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★★★★★

“Vampire in Atlantis ”

Written on: 17/05/2011 by Harriet Klausner (18637 reviews written)

Vampire in Atlantis

Alyssa Day

Berkley, Jun 7 2011, $7.99

ISBN: 9780425241790



Eleven millennia ago when Atlantis sunk beneath the sea, Daniel's life figuratively ended with the death of his beloved Serai. Now the vampiric Night Guild mage is mentally wary and can no longer continue his existence after centuries of fighting his own kind and other evils on the side of the Warriors of Poseidon. He plans to die.



However, he is unaware that the leaders lied to him all those thousands of years ago. Instead to save the race, Serai and other chosen maidens were placed in voluntary stasis controlled by the Emperor jewel. The powerful gem was stolen and malevolent beings are deploying it. The jewel's power awakens Serai who encounters her Daniel. Together, they must delay their reunion to recover the Emperor and save the other maidens.



The eighth Warriors of Poseidon romantic fantasy (see Atlantis Betrayed, Atlantis Redeemed and Atlantis Unmasked) is a fabulous entry that focuses as much on recapturing the jewel and freeing the maidens as it does the second chance at love between Daniel and Serai. The fast-paced story line contains a strong support cast and is loaded with action, but the tale belongs to the lead couple as they have thousands of years of separation that almost led to a Romeo and Juliet tragedy yet still somewhat delay their bedding for camping as they do what is best for their people.



Harriet Klausner

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