Every since Evie's best friend Anna drowned, Evie has felt like she was missing a part of her, without her best friend by her side. A girl with an uncanny resemblance to Anna appears offshore, Evie is convinced her best friend survived, though her new friend denies it. As the two girls catch the eyes and hearts of two charming princes, Evie believes she might have a chance at her own happily ever after. Her new found friend has secrets of her own, she can't stay in Havnestad or her on two legs, unless Evie finds a way to help her. Now Evie will do anything to protect her friend, harnessing the power of magic, her ocean and her love until she discovers too late, the truth of her bargain.
I expected this book to a lot darker, I mean the title is literally sea witch, and most of the book was just Evie and Annemette(Anna) going on dates with princes, sleeping, and talking about the princes.
A good author should be able to tell the story without flashbacks that were almost every other chapter. You should be able to give information on the plot without switching timelines.
Iker and Nik, were identical characters who you could obviously get confused, hence them having no personality whatsoever. I feel like Iker was sort of a jerk and it honestly had no importance to the story.
The fact that witches in this world, was never really explicitly shown and I even thought that Nik knew that Evie was a witch.
None of the scenes were very descriptive in this book, and I felt like the days went by quickly without anything actually happening that would make a day end that fast!
Overall, this was another book I had high expectations for and ending up leaving me feeling extremely disappointed.