As a fan of the Warriors of Poseidon series, I was looking forward to reading Atlantis Betrayed and I wasn't disappointed. I don't know if it is any one thing that I enjoy about the books. It could be the mix of different mythologies, the irresistible force meeting immovable objects personified in the main characters that provides a good give and take as well as humor. It could also be the good versus evil fight represented by the warriors and vampires, respectively, with the shifters caught somewhere in between, and the Fae being themselves, which could be dangerous in and of itself to either everyone or no one.
While a combination of those characteristics is common throughout the series, each book is unique in its own way. In Atlantis Betrayed, there is Christophe and Fiona. Christophe is on the edge, so he goes looking for the Siren when asked and meets Fiona - who is after the same thing. The duo butt heads over certain details, yet team up so that the gem does not wind up falling into the wrong hands. The Fae may or may not be helpful, quite possibly not since these particular members are of the Unseelie court. Adding fuel to that particular fire is the fact that Christophe has issues with the Fae as well.
I enjoyed reading the book and would recommend it, along with the rest of the series, to anyone who likes to spend a few hours with a good, relaxing (maybe *wink*) read. I look forward to reading more of the series in the future.
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 Siren also happens to be one of the missing jewels from Poseidon's trident. But breaking into the Tower of London is a two-person job, and Christophe and Fiona must team up to commit the crime of the century.