The Gray Court, Book 5
Oberon is well and truly lost, with no memory of who he is, where he came from, or where he’s going. One woman makes his palms sweat and his heart race, a woman with turquoise eyes and a beautiful voice. Instinct tells him she’s the only one who can save him.
Cassie knows the truth—he is the High King, her truebond, the one man born to be hers and hers alone. Restoring his memory and keeping him out of the Black Court’s clutches is her mission, though success means losing him. Yet to give the world back its High King, she will make that sacrifice.
As soon as Oberon’s memory comes crashing back through his mind’s closed door, he makes one vow. Though beset by enemies, chased and attacked, he will return to his rightful place with his Queen by his side.
Except when he makes good on his vow, all hell breaks loose. And when Cassie’s life is threatened, the fae world will bow before the High King or pay the price in blood.
Warning: This title contains explicit sex, graphic language, fishy shenanigans and royal naughtiness.
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SIREN’S SONG is a fast paced read, with well-crafted characters and a well-developed storyline. Dana Marie Bell knows how to tell a story. The High King Oberon of the Gray court has been poisoned and only Cassie can save him with her song. She must find him first, for he has disappeared from the kingdom. Cassie is Princess of the Atlantean court, which is part of the White court. Cassie is also Oberon’s truebond mate. She is currently running from an arranged marriage that her parents had arranged when she was younger. Once Oberon and Cassie become truebond mates, the arranged marriage becomes null and void. This is such a hot and sexy book that it will have you running for a cold shower. SIREN’S SONG has such likeable characters that helps to move the story along. Dana Marie Bell’s novels are great and I cannot wait until the next one. I give this book 5/5 stars. If you have not read her books, I urge you to run out and get one.