Iaha is a half-human daughter of Greek god Poseidon. Shedd Collins is an Englishman searching for an Atlantis-like lost city. The couple are drawn together from the moment they meet and Iaha decides to help Shedd in his search leading them both into an adventure beyond their imagination.
This was an enjoyable story with solid characters and well written dialogue. The erotic scenes fit seemlessly into the plot and the mythical world was extremely believable.
I felt like I really knew the two main characters and the plot was wonderful with unique twists and turns. I was a little disappointed not to get deeper into Gasby and Ra’s relationship so I’m looking forward to their story.
Another enjoyable read. I loved the witty exchanges between the main characters in this story. Over all I think this would have worked better as a longer novel then focus would not have been so much on the erotic scenes but on character and story-line.
This was a fun anthology and I enjoyed the interconnecting stories. I would have loved to see each story developed as a stand-alone perhaps in a series, leading to more development of the characters and the myth or legends involved in the plots. There was nothing objectionable in these shorter reads I just feel it would have benefitted if each sister had her own novel.
Reviewer: Theresa Joseph
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