Of Triton (Of Poseidon #2)
As if that’s not bad enough, her mother’s reappearance among the Syren...more
This sequel takes place right where Of Poseidon left off. Nalia, Emmas mom, is on the run thinking that Galen is trying to arrest her for killing his brother Grom. When Grom and Nalia come face to face for the first time in many many years their love is instantly rekindled. This isn't all fun and games though, Grom is already mated and with Emma being a Ha...more
Nothing beats a hot summer read like a well written undersea romance. Every summer reading list should have at least one book on it that contains mermaids and an exciting undersea mythology. OF TRITON should be on your lists. Like with Of Poseidon, Anna Banks delivers another fabulous read with Of Triton. With it's snark, sizzling romance, and characters who spring to life, I couldn't help but fall in love with the world and mythology she's created, all over again....more
This story begins with Emma's mother Nalia running from and then reunitin...more
Ok I want to start with what I liked about Of Triton. For starters, I liked the fast paced plot that would keep me guessing what would hap...more
What did I like about the book you say. For starters the...more
Like, ohmysweetgoodness! I seriously do not have any idea how I am going to wait this long for this book. I mean, I think I freaked out for about 10-15 minutes after I finished the first book!
The plot is the best part of the book. Moving and adventurous, the plot steers the reader to a vivid world colored by madness. Emma is taking chances to save the ones she loves. Not all goes well. There are betrayals, secrets and yes, somebody dies!!! It all comes down to a very intense, very emotional read that I enjoyed very much.
The love interest moves in a good direction. It seems though, in the b...more
When Of Triton begins, Emma's life is in an upheaval, and she's not happy about it. As the only half-blood Syrena alive, she is realizing just how alone she is in the world. Her human father is dead, as...more
This is one of the rare occasions that I did not re-read the first book in the series before diving back in, so I was worried that I might have forgotten some of the main points from when I read Of Poseidon last year. I remembered most of the story, but not the little details. I was happy to find that Of Triton picks up where the first book left off and is quick to recap and ge...more
I have a confession to make: I didn't like Of Poseidon.
So why did I bother reading the sequel? Honestly, I have no idea. I didn't like the first book because I thought the plot was too light and the main character was too cute.But I am so glad I read Of Triton!From first page to the last, I was engrossed in the story.There were so many changes, or should I say improvements to the story in general.
But the story is still told in 1st person POV of Emma...more
Last year, I read Of Poseidon, the first book in this series. While I enjoyed the many laughs that the spunky main character, Emma, provided, there was one thing that did bother me. That one thing was the dynamic between Galen’s sister, Rayna, and his best friend, Toraf. The arranged marriage aspect just wasn’t my cup of tea, especially considering the way it was enacted. Thankfully, things seemed to have improved. We’ll just say that...more
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In OF TRITON Anna Banks picks up with Emma and Galen right where OF POSEIDON left off, and oy nelly, what a cliff hanger I thought that was!
Immediately, we have action and a chase because Emma’s mother doesn’t trust the Syrena and she is dragging Emma along in the hopes of protecting her. I loved the fast pace in the beginning and how we still get to see moments of explanation from Emma’s mother. We find out about...more
If you have not read Of Poseidon, please, DO NOT READ THE SUMMARY. NOT EVEN THE FIRST SENTENCE. This is the reason why I NEVER read summaries or reviews. Yup. I buy a book just by knowing the genre and the title. This review will not contain spoilers of the first book whatsoever. After the shocking revelation in the first book, and the mean cliff hanger, Of Triton continues on with more action packed, and under the water scenes which I really enjoyed! We also...more
Emma definitely matures a lot in Of Triton, and her relationship with Galen becomes a lot stronger than the first. I fell in love with Galen all over again in this book. Emma and Galen's romance felt so real. They were both wri...more
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Of Triton starts off right where Of Poseidon ended. Emma is taken by her mom, running away from Galen. Galen and Tora...more
My largest complaint about this book is that I felt that it read like a first draft- I understand that I did read an ARC and therefore there may b...more
Of Triton really just picks right up where Of Poseidon left off, albeit with some overblown dramatics. Emma's mother, the newly discovered lost Princess, panics and not only goes ninja warrior ass on all of them, but ferrets Emma out of there as quickly as she can. She's convinced that th...more
The story essentially picks up exactly where Of Poseidon left off. With Galen's grand revelation and the outcome that comes...more
Once I dove into Of Triton I was right back there with Emma and her confusing life. She just found out that her mom is a Poseidon Princess. Except now her mom wants to run because too many people know about her. Emma doesn’t want to leave Galen but what choice does she have? She’s her mother!
Emma and her mom are on the run for about 50 pages...more
I want to begin with talking about the cover. The cover of Of Triton is gorgeous! Really, really gorgeous. I love it so m...more
Galen annoyed me. He was struggling with responsibility a...more
Now I indulge my tendency to lie by writing the lies down and selling them to publishers. Well actually my agent does that. One of my lies is called OF POSEIDON. The sequel is called OF TRITON.
And um. I also wr...more