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Gabriel Braven senses danger, but he's helpless to stop it.
Gabriel's inevitable transformation into a merman brings him both great joy and great sadness. Though he must soon leave his human family, he is eager to experience the beauty of Emralis, the Mer city, together with his water-dwelling lover, Casillus. As Gabriel's protective mental barriers finally begin to drop, he can grasp the true depths of his Mer prince's encompassing love.
But Gabriel is unusual, even for a Mer. As a rare Caller, his psychic gifts surprise even Casillus. Though they will enable him to speak mind to mind with Corey and Grandma G on land, they also draw him closer to Cthulhu, the alien entity whose presence means destruction and madness for the human race.
But Gabriel's time on land is running out. He has a feeling that nothing will stop his grandmother's lover, Professor Johnson Tims, from exposing the Mers' existence. And he is not at all sure he can hold Cthulhu back from protecting the ocean-dwelling race...and destroying the humans in the process, including Corey and Grandma G!
©2014 Catherine Tetzlaff (P)2015 Catherine Tetzlaff
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2 out of 5 stars
By Bruce D. Parker on 01-03-18

As individual stories these are left lacking.

Don't purchase to these as individual stories. The author took a passable story and broke it into five parts to sell separately. None of those parts stand well alone

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2 out of 5 stars
By Tom(C) on 08-04-16

the writer doesn't respect the reader's intellegence

Too much repetition of thoughts, the past, even the present. I want to shake up the author and say I get it already. I got it three books ago. Too much writing down to the readers as if we are children. But if we are children reading this was is there so much explicit sex? The author waits until the last quarter of the book to advance the story at a normal pace with interesting plot twists. Although there are few plot twists since the books are so predictable.

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