I had no expectations from this book, thanks to my misadventures in this sub-genre. But ‘Serendipity’ surprised me pleasantly.
It’s a mermaid book and if you like to read about these mythical beings, then maybe you might like to give this book a chance. That is if you don’t mind Chick lit style writing.
So far, I have found the heroines likeable, because of their independent nature. Not that I have anything against the rogues (included the reformed ones like earl in this one) roaming around. 😉 They are as interesting and charming as the heroines.
Only time I felt distress reading the book was when Polly’s father and Damon’s sister shows up. The duo is a perfect example of selfish, thoughtless and irresponsible people. Otherwise, I enjoyed reading the story.
I just loved reading ‘The Rogue Pirate’s Bride’ and didn’t feel even once that it’s part of a series. Which it is. Something that rarely pleases me to know that some book is a part of series, but happy to admit this one you can read without having read the previous books.