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    I started and finished this the same day heck it only took a couple of hours all total to read this foul mouthed vapid empty piece of garbage I wanted to like this book despite a friend's warning of its awfulness rattling around in my head It had such potential There are all manner of paranormal beasties starring in books and series today vampires werewolves shapeshifters faeries even ghosts Why not mermaids as well? What a shame a perfectly good and quirky concept half human mermaid who's a marine biologist and works at an aquarium was let down by bad writing a barely there plotline and a laughable climax to the storyFirst off we have the heroine Fredrika aka Fred the hybrid mermaid Aside from the pseudo amusing personality quirks look she's a mermaid who can't swim in human form Oh my she gets seasick on boats how funny she stomps she grumps she has no patience or social skills she's selfish and unbelievably foul mouthed Yet two men both absolutely gorgeous natch upon meeting her for the first time fall in love with her Why? Because she's just so damn irresistible? No because she's just so gorgeous no man can resist her but of course she's completely unaware of her ability to induce lustful feelings in men and some women Aren't we tired of that 'gorgeous but oblivious' hook yet? I know I certainly am Speaking of the two men who love her one is a giant buff mer dude with a mane of flaming red hair and red eyes And yet nobody seems to think that maybe there's something weird about him when seeing him for the first time that maybe he's not quite human? No screams of Oh my god what's wrong with his eyes? What is he? when he walks into a local malleatery? How believable is that? Or maybe everyone thinks he's in a permanent Halloween costume? It makes no sense to me The other man a fellow marine biologist who travels the world falls in love with her because he can see the true color of her hair which is green not blue That's it? Really? That's the best the author can come up with?And that brings me to the plot of the book I use the word plot in only the vaguest sense of the word just as the author sketched only the vaguest outline of a plot in the story All the action takes place towards the end of the book and the sequence of events is so fast and so absurdly ludicrous that it stretches the point of believability to breaking point I think there was supposed to be some humor in the situation but I couldn't find it And if the author was trying for some sort of mystery she fell well short of the markI have to give Davidson some credit She actually tells us in the acknowledgments that this is a crappy book not in so many words but in essence She ripped up her manuscript and started over moments from deadline she probably went through who knows how many rewrites and finally handed the whole thing over to a group of editors who did they best they could with what little they had Her editors failed however in making her look all y'know smart 'n' stuff as she put it I guess it's my fault for not believing her All in all Sleeping with the Fishes is just another crude and vulgar example of Davidson's writing talent I'd really like to know how she managed to get published in the first place I just feel sorry for all the poor trees that have to die in order to support her career