Vampire in Atlantis

Vampire in Atlantis

by Alyssa Day

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The most unexpected of all allies to Poseidon's warriors has proven to be the fiercest—Daniel, a vampire and Night Guild mage. But even the strongest alliance can be destroyed when an 11,000 year-old desire is reborn...

A vampire's oath, a maiden's quest...

Daniel, vampire and ally of the Warriors of Poseidon, has fought on the side of humanity—even against his fellow creatures of the night—for more than 11,000 years. But the crushing weight of futility and the reality of always being starkly, utterly alone has forced him to finally give into despair. He took the first step into the sunlight that would destroy him—and instead walked into Atlantis.

And the blackest of magic that could consume them both...

Eleven thousand years ago, Serai was one of a group who agreed to be placed into magical stasis to ensure the future of the Atlantean race. When a dark sorceress steals the gemstone that protects her sleeping sisters, she awakens to a vastly changed world—and the one man she could never, ever forget. And with an ancient evil tracking their every step, the long-lost lovers must battle both the darkest of magic and the treacheries of their own hearts.

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Warning: This book contains magic, Atlantis, Poseidon, warriors, bankers, a computer hacker, strong women, hot attraction, vampires, shifters, teleportation, a magic portal, magical gemstones, a tiger, virgin popsicles, danger, passion, kisses, and a happily ever after. Read at your own risk!

Product Details

BN ID: 2940163094943
Publisher: Holliday Publishing, LLC
Publication date: 08/11/2019
Series: Warriors of Poseidon Series
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 395
File size: 529 KB

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Alyssa Day is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of more than forty novels filled with kissing, laughter, mystery and magic. Alyssa’s paranormal series include the Poseidon’s Warriors and Cardinal Witches paranormal romances and the Tiger’s Eye Mysteries paranormal mysteries. In an Alyssa Day book, the good guys (and gals!) always win and happily ever after always prevails!

Alyssa's many awards include Romance Writers of America’s prestigious RITA award for outstanding romance fiction, and the RT Reviewer’s Choice Award for Best Paranormal Romance novel of 2012. She's a recovering trial lawyer who loves life outside of a courtroom. Her books have been translated into a zillion languages but she’s still holding out for Klingon.

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Vampire in Atlantis 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 75 reviews.
KLBooksAZ More than 1 year ago
Between Daniel, Serai & Quinn...I couldn't stop smiling. Daniel and his over-protectivness of Serai. Serai and her first taste of cake in 1000 years, and Quinn for putting up with both of them. LOL Alyssa's characters are so much fun. The bantering, the steamy love scenes, tons of action and adventure and mayhem...all make for another glorious trip to Atlantis that I didn't want to end. Thank goodness I can read it twice! I love all the places you take me, AD! Alaric's story next has got me all kinds of quirky excited, too!!!! Finally <3
harstan More than 1 year ago
Eleven millennia ago when Atlantis sunk beneath the sea, Daniel's life figuratively ended with the death of his beloved Serai. Now the vampiric Night Guild mage is mentally wary and can no longer continue his existence after centuries of fighting his own kind and other evils on the side of the Warriors of Poseidon. He plans to die. However, he is unaware that the leaders lied to him all those thousands of years ago. Instead to save the race, Serai and other chosen maidens were placed in voluntary stasis controlled by the Emperor jewel. The powerful gem was stolen and malevolent beings are deploying it. The jewel's power awakens Serai who encounters her Daniel. Together, they must delay their reunion to recover the Emperor and save the other maidens. The eighth Warriors of Poseidon romantic fantasy (see Atlantis Betrayed, Atlantis Redeemed and Atlantis Unmasked) is a fabulous entry that focuses as much on recapturing the jewel and freeing the maidens as it does the second chance at love between Daniel and Serai. The fast-paced story line contains a strong support cast and is loaded with action, but the tale belongs to the lead couple as they have thousands of years of separation that almost led to a Romeo and Juliet tragedy yet still somewhat delay their bedding for camping as they do what is best for their people. Harriet Klausner
Anonymous 1 days ago
I just found this series this spring. I'm so addicted, I bought them all back to back which I never do. Characters are great, the stories are exciting and stay connected to all the main characters along the way. Can't wait to read the last in this series and on to others ! !
pollywannabook on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
Review courtesy of All Things Urban FantasyIf there was ever a better titled book for me than VAMPIRE IN ATLANTIS, I haven¿t heard it. I¿m obsessed with Plato¿s fabled island (I have an entire section of my bookshelf devoted to books about it) and I live and breath vampires. In Day¿s Warriors of Poseidon series, Atlantis still exists safely under the sea, it¿s warriors charged by Poseidon to protect humanity and recover the stones from his trident to raise Atlantis once again.In VAMPIRE IN ATLANTIS, 90% of the story takes place in Arizona with vampire Daniel and mage Serai searching for a powerful Atlantean stone that Seria is bound to. I did wish that more of the story had taken place in Atlantis, although I¿m sure that¿s true of the previous books. The quest is as much about a second chance at love for Daniel and Seria after lies separated them for millennia, as it was about recovering the stone. They fell sweetly in love once and were torn away from each other. The romance that rekindles when they are reunited displays just how deep that initial love was. There are thankfully very little misunderstanding obstacles to overcome, just insecurity and feelings of unworthiness that I found endearing on both sides. Yes, there are six previous books in this series that I haven¿t read (yet), and yes, there are lots of characters who pop up from those books, but rather than feeling like I was missing crucial back story, I¿m just motivated to go back and read them all (especially Justice¿s story in ATLANTIS UNLEASHED). There are also two other new romances in the book that spark to life, possibly to be further explored in future books. Overall, VAMPIRE IN ATLANTIS is full of strong, fierce warriors to whom honor is a part of their souls. The women they love are no less impressive adding their own strength and courage to the battles they face. Specifically, Daniel and Seria¿s love story is as passionate and romantic as I could hope for. I¿d still like to spend more time in Atlantis, and the story might have had a better pace with a few less side plots and POVs, but I¿m looking forward to the next Warriors of Poseidon book, HEARTS OF ATLANTIS, which will be published on January 3, 2012, and to catching up on the previous books in the meantime.Sexual Content:Several graphic sex/sensuality scenes
DarkFaerieTales on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
Review Courtesy of Dark Faerie Tales Quick & Dirty: Strong characters and great world building draw you in and keep you strapped to your chair, turning pages. Fast paced with notable action and steamy love scenes.Opening Sentence: Daniel looked out at the sea of red eyes glaring back at him in the vast oak-and-marble chamber of the Primus and wondered, not for the first time, why the hell he¿d ever wanted to be the ruler of the North American Vampires.Review:I have been waiting on Daniel¿s story since he was first introduced in Atlantis Rising. I knew that he would have an interesting story. I love Daniel and his struggle to do the right thing even though he is a vampire in a world where being a vampire means you are evil. Daniel has continually stepped up and helped the Warriors of Poseidon, Quinn and her rebels many times, even at the risk of outing himself. Vampire in Atlantis tells Daniel¿s much-anticipated story. We learn how he became a vampire and the reasons behind why he fights so hard to retain his humanity.Day¿s world building continues in Vampire in Atlantis as she takes us back 11,000 years to Atlantis just before the events transpire to sink it beneath the sea. I was drawn into the story that Day tells of a young, hardworking blacksmith apprentice and the beautiful young maiden that he falls in love with, and the terrible events that pull them apart.At the start of the book, Daniel has had enough with his loneliness and despair and decides that he wants to face his true death. As he watches the sun rise he is drawn to Atlantis just as Serai is trying to escape. Startled, the two realize that the other is still alive. They embark on a journey to save Serai and her sister maidens, whom remain in stasis. The relationship between the two grows and you can see how they fell in love all those years ago.I love Alyssa Day and her world filled with strong alpha warriors and stronger female characters. Vampire in Atlantis is no different from the previous six books in that regard. Daniel protects Serai and helps her find the Emperor and regain herself after being locked in stasis for 11,000 years. Serai helps Daniel see his own self worth and to see the good in the things that he has accomplished when he only sees the horrors that he has committed. Serai was a little weak to me in the beginning. She whined and at times seemed a bit childish. I expected her to be stronger to match Daniel¿s fierceness. After learning of her ordeal I am a bit more sympathetic to her and when the time came she took charge and became the strong female character that I have come to expect from Day. Both characters grow throughout the book and emerge on the other side stronger and better for it.All the other Warriors of Poseidon make appearances in the story. I was disappointed with Conlan and the other warriors in their actions toward Serai and Daniel, even after all that they themselves had been through with their own mates. Day also hints at a possible relationship between Reisen and a gothic computer whiz named Melody. I look forward to seeing more of the two of them in future books as well as the most anticipated relationship between Quinn and Alaric.Overall, I enjoyed Daniel and Serai¿s story. Vampire in Atlantis is fast paced with lots of action as Daniel, the Atlantean warriors, and their allies fight to protect mankind. Once again, I was sucked into the world that Day created and lost track of time. If you want to escape reality for a while, Vampire in Atlantis is a must.Notable Scene:¿Stand back, female, or face my wrath,¿ Serai declared in English, holding her hands out to her side in the ready position.Quinn¿s mouth fell open, and the impudent woman began to laugh. At Serai. Anger heated up, became rage.¿Seriously? Face my Wrath?¿ Quinn shook her head. ¿Daniel, where did you get her? Melodrama R Us?¿Serai¿s face flushed. It had sounded a little over the top even as she said it, but she wasn¿t exactly experienced at facing down hum
A_S_Johnson_author on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
Nice plot, strong characters, interesting twists, and an overall great read.
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TheElizabethP More than 1 year ago
New to Vampire stories. Interesting.
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niah More than 1 year ago
excellent read
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