Drift

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Lily wants to be more than best friends with Jace, but that's not the only change in this fishy tail See Full Description

Description

Lily’s best friend Jace is moving to the other side of town and they’ve no classes together. Lily wants more than friendship but he starts dating Kiara who is pretty, popular & the best at everything. Then, Lily discovers something she is good at, swimming. Lily doesn’t want Jace and Kiara to kiss! With an unusual offer from Murray, the swim team superstar, Lily has the chance to ruin the blossoming romance, but at what cost? With a warning from her mum, famous for her fortune-telling skills, to stay away from Murray, Lily has to choose to follow her heart and accept Murray’s offer or let Jace go. And, with all the ‘fishy’ things that keep happening, her complicated romantic life is just the ‘spark’ of her problems. Lily learns she’s merallo & needs to control her powers before she kills!

Length

63,800 words

About 213 pages

28 comments on “Drift

  • This was an interesting read, the magic element added a nice touch. One suggestion from me would be to cut out the prologue completely. The prologue was very narration heavy. It was all things that could have been shown later on rather than told up front. One thing to look out for is making sure the reader knows when the person who is speaking has changed. It was an interesting twist to have Denny’s perspective rather than the love interest’s perspective. It makes this book stand out from others, since when there are two perspectives it is almost always the two love interest perspectives. The ending was a little unsatisfying, because I would have liked to have learned more about what it means to be a ‘Merallo.’ However, I am going to guess that is because it is meant to be part of a series.

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