Atlantis Betrayed [NOOK Book]

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Another Warriors of Poseidon novel for romance lovers to dive into...

What could Christophe,
powerful Warrior ...
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Overview

View our feature on Alyssa Day’s Atlantis Betrayed.



Another Warriors of Poseidon novel for romance lovers to dive into...

What could Christophe,
powerful Warrior of Poseidon, have in common with Fiona Campbell, the notorious jewel thief known as the Scarlet
Ninja? Answer: The Siren, a legendary Crown Jewel that Fiona has targeted for her next heist. It's said to be worth
millions, but to Christophe it's invaluable. For the Siren also happens to be one of the missing jewels from
Poseidon's trident. But breaking into the Tower of London is a two-person job, and Christophe and Fiona must team
up to commit the crime of the century.




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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781101442791
  • Publisher: Penguin Group (USA)
  • Publication date: 9/7/2010
  • Series: Warriors of Poseidon Series , #6
  • Sold by: Penguin Group
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 304
  • Sales rank: 46,287
  • File size: 699 KB

Meet the Author

Alyssa Day is the pen name (and dark and tortured alter ego) of Alesia Holliday, winner of Romance Writers of America's prestigious RITA award for excellence in romance fiction. Alyssa is a graduate of The Ohio State University and summa cum laude graduate of Capital Law School. She lives with her family and children somewhere near the ocean (they move a lot!).
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The Tower of London

Christophe, soaring silently and quickly, traveled across the ceiling and into the room with seconds to spare before the door closed behind him with a muffled clanging sound. Several clicking noises sounded directly beneath and in front of where he hung, suspended, and he turned his attention downward.

Toward the . . . ninja.

Which startled him enough that he released his mist form, plummeted down from the ceiling, and landed on his ass. “What in the nine hells—”

The figure in scarlet whirled around and Christophe was treated to two more surprises: the shiny, deadly looking gun and the lovely curve of scarlet-covered breasts and hips.

The Scarlet Ninja was a woman—and she was armed.

“Who in the bloody hell are you and where did you come from?” Fiona glared at the intruder, her gaze traveling up and up as he slowly stood, holding his hands out in front of him. He was a few inches over six feet of tall, dark, and sinfully gorgeous, and he had no right to be here in the middle of her scouting trip, never mind those astonishingly muscled shoulders and the dark waves of hair framing the most beautiful green eyes, sculpted cheekbones, and deliciously masculine face she had ever seen on a living, breathing man. Her breathing sped up, and her heart, which had already been racing faster than the lead car in the Birmingham Super Prix, thundered so hard it surely would pound its way out of her chest any moment.

She was a thief, standing in the middle of one of the most priceless collections of gems in the entire world, and yet she wasn’t tempted to look anywhere but at him.

Oh, yes. He was trouble.

Trouble blinked; long, dark lashes closing over emerald-green eyes so gorgeous they had to be illegal in most of Europe. Then he threw back his head and laughed, and shivers traced a delicate pattern down her spine. His deep, rich laugh was dark chocolate and champagne and silk sheets all presented in one wickedly mouthwatering package.

Oh, damn, it had been far too long since she’d had sex.

Her watch beeped. Glancing down, she saw that she had twelve minutes. Declan had hacked into the security cameras and put them on a circular repeating pattern or something equally complex and brilliant, but he’d warned her a dozen times that she had exactly fifteen minutes and not a second more.

She raised the tranq gun and used her best frosty, lady-of-the-manor voice. “I repeat, who in the bloody hell are you?”

“You’re Scottish,” he said, quite unnecessarily.

“Give the man a gold ring. You have ten seconds to tell me who you are and why you’re here before I shoot you.” She raised the gun, hoping the first time she had to shoot a man while looking him in the eyes wouldn’t haunt her dreams for months to come. But needs must and, well, the Siren was waiting, no matter how mouthwateringly delicious this man might be.

“The Scarlet Ninja is a woman. A Scottish woman,” he said, his gaze sweeping over her from head to toe, blistering every inch of skin under her garments, as if the heat in his eyes were a palpable touch.

Of course, the negative here was that he appeared to be a blithering idiot.

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  • Posted August 24, 2010

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    Alyssa Day scores big time with this terrific amusing yet action-packed tale

    Christophe, a Warrior of Poseidon, is sworn to protect humanity, but he loathes his duty as he detests the perfidious humans. Still he does his mission well in spite of his personal animosities. His current assignment is to break into the Tower of London to steal Siren, a Jewel of Poseidon, implanted in the sword of William the Conqueror.

    Christophe quickly discovers he is not the only one breaching the Tower's security. The infamous Scarlet Ninja breaks and enter to steal the Siren too. Not one to allow a male to trump her plan, Scarlet Ninja AKA (in daylight) Lady Fiona Campbell the fairy tale illustrator plans to complete her latest Robinette Hood theft. However, as the pair competes for the gem, a lethal third person breaches the museum taking the sword before the stunned pair can react.

    Starting with irreverent Christophe's debate with a vampire while sitting on Big Ben over whether Ripper was a vamp too, the latest Atlantis saga is a great entry (see Atlantis Redeemed and Atlantis Unmasked) as a strong romance is enhanced by non-stop action and plenty of jocularity. The cast is powerful and not just the Warriors of Poseidon and their soulmates as London and Atlantis have never swung wilder. Alyssa Day scores big time with this terrific amusing yet action-packed tale.

    Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 11, 2012

    Awww

    This was my favorite one yet ! Maybebecause i love the bad boys lol and i lovedd fiona they were a perfect match , and very hot sex scenes ! Love this series!!

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  • Posted September 30, 2012

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    For those who like paranormal romance.

    I like the story and plot line. The only things I don't like is how graphic the love scenes are and the profanity. Otherwise, I enjoyed reading this series, and I'm eagerly waiting for the next two stories in the series to come out.

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  • Posted October 3, 2011

    highly reccomended

    As usual Alyssa Day has done it again. Atlantis Betrayed is a must read for anyone following her Warriors of Posedion series. Action packed with a sense of humor. Subject material is for adult reading only due to the sexual nature of the material.Alyssa Day brings to life the chacter of each warrior in the series.So interesting it is hard to put down once you star reading. The series leaves you wanting more, so that it is hard to wait for the next book to come out.

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  • Posted September 30, 2010

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    Fantasticly Hot Story!

    Fantasticly Hot Story! Each book Alyssa Day does gets better and better as she gets closer to ending this series.

    I loved christophe the Posiedon Warrior and his sexy as hell charm. Of course his mate Lady Fiona the Scarlet Ninja was the perfect woman for him. The chemistry between them was so hot. Actually throughout the whole book it had the best Erotica scenes that I couldn't help but get excited myself. I loved the humor they shared and the Happy Ever After ending was great and had me smiling real big in the end.

    I loved the other characters as well. The butler Hopkins, Maeve the Unceily Court Fae princess, Fiona's brother Declan, her friend Sean, along with all the other Warriors of Posiedon were absolutely wonderful.

    Now they have the gem stone "Siren" - a magical stone that can entrance the shapeshifters. All they need is 3 more stones left to rise Atlantis. I look forward to the next books to see how they retrieve these stones and how the other warriors find their mates.

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