[Jennifer McKeithen] ¿ Atlantis On the Shores of Forever (Atlantis: The Antediluvian Chronicles, #1) [old-testament PDF] Ebook Epub Download Ý g-couture.co.uk

[Jennifer McKeithen] ¿ Atlantis On the Shores of Forever (Atlantis: The Antediluvian Chronicles, #1) [old-testament PDF] Ebook Epub Download Ý A Princess Seeking To Balance Duty And Her Tempestuous HeartA Wanderer Searching For A PurposeA Soldier Destined For GloryA Doomed CivilizationThe Princess Of An Exiled Kingdom, Gwenwhyfar S Marriage Was Decided At Birth Enter Marcus Duilius, A Career Soldier With An Eye For Beauty Although Drawn To His Fatal Charms, She Knows This Son Of A Roman Naval Hero Will Never Allow A Woman To Stand In The Way Of His Ambition With Her Husband S Untimely Death, She Discovers A Freedom She Never Imagined PossibleReady To Make Her Own Destiny, Gwenwhyfar Finds She Must Put Aside Her Desires Once And Reforge Ties With The Mighty Atlantis Mysterious Ships Have Arrived From The East, Leaving Destruction In Their Wake The Known World Is Threatened To Complicate Matters, Her Former Norse Bodyguard Has Suddenly Returned To Claim Her For His OwnCan She Uphold Her Duty, Save Her World, And Still Find True Love I LOVE this book Though I m just a little biased

A wonderful story about a Princess in Roman times Varina, real name is Gwenwhyfar Her fate was decided at birth and was promised to, Petronius a Roman They married and life did not happen as it was supposed to Petronius dies and that is the beginning of the story of two men who fall in love with Gwenwhyfar.
We have always wondered about Atlantis, was this a real place, is it just a fable Real or not this story is full of wonderful places and things on the Shores of Forever.
Thank you Jennifer McKeithen for giving me the opportunity to read, enjoy, and give a review Looking forward to reading the sequel, Atlantis On the Tides of Destiny I was able to read a preview of this book while it was in the final stages of production, and I gotta say, I absolutely loved it I m a picky reader in general, especially when it comes to historic fiction But Mrs McKeithen certainly did her research, and the Classical Era was skillfully depicted The characters, too, were well rounded and likeable, and the setting descriptions were just lovely.
Looking forward to reading the sequel