When you love someone so much that your heart aches without them in your life, would you give up everything you’ve ever known to be with them? Would you give up your identity?
This is exactly what Aria did. But her sacrifice comes at a great cost, with startling consequences. With no memory of her previous life, she’s forgotten what she really is, and who she’s left behind: a jealous, possessive God, who’s finally found her, and will stop at nothing to keep her heart from ever straying again.
In this dark and erotically passionate retelling of The Little Mermaid, can a love founded on humanity, stand the passing of time, an angry sea-God, and even death itself?
Aria makes a deal with an evil sea witch, she becomes human, to be with her love, Simon. But as always there are conditions, Aria won’t remember who she was before and Simon must never give her his heart. She agrees, eager to be with her love. Some time passes and Aria and Simon marry. After the ceremony Simon fully gives his heart to the beautiful Aria.
The spell is broken and Aria is forced back down to the depths of the ocean, broken hearted. Many years pass, then something unexpected happens.
To have loved and lost is better than never to have loved at all, In my opinion, but to have to make the decision to do it to do it twice is truly heart rendering.
I loved this tautly written piece from Dianna Hardy, I would of loved it to be longer.
And I will definitely be looking out for more works from Dianna.
A 5 star read