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Shadow in the Sea

Readers will return to Windwaithe Island once again. When sixteen-year-old Sadelyn Hanson washes up on the shores of Windwaithe Island, her beauty and the strange marks on her wrist make superstitious locals suspect she is a mermaid. Feigning amnesia, Sade hides a far worse secret: she was sailing to her own murder trial when she was thrown overboard by the real killer, the cunning and cruel Captain Westwood.

Sade's quiet effort to rebuild her life on the island is threatened when she meets an actual young merman. Unable to speak his language, Sade still longs for the warm companionship he offers, despite the locals' dire legends about merfolk and their dark magic. But her confused feelings for the impossible boy become the least of her problems when Captain Westwood's ship docks at Windwaithe. With nowhere to escape, Sade must trust in the one person who doesn't fear the merfolk. A woman who had dealings with them herself—years ago

Friday, September 2, 2011

So You Want to be a Mermaid

 Ever wanted to be a real live mermaid? Look no further. Below are links to places you can buy real mermaid tails--for a huge price of course. Even so--I totally covet some of these tails. Especially the ones you can actually swim in! Check it out by clicking the links below.


Hannah said...

Oh I never thought of looking up mermaid tails! Those are so lovely! I liked the beautiful long blue one on the themertailor website best. The pictures that were taken on the beach/in the ocean looked the best. That one in the pool, (although that is where I'd wear one myself)just looked awful! Everybody knows Mermaids wouldn't swim in a tiny pool full of chlorine!

Anonymous said...

oh i wish i could get one if i do ill send you a pic :)

need2read said...

These are beautiful! I like the ones from themertailor the best. They look very realistic. I have always wanted something like this.

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