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Daughter of the Siren Queen (Daughter of the Pirate King, #2) Daughter of the Siren Queen by Tricia Levenseller
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“Your enchantments last long after your song fades.”
Tricia Levenseller, Daughter of the Siren Queen
“I may not have been born in the sea, but I was born to rule it.
I am the daughter of the siren queen.”
Tricia Levenseller, Daughter of the Siren Queen
“I think you love me.
I do.
I think I love you too.
You think?
I know.”
Tricia Levenseller, Daughter of the Siren Queen
“A pirate at sea has a peg leg, a hook for a hand, and an eye patch. One of his companions asks him how he lost his leg.” “Please stop,” Kearan begs. “He answers, ‘A cannonball.’ Then his companion asks how he lost his hand. He answers, ‘A sword.’” “Enwen, I will knock you unconscious,” Kearan threatens, but I can tell he doesn’t have the energy to carry it out. “When the companion asks how he lost his eye, the man says, ‘A spray of the sea.’” Kearan stares at Enwen. “That doesn’t even make any sense.” “It was his first day with the hook.”
Tricia Levenseller, Daughter of the Siren Queen
“Riden is up in the rigging, fiddling with the sails. He’s barefoot, shirtless, and he’s gone a few days without shaving. Holy hell. I’m staring. I know it, but I can’t seem to stop.
“I could get used to warm weather,” Niridia says from next to me. “Won’t exactly make everyone smell nice, but the view is vastly improved.”
I should have a clever response, but all I can manage is “Aye.”
Tricia Levenseller, Daughter of the Siren Queen
“I have twenty-eight excellent girls aboard this ship, and their pasts have shaped them. Just as yours has shaped you. And every single one of them, down to little Roslyn, deserves your respect.”
Tricia Levenseller, Daughter of the Siren Queen
“She curtsies elegantly before skipping off, probably to weave flowers into crowns or to hug a barnacle, or something.”
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“I braved the ocean for you. Will you brave land for your queen?”
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“Riden!” I shout, remembering something. He looks up again. “Go below and shave. You look haggard.”...
“Haggard?” Niridia asks. She’s at the helm. Kearan, it would seem, hasn’t arrived yet. I join her. “That man is handsome as hell.”
Tricia Levenseller, Daughter of the Siren Queen
“It seems the only way to have a conversation alone with you is to ambush you in the halls.”
“Most men would take that as a hint and back the hell off.”
Tricia Levenseller, Daughter of the Siren Queen
“It’s not a question of if you’ll win, I continue. The only question is whether you will choose to fight. Will you fight for your queen? Will you fight for your waters and treasure? Will you fight for your little ones?”
Tricia Levenseller, Daughter of the Siren Queen
“Kearan has the emotional depth of a clam.”
Tricia Levenseller, Daughter of the Siren Queen
“Three coins into the sea, Captain. One for the stars, one for the sky and one for the ocean" he says.
"what need have they for money?"
"It's not about need, it's about showing reverence”
Tricia Levenseller, Daughter of the Siren Queen
“The changes only make him look more roguish. Dangerous. Almost irresistibly handsome.
He'll need to shave first thing when he leaves the room. Otherwise the girls won't be able to focus on their work.”
Tricia Levenseller, Daughter of the Siren Queen
“He holds the canteen out to me, and I take a sniff. It’s water. “She dumped all of my flasks into the sea while I slept,” Kearan says. “Didn’t realize she cared so much.”
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“My stomach drops at our salvation right ahead of us, our doom right behind us. We cannot have one without the other.”
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“That blond fellow with the curly tresses. Looks a bit like a girl."
At my confused look, he adds, "The one who helped overpower the strength of the Night Farer with you father."
"Oh, you mean Tylon? He looks nothing like a girl." Though I'd pay a fortune to have Riden say otherwise in front of him.”
Tricia Levenseller, Daughter of the Siren Queen