Siren's Desire

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Signet Eclipse, 2012 - Fiction - 390 pages
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While fighting for their lives, they must battle dark and forbidden desires hidden in the ocean's depths . . .
After defeating the covert agency that threatened to destroy her and her sisters, Addison Lonike grudgingly resumes her life as an EMT in Maine. She would love nothing more than to take on the dangerous Mer queen, Magaera, who is hell-bent on destroying them. But with two baby nieces on the way, she can't take the risk—that is, until Mason McKenzie arrives.
Captain of the naval task force on the hunt for Queen Magaera in the Mediterranean, Mason sees the perfect recruit in Addison. But while at sea, the pair is pulled under a wave of passion that threatens their independent natures—and their mission. An encounter with a new race of male sea-shifters further complicates Addison's desires. Now, she must choose between a life of the sea or fulfilling the deepest longings of her heart . . .
Praise for Devyn Quinn's Dark Tides Novels
'A thoroughly mesmerizing ride . . . unbelievable entertaining, this is a book you won't forget.' Kate Douglas, Bestselling Author of Wolf Tales 12

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User Review  - 2Sunny - LibraryThing

This is the third book in the dark Tide series of mermaids living both on land and in the sea. I have not read the previous two books and meet these characters for the first time. The Character of ... Read full review

Review: Siren's Desire (Dark Tides #3)

User Review  - Brittany Perry - Goodreads

I loved the ending however I still yearn for more. I really wish she'd do a companion series on the Nix. I really feel for the Nix leader he needs a mer of his own. I wish she'd continue as other ... Read full review

About the author (2012)

Devyn Quinn resides in the scenic Southwest, though she has called several other states home. She lives with her cats (too many to be counted!), five ferrets (yes, five!), and a single Shih Tzu, Tess. Visit her website at www.devynquinn.com.

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