The transition from teenager to adult blows. But throw in an unexpected (and unwanted) gender swap, and things get a hell of a lot harder. Head down, don’t draw attention, fit in. That’s been Grey’s motto ever since the universe screwed him over, making him—quite literally—a woman in a man’s body. Etna Island was a normal fishing town and tourist destination until four years ago, when a mysterious plague transformed its entire female population into men. Four years ago, Grace Hawthorne became Grey Thorne, and left all her silly, girlish dreams behind. He quickly learned to keep his identity as a morph hidden in a society where discrimination and scorn are commonplace. But that all changes when Grey meets Luca, the handsome guitarist of the local indie band, Lucifer. His growing attraction to another man threatens to destroy his carefully constructed identity and plunges him into a world of ancient gods and monsters. Grey is blindsided by the truth behind The Change. Biological warfare, heavenly judgment…anything would be more believable than the real cause—a curse cast by Grey’s own mother. Now Grey must call on his supernatural heritage to reverse the curse before the imbalance it has caused throws the island’s human and supernatural residents into perpetual winter and death. Aided by an indie rock band, an ambivalent primordial sea god, and a few odd water sprites, the world’s only male siren grapples with powers he doesn’t fully understand. Grey’s journey of self-acceptance will transform him into someone capable of taking on magic and monsters—but his victory may cost him everyone he loves. If Grey breaks the island’s curse, then the man Luca and the rest of Lucifer have grown to love…will disappear forever. Author’s Note (Really, Read it): *Siren Song is book 1 of 2 in the Depths duet. It is poly/reverse harem romance, however book 1 is largely a slower-burn M/M, with F/F and MMMMFF developments in book 2. *Full length book and then some – 138,000 words, no filler, no excerpts. *This book contains adult language, graphic sexual situations, and touches on sensitive topics. Do not read if you are easily triggered. Contains talk of, but no “on-the-page” details regarding suicide. Contains mild bullying (not between members of the romantic relationship), contains mind-control and one implied sexual situation under mind-control (again not to do with the main characters and not horribly graphic, but may be a trigger for some). I believe in happily ever after—but sometimes the road there is rough. *Examines stereotypes and ingrained beliefs about sexuality and gender, as they pertain to the plot of the story. *Ends with the major plot arc finished and a “for now” feel. No mid-action cliffhangers, but does contain questions to be answered in the next book and leave our main character with some hard decisions to make.