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 one rule-desiring them was forbidden. But rules were made to be broken... When she calls... Riley Dawson is more... read more
In this island, Atlantis, arose a great and marvelous might of kings… But in later time, after there had been exceeding great earthquakes and floods, there fell one day and night of destruction; and the warriors… were swallowed up by the earth, and in like manner did the island Atlantis sink... read more (warning: may contain spoilers)
In this island, Atlantis, arose a great and marvelous might of kings… But in later time, after there had been exceeding great earthquakes and floods, there fell one day and night of destruction; and the warriors… were swallowed up by the earth, and in like manner did the island Atlantis sink beneath the sea and vanish away.
—Plato, Timaeus, dated at approximately 600 B.C.
One can hardly doubt that significant shifts of the earth's crust have taken place repeatedly…
—Albert Einstein, in correspondence to Charles Hapgood,
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 one rule-desiring them was forbidden. But rules were made to be broken... When she calls... 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... He will come. 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?
“I'm allergic to cow poop.”Riley
“Life had been way easier when the moon was just something cows jumped over in storybooks.”Riley
“High priest, dark phantom, instrument of Poseidon's power. Scary son of a b****.”
“The priest continued to clap his hands together. "Lovely. Very impressive," the priest drawled. "We have Reisen on the loose with the Trident and some unknown threat who has drained our prince's power, and yet we have time to play 'whose dick is bigger?' between the Brothers Grimace.”
Hell is empty And all the Devils are here. —William Shakespeare, The TempestHighlighted by 8 Kindle customers
Christophe, skin glimmering faintly with the residue of barely controlled power.Highlighted by 4 Kindle customers
Bastien, towering over the others. Nearly seven feet of pure muscle and honed battle instincts.Highlighted by 4 Kindle customers
We face other problems, prince. You have finally returned, only hours after the vehicle of your ascension is lost.”Highlighted by 3 Kindle customers
Brennan, emotionless but for the whitened knuckles on his blades.Highlighted by 3 Kindle customers
“If you know both your enemy and yourself, you will come out of one hundred battles with one hundred victories. Know neither your enemy nor yourself, and you will lose all.”Highlighted by 3 Kindle customers
Out of sight. Incog-fucking-nito. Defending the landwalkers from the badasses among the bloodsuckers, the furry monsters, and all the shit that went bump in the night.Highlighted by 3 Kindle customers
Denal, the youngest of the Seven and newest to the role. He’d still been training at the academy when Conlan had . . . gone away.Highlighted by 3 Kindle customers
Justice, blue-tinged hair in a braid to his waist, the handle of his sword rising from its sheath behind one shoulder. The member of his Seven who Conlan understood least—trusted least. But a warrior to be reckoned with, by anyone’s measure.Highlighted by 3 Kindle customers
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