Cresting Tide

Rated 4.00/5 based on 1 reviews
Peter, fleeing from an arranged marriage to a woman, stows away aboard a merchant ship only to be discovered and pitched into the sea. Floating upon the current and awaiting death, he is rescued by a mythical sea elf.

Cuke knew his curiosity with humans would only lead him to trouble but he never expected it would lead him to love. More

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Words: 29,690
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476167121
About Brenda Cothern

Brenda is unlike most authors since she only began writing a few years ago. Her first book Fates, an adult fantasy, was published in 2010. Her love for reading fantasy, paranormal, and contemporary erotic romance has caused her to discard her Bachelor’s degrees in management and marketing in order to write full time. She is an Amazon and ARe best-selling author. Brenda resides in Tampa, FL when not attending conventions and is a volunteer with the Tampa Bay Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence. She is also an active member in organizing the Florida Leather n’ Fetish Pride weekend and an associate member of the Tampa Leather Club. Most recently, she has joined coordinating staff for RainbowCon 2015.
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Review by: Laki Taz on July 14, 2014 :
Novel Breakdown

Characters: 4
I truly enjoyed Peter and Cuke as characters. Sometimes the least complicated characters make for the best stories.

Plot: 3
The plot was very basic so there wasn't much to say about it.

Flow: 3.5
I was thrown off the flow only one time and that was toward the end. I thought it was a time continuity error but after going back and re-reading it, I realized the character was doing a flashback.

Believability: 4
I totally bought into the characters, the romance and the setting.

Sexual Tension: 3
There was just enough to tease and sate the reader without being crude or going overboard.

Romance: 5
The difference in species and communication was well done and the feelings they had for each other came through clearly.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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