Following the inner thoughts of Lily Hannock, Deep Betrayal, the sequel to Anne Greenwood Brown's Lies Beneath, is a dark and twisted tale of mermaids like you have never laid your eyes on before. Lily imagined a semi-normal life after Calder's sister is no longer out for blood, but when she reveals her father's true merman self, she is stuck ashore while her father and the merman she has come to love roam the deep recesses of Lake Superior.
Zoe was a Glitch in the perfect, orderly, apathetic new world of the Community, but after being rescued by Adrien and the Resistance, or as they call it, the Rez, she finally felt as though she belonged somewhere. Her feeling of safety is destroyed as their fight with the Community comes to an end and their home is overtaken. As a last resort Zoe attempts to destroy the humanity-enslaving mind Link by doing the most dangerous thing of all-- returning to the Community.
Sophie Bloom thought her life was difficult enough having to deal with her absentee mother and her parade of disposable step-dads, not to mention the uptight yoga cult her arch-nemesis Bethany leads, but when she sneaks out of school, runs into smokin' hot Kai and shares a steamy kiss that induces hullucinations her whole life goes topsy-turvy. Sophie must discover whether or not the images that flash in her head of gods and awe-inspiring powers are a trick of her imagination or memories of a past life.
Jacinda has ancient Draki blood running deep in her veins, so when Cassian’s sister Miram, daughter of the Draki Pride leader, is taken by the enemy to a facility where Drakis never return from, she feels obligated to save her, especially since her love for hunter Will is the reason Miram was captured in the first place. To get Miram back and repair her dream of riding off into the sunset with Will, Jacinda takes the ultimate risk and gets herself captured. However, when she arrives and a seemingly ancient Draki threatens her escape all appears to be lost.