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Troubled by PTSD and struggling to reintegrate into society, former Marine Evan Hunter is a haunted man. When a sailing trip ends in disaster, he's stranded in a secret ocean facility called the Dome. And now he's hallucinating. Mermaids don't exist...do they? Then his colleagues begin disappearing. Some show up strangely maimed. Trapped deep below the waves, Evan isn't su Troubled by PTSD and struggling to reintegrate into society, former Marine Evan Hunter is a haunted man. When a sailing trip ends in disaster, he's stranded in a secret ocean facility called the Dome. And now he's hallucinating. Mermaids don't exist...do they? Then his colleagues begin disappearing. Some show up strangely maimed. Trapped deep below the waves, Evan isn't sure who he can trust. That includes the mysterious beauty he's falling in love with. Sariana has her own mission: revenge. But the closer she gets to Evan, the more she begins doubting herself. Do all the humans deserve her vengeance? Time is running out for Evan and Sariana. Both must pick a side to fight for. But what happens if they don't choose the same one? NB - SIREN'S CALL is published by Wild Rose Press 'Fantasy Rose' imprint, and (despite the strong central romance) is not a romance novel. Content Warnings: PTSD Violence Body Experiments Child Death in flashback


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Troubled by PTSD and struggling to reintegrate into society, former Marine Evan Hunter is a haunted man. When a sailing trip ends in disaster, he's stranded in a secret ocean facility called the Dome. And now he's hallucinating. Mermaids don't exist...do they? Then his colleagues begin disappearing. Some show up strangely maimed. Trapped deep below the waves, Evan isn't su Troubled by PTSD and struggling to reintegrate into society, former Marine Evan Hunter is a haunted man. When a sailing trip ends in disaster, he's stranded in a secret ocean facility called the Dome. And now he's hallucinating. Mermaids don't exist...do they? Then his colleagues begin disappearing. Some show up strangely maimed. Trapped deep below the waves, Evan isn't sure who he can trust. That includes the mysterious beauty he's falling in love with. Sariana has her own mission: revenge. But the closer she gets to Evan, the more she begins doubting herself. Do all the humans deserve her vengeance? Time is running out for Evan and Sariana. Both must pick a side to fight for. But what happens if they don't choose the same one? NB - SIREN'S CALL is published by Wild Rose Press 'Fantasy Rose' imprint, and (despite the strong central romance) is not a romance novel. Content Warnings: PTSD Violence Body Experiments Child Death in flashback

30 review for Siren's Call

  1. 4 out of 5

    Clementine Fraser

    Before I slip on outta here I wanted to say - I really hope you enjoy this book and thanks for taking the time to review :) I also wanted to answer a couple of anticipated questions: Is this a Romance? No, it has a central, and important, love story, but it is a fantasy scifi adventure, not a romance. Is it a standalone or will there be a sequel? Although it can be read by itself, a sequel is planned! Hopefully the publisher will love it too.

  2. 4 out of 5

    R.Q. Woodward

    The mermaids in this book and mermaid society ARE EVERYTHING. Very creative and realistic mer culture, and the characters (human and mer) are well thought out and just fantastic. I basically want to be friends with half the cast and live as a mermaid in this world. Great stuff all around. But it’s poignant too! Fraser ripped my heart out a few times throughout this story—no spoilers—and I’m still not quite over it. I’d totally read the story again and again tho and am SERIOUSLY hoping for a book The mermaids in this book and mermaid society ARE EVERYTHING. Very creative and realistic mer culture, and the characters (human and mer) are well thought out and just fantastic. I basically want to be friends with half the cast and live as a mermaid in this world. Great stuff all around. But it’s poignant too! Fraser ripped my heart out a few times throughout this story—no spoilers—and I’m still not quite over it. I’d totally read the story again and again tho and am SERIOUSLY hoping for a book two 🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼

  3. 5 out of 5

    Rinou

    C’est dommage que certaines situations ne soient pas mieux expliquées, et même s’il y a une petite histoire d’amour, il n’y a pas de HEA pour le couple (et vu le twist c’est normal !). Par contre ce roman m’a rappelé les livres de science-fiction que j’aimais quand j’étais ado. Avis complet VO https://www.goodreads.com/review/show... VF https://www.tapatalk.com/groups/lesro... C’est dommage que certaines situations ne soient pas mieux expliquées, et même s’il y a une petite histoire d’amour, il n’y a pas de HEA pour le couple (et vu le twist c’est normal !). Par contre ce roman m’a rappelé les livres de science-fiction que j’aimais quand j’étais ado. Avis complet VO https://www.goodreads.com/review/show... VF https://www.tapatalk.com/groups/lesro...

  4. 5 out of 5

    Les Romantiques

    Posted on Les Romantiques - Le forum du site Reviewed by Rinou Review Copy from the Publisher I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own. First I must warn that the publisher chose to present this book in the Romance section on Netgalley, but the author herself warns that it’s not a romance, in spite of a central love story. We meet here Evan when, after a shipwreck, he finds himself in a scientific base installed at the bottom of the ocean. I Posted on Les Romantiques - Le forum du site Reviewed by Rinou Review Copy from the Publisher I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own. First I must warn that the publisher chose to present this book in the Romance section on Netgalley, but the author herself warns that it’s not a romance, in spite of a central love story. We meet here Evan when, after a shipwreck, he finds himself in a scientific base installed at the bottom of the ocean. I liked Evan as a character; he’s a disillusioned former marine, full of remorse and prey to flashbacks. His best friend’s death in the shipwreck doesn’t help, and when he’s offered to stay and work in the submarine base he accepts without many questions. But very soon he feels something is amiss, and instead of turning a blind eye like the others, he seeks answers then decides to act in order to put things right. The main feminine character, Sariana, is part of the sea people, and she poses as a human to try and get useful information for her people. The reasons why the sea people are at war with the base’s scientists are partially shown in the first chapter, and we discover as we go along the horror of the experiments done on mermaids as on humans (some staff members who are forced to cooperate under the threat of reprisals against their families), in order to create super warriors. Between these two characters there’s some attraction quite fast, but each distrusts the other, and there are some repetitions especially in Sariana’s thoughts concerning the fact he’s human. As for the secondary characters, there are of course some of the base’s staff, some of them nice who become sort of friend with the hero, others more unpleasant like a soldier who likes to attack Evan, or the chief scientist who I’d have liked to dissect alive myself. We also meet several members of the sea people, like Sariana’s sister and her husband. I liked that the author took the time to show the impact of human’s activity on the mermaids’ living place: pollution, death of some seaweed, However I found the story wasn’t flowing enough, at times it seemed like parts, explanations, or some depth were lacking. This novel reminded me the science-fiction novels I used to read when I was a teen: there’s the mystery about the base, the supernatural creatures, the disillusioned hero who turns out to be morally very decent, and signs of a love story. I even remember reading a story where the heroine got gills after a scientific experiment that seemed less painful than the one Evan goes through (I don’t remember the title or the author so feel free to tell me if it rings a bell). However I didn’t expect the final twist, even if afterward there were some clues that could have warned me. All in all I still appreciated this novel in spite of the points I noted earlier, and if you don’t have prejudice against SF without HEA, you should appreciate too.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Tanja Glavnik

    I received an advance review copy for free, and I am leaving this review voluntarily. This was a FANTASTIC book to start off 2021 with. Yeah, okay, I got the copy way before 2020 ended - but with the holidays and all, I never got around to it before now, and I regret it. It's just so good! The premise is fairly simple, really: if humanity knew about a different race sharing their planet - a race of humanoids, mind, with similar characteristics to ourselves - would we be willing to work with them, o I received an advance review copy for free, and I am leaving this review voluntarily. This was a FANTASTIC book to start off 2021 with. Yeah, okay, I got the copy way before 2020 ended - but with the holidays and all, I never got around to it before now, and I regret it. It's just so good! The premise is fairly simple, really: if humanity knew about a different race sharing their planet - a race of humanoids, mind, with similar characteristics to ourselves - would we be willing to work with them, or would it turn into some sort of Jurassic Park meets Deep Blue Sea concept of dog eats dog kind of world? This is at the heart of Siren's Call. What happens when two species meet - when it becomes clear they aren't equal, but neither can overcome the other. Can they work together? Or will one try to overpower the other? And more importantly, what cost is each side willing to pay to achieve their goals? In the middle of all this we get the obligatory love story between a human and a mer, but with a twist at the end I didn't see coming - and I've read so many books at this point I'd have thought nothing could surprise me anymore. But WOW did this shock me! The characters in Siren's Call are really well done, each with their own motivations, their own lines they don't want to cross, but some feel those lines more deeply than others. What happens, then, when one of those involves crosses the line, so deep into it that they don't even know where it began? When they begin to believe that it's the only choice, the only way out, what do you do then? When you love them? There's so much to unpack in Siren's Call that it's almost impossible to summarize in one simple review. It was sci-fi, yes, it was fantasy, also yes, but equally it was action, it was romance, it was a little bit of magic, and it was The Little Mermaid come to life in a more vivid picture, a darker representation, than before. I loved it. I also REALLY loved the way the Mer were described and presented, the descriptions flowed wonderfully. There were some minor errors here or there, and I would've liked to know a bit more in-depth about the contracts, which seem a big deal in this book, but I couldn't quite figure out exactly why or how, but other than that this is a stellar read. Between Evan and Ana, and all the supporting cast, from Amatheia to Char and Khalid, I believe every reader can find someone to attach to. Best of all, the author has said there IS a sequel in the works, so I'm REALLY looking forward to that! 10/10, would recommend.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Bookreviewgirl_xo

    Sariana is a mermaid who's brother got killed by humans. Since then all she wanted was revenge. Evan is an ex-Marine who was saved by a mermaid when he was drowning when he was sailing with his friend, Dan. But ended up in the dome, the place underwater where secret experiments were going on by humans. He met Ana and they both fell in love despite their moral differences and trust issues. But then when it came to choosing between love and their believes, everything went downhill. Secrets were re Sariana is a mermaid who's brother got killed by humans. Since then all she wanted was revenge. Evan is an ex-Marine who was saved by a mermaid when he was drowning when he was sailing with his friend, Dan. But ended up in the dome, the place underwater where secret experiments were going on by humans. He met Ana and they both fell in love despite their moral differences and trust issues. But then when it came to choosing between love and their believes, everything went downhill. Secrets were revealed which turned everyone's world upside down. Some points of mine - -“They won’t because they don’t give a shit. They see them as animals.” Seriously! I hate it when people talk like this. People refer to animals like they're some kind of object, not a living being. What's wrong with them? I'm not just talking about the book, but even in real life people do hurtful and cruel things to animals. I don't understand how. One look in their cute little eyes and you'd be goner. At least that's what happen to me anyway. They're just so cute. Doesn't matter what animal. I'm being extra sensitive about this but I'm not gonna apologize for this. -At some point, I think Evan and Char seemed like a better couple because all he talked about is Char and Dan. It was annoying. I know they are friends and all, still annoying. To be honest, it would've been a really good story if Dan was a girl, Evan is in love with. Got separated and trying to find their way to each other. Or, Evan and Ana could've an unconditional love without trust issues. By the way, this book doesn't have any 'Happily Ever After'. You've been warned. https://astrodriana.blogspot.com/2021...

  7. 4 out of 5

    Suzanne

    Evan, an ex-military who struggles with PTSD, crashes in the ocean and is rescued by both mermaid and humans. Brought to this secret organisation in the depths of the sea, with no way to escape, he decides quickly to join these people. A new chance to do something good for the world. I loved how this book explored the differences between the human society and the mer society, making them more than just these 'look-pretty' mermaids and merman. Their views and reasons to be against the humans are m Evan, an ex-military who struggles with PTSD, crashes in the ocean and is rescued by both mermaid and humans. Brought to this secret organisation in the depths of the sea, with no way to escape, he decides quickly to join these people. A new chance to do something good for the world. I loved how this book explored the differences between the human society and the mer society, making them more than just these 'look-pretty' mermaids and merman. Their views and reasons to be against the humans are more than accurate and I think the writer did a great job portraying them. However, I don't think the portraying of Evan's PTSD is accurate, by mentioning it at the beginning of the story so prominent and even in the blurb, you expect it to play a bigger role. However, it only comes up once as a troubling situation. Also, the book is not a romance, but a sci-fi/fantasy. However, I think that the romance actually does play a big part of it. Without the romance, the story would not have progressed the way it did. The twist at the end came somehow both unexpected and predictable. I did not really pick up the hints through the story. But there was not really another choice for it to be like this. All together, it was a nice book to read for a while. I won't hold anything against it and might even recommend it for people that are into non-standard mermaid stories. However, the book sadly wasn't for me. I want to thank Booksirens and Clementine Fraser for providing me with an advance review copy of this book, and I am leaving this review voluntarily.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Cat

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Gah, I'm not sure where to go with this review! I received an ARC of this book from Netgalley through their romance section, but in spite of a romantic element, it's really sci-fi with a touch of fantasy (because mermaids). (Actually, while the characters are adults, the story reads a lot more like a YA dystopian novel, so if that's your jam...) Anyway, I almost lowered it a star, but then I just saw the author's post on Goodreads, and she clearly says it's sci-fi fantasy and not romance. So any Gah, I'm not sure where to go with this review! I received an ARC of this book from Netgalley through their romance section, but in spite of a romantic element, it's really sci-fi with a touch of fantasy (because mermaids). (Actually, while the characters are adults, the story reads a lot more like a YA dystopian novel, so if that's your jam...) Anyway, I almost lowered it a star, but then I just saw the author's post on Goodreads, and she clearly says it's sci-fi fantasy and not romance. So any disappointment with the direction the story goes in the last quarter of the book is really because of a misclassification and not the author's intent. I don't like spoilers, but I feel like--for the sake of the romance lovers out there--I have to at least let you know POSSIBLE SPOILER: There's a not unhappy ending, but there's no HEA here. END SPOILER. For me, I suspected what was happening pretty much immediately, and I was disappointed to be right. Apart from that, the book is well written, and I suspect that sci-fi fans especially will find the book to be solid and satisfying. So how to rate it? As a romance, it's zero stars for me, but it's not supposed to be a romance. I don't read a lot of sci-fi, so how it compares within the genre, hmm, dunno? So I'll just go with how the story flowed for me. Mostly good characters, a fast and exciting plot, an original idea, and a decent ending (with a possible sequel) = 4 to 4.5/5. I received an ARC of this book from the publisher and Netgalley in exchange for my honest opinion. Thanks!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Kim

    **I received an ARC from Book Sirens and am leaving this review voluntarily.** I really enjoyed this book. It was a unique and fresh viewpoint from an under-represented fantasy species. I can't quite seem to put my finger on why I won't give it five stars. -Characters: well-developed, entertaining -plot: Had a nice arc to it, sizzled in a couple of places, I got annoyed in a couple of places too, so that might be my hold up. -pet peeves: The author didn't hit any of my peeves...this was a good leng **I received an ARC from Book Sirens and am leaving this review voluntarily.** I really enjoyed this book. It was a unique and fresh viewpoint from an under-represented fantasy species. I can't quite seem to put my finger on why I won't give it five stars. -Characters: well-developed, entertaining -plot: Had a nice arc to it, sizzled in a couple of places, I got annoyed in a couple of places too, so that might be my hold up. -pet peeves: The author didn't hit any of my peeves...this was a good length novel, no crazy cliffhanger at the end because she really meant to write three novels instead of one decent one. I guess I go with the plot for why I won't shell out that fifth star. It was a really good read, entertaining and fun. That being said, it was missing that something that places it in the read it again pile.

  10. 4 out of 5

    J.W. Ellenhall

    This book is a fabulous twist on almost every mermaid trope you've ever heard of.🤩 It has impossible romance, mystery, & a good dose of suspense! I loved: *the premise with all its shadowy military cover-ups & fantastical undersea worlds *the mermaid sex *the damaged Evan wrestling his inner demons as he fights to save others *ALL the mermaid characters *the highlighting of the costs of all wars (above & below the sea) I'm just sad that my "ship" sank, even though I should've known it would happen. A This book is a fabulous twist on almost every mermaid trope you've ever heard of.🤩 It has impossible romance, mystery, & a good dose of suspense! I loved: *the premise with all its shadowy military cover-ups & fantastical undersea worlds *the mermaid sex *the damaged Evan wrestling his inner demons as he fights to save others *ALL the mermaid characters *the highlighting of the costs of all wars (above & below the sea) I'm just sad that my "ship" sank, even though I should've known it would happen. A couple of character ARCS didn't quite land the way I wanted/hoped they would 😢 -- word of warning, don't expect a perfect HEA here, folks. But the twist at the end about the villain was - WOW. It made me question everything. The clues were there, but I totally missed them.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Robin Perrtree

    Definitely NOT your typical mermaid story, or maybe it is? My young daughter would be appalled but some of the old sailor's stories were darker, I should have expected this to lean that direction with the "Siren" in the title, not to mention the description I read... This was a bit more violent that my usual reading selection, but this fantasy/sci-fi story was worth it. The plot twists kept me on the edge of my seat with e-reader in hand. The characters (both human and mer) were well written and Definitely NOT your typical mermaid story, or maybe it is? My young daughter would be appalled but some of the old sailor's stories were darker, I should have expected this to lean that direction with the "Siren" in the title, not to mention the description I read... This was a bit more violent that my usual reading selection, but this fantasy/sci-fi story was worth it. The plot twists kept me on the edge of my seat with e-reader in hand. The characters (both human and mer) were well written and I loved all the abilities that the merfolk possess. I received an advance review copy for free, and I am leaving this review voluntarily.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Jasmine Alia

    I love mermaid stories and this one featured probably the most unique concept I've ever read. I won't spoil what happens(although my mind is still reeling from cetrain events that occur)but my favorite part of this read was how the Mers were portrayed. I am a strong advocate for the ocean and I loved how protective the Mers were of keeping it clean as well as the concern for their kind. I was offered an ARC of this book to review for free and overall enjoyed it! Check out my blog for a full leng I love mermaid stories and this one featured probably the most unique concept I've ever read. I won't spoil what happens(although my mind is still reeling from cetrain events that occur)but my favorite part of this read was how the Mers were portrayed. I am a strong advocate for the ocean and I loved how protective the Mers were of keeping it clean as well as the concern for their kind. I was offered an ARC of this book to review for free and overall enjoyed it! Check out my blog for a full length review(Link in bio)

  13. 5 out of 5

    Lucille

    **I received an ARC from Book Sirens and am leaving this review voluntarily.** Former Marine Evan Hunter and Sariana, a mermaid, are the two protagonists in this story where two species who inhabit the same planet are at opposites. Of course, the humans feel superior to the other humanoid species. It is a well thought-out story with an amazing twist at the end. It is action-packed, yet not without emotions. The characters are well-rounded, believable, serious yet entertaining. I enjoyed this book **I received an ARC from Book Sirens and am leaving this review voluntarily.** Former Marine Evan Hunter and Sariana, a mermaid, are the two protagonists in this story where two species who inhabit the same planet are at opposites. Of course, the humans feel superior to the other humanoid species. It is a well thought-out story with an amazing twist at the end. It is action-packed, yet not without emotions. The characters are well-rounded, believable, serious yet entertaining. I enjoyed this book, it is not a five-star book, yet somewhat more than a four-star one.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Sara

    I received an advance review copy for free, and I am leaving this review voluntarily. Siren's Call had me on the edge of my seat. I laughed. I was angry. I was sad. My heart broke plenty throughout the book. The story line is solid. The characters are likable and relatable. The author did great with the story telling, a different story for mermaids and I loved it. Minus a few errors, it was a solid book, I just don't give out five stars often. I'm planning to buy a copy once published to read the I received an advance review copy for free, and I am leaving this review voluntarily. Siren's Call had me on the edge of my seat. I laughed. I was angry. I was sad. My heart broke plenty throughout the book. The story line is solid. The characters are likable and relatable. The author did great with the story telling, a different story for mermaids and I loved it. Minus a few errors, it was a solid book, I just don't give out five stars often. I'm planning to buy a copy once published to read the finished copy and see if it changes. Kudos on a job well done!

  15. 4 out of 5

    Marion Craggs

    I received a free advance copy of this book and wanted to leave a review. I was not expecting too much from a free book. But I really enjoyed reading it despite it being different to what I would usually read. It’s well written and held my attention. I felt I got to know the characters well throughout the book so was taken by surprise by the twist in the tale towards the end and that does not happen often. I won’t say more as I don’t want to spoil the story for anyone else.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Veronica Strachan

    Darkly delightful fantasy Mermaids and marines is an unexpected combination, but it works brilliantly. This is a clever and twisted tale with well-written characters and a page turning plot with a few surprises that I didn't see coming. It also carries an environmental thread that nudges your conscience to life. A great publishing debut from Fraser. A great fantasy scifi genre bender. Darkly delightful fantasy Mermaids and marines is an unexpected combination, but it works brilliantly. This is a clever and twisted tale with well-written characters and a page turning plot with a few surprises that I didn't see coming. It also carries an environmental thread that nudges your conscience to life. A great publishing debut from Fraser. A great fantasy scifi genre bender.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Lori

    Received as a review copy, this is an honest review. Even Hunter's life goes upside down the moment that should have ended his life... only to be saved by a real mermaid and not his mind torn apart by PTSD. An unknown government facility conducting bizarre experiments that are leaving bodies and mermaids seeking vengeance against bringing them so much danger. Even finds himself caught in the middle that could cost everything. Received as a review copy, this is an honest review. Even Hunter's life goes upside down the moment that should have ended his life... only to be saved by a real mermaid and not his mind torn apart by PTSD. An unknown government facility conducting bizarre experiments that are leaving bodies and mermaids seeking vengeance against bringing them so much danger. Even finds himself caught in the middle that could cost everything.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Suzy Ostapower

    As humans we are destroying our world. I see it everywhere. There’s suffering on land and sea. This book left an ache in my heart. I did enjoy the story and the characters are very well written. The author did an excellent job at their development. I received an advance review copy for free, and I am leaving this review voluntarily.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Melissa

    So lucky to get to read an ARC of this! The characters were amazing - two side characters have stolen my heart (and I secretly ship them, though I've no reason to). The plot was fascinating and the climax knocked me on my butt. For real. Blindsided. This book ripped me to shreds in all the best ways and I cannot wait to see what amazing work Clemetine brings us next! So lucky to get to read an ARC of this! The characters were amazing - two side characters have stolen my heart (and I secretly ship them, though I've no reason to). The plot was fascinating and the climax knocked me on my butt. For real. Blindsided. This book ripped me to shreds in all the best ways and I cannot wait to see what amazing work Clemetine brings us next!

  20. 4 out of 5

    Nadine

    I really enjoyed this story. You don't often find stories with mermaids especially when there is also romance. I was really impressed with how the author was able to incorporate real life with the magic of mermaids and the mad science of the research station. I found the ending different and unexpected. I definitely recommend this book. I received a free copy of this book. I really enjoyed this story. You don't often find stories with mermaids especially when there is also romance. I was really impressed with how the author was able to incorporate real life with the magic of mermaids and the mad science of the research station. I found the ending different and unexpected. I definitely recommend this book. I received a free copy of this book.

  21. 4 out of 5

    L. Storms

    Unique mermaid story! Not what I expected at all and not what I’d normally pick up. Clementine Fraser’s is a talented writer and I look forward to seeing future works from her...especially a sequel to Siren’s Call. Because omg, I wanted more!!!

  22. 4 out of 5

    Elvira

    I had a great time with the well written and smooth flowing Storyline. The characters are engaging and well developed with plenty of chemistry throughout the pages. The author did a great job. I received an advance review copy, and I am leaving this review voluntarily.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Pamela Woodson

    I love mermaids and this bool gave me my mermaid fix along with songs and a hot man. I would to continue to read more books like this one. I could not put it down......Awesome job...... I received an advance review copy for free, and I am leaving this review voluntarily.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Kay Mcleer

    I really enjoyed reading this book, the characters were great and I really enjoyed the storyline. The writing style was great and I look forward to reading more from the author. I received an advance review copy for free, and I am leaving this review voluntarily.

  25. 5 out of 5

    BookAddict ✒ La Crimson Femme

    New to me author Ms. Fraser throws me into a whirlpool of scientific cruelty, magical merpeople and damaged war veterns. I picked up this book because I love reading about mermaids. As a water lover, I was interested to see another interpretation of a mermaid society. I am surprised and pleased by the coldness displayed by the merpeople in this book. Is this going to be a series? It would be interesting to see because I want to learn more about this underwater world. To read the rest of my review New to me author Ms. Fraser throws me into a whirlpool of scientific cruelty, magical merpeople and damaged war veterns. I picked up this book because I love reading about mermaids. As a water lover, I was interested to see another interpretation of a mermaid society. I am surprised and pleased by the coldness displayed by the merpeople in this book. Is this going to be a series? It would be interesting to see because I want to learn more about this underwater world. To read the rest of my review, click on the image below to see it on my website.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Phyllis

    I really enjoyed this book.  From the first page, I  was hooked. I loved the characters and the storyline was great. I was given an Advanced Reader Copy and voluntarily reviewed it.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Amanda Evernden

    I received an advance review copy for free, and I am leaving this review voluntarily. Absolutely loved reading this. Fantasy romance is my favourite kind of book and once i started reading this, I couldn't put it down! Filled with action and emotions it is a must read. From the first page its soo detailed throughout that you can almost picture yourself there and feel everything they feel, which I've not felt in some books i have read. I will definitely look out for more of her work. I received an advance review copy for free, and I am leaving this review voluntarily. Absolutely loved reading this. Fantasy romance is my favourite kind of book and once i started reading this, I couldn't put it down! Filled with action and emotions it is a must read. From the first page its soo detailed throughout that you can almost picture yourself there and feel everything they feel, which I've not felt in some books i have read. I will definitely look out for more of her work.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Jessica Mondy

  29. 5 out of 5

    Piper

  30. 4 out of 5

    Tim Mackenzie

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