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Gaire is a mermaid with a serious problem.... Her fated mate, Calder Brumen, doesn't know she's real. 

But when Gaire learns an evil sea nymph is determined to kill Calder, she vows to protect him. To save Calder, Gaire defies the Queen Mother, breaks Mer law, and brings an unconscious Calder back to the underwater Mer city...only to sink herself in an ocean of trouble.

After the Keeper of the Scrolls is murdered - the first murder in a thousand years - Gaire is drawn into an intricate web of centuries-old lies and deceptions. Gaire must restore the rightful royal succession. It's the only way to safeguard Calder Brumen and preserve the love growing between them.

Local painter Calder Brumen has three goals in life: be the best artist in San Francisco; make good on his promise to his best friend; and marry the mermaid with the glittery leg tattoos.

When the vanishing woman leaves sandy footprints behind, Calder decides she’s more than a figment of his imagination, and his infatuation becomes an obsession. But a mysterious temptress worms her way into his best friend’s world, and Calder has to figure out how to save his childhood pal from the evil clutches of a witch...without losing his chance at landing his happily ever after.

©2015, 2019 Bokerah Brumley (P)2020 Bokerah Brumley

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  • 23-02-2021

Really enjoyed this book

I first thought this was very similar to The Little Mermaid but the book is definitely it’s own story. The narration is good.

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