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.
Mermaid's Song is the start of a page-turning young adult mermaid trilogy that features gripping supernatural drama, heart-pounding action, and angsty romance. It's written by Stacy Claflin, a two-time USA Today bestselling author.
Read it today to start this trilogy with thrilling new lore that will have you flipping through the pages to find out what happens next.
Other books in the trilogy:
More urban fantasies by Stacy Claflin:
Curse of the Moon series
Valhalla's Curse series
The Transformed series
Great but More!
I really enjoy how this book was written and I enjoy the story line, but I would have enjoyed it better if it was longer. I’m going to continue to read the next two books. I need some depth and ongoing conflict. Something impactful. Marra seems like a girl who goes along with anything and is complacent. She’s not the bold character you want except at the end when she uses her trident. The constant victim of bullies and school officials gets old quickly. The headmistress thing could’ve had more mystery or Marra being intrusive to know more and push it. It was a good light read for an afternoon, but it could’ve been a lot better.
I love this book, it is so funny interesting. I highly recommend this book.
It was a great story, I just wish it was longer, like all 3 books in one.