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How many babies are too many in the world of Tangled Tentacles and Assassin's?
Come join the fun as we step back into the world of krakens and their mates, finding out just how Markov and Cassius coped with an unruly kraken and the shock of pregnancy in An All-Knowing Kraken.
How Magnus upsets the apple cart by not following along with his mate’s expectations in Magnus’s Way.
What happens when two unsuspecting mates who head off to the mall and end up with an unexpected gift in Marvin’s Little Miracle?
Will Victor and Azim finally decide if they want to join in the fun of baby making in Victor’s Dilemma?
Last but not least, how will Teilo and Nico react when invited to a party with a difference in Baby Shower Delights?
We hope you enjoy this catch up with our boys from Tangled Tentacles and Assassin’s to Order. The authors advise to get the best out of this book, read the other in the series first.
4 out of 5 (very good)
Independent Reviewer for Archaeolibrarian - I Dig Good Books!
This is an addition to the Tangled Tentacles AND Assassins To Order series, it cannot be read as a stand-alone.
What this is, right, is a wonderful catch-up for everyone and I loved it, bar one thing.
There are a lot of babies in this book and a LOT of surprises for several members of this ever-growing family!
I liked that Magnus puts his paw down with Kelvin's kraken about their birth. I LOVED the surprise for Markov and Cassius, that one threw me! Them too, but did not see that one coming! I loved that there were conversations about NOT having babies, at all or just yet.
But the best surprise was for Marvin and Ajani!
So, what didn't I love?? Too short! I need more of these kinds of catch-up shorts, or better yet, the next book in the Assassins series! I love these books, and it's been a little while.
A delightful catch-up, thank you for writing them!
4 too stinking cute and warm and fuzzy stars
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* A copy of this book was provided to me with no requirements for a review. I voluntarily read this book; the comments here are my honest opinion. *
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