Atlantean's Quest 4: The Return

Atlantean's Quest 4: The Return

by Jordan Summers

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Orion, brother to Ares and third in command on Planet Zaron has been relegated to chief mailman and babysitter. Oh, how the mighty have fallen…

It should’ve been a simple job: Fly to Earth, find the Seer, and deliver a message to Brigit Taylor to let her know her friends are alive and well. Simple. Ha! That was before a vicious squirrel attack, trying to slay a wasabi green dragon, and sinking his Katronian rings into the wrong woman’s body.

Together they destroy the competition, rejoice in their burgeoning friendship, and explore their growing feelings. Everything would be perfect, if Orion didn’t believe he was from another planet. Brigit’s about to discover that nothing on Earth is simple and that sometimes the world falling apart is the best thing that can happen to you.

(Atlantean's Quest 1: The Arrival, Atlantean's Quest 2: Exodus, Atlantean's Quest 3: Redemption, Atlantean Heat, Phantom Warriors 7: The Dark King)

***Warning: This title contains mature language, sensuous love-scenes, angry squirrels, and wasabi-colored dragons. Might offend some readers.


RETURN is the fourth book in the ATLANTEAN’S series and continues the interesting tale. Brigit is strong willed and feisty with plenty of spunk to keep the readers entertained. Orion is sexy and sensual like his past counterparts and heats up the pages without even trying. The love scenes are intense and steamy and readers will find themselves running for the ice. The plot is intriguing and will keep you turning the pages until you reach the end. Jordan Summers has another winner in the ATLANTEAN’S series and I can’t wait to see what she comes up with next.—Angel-Romance Junkies

Atlantean’s Quest 4: Return is the final and highly awaited installment in Ms. Summers’ very popular paranormal series Atlantean’s Quest. This time it is Brigit’s turn to get her very own unique Atlantean, and boy, what a truly fun ride it is. Bearing quite a different tone from the previous installments in this series, Return is lighthearted where the previous ones were brooding. This change in tone matches beautifully with the quirky nature of the story’s heroine, which screams with humor. As to Orion, let’s just say that I would have loved to be a fly on the wall just to see his reactions to Brigit’s comments and statements. He is just plain adorable, and that without detracting one bit of his status as an alpha male. The love scenes scorch the pages, and Orion’s “enhanced” attributes are simply drool worthy. Return can be read fully as a stand-alone; however, be forewarned, as once you are done with this title, you can rest assured that if you haven’t read the first 3 books (plus the quickie) yet, you will feel an urgent need to catch up with this series. I admit that I am a bit saddened at seeing one of my favorite paranormal erotic romance series come to an end, but as the saying goes, all good things must come to an end, and this one was worth the wait!--Mireya Orsini--Just Erotic Romance Reviews

Jordan is a New York published author with thirty-two books to her credit. She has sold over 155,000 ebooks and is a member of Novelist Inc., International Thriller Writers, and the Horror Writer’s Association. For more info about her work, go to:

Product Details

BN ID: 2940013037229
Publisher: Smallbites Online Learning, Inc.
Publication date: 08/22/2011
Series: Atlantean's Quest Series , #4
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 238 KB

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I enjoyed the series even though a couple and a half books' stories were weak. Really liked the BFFs and especially Bridget. To me she was portrayed as an air headed diva. Cute!
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