Gabriel Braven senses danger, but he's helpless to stop it.
Gabriel's inevitable transformation into a merman brings him both great joy and great sadness. Though he must soon leave his human family, he is eager to experience the beauty of Emralis, the Mer city, together with his water-dwelling lover, Casillus. As Gabriel's protective mental barriers finally begin to drop, he can grasp the true depths of his Mer prince's encompassing love.
But Gabriel is unusual, even for a Mer. As a rare Caller, his psychic gifts surprise even Casillus. Though they will enable him to speak mind to mind with Corey and Grandma G on land, they also draw him closer to Cthulhu, the alien entity whose presence means destruction and madness for the human race.
But Gabriel's time on land is running out. He has a feeling that nothing will stop his grandmother's lover, Professor Johnson Tims, from exposing the Mers' existence. And he is not at all sure he can hold Cthulhu back from protecting the ocean-dwelling race...and destroying the humans in the process, including Corey and Grandma G!
©2014 Catherine Tetzlaff (P)2015 Catherine Tetzlaff
Too much repetition of thoughts, the past, even the present. I want to shake up the author and say I get it already. I got it three books ago. Too much writing down to the readers as if we are children. But if we are children reading this was is there so much explicit sex? The author waits until the last quarter of the book to advance the story at a normal pace with interesting plot twists. Although there are few plot twists since the books are so predictable.
Reader, Writer, Lover of all things. Open minded and accepting, tolerant and understanding. All things are beautiful even the horrific truth
This installment was intense and Chris Patton's narration as with all the others is so spot on its astounding. get the whole series, my only word of warning because I've read all the books is..be prepared because you won't want the story to ever end. good stories always leave you wanting more and this series leaves you wishing that a map to Emralis was included just so you can get diving equipment and find these characters to meet them.
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Oh hell yes, I plan on listening to the entire saga in order again, and again, and again! It's so intriguing, this world Aratare has created for Gabriel and Casillus.
When they finally made love, deep in the ocean, surrounded by so much beauty.
I've listebed to this entire saga and I like the youth and energy he has in his voice.
I don't know...
Gabriel Braven has finally come to terms with the fact that he is Mer, though he is still having trouble with the fact he will have to leave his best friend and his Grandmother behind on dry land to complete the transition. Having finally accepted his destiny he is also letting down his guard with Casillus and the bond between them is only growing stronger. Casillus takes Gabriel deeper into the water than they’ve ventured thus far and surprises him with a glimpse of their home and they finally, fully consummate their relationship. But there is a dark entity that attached itself to Gabriel long ago, an entity that can only be awoken by a Caller.
Each installment of this series just gets juicier with content and storyline. I especially enjoyed the conversation Gabriel had with Cthulhu, the dark alien like entity that is supposed to be a guardian of sorts for the Mer. And that ending, whoa! I’m very excited to see how everything comes together in the end. Gabriel has shown himself to be a different kind of Mer, of course he’s a Caller and he’s mated to the Mer Prince, Casillus, but it’s more than that. I think the link he has with Cthulhu when the creature saved him as a child is going to be what saves them in the end.
If you are looking for something short, sexy and steamy that is well written and narrated to get you through your day, you should consider the Merman saga. Start with book 1 though or you’ll have no idea what is going on.
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