It looks like paradise. Looks can be deceiving...
Is it really too much to ask that when a hot guy finds a perfectly awesome girl washed up on the beach, they be just a little bit amazed and enthralled? Really? I don’t think that’s a lot to ask. Little Mermaid ring any bells, mister?
Jumping ship in the middle of the ocean probably isn't the wisest move Reagan has ever been accused of.
When she washes up on a remote beach and finds herself staring into a gleaming set of irritable eyes, attached to an even more irritable man, (one that happens to be ridiculously attractive), it almost makes her wish she'd made friends with the sharks.
When she's brought to a utopian haven in the middle of the ocean and introduced to a small village of people, she's just grateful it's not Grandy Island Reintegration Camp.
From the stories she's heard, anywhere is better than that hell hole.
In fact, this place looks downright inviting. A place she (and her secrets) might even be safe in. Will she find out just how deceiving looks can be?
This is book 1 in a dystopian trilogy with darker themes, and elements of romance. An island adventure, packed full of twists and turns, you won't want to put it down. Cliffhanger endings, please read the books in order!