The Curse of Peace
Once, Athens and Atlantis were the closest kingdoms. They would always help the other, and their new princess and prince were to be married when they were older. At least, until the fight. The queen and king of these kingdoms, Athena and Poseidon, had a huge fight. No one knows the exact reason why it happened, but after, Athens and Atlantis ceased travel and communication from the other. What first clued everyone in, was that the treaty arch, where the rulers of each new generation would form a new treaty, was swallowed by the waves and was never seen again. The arch, was also the symbol of connection for these kingdoms, and to show where they met. Now it's just an old, dusty, untraveled road.
15 years later, the prince of Atlantis, Perseus or Percy Jackson, has gone missing the day after his 18th birthday, the day he would have married the princess. No one knows what happened to him, and the king is blaming Athens for his disappearance. What they don't know, is that Percy has been cursed by Circe, the fearsome sea witch. What will happen to him now? And what will happen when Princess Annabeth of Athens finds him and becomes his best friend? Find out in, The Curse of Peace.