For Fans of Siren Tales!
I am organizing a bookstagram tour for upcoming release, Secrets of the Mermaid (The Keepers of Knowledge Series) by Catherine Stine. The tour will run from April 26th to the 30th and I am looking for hosts!
Print copies will be available to US readers only (Shipping delays and costs) and digital ARCs will be available to international readers. Reviews will take priority but there will be a few spots for feature posts. Giveaway will be print copies of the book (Quantity TBD).
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Secrets of the Mermaid
Expected Release Date: March 15th, 2021
Genre: Paranormal Romance/ Urban Fantasy/ Mermaids
Meet Indigo Rain, a beautiful but lonely mermaid. Regretful of a dark past, she has vowed to remain alone and research ancient merfolk tribes. When she unearths a seabed burial site that even she cannot identify, she shares this with a High Council merfolk historian. But she keeps one shocking secret to herself.
Bay Finley is the flirty, dashing Royal merfolk Keeper assigned to teach Indigo on Pyreshore, a glamoured city of supernaturals tasked with keeping invaluable knowledge alive. Indigo thinks Bay is a know-it-all. She also thinks he’s dangerously handsome. He’s engaged to Abigail Torrent, a Royal, unlike Indigo, but he’s spending time with Indigo in the lab…
Indigo has three quests:
Uncover the mystery of the burial tablet, resist falling in love, and never, ever reveal her biggest secret, even to the Keepers.
About the Author
Catherine Stine is a USA Today bestselling author of historical and urban fantasy, and paranormal romance. Her novels have earned Indie Notable awards and New York Public Library Best Books for Teens. Catherine’s newest historical fantasy, Witch of the Wild Beasts, was a second prize winner in Valley Forge’s 2019 RWA Sheila Contest.
She loves spending time with her beagle, writing about supernatural creatures, gardening on her deck, and meeting readers at book events. Catherine suspects her love of dark fantasy came from her father reading Edgar Allen Poe to her when she was a child.