lived in Nevada, Arizona, Utah, and Texas. She is a fan of all things paranormal and magical, and her dreams include owning a garden full of fairies,
riding a unicorn, and taming the pet dragon she adopted at a recent local ComiCon. She loves to spend time with her family, travel to tropical and exotic destinations, drive in the rain with the convertible top down, and play music at full volume so she can sing along.
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Emma Harris is drowning on dry land.
Her time in the ocean is spent dodging a possessive merman, while her time on
land is split between caring for her special-needs brother and squeezing in every last possible moment of human life. She soon realizes falling for James is unavoidable when he constantly comes to Emma’s rescue and somehow manages to
see through her carefully constructed icy facade to the vulnerability she lives with every day. Everything about James makes Emma yearn for a life on land she just can’t have.
When Emma’s brother disappears on her watch, James is the only person she trusts to help her save him. But even if they can save her brother, nothing can prevent her return to the sea. Whether she likes it or not, Emma is changing—unable to breathe without yielding to the tide—and it’s only a matter of time before she’s forced to surrender forever.
her to see Merrick step from the recessed shadows near the cave wall. His
sudden appearance—in addition to his complete lack of clothes—startled a scream
out of her.
suddenly become betrothed without ever having visited the place she was
supposed to be living within the next year. “Mate? He has given me
to you? But you’re way older than me.”
she couldn’t even picture. “I don’t belong in Atlantis, Merrick. Oceanside has
been my home for sixteen years. My family is here, and my friends. I have a
life. I don’t want to leave.”
progression of life. ”
the harsh honesty in them made Emma pause in the act of pulling a hooded
sweatshirt over her head. “There is no way around it,” he said. “You waste
energy in empty wishing. Tangaroa’s word is law.”