Siren Song: Book 2 of The Hypernaturals
by CJ Stevens on 2018-07-30
Jessica, Helen, and Adrian are focused on getting on with life. They have dealt with the drug lords, and Hypno'ed their troublesome police officer into forgetting about them.
Adrian has to stay out of trouble with the North American Vampire Council for another year and a half to get past his probation and be allowed to live.
Family will be gathering at Casa De Gato for the holidays, and Jessica thinks her worst problem is whether Adrian's parents will like her in part because she is secretly twice their age.
Then it all goes sideways.
Helen is kicked off Adrians probation subcommittee and replaced by another older Vampire that has history with Helen. Helen worries about how this will affect her standing as the youngest member ever of the North American Council and worst how it might affect Adrian's chances at life.
Helen, Jessica, and Adrian find out that this is the least of their problems when the Sirens appear to shake up the entire Vampire world, and they start with Adrian. The Vampires thought they had wiped out the Sirens in prehistory. For the Sirens, their rules are old school: An eye for an eye. They were not wiped out. The Sirens are back, in force, and they are angry. Adrian is just a test of a larger plan to expose the Vampires to the humans and return the favor from millennium ago.
The Vampire Secret is sacred to the Vampire race, and nothing can endanger that. Now family is coming for the holidays, the Secret is in danger of getting out to the humans, the house has been trashed by the Sirens as an opening salvo in a new war with the Vampires, and fixing everything falls upon the three that thought all their troubles were over.
They are just getting started.