Persephonice is given the mission of distracting the shadow elves who are bound to learn what is blocking their water source before they discover a space ship is sitting in the middle of their river. That’s how all the trouble begins.Persephonice is an overseer–an observer and recorder of information about inhabitants of civilized worlds. Only she’s lost her lifemate and cannot be an overseer without one. She’s given a second chance if she can prove she’s worthy if she can survive an inhospitable planet inhabited by elves and other mythical creatures she’s only read about, very little of which is known of them except that they constantly battle amongst themselves and are not civilized enough to safely observe.The shadow elf, Dracolin, a warrior given the task of learning what is blocking their water source, doesn’t expect to find the most unusual creature he’s ever encountered–a red-haired, green-eyed land-bound mermaid. That’s only the beginning. She understands and can speak his language, falls off cliffs without injuring herself, and swims like a mermaid–without the fishtail.Everyone is intrigued with her–except some fear her uniqueness and want to destroy her. That is the problem with observing uncivilized worlds.
When I was a kid, I read all kinds of fairy tales and mythology from all over the world, and later, I loved Star Trek, Star Wars, Serenity, Lord of the Rings, and such a mixture of past and present, of mythical creatures and futuristic worlds. Of places stuck in the past while others moved ahead. Of those who thought they were the civilized nations, when a more primitive form wasn’t so uncivilized. It’s a fun electric story meant to be fun.
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