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Morgan just wanted her vacation to end. She should have been careful what she wished for. Suddenly, she is swept into a strange new world in which the impossible happens every day, and fairy tale creatures live among unsuspecting humans. Will Morgan discover her unknown self and fulfill her true destiny? Or will she doom an already vulnerable species for all eternity?

©2010 Ashley Knight (P)2012 David Wilson

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Thank goodness it was short

Ugh! Who knew there was a book out there that could make me hate mer-people?

At first I thought it was the narrator's delivery that was the problem. Her pacing and tone were all over the place and she had some odd-to-me pronunciations that were distracting and kept me wondering more about her accent than about the story. About half way though the book I noticed I was rolling my eyes pretty much every time the main character opened her mouth, and it was then that I realized it wasn't just the narrator. There's a decent premise here, but the behavior of most of the characters makes little sense in the grand scheme of things, and it's hard to care about character you find shallow and annoying.

And two things I borderline despise in a book were both present and accounted for:
1. Insta-love that no one seems to even question. We've been having dreams about each other since we were children and we're both hot mer-people, so obviously we're soul mates meant to be together forever, and I will put my college career on hold while I wait for you to graduate high school. Ew!

2. Clueless people who are suddenly all powerful, without having to do any real work to learn to control said powers and who also play some key role that everyone knows about but them. "The Link"? Seriously?

Maybe if I had been surprised by a single "revelation" in the story, I could offer up an extra star in the rating. But then again, probably not.