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This novella is short but exciting, I love the plot and the author’s underwater world. The characters are strong and fascinating and easily draw the readers into this vivid world and there are lots of thrilling event that keep readers glued to the pages of this fast paced story that flows smoothly throughout Amae’s story as she discovers that she doesn’t have to be a soldier to keep the balance of the ocean ecosystem. The story is an urban fantasy so while the story hints that there might be a romance in the future, the story is more about forming a new friendship when Amae helps a selkie male. I found the story a delightful read, however I do wish that the story had been a bit longer with more details.
Great quick read that can be read alone, but probably should be read in order (just to fully understand the world better). However, I didn't and still loved the story and characters. Definitely not your "Little Mermaid" story, but if you're looking for a more grown up mermaid tale,, then this might be what you're looking for: darker, a bit of danger, more emotive. Worth the time to read.
The fourth in a serious of six, Siren’s Calling follow Amae Waters as she contends against monsters of the deep and family obligations. It’s a quick read with good pacing, interesting characters, and a hard-to-put-down story. Whether you’re reading this novella as a stand-alone or within the series, you won’t have wasted your time.