At The Water's Edge

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
After falling overboard from her tour boat during a squall, Sara Adams wakes up on a deserted island in the Bermuda Triangle. However, the island isn’t as deserted as she first thinks. A handsome stranger brings her food that couldn’t possibly grow there; but he always disappears at night and when it rains. Ancient forces and her fear of the ocean stand in the way of satisfying her heart. More

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About Melanie Nilles

Melanie Nilles writes a variety of science fiction and fantasy, including the romantic Starfire Angels series, Adronis series, The Luriel Cycle trilogy, and other romantic-leaning titles. As M. A. Nilles, she publishes darker science fiction and fantasy, including the Demon Age series, Legend of the White Dragon, and Starfire Angels: Revelations series. For updates, visit her website a www.melanienilles.com.

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Review by: Z.Z. Rae on May 10, 2013 :
This book really captured my attention from the beginning to the end. I loved the characters and felt very connected to them. I’ve always been a fan of mythological creatures, and this book definitely had a new twist on some of the lore. I fully enjoyed it!

The book starts off with a girl named, Sara, who is going on a cruise as a dare. Everyone tells her that she’s “boring”, so she takes the dare and heads out on the ocean. In the midst of her trip a storm rises and she gets tossed overboard. Thinking she’s going to drown Sara eventually blacks out. She wakes up on an island with a pile of food beside her. Sara soon discovers that she’s not the only one on the island.

I really loved the sweet love story that wraps you up in its little finger. I love how the simple life of the island melts the heart of this girl with the heart of a mythological man. It was a very clean book, and I liked that since it seems like most romances are full of garbage now. Darian had my heart as well.
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Review by: Z.Z. Rae on May 10, 2013 :
This book really captured my attention from the beginning to the end. I loved the characters and felt very connected to them. I’ve always been a fan of mythological creatures, and this book definitely had a new twist on some of the lore. I fully enjoyed it!

The book starts off with a girl named, Sara, who is going on a cruise as a dare. Everyone tells her that she’s “boring”, so she takes the dare and heads out on the ocean. In the midst of her trip a storm rises and she gets tossed overboard. Thinking she’s going to drown Sara eventually blacks out. She wakes up on an island with a pile of food beside her. Sara soon discovers that she’s not the only one on the island.

I really loved the sweet love story that wraps you up in its little finger. I love how the simple life of the island melts the heart of this girl with the heart of a mythological man. It was a very clean book, and I liked that since it seems like most romances are full of garbage now. Darian had my heart as well.
(review of free book)
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