The Lost Blue

By Darkerside All Rights Reserved ©

Fantasy / Adventure

Blurb

Ann Bitterday may never be able to let go of the past; of the death of her sister. Megan Bitterday had been found on the beach one morning after she was suspected of drowning while taking a midnight swim. But some part of Ann never believed that was the cause, how could Megan, who could swim like a Mermaid, die drowning? But then again why would she commit suicide? The answer to that may lie deep down in the pitch black part of the sea and Ann probably would never be able to dive deep or hold her breath long enough. But when she meets Mirey Downstream; a Merman stranded on the East Coast, she was determined to know the truth. And that may all be it until she finds her heart sinking for Mirey and his belief that she was not his soul mate. Would she give up and let herself be swoon by his best friend, Tiago Coldfin, who had secrets like the Sirens down in the deepest trench? Lost in the cold blue sea and love, Ann believes now that finding the cause of her sister’s death may also unravel something more to the missing Mermaids.

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pragyaalwaysbored: Gr8 book. Love the old Shakespearean writing style

Mayra Vidal Nunes: I like the storyline the characters development and specially like how to they denied their feelings for each other. Now they are mated I want to know their continue and what will happen. This book it’s one of my first favourites. I look forward to see what more you will do with this story.

K Brockton: It was good. It was confusing when in the middle of the chapter the character pov change. When the pov change you should write who is speaking, it helps a lot

Corlette Hagemeier Viljoen: It is just amazing, cant wait to rub it in Ricks face!

Nana Afua: Its a lovely book to read and I enjoyed reading.

Melissa Brady: Overall great book! Would make an excellent novel if drawn out more and more details given about the mother. Seemed almost like a loose end being quickly tied up, leaving 2 major events competing against one another.

Radwaaaaa: I liked the book for its idea. Yet there wasn’t that much drama or any kind of unexpected, jaw dropping plot twists. The writer still Managed to kept me hooked as it is very short and endearing.

MariaHalo: This book is amazing I would totally suggest it to other people I cried I screamed I felt happiness and I know I'm late but I love this book and would pay anything for this book to be published in a hard copy and a library.

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Donna Bolton: Wonderful, good story line so far, not very bad grammar and punctuation. Looking forward to reading more!

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Corlean Nolan: I loved the story!!!!I would refer it to my friends.I chose this book because I love the genre and the title and description drew me in.

lineogundersen: I like it alot but as an emotional person hate when the world the fictional characters live in is one where Aloha claims a mate and that mate becomes an object at that point to everyone around them for just appreciate. Like that's how Linda's are portrayed if you think about it and just the menti...

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