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Evergreen (Mer Tales #2)

4.06  ·  Rating Details  ·  2,168 Ratings  ·  146 Reviews
A kingdom on the brink of war.
A king on the fringes of insanity.
A family running for their lives.

Ash and Fin’s only desire is to be together and dive into their happily ever after, though their conflicting worlds work to pull them apart. Neither is ready to convert to the other’s life: become a human or a mer. Little do they know that somewhere in Natatoria a secret holds
Kindle Edition, 288 pages
Published June 29th 2012 by Obsidian Mt. Publishing
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Not quite as good as the first book in the series but not a bad read. The twists were quite good, and I really wasn’t expecting one of them.

7 out of 10
Jun 30, 2012 Amanda rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
this was amazing... this story jut makes u want to go out looking for merpeople.. I just love all the twist and turns this book took.. I could not put it down.. another great book by Brenda Pandos.. sit back and enjoy getting lost in the pages..
May 22, 2016 Stacy rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
This book wasn't really great. The story was unique (I guess), but I didn't really enjoy it.

I have one question: was this book even proofread before it was published? Ashlyn is going to college, not 'collage.' Also, 'dossal' doesn't equal 'docile' (they're not even REMOTELY the same thing), 'aloud' doesn't equal 'allowed.' Please check your homonyms before you get a book published. As an avid reader, I find these errors incredibly annoying.

And the names of the royal mermaids. It's pretty obviou
Kathy ~ Bookworm Nation
Jul 05, 2012 Kathy ~ Bookworm Nation rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: mermaid, 2012

While I enjoyed this one, I think I liked the first book a little more. This book picks up where the last book ended. Fin and Ash are separated. Fin is on the run with his parents and Ash is attempting to live her normal high school life. They have to deal with their separation with minimal contact. I got a little frustrated with all the secrets. I mean, if you’re supposed to be so in love shouldn’t you trust your partner with anything? I guess it’s just to add some tension, but it did bother
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4 out of 5 stars

I was glued to the pages all through the night!
Feb 22, 2012 Shelly marked it as to-read  ·  review of another edition
Whats with all these mermaid books coming out in July??I CANT wait till then!!!!I know ill be busy for the whole month of July!!My summer break is just going to be filled with books!!YAY!!!
Got my signed copy in the mail today along with a signed bookmark, thanks to the Goodreads giveaway! Thank you!
Cover is gorgeous!

3.5 stars

Evergreen is a fun and cute beach read. Brenda Pandos created a unique and interesting mermaid world. I love how a mermaid/mermans kiss is so special, binding and promising the two together. Evergreen has a great story line and it took quite a few cool, unexpected twists.
The romance was cute, sometimes a little cheesy, but sweet.
I'm used to the characters in
Sarah (Catching Books)
After the cliffhanger ending of Everblue (the first book in this series)..I couldn't wait to read Evergreen! This book definitely didn't disappoint and it made me like this series even more.

The romance between Ash and Fin is SO sweet! I was rooting for them to be together all throughout this book. Even though they were apart, you could just tell my by their phone conversations that they both truly love each other and would do anything to be together. They hit some bumps along the way..but in the
Jumping back into the lives of Fin and Ash in the world of Natatoria was like coming home. Some may say like a ship pulling into port. Fin's overwhelming charisma (which had me laughing at moments) along with Ash's tenacity and spunk truly endear me to their story and tribulations. The second book in the series is very well-paced and kept the pages turning. Every chapter revealed a new incite into the plot, characters, and facts in regard to life as a mer. I was happy with the amount of action a ...more
Lori Horne
Jun 30, 2012 Lori Horne rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Evergreen, Book #2 in the Mer Tales saga by Brenda Pandos returns us to the lives of Ashlyn and Finley, a human and Mer, as they endure the trials of separation soon after their romance began.
In Book #1 (Everblue) a magical kiss created a promise that linked hearts with a binding and deep love. As we travel through the pages of Book #2 we are ensconced into their lives. Ash continues to go through the normal teenaged woes of being in high school, keeping up with her position on the swim team, ha
Howard Parsons
Aug 05, 2013 Howard Parsons rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
There MUST be some sort of "Mer Mojo" in this book because once I opened it, the covers of my Kindle were glued to my hands. I had promised myself that I would take it one chapter at a time but that went by the boards quickly and I wanted to send my wife over to her mother's for the week-end so I could read this in one marathon sitting. No food. No naps. The only time I'd stop would be for bathroom calls. Fortunately, none of that happened . . . for the most part. I don't know HOW Brenda Pandos ...more
Sep 06, 2012 Evie rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Fans of mermaid stories and good fantasy books!
Evergreen is the second book in Brenda Pandos' fabulous and gorgeously imagined Mer Tales. I absolutely adored the first book, Everblue, and was literally counting the days to the release of Evergreen. Brenda Pandos' mermaids and mermen are truly extraordinary and insanely fun to read about. I knew I would love Evergreen just as much as I loved Everblue. I knew this book would be a huge treat. And I knew I would stay up all night reading it, desperate to soak up every delicious detail of Pandos ...more
Once Upon a Twilight
Oh Evergreen, you know how to win a girl over. I am not sure where to begin on how wonderful this sequel was. Evergreen in no way, shape or form came close too having the sequel syndrome. This sequel was its on entity and passed with flying colors. Before you continue reading my review, I ask that if you have not read Everblue, to please head to amazon or and download it on your ereader. We are talking only $0.99 on Amazon right now. You will not regret starting this series. There are a f ...more
Jul 01, 2012 Candy rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I enjoy all things Mer but I absolutely loved this book! Everblue left off with some crazy stuff going down in Natatoria; Tatchi being left behind because of the bassface Azor forcing her promise, Fin and his parents escaping with the aid of their band of ferrymen, Fin proposing to Ash with a red stone for his ginger girl, and Fin, leaving Ash behind, taking a family road trip to Florida to escape evil mermen. So now we continue this adventure that takes place over a span of 11days...slightly le ...more
Brianne Whitley
May 13, 2015 Brianne Whitley rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
What a great book. I loved reading more about the background and lost princess of Natatoria. There are some crazy plot twists that have you reeling while trying to figure out what is going to happen next! I cannot find what happens to Ashlyn and Finn. I can't wait to find out what happens to Tatiana as well. Great book!!
Jul 06, 2012 Amy rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Brenda Pandos did it again! I want more of Ash and Fin!!! The Talisman series was one of my favorite sets before this and now this one is surpassing that as my favorite! I thought the first book was awesome but this one was even better. This set is so different than anything I have read before. I enjoy learning about the world of merpeople as much as I enjoy the romance of Ash and Fin and everything they go through just to be together. This book is beautifully written and gives you a vivid pictu ...more
Feb 12, 2014 Mandi rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
It was a very good book, but Ash annoyed me so much I'm taking stars away!
Jul 09, 2012 Kelly rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I really love this series. These are the first books I've read by Brenda Pandos and I am going to by her other books based on these. I read this book in one day because I could not put it down. I enjoy the relationship between Ash and Fin and I like that a kiss means so much to the Mer. So many books rush to sex and Brenda Pandos has not done this.
Jul 11, 2012 Rebecca rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
I am torn with this book. I loved the first book and was hoping that the second book would not disappoint, but I found it kind of lacking. It was pretty slow for me. I mean don't get me wrong the ending was great and I loved the twist but other than that it was just king of blah. I am really excited about the 3rd book and can't wait for it to come out.
Eleanor Luhar
Following Everblue, Evergreen is the second novel in Brenda Pandos' Mer Tales series. There are currently two more books in this series, Everlost and Evermore.

Fin - a merman - and Ash - a girl - are promised, and struggling to be apart from each other. Ash is at home in Tahoe, whilst Fin is with his parents in the safe house in Florida.

At the safe house, Fin meets the lost princess, Galadriel. She ran away from home, and has a number of boys attached to her. But who is her real mate? Where is he
May 21, 2016 Theresa rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
After having to leave Tatiana in Natatoria, Fin and his parents blow up the Lake Tahoe gate and go on the run from his uncle so they won’t be captured.

Ash had to stay behind hiding her new promising from her parents, but the pain of being apart just get worse as time goes by. Having Fin’s cousin Colin there to mind persuade adds to the problems,

The description and events of Fin and his parents travel by RV to Florida are both hilarious and strange. Though I don’t know why they took the route th
Mar 05, 2012 Abby rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
ONE STAR 'CAUSE IT IS'NT OUT YET!! I DEMAND FASTER RELEASES!! Mwahaahaahaahaahaa... I am gonna take over the world someday, and then, I WILL GET ALL OF MY BOOKS ON TIME!! WHA...? PWN!!!
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I had high expectations for the second installment, but the whole clingy emotional behavior of the lovers pissed me off. Not one paragraph without mentioning how much they miss each other, but damn, throughout the whole book I thought Ash was PMSing. The girl can cry. And the lies each told made me think, “Come on, people! A true line from time to time is appreciated too!”. Aside from that frustration, the plot was evolving (aside these two clingine
Elizabeth(The Book Whisperer)
Mar 08, 2013 Elizabeth(The Book Whisperer) rated it really liked it
I am loving this series!I gotta wait a week or so for the last one to come out. The story is fasted paced and interesting. I enjoy mermaid stories, and this one truly delivers!
Jul 02, 2012 Stephanie rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Loved the book. Kept me at the edge of my seat. HUGE surprise about Ash. Totaly blown away, This book is absolutly a must read. Cant wait for Everlost.
Jun 20, 2014 Randi rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I really enjoyed this series over all. It was a quick read but did not feel like a short read. There is a line in the third book that sums it up nicely, a girl can be the hero ya know? This is a very good series that shows how strong young ladies can be when they put their minds to it. My 12 year old and 9 year old daughters really enjoy it as well.

The characters are strong, well written but still very real and flawed and easy to relate to. The scenes that are described are amazing and wonderfu
Jun 29, 2012 Jessica rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Omg I got this last night and I stayed up last night reading and rereading it. It was my all time favorite book.
Nov 24, 2015 Corey rated it it was amazing
Evergreen - great read

Evergreen is book 2 in Mer Tales series by Brenda Pandos continuing the love story of Ash and Fin. I really liked the pacing of the story and the introduction of the new characters. There were some characters I hated but hey what do you expect, they're villains! There was a revelation I wasn't expecting but it made since regarding the mom/daughter relationship with Ash and her mom. I recommend this to readers who love YA Fantasy with a sweet love story and action. Looking
Jul 28, 2012 Jessie rated it it was amazing
Amazing i can't wait for the next book :)
Paige Robbin
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Author Brenda Pandos lives in California with her husband, two energetic boys, eight chickens and a grumpy orange cat, though her kids keep begging for a dog #notadogperson #catrulesthehouse, that isn't happening soon.

She avoids cooking and housework by writing fast-paced stories about kissing, hot mermen, bad boy vampires, and occasionally zombies--not all in the same stories... #issues. When sh
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Other Books in the Series

Mer Tales (4 books)
  • Everblue (Mer Tales, #1)
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  • Evermore (Mer Tales, #4)

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