Sometimes dreams come true ...
When Brooke Ellis receives a letter from her estranged father, her first instinct is to burn it. Instead, curiosity grabs hold. As Brooke comes back to the small beach town of Willow Harbor, she begins the search for her father. What she finds instead is a gift she never knew she had.
Nathan Knight is waist deep in the latest case plaguing the hunters. The forbidden potions smuggling operation has a new king and whoever this person is, he knows how to cover his tracks. Nathan can't afford any distractions, but when he learns the girl he saved five years ago--and has been dreaming about ever since--is back in town he can't help but think it's not by accident. Brooke doesn't know she's a siren, but Nathan does. He also knows what he's starting to feel for her goes deeper than the allure of her powers.
When Brooke's quest to find her father lands her in harm's way, Nathan knows he has to save her, even if it means losing himself.
Strange Neighbors. Hidden Desires. Small Town Charm.
Welcome to Willow Harbor where everyone has a secret.
The Willow Harbor Series:
Standalone NA Paranormal Romance
Book 1: Shifter's Fate by Alyssa Rose Ivy
Book 2: Vampire's Descent by Jennifer Snyder
Book 3: Hunter's Revenge by Juliana Haygert
Book 4: Triton's Curse by Sarra Cannon
Book 5: Siren's Song by Juliana Haygert
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
From the very first chapter I was easily sucked into this world! Honestly, I was sitting on the edge of my seat and I was only a couple pages in. Losing myself between the pages wasn’t hard to do! Siren’s Song was my most anticipated read for 2018 and I’m so glad that it didn’t disappoint (but really, when has any of Juliana’s books ever disappointed me). I’ve been dying to get lost in the town known as Willow Harbor again and I’m so happy I didn’t have to wait too long! I really like, so far, that both of Juliana’s books in this series is about hunters that protect this town from evil but along the way they fall in love. If she continues to write in this series I’m looking forward in seeing who she’ll be writing about next (maybe a female hunter falling in love?). Anyways, I think I connected better to Brooke in this book more than I connected to Tessa in Hunter’s Revenge (even though I enjoyed seeing her again in this one). Maybe I connected to her more is because I truly felt bad for her, I just wanted to give the poor girl a hug! Her mom isn’t the nicest person to her (you’ll find out later on in the book on why that is), whenever men are around her they turn crazy in love with her and she doesn’t understand why (they get scary crazy), then the father she never knew sends her a letter and when she goes looking for him he’s no where to be found. I’m so glad she had Nathan throughout all this! With Nathan, I just couldn’t get enough! Honestly, I couldn’t turn the pages fast enough! He was her rock and whenever Brooke thought he was under her spell I just wanted to scream at her “shut up girl, he LOVES you”. Overall, this is definitely a book I’ll be rereading! The story was addicting, completely hard to put down! And once I picked it back up, so easy for me to fall back into this world! *Was given a copy from the author in exchange for my honest review*
Siren's Song is the fifth book in the Willow Harbor series. This series is written by several different authors. Siren's Song is written by Juliana Haygert, an author who's books I've read and loved before. This book stands alone just fine, but now I want to go back and read the rest. Brooke is a fun character, and her world has just been turned on its head. She had no idea of many things about herself, including what she is and what she can do, so I enjoyed learning all these things right along with her. There was adventure, drama, twists and turns, humor, and romance. All the good stuff. I'd like to learn more about all the things lurking in Willow Harbor. This series excites me. Let's pack a bag guys. Road Trip! The ARC of Siren's Song by Juliana Haygert was kindly provided to me by the author for review. The opinions are my own.