(E–pub/Pdf) Sea Fever Author Virginia Kantra

  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 304
  • Sea Fever
  • Virginia Kantra
  • English
  • 23 November 2019
  • 9780425222973

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Read ñ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free É Virginia Kantra Free read Sea Fever ë PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ing to appear by magic Dylan Hunter has returned to land for his brother’s wedding but he is troubled Years ago he chose his life as a selkie an immortal be. This is the second book in the series but it was the first one I read because I was curious to read a story with a Selkie heroThe story begins at a wedding reception where the heroine Regina is a little bitter over her circumstances single mom with no future prospects and decides that after all this time she wants a one night stand just because Unfortunately she lives on a very low populated island in Maine where everyone knows each other so she doesn t have a lot of options for her trystRegina discovers that the groom s mysterious prodigal brother Dylan is than happy to oblige her Dylan is harboring uite a few dark emotions himself but he represses them because he is half selkie and selkies do not experience emotion His kind are drawn to sexual partners and are the expert love em and leave emThe trouble is that Dylan and Regina s one night together has conseuences Dylan returns to the sea and his prince only to be ordered back to the island to discover why demons are searching and congregating there The island is a nightmare for him for than just the danger of feelings for Regina His human father brother and sister reside there and he does not want to deal with that baggage from the past at all While Dylan is MIA at sea Regina returns to her normal life of being a line cook in her mother s restaurant dealing with her mother s pressure on her to conform and caring for her son Just after Dylan returns and begins showing renewed interest in Regina to cover his reason for returning to the island he is forced to realize that his feelings for her are real She is kidnapped and he rescues her to learn they are to have a child This child and Regina are in danger because of the prophesy regarding his familyThe story really takes off from that pointThe characters were well written and strong The hh from the first book are very much a part of this one but other than spoilers to their story this book can stand alone The relationship building was just right Dylan s growth was enjoyable to read as was Regina s growing ability to learn to trust him Regina s son Nick and her mom were 3D secondary charactersThe plot was twisting and exciting The villains are the demons but who knows what human they will occupy next and that thought always kept me on my toes while reading The fantasy world that the author created is wonderful and I loved this deviation from the usual paranormal beings I m definitely going back to read the first story with Dylan s brother human brother Cal and the selkie Margred I also look forward to their sister s story

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Read ñ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free É Virginia Kantra Free read Sea Fever ë PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free When the last available bachelor on World’s End island marries someone else working mom Regina Barrone realizes that the love she yearns for isn’t just go. Alright I can admit when I m wrong I shouldn t have waited so long to try this series again I got rec ed it by one of my friends but I did not like the first book in the series at all I agreed to try again but even after I got the book I put off reading it Last night as I was browsing my shelves looking for a book I spotted this one I added it to my Currently Reading shelf read a chapter and took it back off the shelf I browsed my shelves again looking for something else before forcing myself to pick the book back up to get it out of the way It s not that I d heard bad things about this book I was just in the mood for a good book and based on the first book I was pretty confident that this wouldn t be it But I was wrongThe worldbuilding still isn t very deep but with a enjoyable storyline it didn t bother me like it did before That or I just expected it this time around The biggest difference a positive one from the first book was the relationship and the characters It was really hard for me to like Margred because she came off as pretty selfish and cold I get that selkie s are all about themselves but that really doesn t endear them to me I expected of the same from Dylan but it was completely differentDylan acted cold and removed but he could never keep it up for long Under the surface he had countless emotions and fears that he refused to acknowledge because selkies didn t feel or want the way he did I loved watching him slowly get closer to Regina while resisting it at the same time His reluctant sentiment and caring were all the sweet and special because they were done despite himselfRegina took a bit longer for me to warm up to but it wasn t long before I liked her too I liked that she was so independent and didn t cling The very fact that she didn t made her perfect for Dylan because it forced him to reach out and acknowledge that he needed the little signs of affection too I liked that Nick wasn t just cast as a token character Kids are too often used strictly as a plot device and are then relegated to the shadows until it s convenient for them to come back out again and be precocious That didn t happen with Nick Regina actually treated him like a real son and feared his growing connection with Dylan She never forgot him and she didn t let Dylan eitherI enjoyed this book but there were a few things that bugged me For one once again this relationship is started with a one night stand Is this how every book by her is going to start I m not really a fan of this plot device so I hope not Also Regina sure did accept the existence of selkies with no problem I know Dylan needed that acceptance but a little disbelief wouldn t have been amiss After enjoying this one so much I m a lot excited about reading the next one I ve heard this series just gets better and better with each book so it should be a good one The Archetype of Initiation yearns for isn’t just go. Alright I can admit when I m wrong I shouldn t have waited so long to try this series again I got rec ed it by one of my friends but I did not like the first book in the series at all I agreed to try again but even after I got the book I put off reading it Last night as I was browsing my shelves looking for a book I spotted this one I added it to my Currently Reading shelf read a chapter and took it back off the shelf I browsed my shelves again looking for something else before forcing myself to pick the book back up to get it out of the way It s not that I d heard bad things about this book I was just in the mood for a good book and based on the first book I was pretty confident that this wouldn t be it But I was wrongThe worldbuilding still isn t very deep but with a enjoyable storyline it didn t bother me like it did before That or I just expected it this time around The biggest difference a positive one from the first book was the relationship and the characters It was really hard for me to like Margred because she came off as pretty selfish and cold I get that selkie s are all about themselves but that really doesn t endear them to me I expected of the same from Dylan but it was completely differentDylan acted cold and removed but he could never keep it up for long Under the surface he had countless emotions and fears that he refused to acknowledge because selkies didn t feel or want the way he did I loved watching him slowly get closer to Regina while resisting it at the same time His reluctant sentiment and caring were all the sweet and special because they were done despite himselfRegina took a bit longer for me to warm up to but it wasn t long before I liked her too I liked that she was so independent and didn t cling The very fact that she didn t made her perfect for Dylan because it forced him to reach out and acknowledge that he needed the little signs of affection too I liked that Nick wasn t just cast as a token character Kids are too often used strictly as a plot device and are then relegated to the shadows until it s convenient for them to come back out again and be precocious That didn t happen with Nick Regina actually treated him like a real son and feared his growing connection with Dylan She never forgot him and she didn t let Dylan eitherI enjoyed this book but there were a few things that bugged me For one once again this relationship is started with a one night stand Is this how every book by her is going to start I m not really a fan of this plot device so I hope not Also Regina sure did accept the existence of selkies with no problem I know Dylan needed that acceptance but a little disbelief wouldn t have been amiss After enjoying this one so much I m a lot excited about reading the next one I ve heard this series just gets better and better with each book so it should be a good one

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Read ñ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free É Virginia Kantra Free read Sea Fever ë PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ing of the sea over the fragile and treacherous emotions of humanity But Neither Regina nor Dylan foresee the future where only love can save them and the wor. Wow I am really loving this series The world is creative and not overly complicated The characters are well written and lovable I loved the relationship between Dylan and Regina and even their respective relationships with the little boy Nick It was good to see Maggie and Caleb again and I am looking forward to Lucy s book The demon was a whole lot creepier in this one for me and I m wondering whose form he will take in the next book It seems the Children of the Sea are going to be forced to pick a side soon