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Ocean So Wide by Nichole Giles - Book Blitz + Giveaway

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USAT Bestselling
author, Nichole Giles, is the author of The DESCENDANT series and The WATER SO
DEEP series. Her dreams include owning a garden full of fairies, riding a
unicorn, and taming her pet dragons. She loves traveling to tropical and exotic
destinations, driving with the convertible top down, and playing music at full
volume while she sings along.

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Recently forced into the underwater city of Atlantis, Emma Harris has managed to avoid marrying the merman who brought her, but her grandfather—the Sea King—insists that joining with the abusive Merrick is inevitable. When Emma discovers a poison that might restore her human lungs, she goes in search of the rare creature that carries it, prepared to try the poison no matter the cost, so she can return home to
her family—and to James.

Since his girlfriend went missing, James’ depression has destroyed his chance at a basketball scholarship and incurred the wrath of his uncle, who was once his strongest
supporter. When the police inform him that he’s a suspect in Emma’s mysterious
disappearance, James sells his beloved motorcycle to buy a boat so he can find
Emma and prove his innocence before going on trial for a murder he didn’t

With destiny against them, it’s only a matter of time before both are imprisoned forever.

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He swung into the cove, heart thudding with anxiety,
and muscles bunching with frustration. This was no way to live his life. The
sensation of being followed was not new or unusual to him, but hearing noises
to substantiate the fear was a first. Breath tightening his chest, he listened
at the thin, cave wall, and by the time his breathing evened out, decided he
was being paranoid. He’d seen both birds and squirrels, along with the
occasional stray neighborhood pet skulking around before.
James crossed to the ledge and secured the envelope
under a heavy rock, next to the flower. Should he have written her a true love
letter? He had zero experience in wooing a woman he couldn’t pursue in person,
although, he also had zero experience being in love. “Pretty words aren’t
necessary, right?” he asked the empty cave. “You already know, don’t you?”
“I do.”
James whirled, hope leaping into his throat, and then
melting into panic at the sight of Emma’s best friend, Heather, standing
barefooted on the sand. On Emma’s sand. In Emma’s cove. “You do what?” James
Her hands fisted at her side, and her face twisted
into a vicious scowl. “I know you did something to Emma. You’re the reason
she’s gone.”
James pressed his fingers to his eyes, shaking his
head in a jumble of fear and anger. “We’ve been through this already. I love
Emma. I would never do anything to hurt her. I miss her as badly as you do.”
Worse, he was sure.
She stepped closer, inches shorter than him, but the
fierce anger in her eyes sharp enough to cut down a ten-foot giant. “You were
the last person to see her, to talk to her, and no one has seen her since. No
trace of her has been found, except what you brought back with you. How can you
have no explanation for where she’s gone if you weren’t part of her
“Because I don’t know!” he shouted. “Don’t you think
if I knew I would be there too? Don’t you think if I knew, she’d be here right
Another step toward him. “If she was still alive, Emma
would be with her family. She would never let anything keep her from her brother.”
He swallowed a lump of pain lodged in his throat. “I
know. I agree. You’re absolutely right. Still doesn’t make me guilty of
anything. I would never try to keep
her from Keith.”

Heather drilled a finger into James’ chest. “Tell me
the truth. You killed my friend, didn’t you?”

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