Splatter at Sea Presents Sirens and Seaweed by Candace Nola
Gems sparkle beneath a dazzling waterfall but that pales in comparison to the island beauties laying on the black sands, while the jewel of them all sings a haunting melody.
The crew rushes back to tell Captain Hammer, the most feared of all the pirate captains, of what they’ve found. A plan is hatched, chaos ensues, and the sea will churn red by midnight.
Arrgh, read this one, mates!
This is the first Pirate themed book that I've read in at least 15 years, with the initial one being, "Treasure Island", in the mid to late 90s. I found it just as well written and engaging as that classic. Deadly mermaids, what is not to enjoy?! I have yet to pick up a book by Candace Nola that wasn't a frightful delight, her trope expanding talent never ceases to amaze me. This is one in a five part series, with each entry written by a different author, that centers around "Splatter at Sea", I'm definitely diving into the others.