By Alyssa Day
11 thousand years in the past, earlier than the seas swallowed the Atlanteans, Poseidon assigned a couple of selected warriors to behave as sentinels for people within the new international. there has been just one rule-desiring them was once forbidden. yet ideas have been made to be broken... whilst she calls... Riley Dawson is greater than a committed Virginia seashore social employee. She's blessed with a brain hyperlink that in basic terms Atlanteans were capable of entry for hundreds of thousands of years. Being an "empath" might clarify her wistful connection to the roiling waves of the sea, the sanctuary it offers, and the sexual urges that appear to emanate from fathoms below... he'll come. Conlan, the excessive Prince of Atlantis, has surfaced on a challenge to retrieve Poseidon's stolen trident. but whatever else has possessed Conlan: the intimate emotions-and desires-of a human. Irresistibly attracted to the uncanny attractiveness, Conlan quickly stocks greater than his brain. yet in the middle of a conflict to reclaim Poseidon's energy, how lengthy can a forbidden love final among diverse souls from assorted worlds?
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His gaze swung to the woman crouched down in the sand, hands still up to defend herself from the bastards who'd attacked her. In the midst of it all, she'd spared the energy to respond to his madness. He would smash them for her. Drive the water to strip the flesh from their bones. Enjoy every last minute of it. "No! What are you? Stop! " she screamed up at him, defiant still, in spite of the terror she projected. Beyond reason, beyond compassion, he raised his arms again, then slashed them down, commanding the wall of water to crash down on the shore.
Who are you, and how are you in my mind? You can quit with the ordering me around thing, too, buster. I know self-defense. " Her voice. It was lyrical, sensuous, music lilting into his ears and resonating through his body. Playing him like delicate fingers on the strings of a harp. His body tightened, straining. Her body quivered with indignation, yet the emotion she still broadcast confessed the truth. She knew they would have put a big, bad hurt on her. The emotion. Somehow, he kept losing track of the unexpected, unprecedented, unbe-fucking-lievable fact that she was broadcasting emotion.
He'd still been training at the academy when Conlan had… gone away. Before Conlan could speak, Ven's voice rang out again. "Are you going to clue me in on what you were thinking? Were you even thinking at all? These men are sworn to protect you, even to die for you. " Ven snorted, disgust written all over his face. " Somebody gasped. Conlan inclined his head, acknowledging the solid body blow. If he'd waited for sufficient warriors when he'd chased Anubisa back into her lair, maybe he'd… No. Hindsight was for losers.