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Prince of Atlantis

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In October of 1940, the USS Zeus was on her way to meet her British crew. This was one of many American destroyers released to strengthen the British Navy before America joined World War II. Jeremiah Davidson, a God-fearing redhead from Tennessee was part of the American crew.

In the middle of the Atlantic, a terrible accident happened, and both the USS Zeus and her compan
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Published (first published May 24th 2011)
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Catalina Santiago
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I've been reading romance books about Atlantis for a while and this was a fresh take on an old idea. I easily bought the characters and their evolution into love.

Pretty entertaining.
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Born a Sagittarius in the fabulous year of the Rooster of ’69, at the hour when his cat was about to become a complete dragon, Gabbo de la Parra landed on the Caribbean Coast of the outlandish Republic of Panama to start the adventure of life.

Love and the Internet brought him to Middle Tennessee to embrace the American Dream and his husbandly romance. Writing has been an important part of his lif
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