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Atlantis Rising (Warriors of Poseidon)
Synopses & Reviews
Eleven thousand years ago, before the seas swallowed the Atlanteans, Poseidon assigned a few chosen warriors to act as sentinels for humans in the new world. There was only rule—desiring them was forbidden. But rules were made to be broken...
Riley Dawson is more than a dedicated Virginia Beach social worker. She's blessed with a mind link that only Atlanteans have been able to access for thousands of years. Being an "empath" may explain her wistful connection to the roiling waves of the ocean, the sanctuary it provides, and the sexual urges that seem to emanate from fathoms below...
Conlan, the High Prince of Atlantis, has surfaced on a mission to retrieve Poseidon's stolen trident. Yet something else has possessed Conlan: the intimate emotions—and desires—of a human. Irresistibly drawn to the uncanny beauty, Conlan soon shares more than his mind. But in the midst of a battle to reclaim Poseidon's power, how long can a forbidden love last between two different souls from two different worlds?
In the USA Today bestselling first book in Alyssa Day's Warriors of Poseidon series, High Prince Conlan and Riley Dawson meet, and Atlantis will never be the same.
About the Author
Alyssa Day is the pen name of New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Alesia Holliday, whose many paranormal romance and urban fantasy novels include Atlantis Rising, Atlantis Awakening, Atlantis Unleashed, and Atlantis Unmasked. A graduate of Ohio State University and Capital Law School, she has received the Romance Writers of America's prestigious RITA Award for excellence in romantic fiction. Alyssa currently lives in Florida. Joshua Swanson is a five-time AudioFile Earphones Award winner, including for Split by Swati Avashti, This Book Is Not Good for You by Pseudonymous Bosch, and Testimony by Anita Shreve. He has narrated over one hundred books since 2007 and was named a Best Voice of 2010 for his work in the Young Adult genre by AudioFile magazine. He has also appeared in numerous film and television productions on NBC, ABC, Lifetime, and other networks. Joshua likes chocolate a lot. He may even be willing to work for chocolate. Maybe.
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