Hey everyone! Again I’m so freaking sorry about all the lapse in posting, but this is going to stay up a little bit longer to make up for that time missing. This is the final post for The Mer Chronicles blog tour – which hey, look at that! I also finished a series this year! I’m on a roll, fam – where I get to talk about the final book Outrush, and my thoughts on the audiobook. Thank you again so much to Jess with Audiobookworm Promotions for hosting this series blog tour. Click on the banner for the rest of the spots on the tour, and to see what other audiobooks are going on tour in the future!
by Errin Stevens
Narrator: Sean Posvistak
Length: 11 hours, 10 minutes
Series: The Mer Chronicles #3
Publisher: Errin Stevens
Publish Date: February 14, 2019
Genre: Paranormal Romance
“Falling, falling…. Maya was airborne again, suspended between a landless platform above and an inscrutable expanse of water below.” Maya’s headlong rush into marriage isn’t working out…and it isn’t the only collision course she’s on these days. Her saltwater distractions aside, her father-in-law wants her gunned down for reasons unknown, and her pesky bodyguard – when he’s around – seems intent on drowning her in want and regret.
Maya is desperate to hold onto any small part of herself she understands. When escape becomes her only option, she finds herself in a race against a past – and a man – she can’t outrun.
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Disclaimer: I received this audiobook as part of my participation in a blog tour with Audiobookworm Promotions. The tour is being sponsored by Errin Stevens. The gifting of this audiobook did not affect my opinion of it.
I’m so glad that Posvistak was able to narrate all three novels! I personally hate it – well maybe not hate but I get bummed – when I love the first narrator and then they end up changing for the rest of the series and it just doesn’t feel right. But then there are other times where the narrator changes and I like the new one even better… but that doesn’t always happen. So I’m just glad that we were able to have Posvistak keep up with the story and finish it up for all of us.
I also felt like this was a good conclusion to the series. It felt like almost everything came full circle in a way that I wasn’t expecting. I know that this was kind of more about Maya and her super quick marriage from the second one – oops hopefully that wasn’t too much of a spoiler but that comes with the territory of reviewing sequels and stuff – and how dangerous that was for her. It was really crazy, to the point where she had weird guys following her. Like, crazy stalkerish stuff and I don’t even know how Maya even wanted to deal with this for as long as she did.
I feel like one of the themes with these novels is having romances where they are whisked away from reality and left to their own devices to live out some fantasy that would be super romantic or whatever. Sometimes I don’t know how I feel about stuff like this, but I guess it works out in this novel. I would say that Stevens made it work for her story, but it doesn’t always come out that way for others. I’m glad that she was able to bring this story to a close in a way that made it seem like a happy enough ending for fans of the Sirens of Griffin Bay.