The Merworld Trilogy
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    Water and Blood: The Merworld Trilogy, Book 1 | B. Kristin McMichael

    Water and Blood: The Merworld Trilogy, Book 1

    • UNABRIDGED (5 hrs and 54 mins)
    • By B. Kristin McMichael
    • Narrated By Kendall Atkins Livick
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    Beaches, sun, and swimming was what Whitney thought she'd get when she moved all the way across the country to the Atlantic Coast. It was a chance to start over, a fresh start outside the paranormal night human world she grew up in. She was ready to be a normal human; one who didn't have to worry about drinking blood or all the fighting that went on in that world.

    Book = Love, Narration = Meh

    No not really

    Reviewed on July 03 2017 by Beth (Texas)
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    Songs and Fins: The Merworld Trilogy, Book 2 | B. Kristin McMichael

    Songs and Fins: The Merworld Trilogy, Book 2

    • UNABRIDGED (5 hrs and 19 mins)
    • By B. Kristin McMichael
    • Narrated By Kendall Atkins Livick
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    Whitney was amazed she finally had a boyfriend, and was prepared for a new life with him in the siren night human world. Too bad having a boyfriend didn't mean she was going to see him, as his father's punishment included separating them. There's a new threat in town, a scarier one than the backstabbing siren clan she's part of now. They are night human hunters, and Whitney is an outlawed night human breed. Could her luck get any better? Quiet and peaceful would be ideal, but that's not what she's about to get.

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