Pretty in Pearls (Fins #3.5) by Tera Lynn Childs ~ Review by Fallon

5 Out of 5 Stars

Author Description:

Undersea romance with captivating merboys, deep friendship, and spectacular pearls.

Set in Tera Lynn Childs’ fin-flicking world that began with Forgive My Fins, this 100-page digital novella focuses on Periwinkle Wentletrap, Princess Lily’s best friend, and is perfect for fans of mermaids, light romance, and mythology retellings.

As Princess Lily’s emissary, Peri works hard to make sure her best friend knows all the goings on in the underwater kingdom of Thalassinia. The upcoming Sea Harvest Dance means plenty of fun for them, too, including shopping for jewels, trims, and dress making supplies. Peri especially loves the pearls she finds at Thalassinia’s marketplace—and she might be falling head over fins for Riatus, the thoughtful pearl trader who looks like a dashing pirate.

When Lily realizes her friend has a crush, she is determined to help them get together in time for the dance—except her matchmaking efforts backfire, sweeping Peri into dangerous depths and tangled in confusing tides. Should Peri give up on Riatus and find a different date to the Sea Harvest Dance, or will they finally find a way to float along the same current?

Fallon's Review:

I loved this book so much. I am hoping Tera Lynn childs puts this short into print. It was actually pretty long for a short story. The feature of this short story is princess Lily's best friend Peri. Peri has always been the loyal hard working best friend who watched Lily find her perfect match. Now is Peri's turn to find who she wants to be with. 

This was cheeky and adorable. Reading Tera Lynn Childs Fins series always puts me in a good mood. I am giving this book 5 out of 5 stars. This is a must read and I hope Tera Lynn continues with these amazing stories. 


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