Sam Vanikey is under tremendous pressure.
His new gallery opens in less than a month, and he has yet to produce any art in over a year. His inspiration is gone after leaving Angie, and depression threatens to rob him of the life he loves. Sheila, his supportive sister, sequesters Sam on an exclusive island getaway off the coast of Seattle.
Getting his life back together is his goal. As he relaxes on the beach searching for relinquished insight, something happens. This sends Sam into a series of unforgettable events. It will test everything that is important to him. In the end, will Sam claim his much needed inspiration and become the all aspiring painter he dreams to be? Or will fate decide?
©2012, 2013, 2014 Karli Rush (P)2014 Karli Rush
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I think in this story that Sam Vanikey is the one who's been seduced. I love mermaid stories and I'm always up to listen to a good mermaid story. Author Karli Rush has written a short and sweet fantasy story. Sam is under alot of pressure to get some new paintings done for a new gallery opening. He's also heartbroken with losing Angie and he hasn't the inspiration to paint. He has a sister who's supportive and he lives there on an island off the coast of Seattle. One day as he
goes to the beach to try to paint a naked woman comes walking up to him. She appears and seems to disappear and he doesn't know exactly what is going on. He thinks he might've just
imagined her. He's left with pictures of her that he painted, so did he really imagine her? He knows a storm is on the way and the need to find her has him driving back to the island and braving the storm he goes out in search for her until she returns to him but maybe he returns to her, I'll Let you learn that for yourself. If you find this story great and entertaining then you should also check out Pine Needles by Karli Rush.
Narrator Steve Barnes did a descent job but he just didn't do it for me. Of course he did really good with Sam's voice but for all the female characters He just killed it. He didn't even try to change his voice from a male to make it more feminine. That just didn't do it for me. I don't know anything about this narrator but authors really should do more homework when it comes to choosing a narrator because many just kill a story. I still give this a story 4 🌟 rating because of the authors writing.
I received this audio at no charge for an honest and unbiased review.
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