#Pricedrop In the Swim of Things by Tracie Banister @traciebanister #BookReview

I am beyond beyond thrilled to let you know about a price drop for one of my fave books, In The Swim Of Things by the brilliant and so lovely Tracie Banister. The sale starts today, Sunday, March 29th, which is International Mermaid Day (!) and will run through Saturday, April 4th! Enjoy!!!

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What they say:A sexy, sun-soaked tale about a tail-wearing girl who makes a lot of waves—perfect for fans of Lauren Layne, Meghan Quinn, and Christina Lauren.

Ocean-loving Kyra Goodwin had to give up her dream of becoming the female Jacques Cousteau in order to take care of her father and brother, but being a mermaid at the Cape Cod Aquarium is pretty fintastic as far as alternative careers go.

Of course, life as a half-fish/half-woman isn’t all sunken treasure and Ariel twirls. Kyra has to deal with perpetually pruney fingers, eyes irritated by saltwater, and bratty kids on the daily, plus her glam alter ego can make dating really weird. (So many men have pervy siren-of-the-sea fantasies!) When she meets hunky surfer Cade, and he’s into her without knowing what she does for a living, Kyra thinks she’s finally won the romance lottery.

Unfortunately, Kyra’s plans for a carefree summer of catching waves with her new boyfriend run aground when Sea Star Beach, a place that holds great sentimental value for her, is taken over by a big-city developer who wants to build an exclusive resort. Kyra’s crusade to save her beloved beach threatens both her job and her relationship with Cade as does her growing closeness with her irresistibly broody merwrangler, Declan, whose precocious daughter is intent on playing matchmaker.

When a new family drama arises just as Kyra receives an offer that would turn her greatest desire into reality, she’s torn. Will she do what’s expected of her, or dive in and follow her heart?

The Review: You know you’re onto a good book when you’ve absolutely nothing highlighted as from the start of the book because you were so mesmerised you forgot to make notes. That was the case with this book from the brilliant Tracie Banister, who brought us the amazing Izzy as is (Review here  ) , Mixing It Up (here it is here) and In Need of Therapy (see that one here) . In each of these books we have strong leads and this is no exception with the fiery but extremely easy to warm to Kyra, who works as a mermaid in Cape Cod Aquarium. From the start with the flow of her tail and beautiful twirls, twists and acrobatics, laid so prettily in the midst of what we see to be the perfect oceanic setting, I was taken.

We are jolted back to reality with her issues dealing with brother and dad, who she looks after, her mermaid partner, Mackenzie, who doesn’t often think of others and then the arrival of a development that will put an end to the beach life Kyra has grown up with. Add to this a new boyfriend with some sticky terms and conditions attached and the book was officially own that kept me guessing. There was a, hmm, no spoilers … so … let’s just say there were a few moments that made me clutch my chest and and swoon (just gorgeous -wish-I-Could-tell-you …), a lot of heat and plenty of warmth, fun and action. Very much recommended! Thanks so much to the author for the book in return for an honest review.

Rating: 5/5

Published by brmaycock

Hi I'm Berni and I live in the Midlands of Ireland with my brilliantly out there husband, four great little men and four cats! I write sunshiny, feel good romantic comedies and chick lit. You may have come here expecting a book blog. Hopefully you won't mind joining me for various musings on my rom com and chick lit books and series. There'll still be some reviews of course, and you can always look over the hundreds I've blogged about over the years. See you inside!

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