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    The Accidental Mermaid by Dakota Cassidy

    An Accidental Mermaid by Dakota Cassidy Book 16 of the series. Can stand alone if you like funny paranormal romances. I’ve only read the first 7 several years ago, but enjoyed this visit back to Nina, Marty and their wacky world. Fair warning, if you don’t enjoy sarcasm and lots of swearing, avoid this series. I think it’s blatantly funny, but it’s not for everyone. A paranormal accident, aka someone is made into a paranormal being, is the theme. The best glue of these stories is the friendships and families that are built. Heart warming. Excerpt: “As Esther flopped to the ground with a thud that shook her small house, attempting to get at him by wiggling her way along the floor like some mermaid’s imitation of the worm, knocking over everything in her path, Tuck winced with remorse. Thankful the women intervened, he tried not to panic. But man, had he really f’ed up. He’d been so intent on getting a word with Esther about her uncle, he hadn’t been thinking clearly. Her uncle was the only tie he had to help him out of the dodgy mess he was in. Yet, when he’d seen her in all her mahogany-haired, olive-skinned, generously curved, crimson-lipped glory at her uncle’s funeral, he’d fumbled like a guppy at his first reef dance. Quite literally, she’d stolen the breath from his bloody lungs, and he hadn’t been lying about heightened emotions. Indeed, his emotions had been heightened, but as much of a sh$t as it made him feel like, it hadn’t been sadness that had fueled his reaction. It had been lust. Thick, murky, forbidden yet undeniable lust. She was a beautiful woman. A beautiful woman who, under normal circumstances, he’d have asked out without a moments hesitation.” Excerpt From The Accidental Mermaid by Dakota Cassidy This material may be protected by copyright.

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