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Lola Sphinx is beyond excited when she learns her mermaid best friend Nawfar has inherited a magical ring that allows her to walk on land for short periods of time. Along with the young fairy Thicket, they head out on a hike and come upon a strange, magical gate that opens up into a new world.  

While enjoying themselves at a roller rink, the local DJ is suddenly murdered, and somehow, Lola, Nawfar, and Thicket find themselves in the middle of everything, while also trying to get back home in time before Nawfar reveals her true identity!

A perfect short cozy for when you need a few minutes to immerse yourself with magic, mystery, humor, and mischief!

©2019 Lori Woods (P)2019 Lori Woods

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Enjoyable

Really a very cute and amusing cozy mystery. As the series progresses, we are learning more about the paranormal world in which Lola lives. However, just like with the first audiobook, I found some things distracting.
First, the narrator attempts different voices for different characters. The only true difference is when she uses a different pitch for voicing fairies. Either do them really well, or don't do them at all.
Second, twice the book is interrupted for an author's appeal for reviews. Either do it at the beginning, or the end of the book. In the middle of the story is exceedingly annoying! Especially when you binge listen to the entire series.
However, there are fewer pauses in unusual places. I think and the narrator got a better feel for this book, and the flow of words.

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Fun story with a surprise setting

Enjoyed this story much more than the first. The characters are fun, the setting was unexpected, and it left you wanting to find out what happens next! Still not a fan of the narrator, but that is a personal preference on my part. The fun story let me get past the narration issues.

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great listen

Story was good and a good book to listen to while relaxing. Characters were fun to get know.

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Surprising turn for Lola!

Wow! I really expected a lot of the same characters in similar settings but book 2 took me to fun new places. Thicket’s voice is just as fun as Pim-Pim’s! Nice voice acting again. This narration is faster and smoother than book 1.

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  • DMA
  • 05-12-21

short and weird

This was a super short strange cozy mystery with great characters and a sinple murder thrown in! Fun story

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  • Kirsty Barrett
  • 01-18-21

lived this

quick and sweet but could of done without the author interrupting for reviews twice. Once would be ok but was tedious as repeated. I appreciate the need for reviews and do review out of respect.

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  • Julie
  • 12-24-19

Witchy splash

I did enjoy this book but found it annoying that in the middle you are asked to leave a review. Other than that the story was fun and I liked the characters. The story is a bit short, so after listening to this book I went straight onto the next book, especially as the book kind of finished on a cliff hanger.
Lola's best friend is a mermaid, there time together revolves around spending time at various water holes, that is until Nawfar inherits a magical ring that gives her legs for a short while. To celebrate they decide to take a hike and end up going through a magic gate and end up a roller skate rink. While Nawfar gets use to her human legs there is a murder and Lola and her friends stick around to help the non magic people solve the mystery.
The narrator does a good job and it is always easy to tell who is speaking.