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If you haven't been to the BVI, get with it!You will still be laughing out loud!
This book gives a glimpse of life in the Virgin Islands as seen thru the rose-colored sunglasses of a transplant who loves the people and places in the islands.
Miss Mermaid is a great writer and story teller and I enjoyed the book very much.
I'm only half way through the book and I am really enjoying it. Makes me want to take off to the islands no matter how quirky they seem.Published 15 days ago by Dina Brandt
Having bareboated on Nepenthe out of Tortola in the Nineties, Dear Miss Mermaid's stories were dead on depictions of characters in the islands. Perfect.Published 2 months ago by mike wiley
An easy and fun read similar to "Don't stop the Carnival"....... I have been living in the Caribbean for some 40 + years it is fun to read about the life I am actually living. Read morePublished 5 months ago by vernon
Some entertaining stories but any body who thinks rape is amusing has a very skewed thoughts on the world.Published 8 months ago by Rachel Depart
Great short island stories of no responsibility (or is it irresponsibility), drinking rum and just watching life go by from the deck of a boat or a bar!! Read morePublished 8 months ago by Joe Mac
Uninspiring, not all that clever or funny. I expected better prose and funnier anecdotes. Jimmy Buffett has this genre cornered and has nothing to fear in the least. Meh...Published 11 months ago by John E. Howard
Wide variety of stories. Each funny and thought provoking. Not sure whether I want to move to the Caribbean now or not!Published 13 months ago by A. Racel
Got this book on my Kindle Fire. Miss Mermaid tells her stories well. I could feel the sweltering heat when she addressed the rat problem on her boat, smell the bar at the poker... Read morePublished 14 months ago by jones