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  • A perfect summer read!

    From the time Ella was little, she’s had a deep fear of the sea. Whether it started with her own near-drowning or the strange visions she’s had of multiple people dying near the sea, she’s petrified of the power of the sea. She’s carried this fear into her relationships as well which many have ended with her partner’s death. But while on vacation in Key West, she meets Daniel, who’s everything she’s ever wanted in a man. No matter how much she fights it, she falls in love. She’s deathly afraid of losing him to the sea. Can she learn to let go of her fear and love fully or is she doomed to repeat the past? Wow, what a beautiful story. Eternal Seas is an emotional women’s fiction with lyrical narration set in Key West. The setting was so detailed, I could feel the sand between my toes. The characters, though, are what drive this story. Ella is a complex character with deep-seated fears that connect the reader with her. The spiritual element of the story kept me turning the pages. The mystery and romance added to the depth of the plot. The only thing I would change would be the info dump at the beginning. It would’ve been better to share Ella’s story throughout the book rather than right at the start. The ending: WOW! I didn’t see that coming. If you’re looking to be swept away on a journey from fear to love, pick up Eternal Seas today. It would be a perfect summer read. Favorite Character/Quote: Ella. I found her to be such a fascinating character. Her fear of the sea is very real and well portrayed. I instantly connected with her and wanted to reassure her that everything was going to be okay. On some level, she’s still a part of me, even though I’ve finished reading. My Rating: 4.5 stars

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  • Premonitions and flashbacks for Ella

    Eternal Seas by N. Christine Samuelson was recommended to me personally by the author after I reviewed another of her books. She said that I'd enjoy it, and she was right! The storyline was awesome! I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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