Roxy's about to turn sixteen, but life isn't so sweet. As a band geek, Roxy can barely get the cute guys to notice her, much less go out with her. Then, on her birthday, Roxy is transformed into a siren: seductively beautiful with the power to control all men. She thought sirens were an ancient myth, but suddenly Roxy can get any guy she wants with just a few notes on her flute.
There are only two rules: don't tell anyone about being a siren, and don't fall in love. When she starts dating Zach, the guy everybody's crushing on, Roxy realizes she could get used to this siren thing...but how can she keep herself from falling in love?
"Roxy is a lovable character, and Toliver does such a wonderful job bringing her and all the other characters to life. The humor is amazing in this book, and the romance is even better. Two thumbs up!" – Book Chic
"This captivating novel was a blend of teenage drama, mixed with humor, creating a masterpiece similar to one of Meg Cabot's finest." - Geraldine Ahearn A.I.O.M.
"I really enjoyed reading The Secret Life of a Teenage Siren. The story is cute and original, the emotions and the characters are real. Roxy acted as most girls would when presented with their dream, even if the actions weren't so desirable. You want to hate her in the beginning for the things she does but as the story goes on you realize that's not her at all. In the end she realizes the meaning of true friendship and the importance of not judging people. The book was entertaining, funny, and a quick read." – The Book Girl
"I know this is a cliché, but I honestly couldn't put it down!" – The Page Flipper