In a world where water and earth teem with life, Serafay is an anomaly. The result of genetic experiments on her mother’s water-borne line Serafay will have to face the very people responsible to discover who she really is. But is she the only one?
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This was an interesting and excitingly different story for me and I am loving it so far! The story opens with Nilafay (a water species that can also live on the land) running from The Erdlanders (land dwellers) because they want to do experiments on her. Anyhow she cant flee them and ends up in their captivity where she becomes pregnant with a hybrid of the two races. It gets a bit sad from there because once she is able to break away, her own species rejects her because her daughter is a hybrid so they wind up alone because she refuses to give up her child.
I enjoyed how Two Moons of Sera is told in small installments because it gave me little stopping points to take breathers and just pick back up. The author's writing flows and provides quite the descriptive story but yet leaves the door open for your own imagination to roam free as well. I have always been fascinated with mermaids or mer people so I guess that is another reason I fell in love with Two Moons of Sera even though they are not really mer folk it was still a wonderful story and I am anxious to continue reading it.
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Genre – Fantasy Romance
Rating – PG13 to R
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