- File Size: 3185 KB
- Print Length: 281 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1937996824
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Griffyn Ink (March 31, 2016)
- Publication Date: March 31, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01CDIBJ38
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #959,709 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Ilsa has been the typical party girl spare to the heir but now she has to decide if she's ready to take over for her sister. She's got quite a few insecurities to deal with and she's concerned that others see her as inadequate as she fears she is. She's kinda at a loss until she runs into Paul.
I love the idea of a sexy, nerdy scientist :) The way that Paul wants to know about everything and doesn't get freaked out by the weirdness that he sees makes him a refreshing and interesting hero. Unfortunately his country upbringing, mixed with his cerebral tendencies, means that he's got some hang-ups of his own.
Paul's unique outlook on life and dedication to keeping the earth's waters healthy make him a good mate for Ilsa. He's so intrigued by everything she shows him ... and her obvious appreciation & attraction towards him. While his belief that she can be the leader that her people needs has her believing it as well. It's super sweet to see both of them grow in confidence thanks to the other.
Seders had a lot of fun with the hot cheerleader and the nerd storyline, while the paranormal portion of the story makes it different. I liked how it felt familiar but was funky at the same time. There's a little bit of danger and some fun secondary characters to help round out the story - it keeps things exciting and gives hints to possible future stories. Add it all together & it means I'm super excited to see what comes next!
(Complimentary copy provided in exchange for an honest review)
But Paul has a few surprises of his own. His love and acceptance of Ilsa helps her learn to stop running from her fate. The world-building of the series is expanded and the reader is introduced to other types of elementals.
I look forward to more and more books in this inventive series! Fast-paced and clever, this is a book for all mermaid lovers!
Maybe its because the hero is a ginger, who knows. Paul is completely adorkable. I know hes supposed to be more rednecky but I really latched on to his dork moments. His plot twist made me very happy.
Ilsa proves not to be as shallow and self centered as she was in the first book, and she really responds to the kindness in Paul. I liked that. Her moments of panic before their date were very humanizing.
And Bruce is back, doing very Bruce-y things. I adore Bruce
What is good is the chemistry between the two lead characters. Also, the fantasy and legends in the book are interesting. The author managed to somehow mix ocean tales (mermaids, etc) with actual oceanic science. It was neat.
Lastly, the book was very funny in places. I laughed out loud during several spots.
If the author releases another as part of this series, I'll be happy to purchase it.
I received this item as a sample for review, either free or at a discount.
Ps. I almost never read self published or independent authors because there is a serious lack of editing that bothers me to no end. This book isn't like that.