Davidson picks up about a year after the ending of the first installment in t Mary Janice Davidson has hit it out the park again with the second installment in the Fred the mermaid series.
Davidson picks up about a year after the ending of the first installment in the series.
As Fred the Mermaid tries to fit in with her own kind, she finds herself hooked on both Artur, the High Prince of the undersea realm, and Thomas, a hunky marine biologist.
) in the waters near the Cayman Islands (I've been there! :-)I also enjoy seeing Fred interact with Artur and Thomas. That said, however, these books are impossible to put down. And, no, the fact that I haven’t eaten lunch yet is not affecting my revi Have you ever eaten a chicken nugget that is all batter and no chicken? Lots of lightweight, tasty, stuff…but no meat to the story. No one disagrees, there are never any major conflicts to overcome, and life always works out perfectly just in the nick of time. I was rooting for the other guy, but after all this is only book 2 and there is still book 3, so the possibility is still there for the GUY I like.
I enjoy this series in spite of the extremely anti-social, crass, rude, emotionally immature Fred.
It's like watching a train derailm First read : Fun to watch Fred stumble through life not quite knowing how to respond to romantic overtures while fiercely protecting herself.
I am sad that this series is coming to an end with the next book but I am interested to see how Davidson is going to end it.
I can say that after reading this series Davidson has made me a reader for life!