Review of Heart of the Sea by Jasmine Denton

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Synopis

A devastating curse, an ancient witch, and a dangerous love…

How far would you go to save the life of the person you love? In another lifetime, Mykaela made a deal with the devil—a powerful sea-witch Narissa who used her to steal the souls of drowning victims. Mykaela can keep her lover Dylan alive by helping Narissa gain ultimate power using those souls.

Mykaela’s been reincarnated to pay her debt to the witch. To ensure her obedience, Narissa turns the teen’s life into a hellish battlefield by hurting her friends and putting her mother into a magical coma. The supernatural has been on her side up until now, but when someone close to her takes a trip down the dark side, old wounds are opened. Can they break the curse before she loses everyone she holds dear in this lifetime?

REVIEW:
Denton uses Greek Mythology’s Poseidon to gear up a tale of love and loss about a sea witch, a dolphin god, and two star crossed lovers that would do anything to find each other.  With hints of Romeo and Juliet origins, Heart of the Sea amply show what can happen to people who recognize past mistakes and try to fix the damage they may have caused.

Author Bio:
Jasmine Denton has trouble confining herself to one genre, so she writes books that often include (but aren’t limited to) fantasy, sci-fi, thrillers, paranormal romance, contemporary romance and issue-based.
You can find Jasmine on facebook, twitter and pinterest.

Links to social media sites for the author:

http://twitter.com/jasmineldenton

goodreads.com/jasmineldenton

jasmineldenton.wordpress.com

https://www.facebook.com/jasmineldenton?fref=ts

Links to where book is sold:

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00NMI50DY

all books are also available at worldcastlepublishing.com

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