Emily Windsnap lives on a boat with her mother. She's never known her father. She's also never swum before. Imagine, living on a boat and not knowing how to swim! But when Emily's mother finally allows her to take lessons, Emily learns something truly amazing about herself--something that's thrilling and embarrassing and scary, and something that she knows she has to keep secret.
I couldn't stand the way Neptune talked in capslock, but I have no real complaints outside of that. It was shallow, but fun. After all, who doesn't love mermaids?