Arms of the Ocean by Jamie Webster & M. Dalto

Tristaine is living a hard life. Her brother married and moved away, her mother left and the only person left to take care of her drunken father is her. No matter how many times Sloan, her brother offers, she can't seem to move. It's not just because of her father, it's because she has to be near the sea. It calls to her. 
It all comes to head, when her father sells her to the Lord, who she hates, for money. Feeling helpless she turns to sea and jumps off the cliff.
What should have been the end, it's only the start. She is saved and taken to a whole new world, where she discovered her heritage and the meaning of love and trust. 
Joining the see is only the start of an incredible adventure, full of new love, friendship, and also betrayal and loss.
I was blown away by the story. In the beginning, I didn't have high hopes for it, but few pages in, it sucked me in and it was very hard to stop reading. :)
I like Tristaine's character, she is full of flaws, but somehow is still very likable. I was rooting for her happy ending. My other favorite is Ember. No spoilers why, though. :)
I love all things paranormal, but fae of any kind, is at the top of a list and I loved the way authors took a unique take on it. 
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received from Xpresso Book Tours
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genre
fantasy, paranormal, ya, na
published 
July 7th, 2020 by Parliament House


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synopsis

Nineteen-year-old Tristaine lived a life of bitterness. When her mother abandoned her family, and her father began drinking, Tris discovered the only thing that truly brought her happiness: the sea.

It called to her like a lover and flowed through her like a life force. When her only peace is threatened to be taken away, Tris realizes there is nothing she wouldn’t do to remain with the ocean.

Even if it means taking her own life to do so.

But the sea isn’t done with her -not yet- and Tris soon finds herself submerged in a world where love, betrayal, and honor stand stronger than any other force of nature.

happy reading,

anie


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  1. This sounds like a really compelling and fun read! It's awesome when a book surpasses expectations! Loverly review !:)

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    1. Yes! It's the best feeling. :) Thank you for reading

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  2. I love flawed heroines. Great review!

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