This series continues to be great to read. I find it crazy how different each book has been yet tied together. Occasional characters from previous books pop up but other than that that's about it. They are a major roll. The common link seems to be the portal between Atlantis and the human world. This book was slow to grab my interest at first (possibly my own fault. Sometimes I can't focus LOL) but so much stuff happened in the home stretch. I don't think I've ever read a book who's happily ever after held out that long. Plus the added bonus of a second happily ever after that got thrown in the mix. Not to mention a centuries old rivalry that got solved in a matter of minutes. It was more like a sort peace chat with a side of sword fight.
All and all it was a good read. Everything just happened all at once with a great lead into book 4.
Which I am looking forward too:)
The Nymph King by Gena Showalter
Enter a world of dark seduction and powerful magic . . . enter Atlantis . . .
Females young and old, beautiful and plain crave Valerian’s touch. None can resist his blatant sensuality and potent allure . . . until he steals Shaye Holling from a Florida beach and holds her prisoner in his underwater kingdom.
The cynical Shaye wants nothing to do with the mighty warlord, but she’s inexplicably drawn to him. For underneath the warrior’s arrogant beauty lies a complex and powerful man. A man whose caress is like fire . . .
Now Valerian must fight for the privilege of claiming her as his own. Because there’s one thing Shaye doesn’t know . . .
I give this book 4 chocolate dipped strawberries and scuba gear for Shaye and Brenna.