Book review

Posted: December 21, 2015 in books


She wanted her life to change … he wanted his to stay the same.
Seventeen-year-old Ashlyn Lanski is tired of her boring, single life. Swimming and spending time with Tatiana, her best friend, are her only sanctuary. The girls plan to leave their drab lakeside town far behind for college, and Ash hopes to finally ditch her longtime crush for Finley, Tatiana’s twin brother. But when Tatiana and her family fail to return home after a family emergency, Ashlyn makes an irrational decision to deal with her loss of them.

Finley Helton and his family are good at blending in with humans as they run their sailing charter business in Lake Tahoe. The truth is they guard an ancient secret. When a not so routine meeting forces Finley, Tatiana and their mother to return to their underwater home of Natatoria, they learn Fin’s father will lead a dangerous mission. They must stay in Natatoria and wait for his return, but Fin can’t stay caged up for long.

Secrets lurk beneath the deep blue waters of Lake Tahoe, and a simple lifesaving kiss will change their lives forever.

This is not my usual paranormal preference but I found that I did enjoy this book and will be purchasing the next in the series, however there were a few disappointing parts. The random new found popularity for ash in school   was a bit confusing. As was the fact that the most sought after guy had conveniently broken up with the most popular girl and set his sights on ash. Maybe there is more to it in part two but it felt out of place for me. Also the end where ash finally learns about fin was a little too rushed and the way that she just accepted it all was a little on the unbelievable side, but overall a good read.


Four stars from me 😀


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