The Sea Goddess

Rated 4.86/5 based on 7 reviews
On this cursed night each year, The Goddess’s powerful magic lingers in the air. The moon and seas turn red, stirring violence in all those creatures dark of soul. Lady Dessi Quinn has vowed not to leave the castle on such a dangerous night. Instead, she longs to explore the strange connection between Lord Smit Croswell and herself, even as she tries to deny it. More
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About Lisa Morrow

Lisa Morrow is a life-long reader who treasures fantasy in all forms. Being a middle child in a large family gave her a unique perspective on the world, but few experiences compare to her time spent studying abroad in Cambridge, England and wandering throughout Europe.

After her travels, Lisa settled down in Arizona to teach junior high English, and later, to spend time with her young children, husband, and cats. To some people, her life may seem quiet. But to her, every day is spent in a world colored by the imagination of children, and fantastical worlds created by her very own mind.

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joeysayswhoa reviewed on June 17, 2015

The short story did a good job of hooking me for whatever Morrow does next. If you like fantasy and strong female characters, give this short story a try. It's a quick read.
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FantasticalMom reviewed on June 7, 2015

Great sneak peak into a world I'd enjoy spending time in.
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Maven Fire reviewed on June 7, 2015

I don’t usually have high expectations of free stories, but I was hooked as soon as I read the first sentence of this one. I loved the twist on traditional mythology and the rich descriptions of the world. Strong heroines are my favorite and Dessi did not disappoint. This story had the right balance of thrills and romance. I am looking forward to reading more from this author.
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Jessie J. reviewed on June 5, 2015

I am NEVER one to write reviews but I just felt like I must after reading this story! I'm going to be honest here, I've never been a reader...until today. I was messing around online when I came across this book. Bravo to the writer, you were able to keep my attention! I found myself caught up in the fantasy of "The Sea Goddess". As I read, I just felt I couldn't take my eyes off the screen. I needed to read more. I needed to find out what happened. I can't wait to read more books from this same author. Enjoy!
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mominaz reviewed on June 5, 2015

I found “The Sea Goddess” while looking for summer reading for my teen daughters and was pleasantly surprised that I liked it enough myself to finish it at one sitting. This is a fast-paced, exciting story that melds mystery with friendship, loyalty, danger and romance in a magical world reminiscent of old Irish folktales, knights, ladies and court intrigue. After clicking on the Lisa Morrow author page to find out more about these characters and their adventures, I realized that this is only a short story leading up to the book, To Kill a Wizard: Rose's Story (The Protectors of Tarak), which is now next on my reading list.
(review of free book)
carbonleaf28 reviewed on June 5, 2015

I stumbled across this short story while waiting to get an oil change, and the price was definitely right. Wasn't expecting much from a little-known author, but was pleasantly surprised by the concise and detailed plot in a limited amount of words. Would definitely recommend to someone who has an hour or two to spend and enjoys a little romance mixed into a magical world. There was even an unexpected twist in it! Can't wait to see what else the author has coming out in the near future.
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MagickChicken reviewed on June 5, 2015

I really enjoyed this short story, which I guess is a prequel to her upcoming To Kill A Wizard book. It was a quick read, and the characters were interesting. Smit is hot! And the kiss was too short, lol. But the story had an interesting take on goddesses and magic. The difference between the hero and heroine's cultures will be interesting to watch - I saw Smit as a kind of stiff upper lip Brit and her as a passionate Irish lass. Definitely worth a read - and it's free!
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