In Over Her Head
He lives under the sea…
Reel Tritone is the rebellious royal second son of the ruler of a vast undersea kingdom, and he's always been fascinated by humans…
She's terrified of the ocean…
Marina owner Erica Peck would never go swimming willingly--but she's forced into the water and is nearly eaten by a shark. Luckily Reel is nearby to save her, and he discovers she's the wom
The Little Mermaid ... for adults in paranormal romance book form.
Charming, light, talking sea creatures ... Erica is turned into a Mer after Reel, a Mer man, rescues her from a misadventure with her evil former boyfriend. Erica and Reel go in search of hidden treasure, which Erica hopes she can use to return to her normal life.
Beautiful descriptions of life below the ocean's surface ... sparkly! I enjoyed this very lighthearted paranormal romance. In Over Her H ...more
I'm not rating it only because I didn't finish it. The silliness won out and I just wasn't in the mood for a silly book, so I'm passing this on.
Our heroine Erika runs a marina but is spasticly scared out of her wits about the ocean. She hasn't always been like this, no as a matter of fact she used to love the ocean and diving. It's only been since her childhood when she had a frightening incident below the waves that she made a vow ...more
I loved that Reel Tritone ...more
(Yes Judi, I know I was going to save it till ...more
*Immortals and gods
*An Incident (that's right- capital 'I' people!)
*Sweat dripping off brows - whilst under water (huh?)
*Sea-puns (Reel and Rod, omg)
It all starts off a bit hilarious when scared of the sea/owns a marina Erica is forced to dive for lost diamonds by her gun toting ex. A shark shows up and he shoots her
Luckily she's rescued by a merman
Who changes her into ...more
An interesti ...more
Erica has other ideas, though, and plots her escape even while wondering how she’ll survive without the man she’s comi ...more
The only negative I can say about this book is that it sorely needs some editing love. Especially with it being a re-release, somebody should have fixed simple spelling and elementary grammar errors by now. For example, when I read about the diamonds being in her grandfather’s turn… this takes me out of the fantasy of the s ...more
I have a feeling this book might not be for everyone, however. Ms. Fennell takes our colloquialisms and gives them a new look and sound that fits perfectly in Erica and Reel’s under-the-sea world. “Hello? Sea to Reel” and son ...more
Erica Peck has been afraid of the water ever since The Incident when she was younger. Being a marina owner, it's a strange fear to have. But nevertheless, Erica finds herself in a wet suit diving for diamonds with a gun pointed at her, and her fear of water is replaced by dying. Her ex-fiance wants the diamonds he hid in Erica's Grandfather's ashes, and he is willing to kill her to get them. But the fear of the water and the gun is soon overcome by ...more
I loved this book, everything about it! It was a flawless read for me. I am dissapointed that Reel and Erica's story is standalone, but the next one about his brother Rod sounds amazing too.
I loved the author's writing style. I could picture everything she described. Ever seen Atlantis on the Little Mermaid (Disney)? Yeah well imagine that but ten times more golden and beautiful. Fennell never wrote a boring chapter and never fille ...more
- The water-fearing, whiny and naive daughter of a marina owner Erica, who has to learn the hard way that her ex-boyfriend really wasn't one of the good guys, when he forces her to dive for some criminally acquired diamonds, which he had hidden in her Grandpa's urn of ashes (which are now at the bottom of the ...more
a) she has problems with him being a Mer
b) they have a quest to complete or they'll die
All in all, I had hoped more, but yet again I neglected the fact a ...more
I'm a classicist, so I loved the entanglement of Greek mythology. The world was well planned out, and a lot of suspense-of-disbelief questions are answered well.
I did think some of the non-major characters seemed a little flat. But as the book went on, even those characters were given more depth. Ceto, I thought, is a good example of this. She isn't just the big bad sea monster. She's a mother who longs for a child to take after. There were still flat points, but not unbearab ...more
Did you love the story of The Little Mermaid? If so, this is the perfect grown-up romance ...more
He lives under the sea...
Reel Tritone is the rebellious royal second son of the ruler of a vast undersea kingdom and he's always been fascinated with humans.
She's terrified of the ocean...
Marina owner Erica Peck would never go swimming willingly-buy she's forced into the water and is nearly eaten by a shark. Luckily Reel is nearby to save her, and he discovers she's the woman he's been searching for...
Before she knows it, Erica is off with Reel on a wild underwater adventure to recover ...more