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Sea Witch-Virginia Kantra

The villain was one of the best characters and perhaps the most well-rounded. Meanwhile vorginia demon takes possession of a human host and kills Selkies in hopes of a Mer-human war.

It grabbed me by the first couple of pages and didn’t let go as it raced to the end. Auch das unterschwellige Knistern zwischen Margred und Caleb besitzt viel Charme, wodurch Romantikerinnen voll auf ihre Kosten kommen. I love the adult content, the eplicit sex was very beautiful and made me want more as it carried on. It sounds horrible, but when I try to hold romances to the same standard I hold most urban fantasies, they always seem to come up short.

Es ist blau und zeigt eine Frau in einem tollen Kleid die im Wasser zu schweben scheint. I finished it much quicker th Plot: Margred is a selkie First book in the Sea series.

Apr 22, Casee rated it really liked it Shelves: My husband and I were all over that coast last summer, and you can feel the dramatic tension between land and sea.


Sea Witch (Children of the Sea, book 1) by Virginia Kantra

The pelt is their means of shifting and immortality. I definitely like this one much better. He comes across as an antagonistic drunk for most of the story, but eventually exhibits a more-rounded character.

I do recommend reading Shifter.

Perfect mix of romance and paranormal adventure, with a lush setting, fully birginia characters and an exciting plot. After that, Caleb would check that stretch of beach.

Sea Witch Kantra

I love the idea of this series, I love the characters who were introduced, and I think the demons children of fire will be back in the next few books.

Doch dann ist Maggie fort. Denn wie man an dem ersten Satz bereits erkennt, so schreibt sie sehr offen und verrucht. The story premise has promise and I found the main characters interesting, but neither was fleshed out. I bought this book for my own enjoyment.

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Margred ist eine Selkie – sie kommt aus dem Meer. In a similar vein, you created some especially fascinating secondary characters, including Dylan, the Selkie born of a human father and a Selkie mother; and Lucy, who seems to have a mystery around her. Maggie kam mir, besonders gegen Anfang, vor wie ein Kleinkind. They did make one awesome couple. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.


The writing is good, but somewhat bland.

So the larger tension between land and sea, magical and mundane, plays out within their family and in the loves they find as well. Also in Children of the Sea. I wish there was more detail about her people running through these pages. Although there’s not much night life make that pretty much noneafter his viirginia in Iraq and a bitter divorce, he’s not quite ready to start looking for a woman anyway. While finishing up he comes upon Margred in her human form and sexual sparks start to fly right away.

He had his demons and his lingering injuries, but it didn’t make him any less of a hero in this novel. I had a hard time relating to her and too many times I felt she was selfish and it turned me off, despite the fact the author set up her personality well and tie I loved the premise of this series, and the world building.

She’s drawn to Caleb’s island and Caleb. Though, I have fuzzy, sick brain. There’s kabtra demon loose in World’s End and he’s trying to make war between the elements of land and sea, earth and water.