Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Waiting On Wednesday (16)

This week I'm waiting on:

Siren by Tricia Rayburn

Seventeen-year-old Vanessa Sands is afraid of everything—the dark, heights, the ocean—but her fearless older sister, Justine, has always been there to coach her through every challenge. That is, until Justine goes cliff-diving one night near the family’s vacation house in Maine, and her lifeless body washes up on shore the next day.

Though her parents hope that they’ll be able to find closure back in Boston, Vanessa can’t help feeling that her sister’s death wasn’t an accident. After discovering that Justine was keeping a lot of secrets, Vanessa returns to Winter Harbor, hoping that Justine’s boyfriend might know more. But Caleb has been missing since Justine’s death.

Soon, it’s not just Vanessa who’s afraid. All of Winter Harbor is abuzz with anxiety when another body washes ashore, and panic sets in when the small town becomes host to a string of fatal, water-related accidents in which all the victims are found, horrifically, grinning from ear to ear.

Vanessa turns to Caleb’s brother, Simon, for help, and begins to find herself drawn to him. As the pair try to understand the sudden rash of creepy drownings, Vanessa uncovers a secret that threatens her new romance—and will change her life forever.

A seductive paranormal romance full of unexpected twists, Siren is certain to make a big summer splash.

Coming on June 8th, 2010 from EgmontUSA

Yest another book that sounds amazing coming from EgmontUSA. I have a feeling this publishing company is going to be receiving a lot of money from me....


  1. Great pick this one looks really good!

  2. This one looks great, adding it to my pre-order list now :-) Nice pick. Here's my WOW and Give-away.

  3. This one looks really good love the cover to i can't wait ;)

  4. This was my pick for this week too. :) Sounds great and the cover is so pretty.

  5. OOoh SIREN seems like a really intriguing read! I may have to be "waiting on it" too! :)


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