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  • Posted March 27, 2013

    Madly is a Princess and Mermaid or Mer. She keeps hoping the mat

    Madly is a Princess and Mermaid or Mer. She keeps hoping the mating tie will occur with Aidan but all she feels for him is brotherly affection. Madly's best friend Jersey Hamilton is also her roommate. Madly's bracelet gives off a strange sensation during class which leaves her frightened and uneasy. Madly is stunned by the death of Lady Sheelah and immediately seeks out her parents. Madly receives devastating news about her family. One thing all Mer fear is the release of Lore. The Lore have taken Madly's family hostage. The Sentinel Jackson Hamilton takes over personal guard duty. Madly is struggling to think clearly around Jackson yet there is attraction there. Can Madly rescue her family? Will the mating tie work with Aidan? Can Madly handle her attraction to Jackson? Your answers await you in Madly.

    I love this take on mermaids. I loved how mermaid and human culture blended together. I also appreciate the dynamic between Jackson and Madly. It's obvious that something is there but the question is will they act on it. I sure hope so.

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    Posted January 7, 2013

    Dragonfire

    Can i join and b deputy?

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  • Posted December 4, 2012

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    Since the story is incredibly short with a total of 50 some pag

    Since the story is incredibly short with a total of 50 some pages my review will be quite brief. This short novelette is fun and exciting. Having only read 2 other mermaid books this one nearly tops them all. Madly is smart, innovative, and brave-especially for a mermaid princess. Jackson is gorgeous, strong, and self-contained with his emotions hiding the blinding fact that he's captivated by Madly but very hesitant to act on those feelings because he knows that they can't ever be together. There love is forbidden and that's why they are destined for each other. This is a fantastic mermaid tale of both love and adventure entwined with paranormal elements. It's fast paced and really a fantastic read. M. Leighton creates a compelling story with a fascinating introduction to the world of mermaids and twisted fairy tales. Immediately you'll want the next book because it leaves off right when things start to get interesting..

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  • Posted July 14, 2012

    I thought this sounded like a good adventure and love story, so

    I thought this sounded like a good adventure and love story, so I gave it a shot, not really knowing what to expect. I’m so glad I did! It’s a novella, meant to just give you a quick introduction into the world of Madly, and the efficiency with which that’s done is spot on.

    We meet characters and learn a bit about them, we get a taste of the world, and we get a good feel about the current state of the characters in that world. Then we that all important conflict. The biggest part we learn is where Madly’s mind and heart are at, what the conflict will mean for Madly, and just the kind of toll it’ll take on her.

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