- By Teresa Rae Elisha Braithwaite

The Sea Taketh (Alex Singer)

  • Title: The Sea Taketh (Alex Singer)
  • Author: Teresa Rae Elisha Braithwaite
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 393
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The Sea Taketh Alex Singer Alex s and Christian s meeting is the classic love story of boy meets girl boy falls madly in love with girl and girl avoids boy like the plague Alex sees the handsome popular and arrogant Christi

    Alex s and Christian s meeting is the classic love story of boy meets girl, boy falls madly in love with girl, and girl avoids boy like the plague Alex sees the handsome, popular, and arrogant Christian as nothing than a distraction on her way to college until she gives herself permission to risk losing her heart.Alex soon learns Christian isn t what he seems to be,Alex s and Christian s meeting is the classic love story of boy meets girl, boy falls madly in love with girl, and girl avoids boy like the plague Alex sees the handsome, popular, and arrogant Christian as nothing than a distraction on her way to college until she gives herself permission to risk losing her heart.Alex soon learns Christian isn t what he seems to be, and the cultural divide between them is much deeper than she ever could have imagined Instead of being from a foreign country, he is from a foreign and hidden world With Christian s help, Alex discovers there is beneath the waves than what she has learned in science class.

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    1. I wanted to like this book more than I did, but in all reality my feelings toward "The Sea Taketh" are only lukewarm. I'll get to my complaints in a minute, but first, plot summary:Alex Singer is a high school senior who lives in a tiny little town on the coast of Maine with her grandfather, who is a fisherman. Every time he goes out on the water to fish, she is afraid he won't come back. Ever since her parents drowned in the ocean, Alex has been terrified to go back out in the water. So she con [...]

    2. Really good!!Mermaids and mermen are not usually the kind of books I go for, but once in a while there's is some author that can make an unique kind of them.I really liked how mer-folk were portrayed in this book. And more than anything I like how Alex was. She was different from the usually main character and it's good to see a girl that can see a good looking guy and not just drool and fall in love with him. She really made Christian work a lot for her attention, most heroines just pretend to [...]

    3. I really enjoyed this book. It was a fun read. If you enjoyed the Twilight books, you would enjoy this book. It is a little bit of everything, romantic, suspenseful, and mystical all wrapped up into a good story. I read the book front to back in one weekend. I would recommend this book for a good entertaining read.

    4. I enjoyed this book immensely. Its not something that I would typically read, but with the information on mermaids and sirens, you think UGH, but its about soul mates and love and as a reader, you overlook the background and enjoy the entire story.

    5. This was a great read. It surprised me a few times. I really enjoyed it. It is always funner when you can't see where the story is going and you experience it new. You cannot know what happens unless you read the book. There are several fun turns you just don't see coming. Loved it!

    6. A great teen/young adult romance/fantasy. The characters are easy to relate to and become friends with. The writing is fantastic!

    7. I wasn't expecting the twist to fantasy I was ready to put it down after that. But I kept reading and found it to be an interesting read.

    8. Excellent storytelling.gOil love the ocean and that mAde this Ll thAt more speciAl is a terrific story Nd very intrigi.g pulls you in Nd leVels you want I.g most.p

    9. Lackluster execution, a raging Mary-Sue, and an alarming number of editing errors (immerged as immersed). Some good ideas, but ultimately not worth it.

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