Release Date: March 2012
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The Manhattan Mermaids: Believed to be the most beautiful women in the city, they entertain wealthy, powerful men in an exclusive club called Fathoms....and are all virgins. Derek Prince doesn't believe they really exist, until he meets the stunningly sensual Xenia. She drives him wild with desire, but giving in to temptation means losing her position at Fathoms. Derek is incredibly turned on by the thought of being Xenia's first...but will he be willing to wait for her?
THIS BOOK IS RECOMMENDED FOR READERS
AGES 18 AND UP
Mermaids, have cold hearts. To win the heart of one takes much perseverance
The story opens with Derek Prince, sharing the story of how he met and got involved with Xenia, a mermaid, while he's out with his boys in the exclusive club, Fathoms, owned by Kingsley a rich Frenchman who manages said mermaids. He proceeds to tell them his first hand knowledge and experience of being involved with a virgin mermaid and discover their ways. Derek spares no details in his retelling and ends it in a cliffhanger much to the dismay of his friends. Good for us, TReisz spared us the guess work and made us privy to Derek and Xenia's HEA.
Land is grand, Mr. Prince, but wetter is better. Some days it's good to be the King.
At 46 pages, this short story provides a satisfactory in-between read. There's not much going on story wise but it it had the right amount of steam to make it a good sexy getaway. Personally I wanted to know more about these mermaids and Kingsley in particular. The man is so suave and enigmatic, he's the quiet but dangerous shark in a suit that's too smooth for comfort, I find him more interesting than Derek. Now the mermaid myth left me guessing, I'm not quite sure if they are REAL mermaids or if that is what they call their group. Overall I'd recommend this to those who are into sexy romance readers.
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