Everyone has secrets. We don't share how much cake we actually consumed for fear that they'd think we are pigs. We hide how much we spent shopping because we don't want to freak out our husband. But many of those secrets are meant to be little white lies. We don't mean to hurt someone, more like to protect ourselves or someone else.
But some hidden secrets are there because we want to hurt someone else. We might omit to tell our roommate that her boyfriend called because we want to see them break up. We might tell another person that they look horrible in a certain dress because we don't want them to look better than we do.
Can you see the difference? The second set are trying to hurt someone else. In the second book in the Submerged Sun series, Miranda not only has to deal with Marko's evil brother but now her sister is keeping secrets as well. Check it out!
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.
When Miranda Sun returns to Marin on the eve of her eighteenth birthday, this time of her own free will, she quickly learns that her worst fears have been realized. The glittering underwater city is not as she had left it, nor too is Marko, the young king who has dominated her thoughts and heart for the last twelve months.
To make matters worse, Miranda has not made the journey to Marin alone, and now must contend with not only Marko’s evil brother Damir, but more surprisingly her sister, Lauren, who has an agenda of her own.
With Marko’s power beginning to wane, and with cracks beginning to show in the domed Utopian city, and veiled danger lurking everywhere, she quickly learns that in this dazzling city full of beautiful people she can trust no one but herself.
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About the Author:
A bookseller and Young Adult author, Vanessa loves nothing more than immersing herself in the exciting world of books. When she is not sharing her favorite reads with customers, or mentally casting actors to play the characters in her next novel, she enjoys hanging out with those she loves most.