A siren who's terrified of the ocean...with a destiny that involves a hunky shirtless dude.
Ever meet a mermaid terrified of the ocean? The closest I get to saltwater is in my bath.
As for singing? My siren heritage left me with a killer voice. Literally. Some people can charm animals out of trees. Me? They jump to their deaths rather than listen to another note.
I know I’m different. And I’m cool with it. What I’m not cool with is the meathead who decides that he’s my fated mate. Just because he’s tall, handsome, and muscle-bound doesn’t mean I’m going to fall into bed with him. We might do it standing upright first.
Don’t judge. I deserve a little fun, especially since I think my time on Earth is limited.
The nightmares are getting stronger. The mood swings nastier. The ocean is calling, but I don’t think it wants to give me a gentle embrace.
Can a misfit who doesn’t belong anywhere find a way to survive the future—and maybe even fall in love?
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Great story with interesting and quirky but likeable characters.
Loved the interaction between Lana and Jory which is enhanced by the great plotline that unfolds.
These two together had great chemistry right from the start which Lana does her best to deny.
I had to warm up to Jory due to his womanising ways but that gets explained quite well.
Though I was sorry about Lana’ past, I loved what happens in this book.
I have read these out of order as this was my first book in this series.
Having now listened to book one I can place this story better. Though it isn’t a major factor I found it better to have done book one first.
Kindly gifted by the author but this is my honest review of this book
I absolutely loved Hybrid Misfits and was excited to see another book in the series coming out...finally. Well, it has been a few years. I clicked the preorder on Siren Misfit and read it the moment my device told me it was live. While the characters were entertaining and the pacing kept me reading I finished the book feeling like a big chunk of the story was missing.
This book won't make my Read Again list.