Sunday, November 22, 2009

Swimming without a Net: Review

( 2nd in the series)
by MaryJanice Davidson

Plenty of fish in the sea...

It's not normal for a mermaid to hate being out in the open water, but Fred never claimed to be normal. To visit the undersea realm of Arthur, the High Prince, and the rest of the royal merfamily, she has to fin it to the Cayman Islands. Luckily, hunky marine biologist Thomas is along for the swin- in his custom made underwater RV. He'll be able to explore where no " outlander" has gone before and give Fred a palce to escape to when the Undersea Folk start getting on her nerves.

But as Fred tries to fit in with her own kind, she finds herself hooked on both Artur and Thomas, and caught between two factions of merfolk: those happy with swimming under the radar- and those who want to bring their existence to the surface.

Another fast and witty book by Mary Janice Davidson. This serious is turning out to be good fluff! Meaning it is perfect for when you just need a break from everything else you are reading. Light reads are always perfect at keeping you on track. I did find that the book was rushed at the end. Hate when authors do this.

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and it falls into these reading challenges...
** I have received nothing for posting this review, this book was picked up from my local library on my own free will! **

Until next time...
Happy Reading!



1 comment:

EternalJade said...

Oooh. This book sounds really interesting. Mermaids, King Arthur, and a hunky marine biologist thrown together? I don't think I've heard of anything like it before. LOL. Great review. :)