Atlantis Rising Book 1: From Beneath, They Come

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Dylan's just an ordinary girl on summer break preparing for her senior year in high school. But when she meets Jaron, a strange and mysterious boy, she falls completely and madly in love with him. But he isn't quite what he seems and she is drawn into a web of deception and murders.

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Words: 110,780
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476317595
About Mark Stephens

Mark Stephens lives in Orlando, Florida, by route of St. Marys, Ohio(birthplace) and Asheville, NC. Moving here in 1998 after visiting, he fell in love with the climate and the city, becoming active in the community and its growth.
Writing has always been a love of his ever since high school, but, until recent advancements in technology, it was always an unrealistic passion to become a published author. Now, he's able to devote his time between writing and family and work. At least, until he doesn't have to work anymore.

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Review by: Amanda Jills on Sep. 19, 2012 :
Bought this book and let it languish in my ereader for awhile. But once I started it, I found it very enrgossing. Finished it in a matter of days. There were several storylines interwoven together and although classified as a romance, there was a fair amount of intrigue and action as well. I hope the sequel is coming soon.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Lauren Oaster on July 02, 2012 :
Atlantis Rising: From Beneath They Come by Mark Stephens is one of the best paranormal romances I have ever read. I like the fact that there is two stories going on at the same time: Agent Fitzimmons’ story, and Dylan and Jaron’s story. Dylan meets Jaron at the beach, and while Jaron might not be as human as he seems, they fall in love anyway. Then the classic “boy meets girls, they fall in love, boy gets accused of brutal murders, disappears, comes back, then disappears again, etc” tale ensues. Meanwhile, Agent Fitzimmons and his partner, Angelo, are investigating these murders and getting thoroughly confused by them. I don’t want to give anything else away, but this book is very suspenseful and leaves on a huge cliffhanger. I can’t wait for the sequel!
(reviewed long after purchase)

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