Justice has been imprisoned in the Void
by the vampire Anubis for months. His humanity and
willingness to fight is almost gone. The only bright light
in the world of complete darkness are his dreams and visions
of his chosen one. Half Atlantean and half Nereid,
Justice’s rage is held in check while in the Void, but he
craves freedom. With the help of another soul in the Void,
Justice decides to fight his way to Atlantis. However, the
only way to pass through the Void to Atlantis is through
death. Praying for the brave man who released him, Justice
can’t help the bitterness and fury he feels. Seeing the
only person his heart beats for, he grabs her and
Keely McDermott is an archeologist.
She also is somewhat of a psychic. Able to read and have
visions of anything she touches, Keely wears gloves at all
times and never touches an object without bracing herself
first. She knows she is a freak - at least that is what her
folks think, but Keely just wants to be left alone to
discover the past. Finding a hand carved wooden fish years
ago, Keely wears it around her neck because it gives her
comfort and possibly shows her future with a blue haired
warrior that is the sexiest man she has ever seen.
Atlantis Unleashed is
nothing like I expected, but exactly what I wanted.
Keely’s gift or it could be a curse, saved Justice from an
existence none can imagine. Their seemingly fated romance
was a vision both unconsciously saw and ultimately
surrendered to. And oh, how they surrendered! Justice, in
all of his blue haired glory, is truly a loyal and worthy
warrior and brother to the Atlantean king. He and Keely
together make sparks fly – even under the water!
I can’t put to words just how thrilling the Atlantean world
is. With subtle but almost magical intuition, Alyssa Day
draws her audience into this enchanting world.
Atlantis Unleashed is impossible to put down – I
found myself riveted from beginning to end.