Yani and the Seapeople – Taken

When Yani is alone in the seaside shelter, a group of Seapeople appear and carry her off. As soon as they dump her into their boat they shove off, headed across the sea to their home. Once there the family she is placed with proves to be kind to her. As soon as they can teacher her enough of their language she learns she is there to break a curse. But can she?

Cherie Coon

About Cherie Coon (Grants Pass, Oregon Author)

Cherie Coon

My life started out moving around Florida, living in a small trailer, renting out servicycles on dirt tracks. After the gypsy life for a few years my family settled down in a small Ohio town where I attended school. After graduating from The Ohio State University, my wandering life began in earnest. I spent 21 years as an Army wife, much of that time in Germany.

I continued my life in Germany as a teacher after my children left home and my first husband and I split up. For 20 years I taught the children of the military stationed there. Shortly before I retired I remarried and my husband and I live in Grants Pass, OR.

My travel has been the inspiration for my first two books.

When not writing, I enjoy gardening, quilting and, of course, reading. I still travel as much as possible. Often to North Carolina where my children and most of my other family members live.

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