Monday, May 30, 2016

Atlantis after Midnite by Lisa Kulow

Atlantis after Midnite
by Lisa Kulow

My rating: 3 stars

Publication Date: April 14, 2016
Publisher: Lisa Kulow
Genre: paranormal Romantic Erotica
Number of Pages: 118
Available from: Amazon


The world is being torn apart for the people of Atlantis, although this isn't the tale you’re used to hearing. The royal family, including Crown Prince Kyrian, is unable to comprehend the destruction around them and in the midst of a plague. The solution seems to be a lovely young Lady named Yew'll who is immune to the plague.
The Prince was immediately enraptured by her beauty and sparks fly between the Prince and Yew'll. While King Urian is making final preparations for his people’s safety and his family, he asks Prince Kyrian to come to him in a secret room in the palace before midnite with the most important thing to him.
As the Gods fury rains down on them, the people of Atlantis must make decisions. Strange things are happening, And the room makes strange surreal. This is not your average tale of Atlantis.
Did Atlantis really disappear forever? Or did they have another place to go?

 
Atlantis after Midnite by Lisa Kulow

Atlantis after MidniteUnlike any tale of the lost city of Atlantis that you have heard, Lisa Kulow’s Atlantis After Midnite is a brief, yet earthy mix of the paranormal, fantasy and the erotic pull of two souls caught in the chaos that marked the last moments of Atlantis.

Prince Kyrian is directed by his father to be in the King’s chamber by midnight with the one thing he values the most. What he returned with was a young woman, Yew’ll, who has unleashed a lust and love within him that becomes the focal point for both of their thoughts throughout the remainder of this tale.

As Atlantis comes down around them, they are transported to another place, separated and only by the grace of a god are they reunited, but will their flame of lust still sear their souls?

Lisa Kulow alternates between the fairytale version of the characters’ dialogue and modern day phrases that seem to blend in, after that first jolt! Her ability to give searing and earthy sexual encounters life seems bot calculated and raw. The impact of their coupling seems to remain foremost in Yew’ll’s thoughts and deeds, which seems to be the greatest reason she seems to want to find the good prince. Short on real romance, but long on surprising disasters for Atlantis, this quick read should come with a warning label for those of a delicate constitution or weak hearts as the steam coming off the pages is very explicit!




 

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