Atlantean's Quest 1

Atlantean's Quest 1

The Arrival

eBook - 2011
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"Originally published in 2003, THE ARRIVAL HAS BEEN NEWLY REVISED AND EXTENDED TO A MID-LENGTH FANTASY/SCI-FI ROMANCE NOVEL.Linguistic specialist, Dr. Rachel Evans would do anything to get a promotion. That includes traipsing through an uncharted jungle with the man she hates more than any human on the planet - her boss. Bring on the snakes, bugs, and caimans. Years of working for Donald Rumsinger has convinced Rachel that she can handle anything-anything but being sacrificed by the natives to ward off a fierce sex god named Eros. A girl has to draw the line somewhere.The only thing keeping Eros, King of the Atlanteans from giving up hope of saving his people is the prophecy foretelling the Arrival of his destined mate. Now that he's found Rachel, he intends to keep her.Rachel isn't anyone's Queen and she's certainly not a savior, but a few sultry nights spent in Eros's loving arms just might change her mind. When she's 'rescued' by her boss, he offers Rachel a deal: Give him credit for discovering the Atlanteans and he'll ensure that she gets the promotion she's always wanted. All she has to do to make her dream come true is betray Eros.**Warning: This title contains mature language and sensual love-scenes, which might offend some readers.**AUTHOR BIO:Jordan has twenty-nine published books to her credit and has sold over 120,000 ebooks. She is a member of Novelist Inc., International Thriller Writers, Horror Writer's Association, and Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America."-- Provided by publisher.
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : Jordan Summers, 2011.
ISBN: 9780983302933
Branch Call Number: EBOOK
Characteristics: 1 online resource
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