Anti-whaler Sarah Sumner has an identity crisis as she morphs into a mermaid fighting whalers at fellow deckhand Gunner’s side.
Wounded by her parents’ traumatic divorce and content with no love life, marine biologist Sarah Sumner is determined to fight for those who have no voice.
Aboard the anti-whaling vessel, the MerSea, she throws smoke bombs and creates mayhem for the Japanese whalers in the Southern Ocean with Gunner, a fellow deckhand. His compassion and gallows humor make a warm, lasting impression that could melt the ice in Antarctica.
At the end of the campaign, Sarah is stung by a mutant stingray in Australia where she begins morphing into a mermaid. She heads home to California, returning to her job at the Mobi Institute with a secret, not to mention an identity crisis.
While mooring the tempest of her freakish body, she must choose either to advance her career or to continue her expeditions. She longs to save sharks from being finned, but if she returns to the MerSea she can still save lives and explore the waters with Gunner.
Hurt by her father abandoning her years ago and apprehensive about Gunner’s fresh divorce is a shipwreck waiting to happen. And how would they start a relationship with a tail?
About the Author
Melissa Crismon fell in love with the idea of writing a book when she read the Twilight Series by Stephanie Meyer. Soon after she took a job as a theatre reviewer and was compelled to write a book that has spiraled into a career. With a degree in music, her books are often musically inspired. Melissa lives with her winsome sailor, little mermaid and rescued pets in sunny California.
Note from Angela Shelley: Earlier this year, I had the wonderful opportunity to make a book trailer for Melissa's series. Check it out below!
Angela Shelley, herself.
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