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A poet-turned-warrior. A Fae princess. Hating each other but forced to team up...did I mention the dragon? Welcome to May in Atlantis!! Poet-turned-warrior Gabriel has sworn a blood oath to kill every Fae he encounters, after one of the worst of the Dark Fae lords killed his brother while Gabe was frivolously wasting his time reading poetry to adoring fans. When the battle- A poet-turned-warrior. A Fae princess. Hating each other but forced to team up...did I mention the dragon? Welcome to May in Atlantis!! Poet-turned-warrior Gabriel has sworn a blood oath to kill every Fae he encounters, after one of the worst of the Dark Fae lords killed his brother while Gabe was frivolously wasting his time reading poetry to adoring fans. When the battle-scarred woman tumbles out of the demon dimension into Atlantis, he's inexplicably drawn to her ... until he learns she's a Fae princess. Erielle barely escaped the Summerlands with her life when one of the High Lords set his sights on making her his captive. After a dangerous year that felt like eternity trapped in the demon dimension, she's finally managed to find her way home--except the demon she forced to enter the portal deceived her, and she landed in the middle of Atlantis ... in the reach of a beautiful but feral warrior who immediately tries to kill her. When Erielle learns that her little brother followed her into the demon dimension and may be a prisoner of the very Fae lord who she has sworn to kill, she knows she must return. When Gabe discovers that the villain who tortured and nearly enslaved Erielle is the same one who killed his brother, he knows he must go with her. Atlantean and Fae, teaming up to face the demon realm. Will they learn to work together? Can such fierce hatred ever turn to something far different, possibly even to love? Can they even survive? Warning: This book includes Atlantean warriors, Fae princesses, dark lords, a castle, the demon dimension, a dragon shifter, an ambassador, a wizard, a little brother, poetry, kissing, magic, and true love. Read at your own risk!


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A poet-turned-warrior. A Fae princess. Hating each other but forced to team up...did I mention the dragon? Welcome to May in Atlantis!! Poet-turned-warrior Gabriel has sworn a blood oath to kill every Fae he encounters, after one of the worst of the Dark Fae lords killed his brother while Gabe was frivolously wasting his time reading poetry to adoring fans. When the battle- A poet-turned-warrior. A Fae princess. Hating each other but forced to team up...did I mention the dragon? Welcome to May in Atlantis!! Poet-turned-warrior Gabriel has sworn a blood oath to kill every Fae he encounters, after one of the worst of the Dark Fae lords killed his brother while Gabe was frivolously wasting his time reading poetry to adoring fans. When the battle-scarred woman tumbles out of the demon dimension into Atlantis, he's inexplicably drawn to her ... until he learns she's a Fae princess. Erielle barely escaped the Summerlands with her life when one of the High Lords set his sights on making her his captive. After a dangerous year that felt like eternity trapped in the demon dimension, she's finally managed to find her way home--except the demon she forced to enter the portal deceived her, and she landed in the middle of Atlantis ... in the reach of a beautiful but feral warrior who immediately tries to kill her. When Erielle learns that her little brother followed her into the demon dimension and may be a prisoner of the very Fae lord who she has sworn to kill, she knows she must return. When Gabe discovers that the villain who tortured and nearly enslaved Erielle is the same one who killed his brother, he knows he must go with her. Atlantean and Fae, teaming up to face the demon realm. Will they learn to work together? Can such fierce hatred ever turn to something far different, possibly even to love? Can they even survive? Warning: This book includes Atlantean warriors, Fae princesses, dark lords, a castle, the demon dimension, a dragon shifter, an ambassador, a wizard, a little brother, poetry, kissing, magic, and true love. Read at your own risk!

30 review for May in Atlantis

  1. 4 out of 5

    Theresa

    This had a delayed publication due to some editing problems, then once I was able to read it all I think is that it was too short. May is not a short month, but this is hardly worth the wait. I love this series, but this was not worthy of the Warriors. Gabriel is a poet working in the archives who gets drafted into Denal’s Dozen by Poseidon. Erielle is a Fae Princess who’s been trapped in the demon world for a year. They fall in love and rescue her brother from the demons. Now, how long until we This had a delayed publication due to some editing problems, then once I was able to read it all I think is that it was too short. May is not a short month, but this is hardly worth the wait. I love this series, but this was not worthy of the Warriors. Gabriel is a poet working in the archives who gets drafted into Denal’s Dozen by Poseidon. Erielle is a Fae Princess who’s been trapped in the demon world for a year. They fall in love and rescue her brother from the demons. Now, how long until we get June in Atlantis? Footnote: 1) I must be getting used to more meat in my books from other series I read. Fave scene: Gabriel talking about ‘the Cloud’.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Nancy Bodie

    Enjoyed This was a quick read that was fun to listen to, (using the text to speech option.) The characters in this series are so vivid and well-written that even though it's been many months since last diving into this world I was able to jump back in and to follow the storyline without have to re-read the previous titles. Enjoyed This was a quick read that was fun to listen to, (using the text to speech option.) The characters in this series are so vivid and well-written that even though it's been many months since last diving into this world I was able to jump back in and to follow the storyline without have to re-read the previous titles.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Carolyn Jenkins

    A Match Made in Hell Gabriel is an Atlantian port whose brother was killed by a Fae. Estella is a Fae. How can love develop between these two? Only a mission to the Demon Demension can do it. I just wish the story was longer.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Malissa

    I can't give these anymore than a 3 star rating. They are too short, do not contain much of an actual novel story line. These are simply short novelles. They are fun, but not much substance to them. Looking for a quick read these are right up that alley. I can't give these anymore than a 3 star rating. They are too short, do not contain much of an actual novel story line. These are simply short novelles. They are fun, but not much substance to them. Looking for a quick read these are right up that alley.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Lois Alston

    Great Atlantis story Trusting in others to help you out in a tough situation. Love at first sight even when you thought you would hate.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Joanne

    May In Atlantis An Atlantis Poet Warrior and a Fae Princess set out to rescue her brother from another dimension. Another great adventure in the series.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Marty Tool

    Very fast read, but a complete story. Good characters in Ms Day's Atlantian world, always a joy to revisit. Very fast read, but a complete story. Good characters in Ms Day's Atlantian world, always a joy to revisit.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Connie

    An very nice read.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Amy

    This. Was. Horrid.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Michelle the Romance Witch

    um ok that was super short but i liked it. Looking forward to the next one when it finally comes though.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Denise

    Loved it! Revenge is sweet when love is in the air. They're both out for revenge but everything doesn't turn out quite as expected. It's a real page turner. Loved it! Revenge is sweet when love is in the air. They're both out for revenge but everything doesn't turn out quite as expected. It's a real page turner.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Rebecca Worley

    very quick cute read.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Theresa O'Brien

    Another new recruit to 'Denal's Deadbeats' or as some may have termed them 'Poseidon's Rejects.I love the premise of a group of ragtag 'outsiders' can be better than perceived. Look at the Magnificent Seven, the Dirty Dozen and for those of a certain age Garrison's Guerrillas. This is definitely the case here as each one so far has had their own daemons to overcome, not to mention the ones they meet as they battle their way to happiness.The joy with these stories is you are getting the low down Another new recruit to 'Denal's Deadbeats' or as some may have termed them 'Poseidon's Rejects.I love the premise of a group of ragtag 'outsiders' can be better than perceived. Look at the Magnificent Seven, the Dirty Dozen and for those of a certain age Garrison's Guerrillas. This is definitely the case here as each one so far has had their own daemons to overcome, not to mention the ones they meet as they battle their way to happiness.The joy with these stories is you are getting the low down on each individual scarred, wounded beautiful souls.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Tonnie Gustafson

  15. 5 out of 5

    Robyn

  16. 5 out of 5

    Jill Purinton

  17. 5 out of 5

    Judy

  18. 5 out of 5

    Ana Santos

  19. 5 out of 5

    sian sheedy

  20. 5 out of 5

    Tina Gunther

  21. 5 out of 5

    Cheryl Hutchins

  22. 4 out of 5

    takori

  23. 5 out of 5

    Elana Barth

  24. 5 out of 5

    Dani C. (Paulette's Papers)

  25. 4 out of 5

    Heidi Z

  26. 5 out of 5

    Heather Barnes

  27. 4 out of 5

    Gina Garcia

  28. 5 out of 5

    Amy

  29. 5 out of 5

    Wendy Adair

  30. 4 out of 5

    Deborah

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