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Waiting on Wednesday (19)


Waiting On Wednesday is a weekly event hosted by Breaking the Spine that spotlights upcoming releases that we're eagerly anticipating.

I seriously hate having to wait for what seems like eternity to read a book that I really, really, really want. I adore mermaid books. Period. So anytime a mermaid book catches my eye, I want it. Like, right then. Alas, I have to wait until August 7th for this little beauty.

Lose yourself in the magic of Watersong, an unforgettable new series about two sisters who nearly lose their lives - and their loves - when they fall under the spell of three beautiful but deadly sirens.


  1. Ooh this one sounds interesting and I love the cover too. I can't believe I haven't read a book that featured a mermaid yet!


  2. I haven't read many mermaid books and this one sounds really good, the cover is pretty as well. Great pick :)

  3. Thanks for stopping into Book Strings. I'm loving all the under water covers lately.

  4. I just added this to my TBR, it sounds really good! Great pick! I've only read one mermaid book before, but I liked it :) So I want to read more!

  5. loveeeee the cover!

    stop by my post? I'm hosting an exclusive cover reveal for a fall 2012 YA from Paper Lantern Lit and Philomel/Penguin!

  6. I am so waiting for this one too!! I haven't read any of her books, but I can't wait for this series!



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