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Silence: Little Mermaid Retold (Book 5 in the Romance a Medieval Fairytale series) AUDIOBOOK

Silence: Little Mermaid Retold (Book 5 in the Romance a Medieval Fairytale series) AUDIOBOOK

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This audiobook is narrated by Mary Sarah

Listening Length: 2 hours and 28 minutes

A little mermaid. A prince to save. Only silence can break the spell.

Once upon a time…

The mermaid Margareta saved Prince Erik from a shipwreck. Wanting to see the prince again, Margareta strikes a bargain with the Master of Beacon Isle. If she saves his sons from a terrible curse, he will reunite her with Prince Erik. All she has to do is stay silent until the curse is broken.

Silence is a virtue…until Prince Erik arrives early, searching for the mermaid who saved his life.

Can two hearts speak louder than words?


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Customer Reviews

Based on 161 reviews
Kenneth W. Gardner
I loved this take on The Little Mermaid! Funny with great twists.

Can't add much to what others have said, Great satire on the the classic mermaid story which is original in its own right. I loved it.

Love this retelling!

I really enjoyed this retelling of The Little Mermaid. It brought a beautiful aspect to a powerful maiden willing to sacrifice for family, but also take steps to control her future. Margarita has a true friend in Penelope and her connection with Erik was so powerful.
The only thing I wish would have been added was a little more into her brothers' insight toward the ending. It would have given it a little more depth to how they didn't deserve her sacrifice.Little mermaid, sirens, shipwreck, vow of silence, sacrifice, searching

Cindy Cooper
Interesting book

I downloaded this book to read it and then never did. I recently remembered and stared reading it. It was so good I read it in a few days. Quick easy read and held my interest. I decided I'd like to read some more of her books. I liked the main character the best.

Wonderful job!!

I loved this story.
Demelza did a wonderful job of retailing the little mermaid.
Will look forward to reading more from this author.

Gypsy M
Mostly a retelling of The Twelve Brothers (and not so much of The Little Mermaid)

After their boat is wrecked in a storm, Lady Margareta rescues a young squire, using her siren power over the ocean, she tows him back to a cove on Beacon Island, her home. She leaves the beach, intending to bring back help for the unconscious squire, and goes to her father, the master of the island. But, by the time she returns, the squire left. Erik wanted to thank woman and sea creature who helped him, but he knew he had to return home to report the death of his older brother Prince Phillip who died when their ship went down. While she had been away, Lady Margareta's twelve brothers got themselves turned into a flock of ravens by an enchantress, and her father orders her to take a vow of silence to impress the enchantress and encourage her to release them from the curse. Seven years later, crown prince Erik returns to Beacon Island to get the master of the island to come under the rule of his kingdom, as well as find the woman or sea creature who rescued him who he still dreams of.This is actually a combination of The Little Mermaid and The Twelve Brothers, which is ingenious since it explains why the Little Mermaid was mute rather than having it being just a random attribute taken from her. Though between the two stories, there were far more elements present of the Twelve Brothers than The Little Mermaid, which I really didn't see anything of other than the mer girl who had legs on shore, saved the prince, and was without a voice. Elements of the Twelve Brothers were the twelve brothers turned into birds, her vow of silence lasting for years, and the constantly weaving fabric. Speaking of which, I never really saw the point of the fabric being constantly woven, except as a running gag, since it wasn't actually used for anything at any point.Lady Penelope and her baby Melitta are characters from the other books in the series, but you don't need to have read the previous book to follow what happens to them here. I liked Penelope being Margareta's snarky translator. And I loved the attitude Margareta gave Erik whenever he irritated her, with her expecting him to be like all of the other guys she had met who weren't able to see beyond her siren enchantment. Though it did make me wonder, with her working as an archivist, why she didn't just write everything she wanted to say to Erik.For the record, I thought this was a five star book up until the final chapter. In the final chapter, the book loses its clean rating (just FYI). What made me knock down a star was that in the last chapter, the heroine is repeatedly called a W-word and the S-word, too with a whole lot of rude things said about her and her deceased mother (by her brothers and father). I know that's spoiler, but it was a beautiful fairy tale up until then and then it turned ugly with sex shaming and name calling. This is a good example of why I wait until I completely finish a book before reviewing it.

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