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About STORM DAMAGED:
Author: Kerry Adrienne
Genre: Urban Fantasy
Release Date: January 26, 2016
Publisher: Loose Id
Print Length: 231 pages
Digital ISBN: 978-1-68252-044-4
In a world where humans don’t know mermaids exist, Mari leaves her home in the ocean to escape her mother, her betrothed, and her tribe’s expectations in order to make a go of independence on land. Chase, former Navy diver and self-appointed curmudgeon-who-isn’t-worthy-of-love, lost his brother in a freak diving accident and now fears the ocean he once loved.
When a hurricane threatens, they have to work together to save everything they’ve worked so hard to build. With Mari’s betrothed on the rampage over a centuries-old vendetta, the storm isn’t the worst thing they’ll have to face.
Read an Excerpt:
Mari’s lower lip trembled and she rubbed her palms against her knees and looked back toward
Inna. She was in trouble.
Inna stood, unmoving, and staring at her. She reached to her throat, but words had dried on her
tongue. She shook her head as tears sprang to her eyes. This couldn’t be happening. Not now. Not when
she was finally getting Chase to relax. Not when she thought things were finally getting better. Not when
she’d finally pushed her betrothal out of her mind, at least for the moment.
Mari looked from Chase to Inna, then back to Chase. What to do? What to say? The only way
this situation could be worse was if Inna saw everything… Oh gods, how long had he been watching?
He’d kill them both.
“He’s been watching.” Had she spoken aloud, or was her mind screaming? She blinked away the
tears and wiped away the trails on her cheeks. It felt like her frightened heart had expanded and she
couldn’t breathe. Inna was going to kill them.
Chase jerked upright. “He couldn’t have seen anything inside the cart. It’s okay. He didn’t see
The setting sun streamed across the park, casting long shadows of rides onto the empty beach
like an invading army of giant insects. Inna’s thick shadow moved swiftly along the ground. One thing
was for sure, Inna had seen enough to be pissed.
He was headed directly for them.
Repped by the fabulous Marisa Corvisiero with the Corvisiero Literary Agency. http://www.corvisieroagency.com/
Kerry loves history and spends large amounts of time wondering about people who lived and walked on Earth in the past. She’s a mom to three daughters, six cats, and various small animals. Her husband says she’s a marketer’s dream, as she often believes everything she hears—at least initially. Her shoe horde will attest to her fine shopping skills.
In addition to writing, Kerry loves to sew (costumes and cosplay, especially), draw, paint, make chainmail, and play guitar.
Her new love is her Mini Cooper Convertible, Sheldon, and they have already gone on many adventures. They travel to as many concerts as they can–especially Green Day and Marilyn Manson.
You can visit her much-neglected costuming blog here: http://cloakandcostume.blogspot.com/ Maybe she’ll have time to update it soon.
Many thanks to Barclay Publicity for providing all materials for this spotlight post.