A warrior scarred.... A descendant of Diana.... When two worlds collide.... Atlantis is unmasked. Alexios survived two years of unspeakable torture at the hands of a vampire goddess. Now he's been ordered to team up with a beautiful warrior and take on the most dangerous mission of his life: to retrieve the Vampire's Bane. Without it, Atlantis can't ascend to the surface and take its rightful place in the world. But when evil threatens, will Alexios be led by duty - or his heart? Grace is part of the rebellion against the vampires and shape-shifters trying to take over her world. She is deadly with her bow, because when she takes aim, she never misses her target. But suddenly she's focused on a damaged Atlantean warrior who sees her as a weapon, not as a woman. When thousands of lives are on the line, will passion overrule, or will her aim be true?
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©2009 Alyssa Day (P)2011 Tantor
"Day utilizes a nice blend of action, character building and sexy sensuality in all her books. A terrific escape from reality." (Romantic Times)
I spin my own wool and knit. Listening to audiobooks while I craft is one of my favorite things. I'm hooked.
I've been following this series since Book 1, and they should definately be listened to in order. I enjoyed this installment. The story is entertaining, if a bit formulaic. There is violence, and there is descriptive sex, but not so much as to overwhelm the story, and some graphic language. Those who might be offended by this should not buy the book. Such things don't bother me so long as they fit into the story (not just sex for sexes sake) and/or fit the characters involved. I like the narrator Joshua Swanson to a point. While narrating the story itself, he does a good job. He even does a decent job of the female characters. But when he speaks in the voice of the Atlantean males, he just overplays it. They come across sounding heroic in an almost cartoonish fashion (for those of you old enough, think Dudley Dooright). While I found this somewhat annoying, it certainly didn't ruin the book for me. All in all, it was a fun read.
That the herione saw beyound the scars to the soul of the man.
Yes, and he is a great narrator. Did a really good job with this one.
This is a must listen. If you liked the first three books, you'll love this one!
I haven't read the print version so i really can't compare
As with her other books all characters are favorites
I'm sure Joshua Swanson is a great narrator in other books but he's a bit dramatic for this series
It's a great book beginning to end as is the whole series
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