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Were they destined to be enemies? Or to bridge the gap between their two races and bring peace to a world gone mad? Sentinel Raen knew the intruder needed air, but his body was of a different mind when Cassie clung to him like a limpet and demanded his mouth each time he pulled away. And he discovered he was in no particular hurry to get his captive to the holding cell they Were they destined to be enemies? Or to bridge the gap between their two races and bring peace to a world gone mad? Sentinel Raen knew the intruder needed air, but his body was of a different mind when Cassie clung to him like a limpet and demanded his mouth each time he pulled away. And he discovered he was in no particular hurry to get his captive to the holding cell they'd set up for the human intruders. And in no hurry to release the captives when they'd learned what they could from them ... because he discovered he didn't want to let Cassie go at all. The irony of falling for a woman born of the race he'd despised wasn't lost on Raen, but he discovered the spark that ignited between the two of them with their first kiss wasn't something to be denied or easily extinguished. Rating: Spicy/Carnal-Adult situations and language, graphic sexual scenes and graphic violence.


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Were they destined to be enemies? Or to bridge the gap between their two races and bring peace to a world gone mad? Sentinel Raen knew the intruder needed air, but his body was of a different mind when Cassie clung to him like a limpet and demanded his mouth each time he pulled away. And he discovered he was in no particular hurry to get his captive to the holding cell they Were they destined to be enemies? Or to bridge the gap between their two races and bring peace to a world gone mad? Sentinel Raen knew the intruder needed air, but his body was of a different mind when Cassie clung to him like a limpet and demanded his mouth each time he pulled away. And he discovered he was in no particular hurry to get his captive to the holding cell they'd set up for the human intruders. And in no hurry to release the captives when they'd learned what they could from them ... because he discovered he didn't want to let Cassie go at all. The irony of falling for a woman born of the race he'd despised wasn't lost on Raen, but he discovered the spark that ignited between the two of them with their first kiss wasn't something to be denied or easily extinguished. Rating: Spicy/Carnal-Adult situations and language, graphic sexual scenes and graphic violence.

30 review for Lords of the Sea (Children of Andromeda, #1)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Julie (jjmachshev)

    An interesting take on Atlantis and who/what lived there. Also contains a tongue-in-cheek (I hope) rant on humanity and politics today. All this is an erotic story!!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Angarad

    This book had it all!!! We begin with a group of divers in the deep sea, a woman a bit too desperate to settle down who accept a first date from her online "boyfriend" and of course, the worst happens, no power and a storm coming. When they discover the lost city of Atlantis, it is not a ruin, is is not only a city and its inhabitants are definitely not myths or dead. Big surprise here with aliens that were actually asleep in the middle of the ocean for thousands of year, aliens that are the orig This book had it all!!! We begin with a group of divers in the deep sea, a woman a bit too desperate to settle down who accept a first date from her online "boyfriend" and of course, the worst happens, no power and a storm coming. When they discover the lost city of Atlantis, it is not a ruin, is is not only a city and its inhabitants are definitely not myths or dead. Big surprise here with aliens that were actually asleep in the middle of the ocean for thousands of year, aliens that are the origins of the mermaid tale! I loved this book for a lot of reasons: the originality, the mix of genres (romance, supernatural, suspense and science fiction). I also loved the different characters. Both humans and Atlanteans are very well defined, have all the own personality and view on the present situation and all react differently. I loved how we got to observe the reaction that, in my opinion, are all very realistic and a good analysis of our society: some see any difference as a threat, some don't care, some thinks of others before their own. It made me think about how I would react in this type of situation but in the end, you don't know until you are there. Anyway, I enjoyed this story a LOT and hope there is more!!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Carolyn F.

    The other books by this author were heavy on the erotica, this is almost more romance than anything else. I would even say that it doesn't even need the erotica label, unless of course the author wants it for sales or something. Cassie goes on a real date with a guy she met on an Internet dating service. His idea of a first date is to take her scuba diving for the first time ever for her with a group of people. When the boat stalls out, everyone except her goes down to find out what the blue lig The other books by this author were heavy on the erotica, this is almost more romance than anything else. I would even say that it doesn't even need the erotica label, unless of course the author wants it for sales or something. Cassie goes on a real date with a guy she met on an Internet dating service. His idea of a first date is to take her scuba diving for the first time ever for her with a group of people. When the boat stalls out, everyone except her goes down to find out what the blue lights in the ocean are. She goes to find them after being left alone and literally bumps into Raen, at the same time his statis ends. He's an Atlantean, who were actually aliens looking for a home. He likes her more than is good for him and she has no idea why he's so hostile. When he finally starts to like her, in their way she makes all the moves. She doesn't know that so he thinks she doesn't want them and then he gets more hostile. It's kind of funny to see the guy doing all of this. Enjoyed the book.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Sarah

    I loved it but the reason I gave it 4 out of 5 is because of the ending it's an hea but it ended so abruptly it feels unfinished like there was so much more to be said but wasn't

  5. 5 out of 5

    Mara

    I have a strange relationship with Ms O'Connor's books. I either love them or find them boring to death. None more than Lords of the Sea, though. As usual the story/world is interesting, but in itself, it doesn't save the book. I dragged it along as a very, very tired mule might drag along its dastardly of an owner: with resentment and tiredly. I didn't care about the plot, about the hero and heroine, their HEA. (I suspect because I'm tired of the same misunderstanding in almost all her books. ( I have a strange relationship with Ms O'Connor's books. I either love them or find them boring to death. None more than Lords of the Sea, though. As usual the story/world is interesting, but in itself, it doesn't save the book. I dragged it along as a very, very tired mule might drag along its dastardly of an owner: with resentment and tiredly. I didn't care about the plot, about the hero and heroine, their HEA. (I suspect because I'm tired of the same misunderstanding in almost all her books. (view spoiler)[ Her heroes are used to polyandrous relationships in which the woman chooses her partners. So, he stutters along as a proud peacock. The leading woman, as an earthling, doesn't understand at all. (hide spoiler)] )

  6. 5 out of 5

    Gab

    Much better than title implies - good Sci-fi [it's not paranormal]. Enjoyed story [except for a small bit at end regarding the romantic outcomes of supporting characters, (view spoiler)[dude I can accept all the male atlantian's ending up with the human females - but the fact that ALL five of the female atlantian guards ended up with the five male humans was ridiculas especially given some of the human male characters and past behavior (yes I mostly mean Mark)] (hide spoiler)] , otherwise it was a Much better than title implies - good Sci-fi [it's not paranormal]. Enjoyed story [except for a small bit at end regarding the romantic outcomes of supporting characters, (view spoiler)[dude I can accept all the male atlantian's ending up with the human females - but the fact that ALL five of the female atlantian guards ended up with the five male humans was ridiculas especially given some of the human male characters and past behavior (yes I mostly mean Mark)] (hide spoiler)] , otherwise it was a good yarn. I did like the HEA for Cassie and Raen though.]

  7. 5 out of 5

    Cheri

    Cassie annoyed the hell out of me. So much so, it detracted from my enjoyment. I found her shrill, self centered and immature at some points. Raen definitely deserved better. I wish the plot had expanded more on the mermaid elements. Their scenes together were steamy. But the ending was really abrupt.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Shasha

    liked it! This is a romance for adults. The thought processes of the H and h kept the story interesting. I would read it again for the HEA. Was a big problem with wrong words being used--chose for choose, royalty for royally, liar for lair, etc. would give one more star if it was proofread.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Anne

    Cue Led Zeppelin..."Communication Breakdown" and you sum up the relationship between these characters. all the way to the end, they did not communicate. I found the story very interesting, though I'd have liked a few questions answered at the end.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Leslie Reno

    Loved it!

  11. 4 out of 5

    AE

    I feel slightly cheated. It took merman and made it kind of cool, but the pace was so slow. Then the ending was so unsatisfying! But it wasn't a bad read.... just not great.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Sonya Tedesco

    A romantic story My favorite stories by this author are usually not based on earth. This story had an interesting plot which paved the way to an awesome adventure.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Anna

    4.25 stars

  14. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

    If i wanted to read so much about the politic, i'd read the paper. Urrgh this book is sooo stressful

  15. 4 out of 5

    Cass

  16. 4 out of 5

    Melissa Weeks

  17. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer

  18. 5 out of 5

    MJ

  19. 5 out of 5

    Jana

  20. 4 out of 5

    Nikki Manges

  21. 4 out of 5

    Adity

  22. 5 out of 5

    Martine

  23. 4 out of 5

    Bambi

  24. 4 out of 5

    Trisha

  25. 4 out of 5

    Areadne Andre Geor Petaal

  26. 4 out of 5

    SueM

  27. 4 out of 5

    Nicholi Gold

  28. 5 out of 5

    Amy

  29. 4 out of 5

    Josie Klares

  30. 4 out of 5

    Megan Elek

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