51fnOSFkeWL._SX311_BO1,204,203,200_If Lorelei sings, someone will die.

Her beautiful voice once cost a life. Still, music is her passion. What’s a mermaid to do? Run off and live vicariously through mortal musicians!

Unfortunately, gorgeous rocker Vance Idol almost succumbs to her siren call after his show in Nashville. Not that Vance cares—not since his girlfriend’s fatal overdose left him with a supersized death wish. Lorelei makes it her mission to undo the damage and help this talented and charismatic man on the eve of his band’s big break.

But saving a mortal man is a dangerous proposition. Lorelei could far too easily lose her heart, and quite possibly her immortality, during her American holiday. Bad boy Vance might be worth the risk.

Can their love survive his attitude, her fins, and an evil Pixie with a grudge against them both?

Lorelei’s Lyric is brilliantly clever with its unique blend of Southern humor and poignant mermaid mythology. Modern-day Siren, Lorelei, traveling to The Music City of Nashville? One helluva great premise that hooked me at page one! I fell in love with this shape shifting Siren and her romance with aspiring rocker Vance Idol. One of those rare books that will have you laughing and sighing and crying, touching your heart just as great music touches your soul. A must read!
—Debbie Herbert, USA Today bestselling author of the Dark Seas series (Siren’s Secret, Siren’s Treasure, and Siren’s Call)

Lorelei’s Lyric made me swoon! A perfect blend of mermaid magic and rock-star grit, Sieders’ charming, irresistibly sexy tale gives us a love story to believe in. I can’t wait to read more!
—Jeri Smith-Ready, Award-winning author of Requiem for the Devil, the WVMP Radio series, and the Shade Trilogy

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“Great book, if you’re into Fantasy-Romance, DEFINITELY give this one a try!!!”

Five Star Review on Amazon By Krystle

This was a very good book, and really different than anything I’ve read lately. I’ve never read this type of PNR that involved elemental (air, earth, water) lore. The concept of it was very cool and extremely well-written. The characters and originality of the story are great, it had some great humor, so it deserves 5 stars from me!

You have 2 sisters named Hilde and Lorelei (water elemental’s) going on a vacation of sorts through rivers in the United States, and since they are Nixies who love to sing, they’re stopping at all the hot spots that are best-known for their music. When they stop in Nashville and see a show by a rock band, Lorelei’s done for, haha. Not only does she think the lead singer Vance – I love his name btw – is H-O-T, but his voice captivates her. She’d love nothing more than to sing along with he and his band, but that’s the catch with Nixies. If they sing long enough around any mortals, they’d fall under their spell and suffer the consequences.

Vance sure has troubles and baggage of his own. He’s had a pretty heavy past, and is fighting some serious demons, warring with himself on whether to continue down a dark road of alcohol, drugs, and to possibly end his life. He doesn’t seem to have a grip on reality anymore due to a life-changing event that occurred almost a year ago. But all that’s about to change when he meets Lorelei. How they are acquainted, I won’t spoil that surprise, but let’s just say that they sort of heal each other as the rest of the book goes on.

About the Author

D.B. Sieders was born and raised in East Tennessee and spent a great deal of her childhood hiking in the Great Smoky Mountains and wading barefoot in creeks, chasing salamanders, fish, and frogs. She camped a lot, and loved to tell stories while sitting around the family campfire.

Those days of frog chasing sparked her interest in biology, which she pursued in college and later in graduate school. She is a working scientist by day, but she never lost her love of sharing stories. She’s been an avid reader for as long as she can remember and is thrilled to be working as a writer.

D.B. lives in Nashville, Tennessee with her husband, two children, two cats, and her very active imagination.

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