Sun Kissed (The Encante: Book 1) 🐬🍊

Sun Kissed (The Encante: Book 1) 🐬🍊

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Coco Nichole By CocoNichole Completed

Sixteen year old Sofia Aguilar believed she was doing the right thing when she relocated three thousand miles to be with her dying mother (mãe). Now her home is a remote, isolated village buried deep in the Amazon where nobody speaks English and where the weather is unbearable. To make things worse, Sofi's mãe is too sick to remember her own daughter. 

Bored and depressed, Sofi desperately searches for something to take her mind off her situation. It isn't long before her aunt warns her of an ancient superstition that has dominated the Amazonians' imaginations for thousands of years. The locals call it the legend of the Encantados - river dolphins that transform into mystifyingly attractive young men and women.

 Encantados can control the weather, bend humans to their will, and even invade dreams. Instead of avoiding these enchanted monsters, Sofi seeks one out named Amancio, and strikes a deal with him. She will help him uncover his memories if he can find a cure for her mother. At first Amancio seems sincere in their bargain, but Sofi will soon learn that these shapeshifters are not at all what they seem.

And so the Encante Trilogy begins . . . 

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Dolphins? Is this that story were the kids crossed over a rainbow and fell off the rainbow and were turned into dolphins? I can't remember were that myth came from, not were I heard it.
So, they are like the Amazon warriors? The greek mythological female tribe? Or is this in THE Amazon?
mea923 mea923 Apr 07
Here after Mirage and Grenadine Dreams (which are both AMAZING!!!). Excited to see where Natasha, Uri and Janus are heading. You have a magically beautiful mystic about your writing style. I'm sure I won't be disappointed with this trilogy 👍🏽👍🏽👍🏽
I'm intrigue by this sentence. In my country Encantado is a magical deity. So I'm curious to find out what're they in this story.
I don't know why, but I feel so interested in this story even though I haven't gotten far enough. I think the cover is what hook me to read more, the golden atmosphere and the dolphins gave me a calm and smooth feeling.
Omg you too?! Like, is feelings even real? Is everything we are experiencing a dream, and we aren't really feeling anything? Do the people we know are actually strangers? Does reality even exist? I have so many questions going through my head right now.