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Vanessa Garden's Submerged Sun series has been wildly popular. Readers have fallen in love with Miranda and her underwater king, Marko as they faced danger from his family and secret experiments. Throughout the trials, their love remained steadfast. Now they face the biggest challenge of their lives...
The action-packed conclusion to the Submerged Sun Trilogy...
In a glittering underwater world, where danger lurks behind beauty and power, seventeen-year-old Miranda Sun must decide between her freedom and the love her heart ultimately yearns for.
While Robbie and the citizens of Marin eagerly await the birth of the first child to have been born in the city of Marin in over twenty years, Miranda and Marko must deal with the pain and heartache of their banishment from the underwater city.
When the bodies of young women begin to wash up on beaches across the globe, their legs mutilated in a telling way, Miranda and Marko become even more desperate to return to Marin.
Because if Damir is back to his evil ways, then Miranda’s sister, Lauren, is in grave danger.
Will Miranda and Marko return to the city in time to save Lauren?
Or is Lauren, and the entire city of Marin, doomed already…
“What have you done?” I shuddered and wiped my face with the back of my hand. The horror of what Damir had done to those girls who had washed ashore all over the world, hit me like a punch between the eyes. And now he had Lily.
“Is she alive?”
“She’s alive,” Damir said, stroking Lily’s long, blonde hair. “But my Lauren is not. My pretty Loz is not here.” He stroked Lily’s hair like he used to stroke Lauren’s, with tenderness. “That’s where you come into it. You knew your sister the best. I loved her but already, without a picture, I’m forgetting small details about her face.”
I wanted to take a step back, as far away from him as possible, but I also didn’t want to leave Lily’s side. The direction this conversation was heading was making my stomach churn all over again.
“Even her hair. I want it the exact shade Lauren had. Lily’s is a paler blonde whereas my Lauren had a deeper, golden tone to her hair. Do you think, if I bought some dye, that you could choose the closest shade to your sister’s?”
My blood ran cold. He wanted to turn Lily into my sister. It wasn’t enough that he’d already ruined Lauren’s life. He wanted to ruin Lily’s now.
“This is Lily, Lily can never be Lauren, just like Lauren can never be Lily. If you gave Lily a face transplant, she still wouldn’t be Lauren inside.” A hard lump came to my throat. “Lauren is gone. Dead.” I sucked in a deep breath and met his gaze, hoping to penetrate the madness and find the tiny fragment of heart he may have left. “Your sister says Lauren died giving birth, but I think she was murdered.”
“It was the baby.” His green eyes narrowed. “But if I ever find out otherwise, I’ll kill whoever was involved.” He blinked, as though clearing his brain of the possibility that Lauren had been murdered. “But for now, we’ll say that the baby killed her. She could have died any other time, but she only died when the baby was born.”
“Yes, but the baby needed to be delivered. It was after the baby was born that Lauren’s life became… dispensable. Do you get what I’m saying?”
Damir swallowed and thought about it before he shook his head.