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Atlantis Betrayed (Warriors of Poseidon #6)

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Another Warriors of Poseidon novel for romance lovers to dive into...
What could Christophe, powerful Warrior of Poseidon, have in common with Fiona Campbell, the notorious jewel thief known as the Scarlet Ninja? Answer: The Siren, a legendary Crown Jewel that Fiona has targeted for her next heist. It's said to be worth millions, but to Christophe it's invaluable. For the
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Published September 1st 2010 by Berkley Books
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Laura the Highland Hussy
"Jack the Ripper must have been a vampire.

What a great first line. I was hooked.

This book is a quick and fabulous read about her studly Warriors of Poseidon. Here we have Christophe, our bad boy warrior, who while trying to retrieve an aquamarine that belongs in Poseidon's trident, meets the Scarlet Ninja. The Scarlet Ninja is a modern-day Robin Hood figure who robs from the rich and gives to the poor of London. But why is the Scarlet Ninja needed at all?

All of her Warriors of Poseidon books are
I am going to try and stop with the long winded reviews. Let's see how that works for me...

I have had Atlantis Betrayed on the TBR pile for a while now, but I never seemed that anxious to read it. I firmly blame the red red cover. It didn't fit the rest of the series and sort of turned me away from the book. Too bad, since once I actually started I really liked it.

This one may be my favorite of the series. Everything seemed to just work for me. The tortured Christophe is a bad boy, but in a goo
Ronda  Tutt
Fantasticly Hot Story! Each book Alyssa Day does gets better and better as she gets closer to ending this series.

I loved christophe the Posiedon Warrior and his sexy as hell charm. Of course his mate Lady Fiona the Scarlet Ninja was the perfect woman for him. The chemistry between them was so hot. Actually throughout the whole book it had the best Erotica scenes that I couldn't help but get excited myself. I loved the humor they shared and the Happy Ever After ending was great and had me smiling
Vanessa theJeepDiva
This installment in the Warriors of Poseidon series left something lacking. Christophe & Fiona's relationship was just a little too smooth. There was absolutely no pursuit. Christophe & Hopkin’s banter was awesome. The action was not nearly as exciting as the previous books. There was a ton of conflict build up then it just kind of fizzled away. I also was severely disappointed as to where Denal went with this book. I guess this is going to be the way he matures & becomes a wounded w ...more
Atlantian warrior Christophe, up for a challenge to relieve the boredom of killing vamps, plans on milking his assignment to retrieve The Siren, another of the gems needed before Atlantis can rise. On a scouting expedition in preparation for stealing the jewel from the Tower of London, Christophe crosses paths and wits and is bested by the notorious Scarlet Ninja - aka Fiona Campbell - who also has plans to acquire the treasure. But when someone else accomplishes the theft ahead of them, the pai ...more
Atlantis Betrayed is the story about Christophe and Fiona.
Christoph was sent to London to get another gem for Poseidon's Trident, the Siren.
As he was in the museum, where the Sword of William the Conquerer is, he mets Fiona, who will also steal the Siren

At the begin I was really close to skip the book. I thought,
I'm in the wrong movie ehm book. It remembers me at the action figure Lara Croft (with Angelina Jolie), who is also a Lady, lives in a mansion, has this special butler, a brother and an
Laurie Garrison
This is my favorite book so far in this series. Alyssa Day’s Warriors are hot and they charm their way right into your heart. This series is quickly becoming my favorite series, you don’t get a huge lot of new characters in each book and at least the villains are not always the same. Alyssa keeps things fresh and full of action. If you haven’t tried this series yet, please do, the first books are slim on the heat, but they get better as you keep going. Each book also brings you deeper into these ...more
Rebecca (everyday reader)
Christophe is the loose cannon of the Seven because of his horrid childhood and as a result has never allowed love in any form in. Fiona has an super-hero-like-alter ego because of wrongs in her family's past. He has more power than they all thought, including Alaric, and she is a Seelie Court Fae royalty descendant. They meet and fireworks go off and they end up in bed together the first day. The Fae play a large part of this story, as well as betrayal, partnership, and new allies. Great read!!
Lynsey A
Despite my dislike of Christophe from earlier books I ended up enjoying his story. He actually became quite likable and was very charming. There were some cute scenes in the book.

I think this is one of the better ones in this series.

Another great read from Alyssa Day. Her Warriors of Poseidon consistently give a good read with lots of action, interesting characters, and a well crafted world.

The hero this time round is Christophe [who the reader has occasionally wanted to slap and various characters have grown steadily more concerned about] over the last several books. He's been sent to steal one of the Crown Jewels from the Tower of London [it's one of the Trident Jewels] and seems to be rather bored with the task - until h
Atlantis Betrayed by Alyssa Day
Paranormal Romance- Sep 7th 2010
5 stars

I loved Atlantis Betrayed! It is definitely my new favorite in Alyssa Day’s Warriors of Poseidon series. The hero is super hot and heroine is more than a match for him!

Lady Fiona is the notorious Scarlet Ninja, a famous thief. And her new target the Siren. The large jewel set in the sword of William the Conquer. Unfortunately, it is locked done under the tight security of the Tower of London . While she is casing the Tower
OMG, this series has been quite a ride. I'm so in love with all the characters at this point that I just know I found one more fav. The world building is terrific, you get to read about shifters, faeries, witches & sorcerers, vampires, gods & goddesses, and our amazing warriors of Poseidon. What not to like about it? Also you get a different perspective of the paranormal world as the creatures in it are almost not good at all, mostly villains except for some exceptions in every spices. B ...more
Kathy Davie
Sixth in the Warriors of Poseidon paranormal romance series revolving around the elite guard of the Crown Prince of Atlantis. The couple focus is on Christophe and Lady Fiona Campbell. The jewel of interest is the Siren.

My Take
This was an improvement over the last one! Although, to be fair, it could simply be the change of location that has pepped things up.

It was pretty stupid to just reconnoiter and not take the damn sword, although it does provide all sorts of action for the story… I did enj
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Tanya Wires
I love Alyssa's world of Atlantis. I look forward to all her books because I know the story is going to continue and can be part of that make believe world. I'm going to be really sad when the adventure ends. I know they all have to end or else they become routine...kind of like Christine Feehan's Carpathian series. I enjoyed it for a while but then it kinda got old. Christophe and Fiona were a fun read. I like all the humor Alyssa throws in that makes you just laugh out Alaric. I am ...more
I enjoyed reading this book. It had a great storyline and it was really captivating. I wasn't that thrilled with the romance part of the book. I think they started off way too fast. I really wasn't able to get a feel for the romance; so it was just okay. What I really loved about this book was that I didn't have to start reading the entire series to get a feel for the characters. Sometimes you have to do that, but this book was able to stand on its own. Fun read.
This was my least favourites of the series. I just didn't find it as interesting. The plot advancement was slow and then when it hit a really interesting point the scene was over in a blink, then you had to plod along for quite a long time until the next good scene but don't blink because it will disappear too.

I was also very disappointed with Denal's part in this book. There should have been much more than a paragraph about that whole debacle. We've all come to adore this "youngling" warrior s
Missy Jane
Another great installment in the Warriors of Poseidon series. My only complaint is yet another heroine with unrealistic expectations of herself. If I was surrounded by vampires or enraged shapeshifters and the big, strong Atlantean warrior asked me to run away, I would. Just sayin'. However it all worked out in the end so I guess that's okay.
great characters. The writing has gotten so much better (the wrong word or words so the sentence doesn't make sense). Lots of action in this book. Fiona is the kind of woman Christophe needs. Funny.
For Atlantis to rise again a variety of gems with special powers are needed and while a few have been collected and are safe in Atlantis, there are still a few in danger of falling into the wrong hands. Christophe is sent to London to retrieve the Siren, which happens to be an invaluable English crown jewel as well. While trying to steal the Siren Christophe runs into the Scarlet Ninja, aka Lady Fiona Campbell, a modern day Robin Hood who is a children’s book author by day and a highly skilled t ...more
In one word to sum up this installment BEAUTIFUL!!!

This book is wonderful you can really tell the author loves Christophe in the way she writes his story, such depth and feeling and vunerability and strength.

When I first picked this book up I wasnt to worried what would happen as I have never loved Chrisophe as a character although I did find him interesting in other titles from this series.

I really thought this novel would be a filler till the next installment well I was amazingly shocked to
Barb Lie
“Atlantis Betrayed” is the sixth book (plus two novellas) in Alyssa Day’s Warriors of the Poseidon series. As I continue through Warriors of Poseidon, I noticed that I was pleasantly surprised by the last two books. In “Atlantis Betrayed” I figured that streak was over, as I totally disliked Christophe. Boy was I wrong…I loved him in this book, loved him with Fiona…and I think he is now my favorite…just goes to show that until you read their stories….you will never know.

Christophe has from the
Lady Fiona Campbell has a dark secret: she is the famous thief the Scarlett Ninja. She managed to keep it a secret, but then she crossed paths with Christope, a mysterious and gorgeous man. And they want the same thing: Siren , a precious jewel. For Fiona it was just a job, for Christope it was more.

Christope is a warrior of Poseidon and he needs the Siren so that Atlantis can rise to the surface. But they aren't the only who want it. And before either of them could steal it, a vampire gets it.
Mar 06, 2012 Amyiw rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Paranormal Romance fans
Shelves: sent-send, x-2012
After "Atlantis Redeemed", I almost didn't read on in the series. That book was idiotic with a single plot line and ineffectual hero/heroines, that go into and reacted stupidly. Worse the characters seemed to have forced chemistry. This book was the complete opposite, yea!

Christophe was definitely not one of my favorite characters in the previous books but this book turns that around. She gets into Christophe's character and you immediately want to know more. But then you are put into his missio
I’ve read numerous blog posts, newsletters, etc. about how interesting Christophe’s character was to both Alyssa Day and the readers of this series. I was always surprised at this because Christophe interested me about as much as watching grass grow. He just never did it for me. I found his surliness to be childish. I didn’t find his lack of maturity endearing. The complete opposite in fact. I wanted Alaric to kick Christophe’s ass. Oh the arrogance. Please, for the love of Atlantis someone take ...more
Oh, hey there, c-word, I didn't see you coming... You should warn a girl next time! Firstly, I must point out that I am not a prude whatsoever, I don't mind a little dirty talk now and then. But I don't think dropping that word during the act of "foreplay" is very sexy, especially toward a woman who has never tried talking dirty, EVER. What girl wants to hear "Imma put my mouth on your c---" the very first time you're with a guy? Not very many... This scene threw me out of the story so much it t ...more
Lisa Jo
When you have two individuals after the same prize, sparks are bound to fly! Such is the case in Day’s 8th installment in the Warriors of Poseidon series. This is an outstanding paranormal series and the latest installment Atlantis Betrayed shows the series is still going strong!

Christophe is the rouge warrior...always refusing to fall into line. Well now he’s in London trying to sneak into the heavily guarded Tower of London to steal The Siren, an item among the Crown Jewels. He doesn’t expect

Another spine tingling adventure of the warriors of Poseidon!

Moving away from disparity and tons of character angst, Atlantis Betrayed's tone is full of mischief and cockiness. Atlantis' resident "Bad Boy" Christophe is just itching for a little more adventurous endeavors. Slaying vampires and shifters for centuries has become mundane. So much so that his deeply rooted animosity towards the human race is may reach a fevered pitch; putting Colin and Alaric on edge. That is until a certain cat b
Jen (That's What I'm Talking About)
In the sixth full-length book (and eight installment) of the Warriors of Poseidon series by Alyssa Day, we journey to London. This is the first book that is set outside of the US and away from the on-going and familiar vampire versus human rebels story arc, and it was a refreshing change of pace. This isn’t quite Ms. Day’s typical Poseidon story, but has a lot of familiar similarities. Although it primarily centers on Fiona and Christophe’s story and leaves out most of the on-going story arc, we ...more
An author’s true talent comes through in not what is being written, but how. Are there subplots generated throughout the book, and does everything comes together in the end? Details are also important…a simple look, the arch of an eyebrow, etc. can make all the difference to the moment. Especially when building a surrounding scene. Can you see the colors, feel the breeze…experience the heat in a moment of passion? Alyssa Day is such an author. You forget your reading as the scenes come to life. ...more
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Alyssa Day is the pen name (and dark and tortured alter ego) of RITA award-winning author Alesia Holliday. She is a multiple finalist in the prestigious RITA awards for excellence in romance fiction and has won several awards for her novels.

ATLANTIS RISING was the first of Alyssa's Warriors of Poseidon novels for Berkley Publishing, and was featured on the cover of the March, 2007, issue of Roman
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