Book Review Mer-Charmer by Amy Bearce

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Fourteen-year-old Phoebe Quinn is surrounded by magic, but she can’t muster any of her own. Her sister is a fairy keeper. Her best friends are merfolk. And all she does is dishes and housework.

When Phoebe finds out a terrible sea creature is awakening that preys upon the peace-loving merfolk, she becomes determined to help them, even though it means going with Tristan and Mina to their home deep in the sea.

Beneath the waves, Phoebe learns she’s more like her sister than she realized. The merfolk are drawn to her, and she can sense the magic of the sea all around her. Magic is finally at her fingertips, but that’s precisely why the stirring dark power under the waters decides it wants her most of all.

Now she must not only help the peaceful merfolk escape this ancient enemy, she must master her out-of-control powers. If she fails, she will die and darkness will rise and enslave the merfolk once more. But embracing her full power could cost her the very people she loves the most.

Jan Review

I really loved the first book in this series as we learned about the big sister who is the fairy keeper in the family.  Now we get a whole devoted to Phoebe who loves the sea but has no magic like her fairy keeper sister or does she.  I was caught in the emotion of this story right from the get go.  The rich descriptions kept me involved in the under sea charm of this book.  I really looking forward to book 3 which is being called Dragon Keeper for now i love dragons and i sure i love it just as much as the first two in this great series.

 

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