Floating with his Sea Cow by Charlie Richards

Title: Floating with his Sea Cow

Series: Beneath Aquatica’s Waves 02

Author: Charlie Richards

Genre: Paranormal

Publisher: eXtasy Books (October 20, 2017)

Length: Short Story (77 Pages)

Heat Level: Low

Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥ 4.5 Hearts

Blurb: World of Aquatica: When a foolish dare goes horribly wrong, a human has more than one eye-opening experience.

Tyrone has walked–or swam–the Earth a lot of years. Most of that time he’s spent alone. Working with dozens of other marine shifters at World of Aquatica finally brings him close to others that are sort of his kind–they’re shifters, anyway. He works security, seeing as he can’t be in an exhibit because, technically, his kind are supposed to be extinct. When he spots a skinny human shoplifting, he catches him…and realizes the man–Braylon–is his mate. Tyrone convinces his bross and alpha not to call the police. Instead, they give Braylon hours cleaning the park as a sort of community service. During that time, Tyrone has to go about doing something he hasn’t had to do in over four hundred years of life. Can he figure out how to woo a human so very different than himself?

ISBN: 978-1-4874-1650-8

Product Link: eXtasy Books | Amazon US | Amazon UK

Reviewer: Lisa

Review: Each book in the Beneath Aquatica’s Waves collection features a new romantic couple. To enjoy the overall story arc and crossover characters, I would recommend reading the series in sequential order.

Braylon is a rich kid with lousy taste in friends. The one time he listens and it ends him up in big trouble. Although the punishment is not so bad, the guy who is supervising him is a walking wet dream. Lets see if he thinks that once he figures out what Tyrone is.

I have followed this author for quite some time, her series always are very fascinating and unique. So when this new series comes out, I knew I just had to grab it. You don’t see many aquatic animals in stories, so for me it just made it rock even more. I do wish they had a bit more to them though.

Charlie Richards has done it again, given me a story that just rocked my world. I would definitely recommend this book.

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