The Syrena Legacy Trilogy
- Of Poseidon
- Of Triton
- Of Neptune
Summary: Galen is the prince of the Syrena. By Syrena he means the people who live underwater and have a tail growing through their bum. He is soon travelign to land in hear of a human girl who can communicate with fish and that is when he literally bumps himself into the Emma. Both of these teens feel the connection they have as soon as they bump into each other. Galen soon founds out that the girl he is looking for is actually Emma, but he still doesn’t believe she has the gifts. First of all she is human-ish and she doesn’t know anything about this Syrena world. Now all Galen needs to do is convince Emma of this fish-out-of-water world while getting closer to her to find out what is with this connection that both of these teens realize they have and not be sent to a crazy ward while doing so. He needs Emma to see that she is somehow she is the key to his kingdom. Told by both of the POV’s of Galen and Emma you sure would be able to see the story behind the human’s eyes and the Syrena’s eyes. This series was very different from things I usually read. This is one of my first series’ with mermaids (Syrena) in it and I have to say that I really did enjoy it. Not to mention it will make your inner fangirl go crazy for all the shipping that is involved in this book
My Review: I SHIP IT! GALEMMA! IT MAKING MY FANGIRL SELF CRAZY! Seriously these characters made the book even more fun than it originally was. All the bickering and teasing just made this book so much more adorable. Galem and Emma reminded me so much of Daemon and Katy from the Lux Series. I also really liked Rayna and Toraf. Rayna was Galem’s twin sister while Toraf was her mate and Galem’s best friend. The relationship between the four just was so adorable. The plot itself for the three books was amazing. I think out of all the three books I would say that the original one was definitely my favorite. Just because Galem and Emma are always bickering in the first book. When I was reading about all the powers that the Syrena had I had to admit it was pretty cool. I mean communicating with sea creatures, super speed, and invisibility. That is pretty awesome. I have to say that these three books really did surprise me. I was expecting so much from this book but it really did prove itself to me and I loved it. Its been added to my favorites list and I really recommend it to all of you as well.
“You can put me down now.”
“I’m not ready yet.” He tightens his hold.
“You don’t have to hold—“
“Emma? Can you hear me?”
“Uh, yes. I can hear fine. I just can’t see—“
“That’s a relief. Because for a minute there, I thought maybe you didn’t hear me when I said I’m not ready yet.”
― Anna Banks, Of Poseidon
“Basically, everyone thinks–knows–how sweet I am.