Tears of the Sea
My Rating: 5 out of 5 Stars
MaryLu Tyndall, PLEASE never stop writing. I have enjoyed every book you have written and I never want to stop being so entertained! Whether I’m reading about adventures on the high seas or about colonists braving the jungles of Brazil, I’m always swept away in the romance and adventure of MaryLu Tyndall’s novels.
In Tears of the Sea, MaryLu Tyndall explores new territories as she dives into the world of fantasy. Over 300 years ago, Perdita fell under a curse that turned her into a mermaid. Every 10 years she gets the chance to break the curse by becoming human for a month and trying to find true love. But after 300 years of giving herself freely to men and never finding ways to make them stay, Perdita has just about given up hope.
Savion is on a mission to return to his father’s kingdom in Nevaeh. But unfortunately for him, he is unsure what task he must complete in order to return. In the meantime, he tries to ignore Perdita’s constant attempts to gain his affections.
Tears of the Sea is a beautiful biblical allegory. Not only does MaryLu Tyndall bring this fantasy world to life, she paints a beautiful picture of Jesus’s love for us. While this was not my favorite read from MaryLu Tyndall, I still enjoyed it immensely and I know that whatever MaryLu writes, I will read it!
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