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Beauty. Grace. Song. The three core traits that make up the Sirens. Traits that create chaos and tragedy wherever they go, with every move that they make. To lose the effect, they are forced to give up its cause: their song. A pact was forged centuries ago in an agreement to stop singing. A pact that continues to be broken. Crevan is the name the three Sirens take when they move to Florence, Oregon as they once more try to escape what they are. Ariana is the eldest and most beautiful Siren sister. Her entire purpose in life is to care for her sisters. A purpose that continuously washes away who she really is. Shae is the middle Siren and flaunts her differences in any way possible with little to no restraint. It is she that possesses the most grace and charm of the three. Both of which she uses to have a good time as often as possible. Kalina is the youngest sister with a tendency to screw up. Of the three traits cursed upon the Sirens, hers is the most potent and the most dangerous, for she has the greatest song. A song that pulses through her very blood and tests her control with each and every breath. Florence was another stop in their world. Another place to call home for no longer than eight years - if they were lucky. It was never meant to be more than a place to recover from the last fall. But Florence has more in store for the Sirens than they could have possibly foreseen. Once more, Kalina finds herself flirting with disaster when she befriends William James. A human male intent on gaining some form of satisfaction from the enigmatic creature he has found. Inevitably, Kalina finds herself falling for William, and her entire nature changes because of it. But her love is a betrayal in itself. Furious, her sisters are determined to do whatever they must in order to protect themselves. Now Kalina must fight the entire world in order to keep the one man who has become absolutely vital to her own survival.

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