“Sea Witch” by Carol Ann Kauffman – #Romance, #Science Fiction


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Dr. Laura Martin, Chief Extraterrestrial Life Scientist at The Touchstone Institute of Oceanographic Research, noticed troubling but subtle changes in the Atlantic Ocean. Before she could make sense of it all, her longtime assistant abruptly walked out. Laura hired young, handsome Scott Conner to be her personal assistant. Mayhem ensued, mainly because of Zara, the mermaid/siren/monster in the basement of the Touchstone Institute, who eyed on Scott as her possible mate in a plot for total domination of planet Earth.
“The Touchstone Institute of Oceanographic Research is the most fantastic, exhilarating place on the planet to work. It is high energy, exciting, sometimes maddening, often frightening, heart pounding work. It’s not a job. It’s a lifetime commitment. It gets in your blood. It grabs you by the throat and possesses you, body and soul. And it is work. If you’re not prepared to work your ass off day in and day out, weekends, holidays, your birthday, and your mamma’s birthday, leave now.”
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Gerald L. Guy
Ocean magicThe ocean always has intrigued me, probably dating back to the first time I opened a Jules Verne novel and stepped aboard the Nautilus. Now that I live in Florida, my fascination has become a reality. Carol Kauffman’s “Sea Witch” brought me a step closer to the mermaids and the oceanic secrets I have chased my entire life. This is a magical journey into the unknown. “Could it be?” the reader asks repeatedly. The author expertly blends romance with science fiction to woo and entrap the reader. The end comes too soon. I long to discover what is next for the fearless Dr. Laura Martin and the devoted Scott Conner.

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