Review: Atlantis Redeemed by Alyssa Day

ATLANTIS REDEEMED

by Alyssa Day ( Awesome lady BTW)

Warriors of Poseidon Book 5

March, 2010

Berkley Sensation

ISBN: 0425233030

Poseidon’s warriors have learned that the battle to protect humanity produces unexpected enemies–and alliances. But none more unexpected than the bond between a cursed Atlantean warrior and a woman whose sight surpasses any lie…

A warrior with no emotion …

Doomed by Poseidon millennia ago to live life bereft of feelings, Atlantean warrior Brennan’s curse is shattered when he meets Tiernan–a human with the ancient Gift of Truth Telling. Attraction turns deadly when the woman he could never forget becomes the woman he can never remember. With the fate of Atlantis on the line, will a warrior’s uncontrollable desire destroy the world?

A woman with an eye for the truth…

Tiernan’s job as an investigative reporter is perfectly suited to her unique ability to see through any falsehood. But when she discovers human scientists conducting hideous experiments on humans and shape-shifters alike, only a wildly sexy Atlantean can help protect her from the those determined to see her fail—and die. When the future of the world is at stake, can she overcome death itself so together they can protect mankind?

When truth and passion collide…Atlantis is redeemed.

I picked up this book this at 4:00 P.M. I finished it about 9:30 P.M. I cooked and cleaned during that time and not once was I really driven to let the family fend for them selves. I think my obsessiveness of characters and the story lines are starting to fade or this book was not the better of the ones I have already read. Don’t get me wrong I love the Warriors. Alpha males stuck in their set ways untill there true mate comes a calling them historical setback or something worst, sexist. But; I also like the drama and the excitement that goes with it. I love how all the stories are intertwined and together.

However in this book, we get some back story of the others, and some little bit of story weaving from the others but its prety blunt and almost cut and paste, except for Diedre and Daniel story line. I think their lives were carefully made aware of in all the books and they are supporting roles for each of the warriors.

What I really loved about this book is the woman didn’t fall on her knees to say yes to him the first time, she made him work for it. She was a paragon of strength and she did us, women, proud. Untill the end, I would have been scared crazy too.

Overall I reallly liked the Atlantis Redeemed. It had plot twists, intrigue, sex, and adventure. And best of all its HAWT guys from Atlantis, hell yeah I am all about that.

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