One of EW's 20 Must-Reads for April and an Amazon Best Romance of May!
Meet the SOCIETY OF SIRENS—three radical, libertine ladies determined to weaponize their scandalous reputations to fight for justice and the love they deserve…
She’s a Rakess on a quest for women’s rights…
Seraphina Arden’s passions include equality, amorous affairs, and wild, wine-soaked nights. To raise funds for her cause, she’s set to publish explosive memoirs exposing the powerful man who ruined her. Her ideals are her purpose, her friends are her family, and her paramours are forbidden to linger in the morning.
He’s not looking for a summer lover…
Adam Anderson is a wholesome, handsome, widowed Scottish architect, with two young children, a business to protect, and an aversion to scandal. He could never, ever afford to fall for Seraphina. But her indecent proposal—one month, no strings, no future—proves too tempting for a man who strains to keep his passions buried with the losses of his past.
But one night changes everything...
What began as a fling soon forces them to confront painful secrets—and yearnings they thought they’d never have again. But when Seraphina discovers Adam’s future depends on the man she’s about to destroy, she must decide what to protect… her desire for justice, or her heart.
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Sirens are made
Unapologetically unrepentant. Sirens are made.
A must read for every woman tired of the same old trite male fantasy of an experienced man and a virginal young girl.
Rakess is ruthlessly clever, refuses to conform to the industry norms (set up by men) and that is so refreshing and very much needed for a reader wary of the same story told a thousand times over. Ironically, it’s an ode to a woman who trailblazed two hundred years ago, Mary Wollstonecraft, the original bad A.
Seraphina takes her pleasure like a man, is unrepentant and deliciously bold. She’s both the rakess and a ruined woman trying to save her mentor Elinor.
Adam is her unlikely match in every way. He’s her perfect foil.
What I liked?
That the book speaks to the consequences of physical intimacy (both good and bad).
Highly recommend because we need more well crafted literature that speaks to a woman’s fantasy, not a guys. Rakess is well written, lyrical and descriptive in a way that engages all your senses.