Fish Out of Water

BOOK 1: Sleeping with the Fishes  by Mary Janice Davidson

BOOK 2: Swimming Without a Net

Fish Out of Water   description:

Fred the Mermaid has taken the bait and chosen to date Artur, Prince of the Black Sea, over human marine biologist Thomas. And just in time. The existence of the Undersea Folk is no longer a secret, and someone needs to keep them from floundering in the media spotlight. Fred has all the right skills for that job, but has a hard time when her real father surfaces and tries to overthrow Artur’s regime.

fish out of waterBOOK 3: Fish out of Water   5 STARS

The end of the series and perhaps the best of the books… we know the characters now… you’ve gotten through that slow middle book… and things are happenin’… the last book the mermaids came out of the sea and revealed themselves to the world… and now the world is mermaid crazy… sadly they decide Fred, being half mermaid half human, would be a great spokesperson… and knowing her not so sparkling personality, it’s rather hilarious… and her dad shows up and no one knows what to think… he tried to overthrow the mermaid hierarchy when he was young and so everyone jumps to the conclusion that that’s what he wants now… but Fred is willing to give him the benefit of the doubt and leaves you watching very closely to the possible bad guy… but really her choice of Artur is the part that keeps you reading as you can understand why she chose him but still wonder if she’ll end up switching to Thomas… and her interactions between them just make this book the fun loving story you come to expect from Davidson… this is a series you don’t want to miss out on…


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