched even though they were not the main lead in the book Lily and Sam had good help and support from all corners to make a perfect love story The supernatural element was so well scripted in the story line that I want to read the stories of the other two sisters as well The story line is a typical romance but the nocturne line of novels always delights and this book is no different The language is so expressive and the elements of the spirit world shared with such faith and humility making me want to know learn Lily and Nash are so similar to each other in their passions and nature; they are perfect for each other even though they themselves are not so sure Both of them are trying in their own way to maintain a distance while the other wants to be together Lily is surprised Nash does not want her and Nash is surprised why he is so pulled towards LilyThe romance is strong as is the chemistry; the paranormal adds an edge to the love story I found it hard to put down the book as the story progressed at a steady pace and had so many surprise elements The connection to the previous two books was also well explained making me interested to know about Bayou La Siryna and its residentsThe parallel story of Opal her life and how unfair it can be sometimes made me so sympathetic towards her but in the end her actions pretty much sealed her faith The author Debbie Herbert has ensured no loose ends and the Siren’s Call is just like its name; irresistibleA fast paced read perfect for the weekend and totally bang on if you are a big paranormal fan This book reminded me that I need to read such awesome spirited booksI received a copy of the book from NjKinny Tours Promotions; the views are my own as a part of the Review Tour


  5. Wendy Wendy says:

    This is my favorite in the Dark Seas trilogy The Choctaw legends and details are fascinating Nash has his own uniue abilities that bring a whole new aspect to this paranormal world The sea was a given but now we have an attachment and insight into the animals on land Love I loved seeing Lily who has so much confidence seemingly truly find herself I get so used to reading about people finding their confidence but it's also true that those who have it in spades in so many ways also struggle to come into their own We get to see the intriguing Tia again but I fell for the new character Sam Nash's grandfather He brings most of the Choctaw details to life Thanks for the mermaid adventures and romance Herbert I look forward to seeing what you do next


  6. Rachel- Goodbye Borders Rachel- Goodbye Borders says:

    This was Lily's story She has an enchanting voice and is beautiful Therefore all women in town hate her All of the men want her Oh please In the previous couple of books I felt she came across as cold and a little bit shallow I wasn't looking forward to her story but wanted to finish the trilogyI had a hard time getting into this one Disappointing considering I liked 1 and 2 Learn early on who is targeting Lily That was another disappointment Really? Nash was interesting and his ability More background on mermaid mythology would have been nice because what was there was uniuedifferent


  7. Amelia Amelia says:

    For the final book in the Dark Seas miniseries Debbie Herbert lets her imagination rise to new heights as one original situation after another takes place The world where mermaids live amongst humans is brought to life in realistic ways and I repeatedly felt as though these mythical creatures just had to be true Each of the books in the miniseries has been very innovative and this story grabbed my attention from the start and never let go until the satisfying conclusion SIREN’S CALL is enchantingly inventive and makes you want to believe Since Lily Borsage is a mermaid and has the capability to influence men with her siren ability she has not been popular with the women in her hometown of Bayou La Siryna Alabama Though not always welcome it is not her fault that the male population reacts to her anytime they come in contact When she approaches a stranger in a store she is stunned when ignored yet feels herself drawn to him Upon discovering he is Nashoba Bowman she remembers him visiting the area years ago and cannot understand why the handsome Native American does not seem to be affected by her enticing sexuality Even though Nash does recall their youthful friendship he knows keeping Lily away from him is best while he works on an assignment to photograph wildlife Things did not end well for two women with whom he previously got close and he does not want her added to such a tragic list Lily wants to understand why Nash continues to reject her and she is determined to learn his reason while keeping her own dual identity a secret When her life is threatened what each of them is hiding might have to be exposed or much will be lost The clever blending of mermaid myths and Native American legends sets the Dark Seas miniseries apart from other stories dealing with the supernatural With fascinating characters and wondrous details every scene in SIREN’S CALL is compellingly riveting I thoroughly enjoyed the two prior books and the third story made me wish even harder for these fabled beings to actually exist Debbie Herbert has a talent for making every moment of her books come across as truly believable regardless of how mind boggling an episode may appear Any event including Native American folklore also seems credible and I was often held spellbound during several of the remarkable incidents There are so many extraordinary characters in the story and I found each of them to be special in their own ways Lily has always been told she is beautiful and men are always attracted to her yet she feels very alone She has now reached a stage in the life where having no real friends causes her much distress and I felt for the woman who only wants to be loved Nash is an absolutely incredible man whose caring nature is shown by his actions time and again He finds himself having to make some extremely difficult choices and I held my breath while waiting for his decisions Though a relationship between Nash and Lily does not seem likely at first the powerful pull they feel is too much to disregard Any sexual encounters are sensual and express just how much they desire each other and I thought each moment they are intimate was so genuine All of Lily’s close relatives are featured in the story and it was great catching up on any new happenings The grandfather of Nash was particularly interesting with all his Native American beliefs Debbie Herbert makes SIREN’S CALL intriguingly memorable Copy received from author for a CataRomance review


  8. Kristin Ravelle Kristin Ravelle says:

    Okwa Nahollo “The white people of the sea” “ if you swam near their home they’d grab you by the ankles and pull you under If you stayed underwater with them than three days you could never return to land”This is my favourite bit of Choctaw lore from Siren’s Call Debbie Herbert uses fascinating southern Alabama bayou legends and shamanism as an evocative framework for her last installment in the Siren’s series about mermaids This is my first mermaid book and I’m impressed with how the author blends the fantasy element of mermaids into a modern day life story tellingThe opening scene for Siren’s Call is initially uite hilarious Lily has the siren’s voice making her irresistible to all males except to Nash her childhood friend who she bumps into all grown up and hot at the supermarket It’s amusing to see her deal with rejection probably for the first timeI found Lily to be a little immature through the early part of the book but she comes around through middle to end as she and Nash struggle through some tough situations Nash isn’t that interested in Lily right off and it’s different seeing Lily being aggressive than she’s probably ever had to be with a guyNash has returned to his home town on a job as a famous wildlife photographer with assistant Opal in tow Opal makes a good foil being a bit geeky to the Borsage sisters I love how centred and earthy Nash is and his great ability to connect with wildlife He ties in with the shaman aspect in the book as his father Sam is a well respected shaman who contributes to the plot We also see Tia Henrietta the local tarot card readerpsychic mamma for the townThe author takes a chance revealing something early on in the story I wasn’t sure how good a move this was but I admit to liking being on the uptake as things happen and ultimately for me it didn’t take away anything from the story There are a couple of treacherous sub plots running through the book some based on some past events in prior books in the series These really add to the storyThe romantic element between Nash and Lily develops naturally and I had really nice feel good vibes about Nash and Lily as a couple as the book closes And we learn something really interesting about Nash This is a fabulous mermaid read especially if you enjoy a southern locale All the bayou lore has me dreaming about a steamy southern vacation there some day


  9. Maureen Maureen says:

    In ‘Siren’s Call’ we meet Lily Borsage a siren Lily is gorgeous and every man she meets is immediately attracted to her Everything about Lily draws men in And although Lily definitely likes being beautiful being a siren isn’t easy All woman hate her and all the men think she’s playing with them What they don’t know is that all that Lily want’s is to find true love But this isn’t easy when every guy you meet doesn’t seem interested in you but only in your body and your voice And that’s not the only thing she also has a secret she can’t talk to ‘normal’ people about she is a mermaidOne day she sees a very handsome man walking around town soon she realizes he is her old friend Nash and he is gorgeous But Nash doesn’t seem interested in Lily at all Isn’t he affected by her Siren abilities? Nash has secrets of his own and really doesn’t want the attention of another woman But Lilly doesn’t give up uickly This is the first book I read about mermaids I always found mermaids fascinating but somehow never read a book about them So I really enjoyed reading something a little different This story immediately starts there’s no slow introduction or getting used to the characters From the very first page this book starts with Lily and Cash and I really felt like I was reading this book longer than just for one page It was a little strange to start a book like this but it definitely made me interested in reading This book was definitely not what I expected I somehow thought this book would be kind of a fairytale but it’s written in the present and it’s about the ‘real world’ Yes the main character is a mermaid But most of all she just lives in a little town enjoys painting and interacts with people like we all doUnfortunately I didn’t really like the main character Lily She was just so arrogant and although I know this is because she is a siren and has these powers the arrogance bothered me Fortunately Debbie Herbert’s writing is good enough that I really did enjoy the story without liking the main character I loved the mystery part in this book the romance and above all I loved the mermaid stuff This book is definitely a nice summer read Nothing too complicated but just a fun book you can read while lying in the sun


  10. Léatitia Brière Léatitia Brière says:

    From my blogI got the ARC of Siren's Call in exchange of an honest review I loved reading Siren's Call a lot I have a few things to tell you about this marvellous read but before I'm 1 000% sure that this is a MUST READ If you like Paranormal Romance you will want to read Siren's Call First Siren's Call is beautifully written a real page turner that won't leave your mind in case you have to put it aside because life happens I was uickly and deeply immersed in Bayou La Siryna There were so much uniue and great pictures in this book and I'm so happy I got to discover this part of US I have dreamt of traveling there to meet Nature and local traditions and it felt like I really did In fact I'm thinking about Siren's Call as a way to escape into both real and imaginary places Also my book lover's heart was touched right away by endearing strong and fascinating characters It was a delight to get to know them as they struggled with their demons to find their way back to light I loved how Lily is fragile yet brave and open She had no friends was kind of lonely and had to deal with her mother's expectations But she somehow still managed to be free and caring She is inspiring and I would love to have her as a friend About Nash well Hot and intense are the first words that come in my mind when I think about this character He also had to deal with issues regarding his past and his true self Chapters after chapters he was revealed as someone utterly beautiful passionate and complicated Their love story was everything I love and reflected their personnality perfectly The two of them were well the word perfection comes to mind Last thing you need to know is how uniue magical and compelling the universe of Bayou La Siryna was to me And I'm deeply conviced it will attract and please many readers even those who don't enjoy Paranormal as much as I do The Romance was balanced realistic and again really beautiful I hope you will consider buying Siren's Call and that you liked my review I will definitly check Debbie Herbert other books But in the meantime I thank Debbie and Nikkita the tour organizer for bringing Siren's Call to meHappy reading


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