Thursday 21 August 2014

Hadn’t the Pleasure #115

The books that have been collecting dust for so long they have become stained from it
Ok, so again this is so new I bought it like, the end of last week, but I absolutely love the cover art, wanted to share it, and live in it all over again (pist, definitely ended on my shelf from cover appeal)
Raef, a lonely merman, spends his days watching the dashing Lord Haverford from afar and dreaming of love. When Haverford is robbed by a pirate, Raef vows to reclaim the stolen goods, hoping his victory will buy him the happiness he yearns for with Haverford.
But Jon Kemp does not match what Raef knows about pirates, and the simple quest Raef anticipated turns out to be an epic journey. For while Jon might be a nobler man than Raef believed, he’s still a pirate. Love and loyalty are not on Jon’s agenda, and he certainly has no plans to love someone not entirely human …
The Merman and the Barbarian Pirate by Key Berrisford
First published 30th July 2014 by Less Than Three Press
iBook, 162 pages
Fantasy Romance
“The little mermaid feel in love the instant she laid her eyes on the handsome prince, who strolled along the seashore.”
“But how does she know she loves him, Mama?” asked Reaf, and he twitched his little fishtail with happiness.

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