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Flop Happens!

Kicked off the conservation ship, the MerSea, marine biologist Sarah Sumner is determined to rejoin Swedish deckhand, Gunner, in thwarting the Japanese whalers in Operation Mustache.

While docked in Hobart, Tasmania, Sarah and Gunner devise a plan, seeking why she mutated into a mermaid. Unsuspecting of a sea-maiden among them, the crew willingly help in a gam
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Paperback, 182 pages
Published 2017 by Melissa Crismon
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Kathleen Rowland
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Superflop by talented author Melissa Crismon is book two in her MerSea series. This urban fantasy romance follows Sarah Summer, a dedicated marine biologist who has the capability of changing into a mermaid. In this state when her scaly tail flops, Sarah can withstand sub-zero temperatures, even in waters of Antarctica. Her primary focus aligns with Gunner, the Swedish deckhand on the ship they both travel aboard. These environment protectors oppose the harpooning of whales. In the beginning of ...more
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Melissa Crismon came out of the womb singing, influenced by her mom’s harmonizing in a Southern California rock band. With a creative background in modern dance, pedal harp, voice, and diary keeping, the natural step, was writing about an adventurous mermaid. She never thought her winsome sailor would be answering all her nautical questions with help from a little mermaid, a big-eyed Chihuahua, an ...more

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