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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 18, 2013

    Man ......

    There were a lot of explaining in this one. The romantic scenes were few and far between. The story doesn't get moving until the 500th page. Seriously borrow this book if you want to read it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 17, 2012

    Not bad...

    It was a tad silly, but good for an easy rainy day read. Interesting take on the Atlantis/merpeople genre.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 21, 2009

    ehh

    This book is not that great. The basic plot is that the heroine is on a first date with a guy who likes to scuba dive, they all end up diving into Atlantis and being held there, and the heroine falls in love with an Atlantean. I thought it would be a straightforward, interesting twist on the usual paranormal romance, but this book takes some odd turns. The heroine spends the majority of her time with people from the scuba dive, who she didn't know before hand, and they do weird things like skip down hallways singing songs from Wizard of Oz, make ineffectual half-hearted escape plans and debate about President Bush and Guantanamo Bay. Why?
    The heroine barely spends time with the hero and we don't really get to see the hero's perspective very often either. For some reason, Heaton decided to focus on the secondary characters more than the main ones. I had to stop reading 3/4 of the way through, because the plot was not advancing. I've read another book by Heaton, in which there were literally no secondary characters (the couple was on a deserted planet) and it was by far superior.

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