I am so happy that my latest release, The Discovery of a Lifetime, is now out in the world! I worked hard to get his story out this month despite some health setbacks. This Atlantis based romance is only .99 cents and a fun look at a land that many have sought throughout history!
Karina is the laughing stock of the archaeology world. Despite the naysayers she knows in her heart that she’s right, Atlantis is real and she will find it. With a mysterious backer and state of the art technology, she finds her heart’s desire and then some. Atlantis is not so lost after all, and their prince seems to only have eyes for her.
Faced with finding her dream, Karina must decide if she will give up the world above, all that she has ever known, for the chance at happiness in Atlantis and with the prince Theophilus. A night of passion seems to make the choice easy, but can she really stay in this land of legend? If Theophilus has anything to say about it she can.
Nothing but static greeted her this time, but since her sub was working just fine, she continued her exploration with an eye on the clock. As she entered the cavern she had seen, she startled at a blueish light which seemed to be emitting from somewhere deeper in the cavern. Her own lights on the sub flashed upon some murals that took her breath away. “It’s the story of Atlantis,” she whispered, hoping that they were still receiving her transmission up above.
Then the sub went dead, lights and all. She only had the red light of her emergency system to help her. She also checked, and only her emergency oxygen seemed to be working, which meant she had about fifteen minutes of air. “Fuck!” she said, trying desperately to get someone on the radio. “Can anyone hear me? Something is wrong. Hello?”
Not even static greeted her this time. Unable to control the vessel, a current of some sort kept pulling her farther and farther into the darkness. Karina anxiously watched the minutes on her oxygen tank, knowing that even if her system kicked back on, she likely wouldn’t have enough air to make it back to the surface. The very day of her greatest triumph might very well be her last day alive. Talk about irony.
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