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  • So much fun it's hard to stand... A great escape.

    The linguistic creativity shown by Robyn Peterman (some of which can never be unseen ;) ) completely boggles the mind, but it kept me snickering throughout the book Keith and Kurt are overboard crazy but somehow they grow on you and make you love their insanity like it is a good thing. Ariel I'd have to say it my favorite of the sisters so far, she just has that personality with a side of attitude that will have you cheering her on and Ariel and Keith are just so stinking cute. Amazingly awesome world to visit, it's completely silly and over the top and I love it and this book. This book did leave me with one thought though, I want to know if Pirate Sven can be hired out for his housekeeping skills?? ;)

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  • Laughs galore!

    Sweet Poseidon in a ruffled tutu, it’s another fun-filled adventure on the high seas! Mermaid Ariel’s sister Tallulah has found her mate in Pirate Dave, and Ariel is feeling trapped in her life. Why can’t she have an adventure? Why can’t she find love? The only possible mate she can think of is the dingleberry who wowed her in bed, then (unfortunately) started speaking. He managed to escape with his Johnson attached, but why can’t she stop thinking about him? Keith is a several hundred year old Selkie with an Aquaman fetish, who still lives with his brother Kurt in their parents’ basement. When some tough love is handed down from Mom and Dad, Keith and Kurt have to try to find their way in the world, or at least learn how to use the killer microwave. He still dreams of the Mermaid he met years ago, even though he has no idea why she tried to dismember his member! All he did was ask if she could cook and do laundry. In the middle of a fabulous boink. Mermaids are insane. The Kraken are on their way to destroy Mystical Isle and all of the beings therein. Ariel jumps at the chance to save the day – but has to deal with the idiot Selkie to do it. Can they put aside the past to realize they are true mates, and that they belong together? Keith and Kurt have to figure out their gift – what it is and how to use it. Fortunately Crab Shifter Pirate Sven can help them – if they can put aside their juvenile ways long enough and listen. Along the way, we meet up with Don Guido the lobster, and his fifth wife Stella, his current mistress Carmella, Norm the Kraken, and the Selkies - Kenny and Kate. Returning for this adventure are Bony Velma Dustface, Bonar, Upton, Thornycraft, and of course the rest of the randy bunch! If you’re looking for high brow literature, this is not your next read. If you’re looking for fun, fast-paced, hilarious adventure, with nard-licking Pirates, phallic shrubbery, and second chances at love – you’ve come to the right place and the right author. Be prepared to be humming songs from a certain mermaid-based animated movie at times, though!

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