• The Stone Mermaid

  • A Dark Fantasy Romance Story
  • By: Aisha Urooj
  • Narrated by: E. Dante Chandler
  • Length: 8 hrs and 4 mins
  • 4.3 out of 5 stars (3 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

He will give up everything for love.

As dark prince of the dark seas, Victor has everything. Everything except Ariana's love. Victor is Ursula's son, so he can't blame Ariana for not trusting him.

He will do anything for her, but she is falling for a mortal prince. Can Ariana see that Victor's heart is true, or is it too late?

With his mother, Ursula, against the sea king's daughter, will Victor's love cost him everything?

The Stone Mermaid is a mythical tale of mermaids and other legendary sea creatures and monsters. This is an epic story of love and betrayal, involving Ariana, the sea king's daughter; Ivan, a human prince; and Victor, the sea witch's son.

Love has the power to change destinies in this ravishing new take on a classic tale.

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©2021 Aisha Urooj (P)2021 Aisha Urooj

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Updated Twist on a Classic Fairy Tale

I truly enjoyed this twist that the author gave to this classic fairy tale.

The Little Mermaid is one of my favorite fairy tales so I was excited to see how this reimagined story would be. I was not disappointed. Never saw it coming and to be honest, it was refreshing!

Story: Ursula has a son! Victor forges a friendship with the kings daughter, Ariana. However, Ariana finds herself falling in love with Prince Ivan which sadly for Victor, leaves him the third wheel.

One of these men will eventually break her heart and Ariana will have to step into the role she doesn’t necessarily want in order to save her world, but she will do it with her true love at her side.

Fun, interesting sea creatures were introduced as well as a new villainess that ranks right up there, if not leads a whole pack of mean girls. A few, sweet secondary stories were woven in and wrapped up nicely by the end.

Performance: Though I did enjoy the voice of E. Dante Chandler, there were several times that he either repeated a sentence or made a mistake that wasn’t caught and re-recorded. All in all, he has a very nice narration voice.

Overall: There were a few grammatical errors and a little too much blushing, but truly was an enjoyable listen.

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  • 01-29-22

Fantastic story

I loved it. It was incredible, my heart was in my mouth a good few times. It made me laugh and cry and whoop with delight. Victor and Ariana were brilliant, Prince Richard and Sara were so good together, Prince Ivan needed to get what he deserved. If you love Mermaids and romance then you should enjoy this book. I thought it was a very well-written story. I cannot wait for the next one.

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  • Winnie
  • 03-25-22

im never sure what to write in theses things

this was a take on the little mermaid.
the characters and storyline was good.
and Ms Urooj can write a great bad guy.
im not usually into this style of book, but i was entertained and happy with the resolution.