The only thing I loved about this book and I fangirled like crazy is the Oasis.
“The heart speaks in whispers. I heard too late.”
Farrow and Maximoff didn’t get nearly as much time to develop. Preexisting feelings and preexisting history that only got mentioned once isn’t nearly enough to build up to the romance I wanted to read.
“This was the immortality humans were meant to have: to be remembered by those who loved us long after our bodies have crumbled into dust.”
They find solace in one another in a slow pace with very realistic situations I absolutely loved and the writing made this so addictive to read.
I love the way Helen Hunting writes, her characters are always funny and over the top and I love them for that!
Unlike The Winter King, The Sea King takes a lot of time to put the two main characters together which would have been a nice build up to the romance if it had gone smoothly.
Shen has proven that she can write an asshole I can love and a heroine I can root for.
Malachi and I by J.J. McAvoy & Nineteen Letters by Jodi Perry
This is the kind of book that everything that can go wrong, will go wrong.