Swim Away (Mermaid)

Swim Away (Mermaid)

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Lara Tsovikian wasn't someone that went out much or engaged in social events. The ocean was the only place where Lara spent most of her time and felt like she belonged.  Since moving right by the beach a couple years ago, life hasn't been the same for her. Lara lived with her father for most of her life and barely knew much about her mother. Although she wishes she knew what her mother was like, her father never brought it up. Of course, Lara was curious. 

Her world turned upside down when she encountered a boy named, Noah Storm. Noah was mysterious and seemed to know more about Lara than she knew herself. But he wasn't the only strange guy in town, and that unknown boy sparks up a forbidden magic that was contained long ago. 

As introverted as Lara was, would she get consumed in what would soon become of her and change her forever or would these unimaginable secrets isolate her even more?

silverbulletsdeath silverbulletsdeath Jun 25, 2016
I'll really be really surprised if the guy doesn't show up again. Does her father not have a warranty on her phone? I have one because I'm the same. And my smart phone is really bulky because it has the most heavy duty case ever
shcmurekitty shcmurekitty Jul 25, 2016
Ur so responsible...I literally do nothing when I come home from beach
shcmurekitty shcmurekitty Jul 25, 2016
No....damn if u were me I would've threw the flip phone and walk home
weeksjmj29 weeksjmj29 Apr 07, 2016
Looks like someone was watching Deep Blue Sea when they were naming the school.
starburst- starburst- Apr 20, 2016
Ali7nah Ali7nah Sep 18, 2016
My dad always wants to get me new gadgets. 
                              Dad: Do you want a Kindle?
                              Me: I'm good
                              Dad: Lets go and get one
                              Dad: Do you want and Iphone 7?
                              Me: I'm happy with my phone
                              Dad: okay, we'll get you one next year when the prices are lower