Galen is a Triton royal given leave to live life on land and be a Syrena ambassador to humans. When he spots Emma using a gift that has disappeared from among his people, he can't believe it, and he really can't believe she doesn't know she even has the gift. Determined to find out her secret, he follows her home, but he has to admit that it's not the importance of Emma's gift to his people that attracts him to her.
Unbelievable hijinks ensue as Emma and Galen's relationship blossoms from suspicion to love. Soon Emma is exploring a world she never knew existed and is suddenly plunged into the dramas of mermaid-kind that strike even closer to home than she could ever have imagined.
When I'm looking for something a little lightweight and fast reading to enjoy, YA romance is what I
The second book has a satisfying conclusion, while the third, Of Neptune, shoots off in a new direction, a direction with an overprotective love interest and the beginnings of what looked to be an irritating love triangle, not to mention the return of "ohmysweetgoodness." I decided within 60 pages that while Banks wrote a trilogy, I was happy to leave this series a duology.
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