Riding the Tide

M.A. Church
Riding the Tide
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Publisher
OmniLit / All Romance eBooks, LLC
Release Date
November 2016
ISBN
9781945193262
Series
Book 2 of The Deep Blue Sea
Genre
Erotic Romance, Fantasy Romance, LGBTQ

SUMMARY
Caught between two worlds—what's a merman to do?

The Deep Blue Sea, #2

Marcus Krill, a creature of the sea, is a perfectly content bachelor. Mating someone? No thank you. Living anywhere but in the ocean? Ha! Not happening. Spending more than the barest necessity of time on land? Nope. Not this merman. And humans? They're perfectly fine as a diversion, but that's all. They might be interesting, but complications follow them like a hungry shark during a feeding frenzy. So what if he's a little lonely, a little tired of one-night stands? That doesn't mean he's ready to mate.

Blair Estes, a creature of land, is perfectly happy with his nomadic lifestyle. No strings keep him tied to any one place long. Adventure is his lover and adrenaline his master. He loves to travel, and the things he's seen defy description. Now his wandering has brought him to the Seychelles and a mysterious merman who's going to take him on the journey of a lifetime.

Once again merfolk and human culture collide in an explosion of passion and… fear.

Book Review by Avonna Loves Genres (reviewer)
Dec 20, 2016   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
79 people found the following review helpful
RIDING THE TIDE (The Deep Blue Sea #2) by M.A. Church is an entertaining paranormal romance read. It is a short, fast read that at times had me laughing out loud. The world-building is an interesting twist on mermaids and mermen. This book in the series features two mermen and does contain scenes of M/M sex.

Marcus Krill is a warrior creature of the sea and wants nothing to do with a mate. Humans are a diversion and only good for hook-ups, until one day as he watches a man fall overboard in the waters he patrols, the most intriguing and beautiful smell ever flows to him. Against all the rules, he saves the human even though it reveals his true nature which is kept hidden from humans.

Brian Estes is alone in the world after the death of his grandmother and has the money to travel and explore the world. He is rich, but lonely. He never knows if the men he is attracted to are attracted to him or his money. When he lands in the sea and is rescued by a merman, he cannot believe what is right before him. Excitement and interest turns to fear and flight when he finds out he is a 'mate', but he can't stay away.

The main characters have completely opposite expectations and yet they learn that their love is more important and compromise is the key for their HEA. Both have sarcastic senses of humor and are very entertaining. An enjoyable paranormal romance read.
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