Crown of Betrayal: The Sirens

Crown of Betrayal The Sirens Verona has lived in the safety and bliss of the palace and the luxury of what being a Siren means Content to live her life in the shadows of her beautiful mother Ostila and the enchanting dark beau

  • Title: Crown of Betrayal: The Sirens
  • Author: Marie F. Crow
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 402
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Verona has lived in the safety and bliss of the palace and the luxury of what being a Siren means Content to live her life in the shadows of her beautiful mother, Ostila, and the enchanting, dark beauty of her aunt, Morlena, Verona never thought about what life would be like should they be taken from her At her mother s coronation, these once impossible thoughts become sVerona has lived in the safety and bliss of the palace and the luxury of what being a Siren means Content to live her life in the shadows of her beautiful mother, Ostila, and the enchanting, dark beauty of her aunt, Morlena, Verona never thought about what life would be like should they be taken from her At her mother s coronation, these once impossible thoughts become shockingly real.Corander has lived his life in the shadows of his father, Kurt As the head of the Empradar bloodline, Kurt holds no mercy for those who fail him and even less for those he distrusts When the palace falls to madness, it will be Corander who is tested by his father s desires and torn by his own.Together, Corander and Verona must discover who they really are, and who they are truly meant to become, before all is lost to hidden plots and Crowns of Betrayal.

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    About “Marie F. Crow

    • Marie F. Crow

      Marie F Crow believes that monsters should keep you up at night with the thoughts of what if stalking your mind She began writing horror after feeling the genre of zombie horror was getting too far away from actual horror, forgetting what a zombie is, and what that can mean to your world The recent advents of movies and literature have pushed the concept of the flesh eating undead too far into the realm of the mundane and cute There is a need to once rehash the genre with the proper respect to the psychological ramifications, and sheer horror, that the monsters deserve That sheer horror of possibly having to kill your friends, family, or anyone else for that matter before they become a shambling corpse willing, even driven, to consume the flesh of their own The psychological destruction to the minds of the living their deaths could cause to those around them With the release of The Risen series, she hopes to, once again, breathe fear back into the genre that has always been a favorite of hers Crafting her stories with honest emotions, and believable circumstances, she creates her world with an added twist to the classic monsters She believes nothing is sacred in the land of horror inviting the reader to explore the depth of that concept by luring them deeper into her realm with visual images and emotional drama wrapped with a sparkling, gore dripping bow With open arms, she welcomes them back into the world of horror hoping they enjoy the ride, but requests they do keep all their limbs inside the ride at all times The Risen are waiting, and they are hungry Sugar and Spice and Everything Dies Twice,Marie F Crow



    117 thoughts on “Crown of Betrayal: The Sirens

    • ���Crown of Betrayal��� is a beautifully imagined, mesmerizing fantasy story about the Siren, Verona. She is princess to the throne in an underwater world where mermaids and magic exist. But with power comes those who want it for themselves, and danger and deceit explodes around her when the queen goes missing.I found Verona to be a very strong heroine, and one who adapts quickly when her friends and family have to rely on her. There was much to uncover that had been hidden from her [...]


    • When I first started this book, I thought, "Great, here we go again. Another heroine that is so sheltered that she can't even get out of her own way." I almost gave up and was going to stop reading. I'm so glad that I didn't. This story blossomed! I was so engaged at the end that I couldn't believe the book was over.I will definitely be looking for the next book.Recommended reading. (Just give it the chance it deserves)


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