Wednesday, July 17, 2019

Even Tree Nymphs Get The Blues (Mystic Bayou #2.5). Molly Harper (author), Amanda Ronconi (narrator), Jonathan Davis (narrator)

Audible Studios, June 2019

Ingrid Asher has, after many years of isolation from her home, her sisters, and her entire life prior to the near-destruction of her tree, is leaving New York City for Mystic Bayou, Louisiana, where the tree nymph is going to raise milk cows and open a creamery. While in NYC, she discovered ice cream, and found her true calling.

Yes, she's a tree nymph, from Norway, and seventy years ago she trusted the wrong man and he cut down her tree. She was able to save a root and a sprout, and she and her tree have been slowly recovering, but they still have a long way to go. Mystic Bayou offers the land she needs, the warmth she wants, and a small town in need of an ice cream shop.

Also, a thriving mixed community of humans, vampires, shapeshifters, and dragons. And, unfortunately, a branch of the League, which acts as the government for magical creatures.This includes Rob Aspern, human, and head of the League's data science department.

He's way too attractive, too nice, too interested, too interesting, too uneducated about tree nymphs...

It's a funny and contentious courtship.


I believe this was one of Audible's free offerings last month, and I am reviewing it voluntarily.

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