Wild Blue Under
Rod Tritone has the looks and charm to snag any queen he wants for his Mer kingdom, but unfortunately, it's not up to him. As fate would have it, the one woman destined to rule with him is terrified of water...
She Lives in Land-Locked Kansas and has No Idea She's a Princess...
Valerie Dumere thinks Rod is gorgeo
In Wild Blue Under we have a story of self discovery and love and taking a leap of faith. Our hero, is a prince and heir to the council of the great city Atlantis in the Mer Kingdom. He lives and breathes the water, the sea is his life. But the gods need him to partake on a task, a task that could save the world. His task is to bring home a young woman who has no idea that she is a mermaid, and to have her embrace her heritage, the only pro ...more
I will say first and foremost, I totally giggled at the Tritone's names, dad's name is Fisher, sons Rod and Reel. I have to throw that out first. I love it! Imagine a world with At ...more
The first 2/3 of the book is borderline crap. I liked Rod, I liked the idea of the storyline, but the execution was a complete failure. The heroine talked to herself constantly about how hot Rod was, then followed it with a "did I just think that" sorta line. I mean, he leaned forward and his shirt came untucked an ...more
Now I’m aware of how romance novels often work. I know one reader’s non-consent can be another’s ooh-sexy-alpha-male-takes-what-he-wants-heart-eye-emoji.
But hey guess what intimately touching a woman when she is asleep without prior permission is absolutely not ...more
Wild Blue Under
Tritone Mer Trilogy, Book 2
Rod Tritone, heir to the throne of the undersea world, needs a queen capable of ruling the oldest kingdom on earth. Someone regal, learned and of noble birth. Problem is, the only eligible noble-born Mer princess is half-Human - and she doesn't have a clue about the non-Human part.
Valerie Dumere has screwed up her life at every turn, so when her mother dies and leaves her the family busin ...more
Instead of fish as secondary characters, this time around we get birds. From seagulls to sparrows, there’s a variety o ...more
it doesnt deserve nor will it recieve ANY STARS
yes i stuck at spelling and i dont use proper typing skills
the cursing in this book...vulgar....hades! son of mer! seriously? wtf is that shit
i read alot of fantasy stuff in fact im a sucker for it but mermaids? im sorry i can read about ANYTHING literally doesnt take much for me to be happy with a book in all seriousness it doesnt but mermaids i cant wrap my head around mai ...more
This second novel takes place mostly on land, with the Heir to the throne of Mer undertaking a task to prove his worthiness. But “worth” is more than m ...more
Rod Tritone is the Heir to the Kingdom of Atlantis. The council needs someone to go fetch the human, Valerie, to claim her birthright, and they choose Rod to do it. He vows he won't be like his brother and fall in love with the human as he loves the sea and his tail.
When Valerie and Rod meet, sparks fly. Instant attraction, and Va ...more
Rod Tritone, Mer heir to the throne of Atlantis, has been dispatched on a mission to retrieve Valerie, a half-human, half-Mer, and bring her back to the ocean to claim the legacy her father left for her before he died. Rod thinks this will be an easy mission because what human could resist an inheritanc ...more
Rod’s father is set to retire soon. When this happens, Rod will become the new Mer-King. Unfortunately there is one problem…the council has rules that Rod has to marry. Besides we call now that you can’t rule without a Queen by your side. Rod goes in search for his wife. He trades his ...more
I bided my time before jumping to this one because I knew she didn’t have that many books to choose from and I wanted to slowly savor what I could read.
Wild Blue Under picks up with Rod—heir to the throne of the Mer kingdom. He’s the typical big brother with a conscience to always do the right thing. This includes s ...more
Wild Blue Under has a nice story line. It came to a point where it was thrilling and I literally was disappointed of Rod's decision of wanting to abandon everything that I took a break from reading it because I was having a hard time believing that the book is about to follow the same plot of In Over Her Head. But alas, it didn't hence the 3 stars.
Though it was a good read, it does have some plot holes including the prophecy and how Valerie came ...more
Don't get me wrong. Rod and Valerie are good characters. I liked their story and I liked the mythology woven into the story and the way Valerie inherits who she truly is. It was fascinating. But there were things done in the book that bothered me a lot.
Like Va ...more
I adored Wild Blue Under, the second book in Judi Fennell's Mer(maid) trilogy. This fast-paced and witty paranormal tale stars super-responsible Mer-stud Rod Tritone, heir to the undersea throne. Before Rod can be crowned king, he must fulfill an oceanic council order to return a Mer princess to her rightful place as governess of the South Pacific. Only problem is that princess, Valerie Demure, is: half human, lives in landlocked Kansas, isn't aware of her Mer half, is determine ...more
I loved the characters. Valerie seemed very real and down-to-earth, Rod seemed like a hot Mer, and Livingston, the seagull, cracked me up! I once again loved the hum ...more
Wild Blue Under is a riveting tale. This story is filled with danger, romance and intrigue. Ms. Fennell has wowed me again with her world of under the sea characters. While I enjoyed the romance between Rod & Valerie, I loved the hilarious talking sea ...more
It just gets better and better in the Triton Trilogy. Lots of humor, imagination, and hot sexual tension amongst these pages. Not too much sex (but when it's there "by Gods" is it there!) and lots of adventure which will have you reminded of "The Little Mermaid" with it's talking birds and sea creatures. A fast read that will have ...more
And, in her copious (?) amount ...more