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Ariel's Antics: Sea Shenanigans Book Two Kindle Edition
- ASIN : B07DS6GN41
- Publisher : Robyn Peterman (12 July 2018)
- Language : English
- File size : 849 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 186 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 470,818 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Ariel the mermaid and no that's not her real name...lol but she thought Joan was boring...
Ariel is bored with life, she wants what her sister Tallulah has, well not the most annoyingly stupid pirate in the world but her very own annoyingly stupid man or... maybe even a really stupid, seriously gorgeous Selkie who needs a huge kick up the arrrrrse and Ariel is just the mermaid for the job... Maybe...
Poor Ariel can't decide if she wants to jump Keith the Selkie or kill him...lol Keith thinks Ariel is just perfect... perfect for him in every way especially if she can cook and clean...lol with thinking like that its totally understandable that Ariel wants to maim the idiot Keith but in the end the heart wants, what the heart wants.
Seriously funny, once you read one Robyn Peterman book you won't be able to stop, her writing is ridiculously addictive.
Top reviews from other countries
Keith can't understand why his Parents have left him and his Brother to fend for themselves. But at over three hundred years old, Momma feels her boys need to man up!
When Ariel and Keith meet again, something needs to change. Will Ariel get her happy ever after? Does Keith grow up?
With the aid of various supporting characters, including a Lobster with an attitude problem, all these questions and more are answered.
Fun and a few surprises not to be missed.
I LOVE the name calling.
Lmao at Keith and Kurt.
Felt no pity for a lobster 😂😂😉
And felt Pirate Sven is a brill man/crab out of time who can Yarrrrr with the best of them 😀
NEXT, pretty please 😉💗👍👍👍👍
Sea Shenanigans book 2. Mermaid and Selkie paranormal romance. Can be read as a stand-alone.
Hilarious, sarcastic and ridiculously enjoyable.
Keith: a Selkie that has lived in his parents basement for three hundred years. Doesn’t know how to cook, do laundry or pretty much anything else life useful. But Poseidon said he had a gift so his parents have hope.
Ariel: looking for adventure and maybe true love. As long as it’s not Keith.
Lots of nards and nuts talk. Ultimately an HEA.
“There’s a dead Mermaid on the beach and yarr two eejits are gonna stand here and call each other boogers and rectums?”
The Crab made an excellent observation. Was Ariel dead?
My entire world tilted on its axis for a brief moment and I wanted to destroy something. Was Kurt insane? Wait. Did I really talk about Ariel in my sleep? Was my brother so hungry he was seeing things? Was Ariel really on the beach? All of a sudden tomorrow didn’t appeal if Ariel wasn’t in this world anymore. I didn’t even care if she’d come to lop my Johnson off. As long as she was okay, I would be fine and I was a fast runner. I could dodge a sword aimed at my jewels any day of the week.
“Get out of my way,” I roared, shoving Pirate Sven and Kurt to the side as I tore out of the house.
If Ariel was on my beach I needed to save her. I had no clue if my [f..] gift could save Mermaids, but that gorgeous blue haired Mermaid was mine—violent Johnson lopping tendencies and all.”
Excerpt from Ariel’s Antics by Robyn Peterman
🎧 the audiobook is narrated by Jessica Almasy and Alexander Cendese. I was impressed by all the voice variances and accents and emotions that Alexander was able to perform. Impressive.
I have a paperback copy (ecopy too!) and followed along partially with the audiobook. Entertaining.