Fairytales suck...... and Samantha Jennings is living proof. Raised by a mother as wary and bitter as she is beautiful, Samantha has longed for most of her twenty-nine years to know more about her past – who her real father is, who she is. She never imagined her grand revelation would come in the form of a smug tabloid stringer on her doorstep.In an instant, Samantha is trFairytales suck...... and Samantha Jennings is living proof. Raised by a mother as wary and bitter as she is beautiful, Samantha has longed for most of her twenty-nine years to know more about her past – who her real father is, who she is. She never imagined her grand revelation would come in the form of a smug tabloid stringer on her doorstep.In an instant, Samantha is transformed from anonymous veterinarian with a passion for whales to bastard American royalty under relentless scrutiny from every conceivable direction. Desperate for escape, she takes a job nursing rescued sea mammals on a private Caribbean island, a place so remote even maritime navigators barely know it exists. Her new employer is wealthy, charming, fiercely handsome, and his interest in Sam is clearly more than just professional. Happy endings may be in short supply, but she dares to hope that hers could be in the making.And then Sam overhears a conversation, one not meant for human ears, so unnerving it threatens to undo both her heart and her mind. Her fairytale has only just begun and it's far from the simple fable she thought it was....
|Title||:||The 7th Tear|
|Number of Pages||:||291 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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The 7th Tear Reviews
Unique conceptMarine biologist who is afraid of deep water serves as a rehab vet on an island for a reclusive millionaire. She falls in love with a manatee but discovers a world of oceanic shifters. Writing was very choppy and hard to follow at times. Okay read. Title choice was intriguing but had nothing to do with story.
I don't know who wrote the blurb, but the story has nothing to do with it, starting with the mother who's never in the story, not even in the past. No mention of her beauty or other information except she wasn't good in choosing men it seems. Maybe.A strange pnr with a weird plot, it had its moments, but overall was merely meh.
Not what it couldThis story started out good was different in the shifter books . Don't think I'd want to be fish . But each section was just drug out and out till boredom turned to tears . A little less of the same thing . A little more of well more .
This wasn't what I expected when reading the summary. But over all it was okay
Loved. This book. The love story is beautiful and the friendships forged is surprising. Not what I expected when I downloaded the.book.
Sea creature shifters. Shallow characters. Bayless' other series is much better.