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Length: 427 pages Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled

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The novel, Dark Siren, is best described as paranormal romance artfully wrapped within a plot chock-full of action, adventure, and edge-of-your-seat suspense, while the series has evolved to become a journey of redemption and second chances as two characters understand that sometimes committing evil is necessary to protect what is loved most. I took the siren from Greek mythology (and borrowed a little from mermaid lore), creating an entirely different creature, with its own mythology, and one that Publisher's Weekly praised for its passion and complexity. This is not just another werewolf/shapeshifter romance or vampire romance. I think this is a story that both adults and teens can enjoy, full of characters to fall in love with!

About the Author

Eden Ashley was born and raised in a small sunny town in South Carolina. But it's the thunderstorms that have inspired her best ideas. There are few things she loves more than curling up with a good book and a cup of coffee on a rainy day, (except maybe chocolate cake. she loves cake.) often reading into the wee hours of morning when something really grabs her. Dark Siren is her first novel. Best described as love story artfully wrapped inside a plot chock-full of action, adventure, and supernatural fantasy, Dark Siren is a journey of redemption and second chances as two characters understand that sometimes great evil is necessary to protect what is loved most. Eden has taken the siren from Greek mythology and created an entirely different creature, with its own mythology--one that Publisher's Weekly praised as emotionally fervent and complex. Dark Siren is a piece of genre crossing fiction, a romance that both adult and young adult readers will enjoy!

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  • File Size: 3219 KB
  • Print Length: 427 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0989963217
  • Publication Date: November 10, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00DSPPOX2
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,981 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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Cynic, realist, and hopeless romantic all rolled into one, Eden was born and raised in a small, sunny town in South Carolina, but thunderstorms have inspired her best ideas. There are few things she loves more than curling up with a good book and a cup of coffee on a rainy day (Except maybe chocolate cake, she loves cake.), often reading into the wee hours of morning when something really grabs her. Eden enjoys reading or watching anything with supernatural elements, so writing paranormal romance and fantasy romance seems to be a natural fit.

Her first novel, Dark Siren, is best described as paranormal romance artfully wrapped within a plot chock-full of action, adventure, and edge-of-your-seat suspense, while the series has evolved to become a journey of redemption and second chances as two characters understand that sometimes committing evil is necessary to protect what is loved most. Eden took the siren from Greek mythology (and borrowed a little from mermaid lore), creating an entirely different creature, with its own mythology, and one that Publisher's Weekly praised for its passion and complexity. This is not just another werewolf/shapeshifter romance or vampire romance. This is a story that both adults and teens can enjoy, full of great characters to fall in love with!

Eden loves to hear from readers and can be contacted at edenashleyromance@outlook.com
For the latest news on upcoming sequels and other novels, visit Eden on
her website: http://edenbynite.blogspot.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EdenAshleyAuthor

Twitter: Eden_byNite, for writing tips, publishing help, and daily updates.


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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Maghon @ Happy Tails and Tales on January 25, 2015
Format: Kindle Edition
Well, I loved this one! It's this author's debut but it was so well done. I couldn't put it down and I know I will be jumping into the sequel ASAP!

Kalista, aka Kali, is in high school, except she doesn't know that she's had a previous life with previous memories, and she's been reborn for a reason. You see, she doesn't remember anything of that. All she knows is her life right now. She doesn't even remember her childhood well. And Kali hungers, except it's not for your normal hamburger. Though she likes food, she can't help herself. Without sustenance she gets real sick, but that sustenance is coming from making out with boys that aren't her boyfriend. She's eating a piece of their souls. Cal is her boyfriend, but it doesn't take long for her to realize it's not going to work with him after all. And the she meets Rhane, when he saves her life at the movies. And she feels not just a pull and attraction to Rhane, but she just met him and she feels like she's known him forever.

Rhane has been alive for far longer than should be possible. He remember everything Kali doesn't. His marriage, their past, her death. He's also trying to get over the fact that Kali is a 17 year old high school senior. Not a hundreds of year old woman whom he was married to. Things are getting real complicated. And since she doesn't know anything, including who and what he is, Banewolf, he has to treat her with completely fragile kid gloves. She might want him like a woman, but she lives the life of a 17 year old.

So, Kali works at a archaeological artifacts firm, and when a stolen artifact talks to Kali, sings to her, she blacks out, and things get really complicated. And to make matters worse, her boss is very insistent that she must come with him to meet the buyer of this artifact.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Hatbox121 on July 29, 2015
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A quick explanation on my rating scale. 1-I want to bleach my brain it was so bad. 3-eh it was fine, or even good but had problems. 4-it was a good book that I enjoyed or it was a great book but had issues. 5-a Classic, a book that absolutely impacted my life in someway. I very very rarely give out 5s. I'm stingy like that. I see many giving out 5s to both classics and smut and I'm like huh? How can you equate a book like 1984 or Shakespeare to The Boner and the Bride? Anyway, on to the actual review-

An interesting concept. I've never run across a similar world. Sure there are some siren books out there and plenty of were books, but not like this. Some books you can read in an hour they are so simple and others you need a chart to keep up with everything or everybody. This book falls right in the middle. Not frustrating so you want to give up, but enough plot to keep the story moving forward. It wasn't the overly contrived, roll your eyes plot devices that kept it moving either, though there are a few eye roll moments in here. These days that's saying a lot. I did have a few quibbles here and there which did lower my rating a touch. Things like the hiding information(which I really hate as a plot mover or convenience), her continuously getting herself in bad spots(that may be a teenager thing though). I've already read book #2 and am currently downloading #3 to start in the morning. While I wont give spoilers to book #2, I will say my particular quibbles continue but so do the good things. Kalista continues to grow thankfully and you become even more attached to the side characters. The action increases and the big plot line continues to make sense. While not a perfect book, it is well worth a read. I find the world quite interesting and new. I read a lot, as in nine or more books a week, so something new is always a big hit with me.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Books and Ashes on February 4, 2015
Format: Kindle Edition
What I liked: This story is very engaging, and the writing kept me glued to the page while I read. While the prologue left me wondering what was happening for so long after a while I was able to piece together what had happened and I liked that I didn’t have it explained to me, that I could guess about how the prologue and the main story weaves together! The whole mystery aspect about who Kali really is and what she was before and how she fit into everything was really interesting. Rhane himself was a bit of an enigmatic figure for a while, coming and going at the most opportune moments and it wasn’t until we followed him for a while that I got more of an understanding of who/what he might be in this story, though the actual reveal of that was a lot more interesting than I had bargined for!

What I didn’t liked: I would have liked to learn more about what the canine creatures in this book actually were a lot sooner. I couldn’t put it together and I couldn’t really get a firm image about what they looked like. Wolf-like? Dog-like? Canine is a pretty broad term and after a while I just settled with them being more wolf-like. I would have liked to know more about what happened in the past when Rhane was younger and how Kali fit into everything with him sooner since it would have made more sense for him to tell her. I didn’t really see the point in keeping it from her for so long.

Overall Review: Extremely well written for a debut novel, Dark Siren is a fantastic novel that will keep you glued to its pages as you try to find out what is going to happen to the characters next. The characters were almost all entertaining and fun with the exception for a few, they were either just not really a part of the story or I didn’t like them.
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