Heart pounding with a surprising twist ending, bestselling author M.S. Kaminsky takes you on a thrilling paranormal adventure you won’t forget...
Alysa Grey has no memory of the boating accident that almost drowned her. Meanwhile, her twin sister was never found and Hawaii Search and Rescue gave up long ago. Yet she feels certain her sister lives.
When Alysa meets Nate, a handsome surfer, he presents the opportunity for answers. She sneaks off to Hina where Nate lives with a secretive group called the Ocean Alliance. But behind his dimpled smile and surfer scruff, Nate carries his own secrets. Alysa ends up trapped on an aging ship bound for Alabaster Island where her mother, Marei, was born.
Far out at sea the sinister agenda behind the Ocean Alliance’s facade is revealed. To survive, Alysa must claim her destiny and face an enemy that has plagued her female ancestors for generations. As she uncovers the shocking truth about her past, she learns that sometimes it's much easier to be lost than found.
If you love paranormal romance with a shocking twist ending then dive into The Atlantis Twins: The Mermaid Curse Book One today!
"Not many books surprise me like this one did.” ★★★★★
“The writing is beautiful and so too the story…” ★★★★★
"Plenty of twists and turns!” ★★★★★
“No reader can come away untouched.” ★★★★★
"There were more than a few times that I gasped out loud.” -Amazon Review ★★★★★
M.S. Kaminsky writes young adult urban fantasy and sci-fi with dashes of suspense, mystery and romance. His most recent release, The Mermaid Curse Series, reveals the enigmatic origin of mermaids in a gripping fantasy that spans generations of women.
When MSK is not writing he can be found with his husband attempting to tame the white water rapids of upstate New York or weeding in their garden. So far the rapids (and the weeds) are winning!
Would you turn your parents in if you were certain they had committed a serious crime? I've seen this transpire both ways (parents reporting children and children reporting parents). Of course it all depends how serious the crime is and its nature (and whether or not the parent/child might be considered an accomplice). The legal aspect is not what fascinates me though, it's the moral conundrum. That is what Alysa struggles with here. She loves her father...and yet...
The Atlantis Twins: A Mermaid Curse Urban Fantasy Novel
By the time Saturday came, I was wiped. All week I pretended that I didn’t notice or care that no one except for Charlie talked to me at school. Meanwhile, Dad was extra nice to me, which made me feel guilty about the letter. It sat waiting in my pocket, but I hadn’t had the guts to take it to Hina Precinct yet. Charlie slept over, and I explained what was going on.
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