Tempest Unleashed

  • Title: Tempest Unleashed
  • Author: Tracy Deebs
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 419
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Tempest Unleashed Tempest Maguire is happy with her decision to embrace her mermaid nature and live among her mother s clan within the ocean s depths Even though training to one day ascend the throne for the aging merm
    Tempest Maguire is happy with her decision to embrace her mermaid nature and live among her mother s clan within the ocean s depths Even though training to one day ascend the throne for the aging mermaid queen is rigorous, she finds refuge in the arms of Kona, the selkie who first opened her up to her mermaid side But when word comes that one of her brothers has been graTempest Maguire is happy with her decision to embrace her mermaid nature and live among her mother s clan within the ocean s depths Even though training to one day ascend the throne for the aging mermaid queen is rigorous, she finds refuge in the arms of Kona, the selkie who first opened her up to her mermaid side But when word comes that one of her brothers has been gravely injured on land, Tempest immediately rushes to his side which also brings her back to her old flame, Mark And in her absence, a deadly battle begins raging at the hands of Tempest s old nemesis, the sea witch Tiamat As the dangerous war erupts, Tempest s two loves Kona and Mark, sea and land will collide for the first time, both to protect her and to force her to choose.

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    About Tracy Deebs


    1. YA pseudonym of Romance novelist Tracy Wolff.


    582 Comments


    1. Please let her stay with Kona! I didn't like Mark to begin with, I don't know why but I didn't. Maybe it was his jealous nature. Whatever, PLEASE LET HER CHOOSE KONA!!!!!

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    2. Not nearly as good as the first:(!! Really disappointing! I LOVE Kona! I want her to be with KONA, I want her to stay with Kona and I want her to leave and stay away from Mark! Oh gosh! This book really pissed me off! Tempest is really really annoying! She changes her mind like she changes the weather! It's so not faire, and definitely not faire to Kona! In book 1 it was understandable but enough is enough! She needs to make her mind up and it better be Kona she picks or these books can burn!

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    3. WOW. This review is long overdue; like, three months overdue. But without further ado, here's my review for Tempest Unleashed, the second installment of Tracy Deebs's Tempest trilogy.Unleashed continues the story of Tempest Maguire, a teenage girl who is growing into her destiny of becoming a great and powerful mermaid. Of course, the first book was supposed to be about that as well, but we didn't see an actual mermaid scene in the first book until the last twenty pages or so. I think that's why [...]

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    4. A Mini-Review in Thirty Words (starting now):*Freaking love triangles! Me no likey!*Very cool under-the-sea action and descriptions!*Tempest is a bad*ss, so she gets brownie points!*Freaking book snuck up on me!Reviewed for Affaire de Coeur in the June issue. affairedecoeur.

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    5. Ugh this was so frustrating The first half of the book was boring and the other half just plain annoying. I hate when the main character doesn't grow throughout the series. I mean Tempest is suppose to be this baddest of them all mermaid but instead she just turns into a bigger brat than she already was. The whole love triangle- so predictable. First book she was all over Kona because he finally made her feel normal and she just knew they were connected somehow and Mark was just a human boy she [...]

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    6. Unfortunately, I did not love it, or even like it. It had a good plot, but the characters! Tempest seemed incredibly annoying, naïve and thought she knew everything. It just annoyed the hell out of me when she made everyone feel guilty when she was the one who was wrong. Really…she also kept switching from Kona to Mark. From Mark to Kona. From Kona to Mark. From Mark to…you get the point. It really did annoy me, even more when she said that she loved them both. And (SPOILER NEXT) I can’t [...]

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    7. 4.5 starsTempest Unleashed is one of those really great reads that is perfect for basking in the sun on a warm summers day. This was even better then the first! The under-water world is vividly gorgeous, loved the action and kick-ass powers and best of all, I didn't actually expect that ending. It's very rare where I actually see the girl pick the guy I've always secretly wanted for her. Brilliant!We're getting another book, right?

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    8. I loved the book, really I did, but the wishy washy crap between Mark and Kona. I thought it had been bad in book. Times it by like nearly every other page. And then who she ends up withPersonally, I loved Kona more than Mark from the get-go. I can't really say way, I just think he appealed to me more with the way his character was portrayed, how he acted, the way he carried himself, etc, more than Mark, who (view spoiler)[was hardly ever in this book other than to make out with her or when he ( [...]

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    9. That was dreadfully boring.There was a lot of action but I didn't get an action feel out of it. While reading, my main though was:Am I done yet??The first book was fairly mediocre. But this one was worse.I still have a budding distaste for Kona. I must say I am glad she chose Mark, but I would like to know whyWHY Mark's right mind would he choose Tempest?Also when she did choose Mark in the end, her finished relationship with Kona was so LAME!Like COME ON, MAN!Tempest and Kona throughout the boo [...]

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    10. So excited for this

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    11. Initial reaction: Better than the first book and a fine sequel considering the scheme of events, but the biggest drawback for this book? The love triangle. It's always the kicker. =/Full review:Color me very surprised by "Tempest Unleashed." While the first book is easy to swallow down as a quick but cliched read in the scheme of paranormal romance with coming of age elements, this book upped the stakes by a good margin. I'll admit it had me more than the first book did for the level of conflict [...]

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    12. Does anyone else think the mermaid on the cover looks old? I'll probably end up reading this anyway.EDIT!I read the book, and I really liked it!A winning combination of action, very sweet romance, and realistic emotion. Perhaps the coolest thing about Tempest is her arrestingly human moments seen through the book. Very good.

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    13. Enough of this triangle loveeven thoughI on Mark side.

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    14. I dont care if its a teen bookI'm in love with the characters. And the story line! Love all the action and suspense and the love and angst!

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    15. I wanted so desperately to like this book. I just want a good YA romance series with mermaids, and I found the first entry to be enjoyable enough. I especially loved the addition of selkies to the mix and the ensuing selkie-mermaid-human love triangle. And the fact that Tempest was full of girl power.I really struggled to get through this one though, almost from the beginning. I hate to call it boring, but it must have been because I rarely struggle like this. Part of my frustration was that Dee [...]

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    16. I really enjoyed the first book in this series, but the sequel is even better by far! I had a hard time with Tempest's final decision in the first book (I suppose it's not a spoiler since it's in the blurb for this book), but now that the decision (seemingly) was made, I really enjoyed the story told from the ocean world better than the story on land in the first book.The author has a built an amazing world under the sea, and I'd much rather read about that than Tempest's everyday life on land w [...]

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    17. !!!!SPOILERS -- BEWARE, TURN AWAY NOW.!!!!!So I just received my ARC copy of this today. I screamed the most girlish scream you can imagine and jumped right into it. I have been desperately waiting for this book since I read the first book in the series.I was NOT disappointed. Tracy Deebs/Wolf is an amazing writer/author. Her books have such emotion and are so well put together. She has to be one of my favorite authors, right up there with Anne Mather & Penny Jordan.When I started Tempest Un [...]

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    18. Tempest Maguire is finding out that the grass is not always greener on the other side. After making the painful but solid decision to leave her life on land and embrace her mermaid heritage in the sea, Tempest is now having doubts that she did the right thing. Life in the mermaid kingdom is not going the way she thought it would: Tempest is constantly at odds with Hailana, the scheming mermaid queen she serves, mer politics are treacherous and she has started having arguments with Kona, her selk [...]

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    19. I just I can't. I can't finish it, I'm sorry. I seriously really liked the first book in this series, but I can't finish this one. The need to know how the story ends does not overrule the anger I'm feeling. I know this book has gotten a lot of glowing reviews, but I cannot finish. I'm about three fourths of the way through, and maybe someday I'll have the courage to finish, but I just can't. An uneasy feeling in my stomach had me on edge for a while, but while I was cooling down after a partic [...]

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    20. Oh god Oh my god I don't know what to feel. Actually I would give this book 5 stars because the plot was amazing, it was so well-paced and absolutely brutal. It was almost like reading a GRRM book because everyone died?! BUT I can only give 4 stars because of the stupidest love triangle I have ever had to read about. It's absolute bullshit and Tempest is a cheating idiot who it seems isn't powerful enough to control her freakin hormones for one second. Mark and Kona - oh especially Kona - deserv [...]

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    21. Wow, the voice and narration in this book was particularly awful. If I had to read "I know, baby" one more time I was going to hurl. Tempest is unlikeable. She flip flops between the two guys and she also has an annoying internal monologue full of all the obvious cliches she can think of and annoying rambling thoughts - all telling no action. For all the war and destruction in this book, there is very little action that goes on - it's all talked about after the fact. Is it just me but if Moku be [...]

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    22. I liked the first book, so I was sad that this book didn't live up to that one. After 140 pages I am giving up. I found my mind wandering while reading and kept putting it down. Tempest seemed so wishy washy this time around. I can see why she wanted to go home, but when she did her actions seemed out of character and then she didn't even do what she set out to do. It seemed like Tempest did whatever told from the Mer-Queen, which I didn't like. In the end this one wasn't for me.

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    23. Amazing plot. Kona is perfect. But I HATE when a girl can't make up her damn mind about a guy. Like stop being a hoe. Ugh. Probably would have given it 5 stars but like I said. The whole idiotic Mark situation had me slamming the book down. Just, no.

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    24. I couldn't put this book down.And by that I mean I couldn't put it down because it was so terrible I just wanted to get the book over with as soon as possible.Before I go off on explaining why this book isn't worth anyone's time let me just start off by saying that this book could have been good. The first two chapters annoyed me, but after them I was pretty invested in the book up until I got halfway through. In this book the main character, Tempest, is dealing with her decision that she made i [...]

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    25. **WARNING**I wish I could talk about Tempest Unleashed without having spoilers in it for Tempest Rising, but I can't. So if you haven't read it and don't want to know about the plot, turn your eyes away.**So, I really enjoyed Tempest Rising and while I wasn't completely happy with the end where Tempest just up and leaves her family and basically her whole life for a boy she's known about a month, I could live with her choice. There was a love triangle with Kona winning in Tempest Rising from Mar [...]

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    26. I'd liked book 1, and had put this second book on hold at the library. When it came in eh, I wasn't sure I was in the mood. I started it and had a bit of a hard time getting into it, but then I snapped back and continued on it did take me a little bit longer to get through. Not necessarily because I wasn't interested, just busy. Although if a book has me completely captivated I tend to FIND the time.This was an unpredictable story. I really wasn't sure where it was going. It was nice to be sur [...]

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    27. I didn’t know this is a series till the point I wanted to write a review. Now I feel need to buy #1 and #3. I like this mermaid concept story, very interesting and I get glimpse of their ‘imaginary’ word is like. Must say the writer is creative. The only thing that I’m annoyed is Tempest. She keeps changing her option between Kona and Mark. When she’s with Kona, she says he’s the one and when she’s with Mark, he’s the one. Seriously lady! You need to get a grip.

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    28. This book was really a let down to me after the first one. The first book was full of life hardships and action and adventure. This book is basically her running back and forth from her guy on land and her guy in the sea.

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    29. I LOVED this book. I like how the author made a LOVE TRIANGLE between Mark, Kona, and Tempest. It does make it to the point that she has to choose land or ocean, Mark or Kona, and Family or MerQueen. That seems like it would be hard. I mean I now what I would do, it would NOT be easy at all but I would choose land and still get to swim and surf, MARK her true love sence, FOREVER, and Family NOT MerQueen. Like I said it would NOT be an easy choose to give up playing with dolphins, swimming the de [...]

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    30. Tempest Unleashed, the sequel to Tempest Rising, starts off with a bang. Tempest is beginning to miss her old home, up "on land," so she decides to visit and see how her family is handling things. Of course, Tempest also ends up running into Mark, and seeing him sparks these feelings that Tempest thought weren't there before, or, were extinguished when she fell in love with Kona. Anyway, going to visit her old home wasn't exactly a very good idea, and Tempest ends up doing things that probably w [...]

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