Princess of Mermaids
Kindle Edition, 492 pages
Published November 5th 2019 by Avanell Publishing (first published November 2019)
A mermaid without a home. A king without a queen. Can two unlikely souls bridge the gap between worlds?
Under the sea lives Fiora, the child of a human and a mermaid. Despite her best efforts, she has never found a place to belong. Worse, the other mermaids have accused her of waking a kraken with dark magic and threatened to silence her.
Above on land lives King Gustave, sworn not to marry until he finds his missing father. After a shipwreck almost kills him, he does find a missing person. Not his father, but a mute girl with haunting eyes and a strange connection to the sea.
Can Gustave unravel the mysteries around her before they both run out of time?
Princess of Mermaids is a retelling of The Little Mermaid and the third book in the Fairy Tale Adventures series. These books take place in the same world, but each novel is a stand-alone with a fairy tale ending. Enjoy them one by one or read the entire series to see how everything connects.
If you like strong characters, sweet romance, and daring escapades, dive into Princess of Mermaids today!
This is the third book in the Fairy Tale Adventures series by A.G. Marshall.
This was a really interesting book. I like how the first two books in this series feature characters that will show up in upcoming books. Although, I was not a fan of Fiora in book one. She came off as annoying and self righteous. In this book we experience her feelings and who she really is after her father banishes her to the sea. Carina’s father did a similar thing in book two. I feel so sorry for these characters whose families turn away from them for their own self interested reasons. I guess that is what makes us like books like this… we root for the underdog and want them to succeed.
King Gustave was a big part of book two, so I was happy to see him as the main male lead in this story. He and Fiora really made a good couple. I am glad they got to know each other through the deception period because I am not sure they would have been drawn to each other if that had not occurred.
This tells the story of the Little Mermaid. I love how the author really makes the story her own and it is a well thought out, well plotted piece of fiction. All the twists and turns really keep you interested and you are continually wondering what will happen next.
I can’t wait for the next book in the series to come out on October 23rd. It will be a retelling of Beauty and the Beast.