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My life as I know it is over.

And no, I'm not being dramatic. I've been living as a human, but now I have to return to my mermaid roots because my dad is the new king of Valora. As soon as we arrive, he sends me to the Dark Sea Academy. Whispers and glares greet me at every turn. Students accuse my dad of killing the previous king, his brother.

My first night, the most popular girl tries to kill me. I barely escape, only to run into Bash. He's older and one wrong move from being expelled. Also as gorgeous as he is arrogant. For some reason, he keeps looking at me with concern in his eyes while giving me a crooked smirk. Almost makes me forget all my problems.

But I can't let myself get side-tracked by him. I won't. If I'm to survive the academy, I need to focus on staying alive. Unfortunately, that means relying on Bash - and he's a distraction that could very well cost me everything.

©2019 Stacy Claflin (P)2020 Tantor

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  • 22-11-2020

A different twist on mers

I liked the story behind this series. Most stories have mermaids or sirens as evil individuals. This is about a girl who begrudgingly returns home to her underwater world only to be bullied and end up the fodder for family drama.
The only thing that really annoyed me is how everyone wanted our heroine to be stronger but kept her past and many other secrets away from her. If she's old enough to go to college than she should be able to handle some family drama - but for what ever reason Ms Claflin kept treating her like a child without a backbone.
Otherwise the story line was fun, entertaining and definitely YA material and Ms Tina Wolstencroft did a great job bringing a teenagers world to light.

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