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SIREN'S SONG
by Trish Albright

Genre: Historical Romance
Sensuality: MILD
Setting: Georgian England

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Albright debuts with an adventure romance that takes the high seas and readers into the realm of pirates, prophecies and passion. The plot twists, paranormal overtones, well-crafted characters and exhilarating adventures make for a whirlwind, nonstop read.

Alexandra Stafford was born to rule the high seas. Adventure is in her blood; even being captured by her ruthless enemy and sold as a slave does not dim her spirit.

It is that spirit that captures Joshua, the Duke of Worthington, when he rescues her from slavery, encounters her
in London ballrooms and is drawn into her search for the meaning behind
a powerful prophecy and a song of
a siren that will mean redemption or
death for Alex and those she loves. (Leisure, Jul., 380 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: Leisure

Published: July 2008

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