Jenny Ackerly is devastated when her best friend disappears without a trace, and she vows to continue looking for Carly until she can bring her friend home once and for all. During her latest search, her determination turns to horror when she sees a young boy running from an empty beach into the freezing sea. When the boy doesn't resurface, Jenny's protective instincts ignite, and she rushes to save the child from certain death, swimming farther and deeper than she ever would have on her own, until she is caught in a powerful undertow.
When Jenny resurfaces, she is in a magical underwater world. Orion is the powerful ruler of the Isle of the Sea Serpent and protector of the oceans, but time is running out for him. For hundreds of years, the Eyes of the Sea Serpent have been in his family's possession, giving them power over the oceans, and now they have been stolen! Meanwhile, his oldest son's bargain with the Sea Witch threatens to seal the fate of the merpeople - and possibly that of the Seven Kingdoms.
The situation seems hopeless - until a fiery female from another world appears. Can an unlikely alliance between Jenny and Orion save not only the life of a young boy but the future of an entire kingdom? It will take their combined wits and strengths to survive the evil lurking in the depths of the ocean.
Contains mature themes.
Loved how children can bring a couple in need together, and there wishes come true. Lost family and friends found building a stronger bond. Look forward to the next story of this series.
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Ok, the sex scenes are awful. The rest of the book is pretty adorable. Total fluff read.
For those who like this genre (fantasy), this book is a great tip. The story is charming, with funny moments and a bit of drama as well.
The narrative is excellent, with an inaudible voice intonation.
must read! after reading the first story you have to get this one next so worth it!
David does an excellent job of narrator on S. E. Smith's books. Story line great characters awesome, but the two little boys stole the story. Funny and romantic.