Hello friends! Today I have my review of Save the Sea by G. Bailey.
Save the Sea is the third and final book in the Saved by Pirates trilogy.
Trigger / Content Warning: Death, War, Sex
Cassandra has finally escaped the king, only to find herself in the middle of the rebels and a war that she is meant to be the leader of. When the changed ones of the mountains go to war, Cassandra and her pirates have to travel across the seas to the mermaids who are the only ones that can help.
But what is the price of the mermaid’s help?
War is whispered, much like the Sea god whispers to Cassandra, but no one speaks the ending.
Can death be the only winner?
**Reverse Harem series and book 3 of 3. **
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“REVERSE HAREM” IS, LITERALLY, THE OPPOSITE OF “HAREM”, WITH A GROUP OF MALES CENTERING ROUND A SINGULAR FEMALE, USUALLY WITH THREE OR MORE MALES. QUITE OFTEN FOUND UNDER THE ROMANCE GENRE.
My review of Save the Sea is as scattered as much as my thoughts are concerning this novel. Sorry for the messiness!
Prior to reading Save the Sea, I didn’t want to get excited or get my hopes up for this last novel. I didn’t want to expect anything and have my view on this book crumble.
However, I couldn’t help by hope that the happenings of Save the Sea would be badass and that everything would work out. I hoped Vivo would survive the story—-as well as everyone else that Cassandra cares about.
Of all the things I had wanted to happen, one of them did not, but I’m glad that what happened, happened. I’m not saying what happened because I don’t want to spoil anything.
It turns out that quite a bit of time passed within Save the Sea, and the previous novel. Which threw me off. I was quite shocked to find out how much time had exactly passed, and I loved it.
A butt-load of events happened within Save the Sea. There were some moments that had me tearing up, while there were moments that had me smiling too.
With all the events that had happened we get to know just how much the Changed ones matter to this world. It was kind of cool getting to know things here and there.
Admittedly, there are some moments that were obviously the start to something, but there was no ending to it. That left some of the story felt like it was untold—unfinished.
There were also some unexpected visitors in this last novel that surprised me.
Save the Sea was such a good ending to the series. I love the epilogue of Save the Sea too.
Honestly, this trilogy might be my favourite to-date, from what I’ve read of G. Bailey’s works. Not that it wasn’t short and sweet, but because there’s a lot of emotion packed into this series that didn’t feel forced or fabricated.
I give Save the Sea, 4 stars.
Have you anything by G. Bailey? Is there a reverse harem that you would recommend?
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