Blurb: When Callie Pierce turns 18 she has three very simple goals: avoid her stepfather, escape to an Ivy League university of her dreams, and party with her friends. But on a night like any other, when the moon is full over the ocean, her life changes in a way that no one could have ever seen coming. On the sandy beaches of San Diego she meets Orion, a man from whom she cannot stay away, to whom her return becomes as inevitable as the tide kissing the shore. If that isn’t enough, a kiss which changes everything plunges Callie head first into a world of mythic responsibility, epic danger, and heart stopping romance. The mer, an ancient race of warriors brought forth to defend the seas, show her wonders beyond what is humanly possible, forcing her into an archaic chain of events that bring together power, seduction, violence, and beauty in a terrifying, yet exhilarating mix. Then there’s the Banished to contend with, a group of psirens corrupted by the oceans abyss that stand to destroy the eternity Callie has been promised. Will she sacrifice herself for the greater good, or is the gravity that pulls her to Orion just too great to bear?
I DNF’d this book at 40%. It was just a bit too much detail for me. It was too slow and the descriptions were so detailed that I found myself skimming past them so I could get to some action. Still never found out what the plot was.
The cover is really pretty though!
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[…] The Kiss that Killed Me by Kristy Nicole – Mermaid/roman god book. I have a weakness for all mythology books. If it has to do with any roman gods, I snatch that sucker up fast. I saw this book at an online event I went to. See my review here. […]
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