Thursday, February 25, 2016
SEA SIREN Rides (Swims?) Again
This book, originally published by a traditional publisher 16 years ago and then re-published by me in 2012, started climbing the charts unexpectedly yesterday. Needless to say, I'm delighted to be giving that news!
If you have never read this romantic tail (yes, that's my feeble attempt at a play on words, ha!), please do take advantage and get your copy here.
"Tino Suarez never believed in mermaids—that is, until he found himself up close and personal with one of those temptingly sexy, fish-tailed ladies of the sea. Even more amazing is that this fateful meeting has taken place on dry land, right there in the little Long Island fishing village the brooding sea captain calls home.
But if she truly is a mermaid, then this beautiful and saucy Latin siren is posing as a flesh-and-blood woman. Kiki Figueroa, co-owner of the new Puerto Rican restaurant in town, still believes in love, though she’s gone through a painful marriage that ended in divorce. She also believes there’s a passionate fire inside that seagoing Spaniard and that he’s the catch of a lifetime for any woman, human or mythical. The problem? Captain Suarez has also been deeply disappointed by love. So it’s going to take a legend as old as the sea to make him believe once again in this old-fashioned and sensuous romantic tale."