"A Mermaid with gumption, grace and courage!"
-Dixie Goode, YA Author
5 out of 5 stars
Fun and interesting!
Format: Kindle Edition
I was referred to this book and I have to say, I wasn't disappointed. Very creative story with interesting back story that eventually had me "turning" my kindle pages quickly. The suspense was just enough to keep me intrigued and loved the way the ending has my waiting for the next installment. I was never into mythical stories very much, but this one has just enough of everything to keep me reading.
Memoir of a Mermaid
Seraphin Shedd wanted her high school graduation day to be different, and by different, she meant ordinary. In a life led by tragedy, a break from the flashbacks would have been a welcomed relief. Instead, after the disappearance of her beloved teacher, Ms. Z, her memories became increasingly more vivid.
Only one person, Joseph Merrick, knows where to find Ms. Z, but he's not eager to help. Through an unaccommodating and mysterious persona, Joseph brings Seraphin to an emotional breaking point. If she can learn to trust him, she just might uncover the mystery behind her heartbreaking past. Though, she can't help but wonder if his interest in her is purely for personal gain, or will he prove to be a loyal friend?
Follow along as Seraphin unearths her true identity as well as discovers the evil surrounding her past.
Memoir of a Mermaid
Adrianna Stepiano continues the irresistible tale of Seraphin Shedd, in book #2 of the Memoir of a Mermaid series; When, At Last, She Could See.
Seraphin Shedd knows that something's not quite right with her fellow Guardian Joseph Merrick's behavior. It's been months, and he's still avoiding her. He's never held a grudge for quite so long. Sure, she's frustrating at times--and she nearly destroyed Bar Harbor with a tornado, but Joseph should have never interfered, right? Or, maybe she should have heard him out--instead of exploding with rage.
Seraphin's struggle to understand Joseph's behavior is brought to light after Mara Cottington slaps her with the phrase, "Not everything is about you."
Sometimes the truth hurts more than a lie. Once Seraphin opens her eyes to the idea that reality isn't always what it seems, the mystery of Joseph's behavior is solved.
But, they still have a long summer ahead of them. With sirens, Ms. Z, and Leviathan--what are they planning?
Memoir of a MermAID