It’s not often that I read a book and want to shout about it from the rooftops. Opposite Ends of the Sea by Daniela A. Mera and Elayna R Gallea is one of those rare books that
Gripped me from the first page and kept me thoroughly engrossed throughout the entire story.
The makings of an Epic Fantasy weaved with aspects of the real world draw you in making it easy for you to fall into the story and realize five hours later that you should really go to bed.
Opposite Ends of the Sea is a dual POV romantic adventure told from the perspective of a Summer Fae male, Nathaniel, and a Winter Court female, Elva who meet on the docks while Elva is on a mercenary job. Their connection is immediate but neither makes any moves, instead, pining for each other and the few moments they get to spend together when she’s in town. When Nathaniel finds out that Elva has been kidnapped he immediately risks everything to rescue her despite not knowing anything about fighting, battle and the toll killing will take. When they are reunited Nathaniel and Elva’s romantic feelings are revealed but there are more pressing matters to attend to.
Elva is a strong, independent female who has been raised that feelings will be her downfall but Nathaniel breaks her barriers and her feelings for him makes her that much stronger. While Nathaniel, a fun-loving summer court fae with daddy issues discovers that he will do anything for the woman he loves, including murdering the crown prince she was once engaged to.
The magical logic is thoroughly thought through and was a nice reprieve from the usual questions that pop into my mind when shifters maintain their clothing when changing clothes and when elemental magic is used against the opposite type.
This book is bound to be a best seller and I’m so glad that I was able to read it early.
A Five Star book worthy of the number one spot on Indie bestseller lists, Opposite Ends of the Sea will have you wishing it wouldn’t end. You can find it on Amazon and Kindle Unlimited.
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