Sing Me to Sleep
Saoirse is a siren, living in a kingdom where sirens are illegal. Saoirse is able to disguise herself, but she can’t control her need to kill. So she kills for her employer at night and is a soldier in training during the day.
And then Saoirse gets an offer to work as a guard for Prince Hayes. She accepts the offer when her sister gets blackmailed, deciding that working for the Prince might be the best way to find out who the blackmailer is. And then Saoirse starts getting blackmailed, too.
Saoirse expected to hate the prince but starts getting closer and closer to him, even though she tries to distance herself. Then, she accidentally kills Hayes’s best friend. Saoirse starts questioning if she should really trust her employer or not as the prince searches for his only friend’s killer.
Will Saoirse manage to avoid suspicion and find out who her blackmailer and employer are before it all starts getting even worse?
I couldn’t stop reading this novel. It was full of twists and turns. At first, I was sure I knew who the blackmailer was, but I was completely surprised when I found out who it actually was. I’ve never read a story like this before, and I like that I wasn’t entirely sure if Saoirse was good or bad. The characters felt realistic and full of emotion. I would recommend this to anybody who likes mystery and magic and deep, dark secrets.
|Page Count||432 pages|
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