The Amazon's Curse
A Tale of Atlantis.
Zane, a fierce vampire warrior, has been enslaved by the Amazons. Nola, a lovely Amazon soldier, has been cursed with invisibility. Now, these two stubborn enemies must overcome the pasts that haunt them and embrace a love that can set them free…
The Amazon's Curse
Note: This review focuses solely on the second story of this book featuring Zane and Nola. You can see the first part of this review about "The Darkest Fire" here, and the third part of this review about "The Darkest Prison" here.
Genre: Paranormal Romance
A wonderful conclusion to a series I wish would never have ended.
Nola is an Amazon warrior, abused when she was younger. Zane, an equally abused vampire, was a demon whore. Both were forced to partake in a cruel game devised by the gods. Both despised any persons' touch.
Nola scorned this vampire...until being punished and sentenced to a life of invisibility. She could see and hear all, but she, in turn, could not be seen, touched, or heard.
Zane is once again forced into slavery, this time, as a sex slave to the Amazons. He scorns their touches, threatens death to all those attempting to touch him. Ironic that the only one he wishes he could touch is the one cursed to be invisible to all. Or is she?
Like I said, this was a wonderful wrap-up to Gena's Atlantis series. Short and sweet, and much needed to tie off the loose ends that left me wondering what would eventually happen after The Vampire's Bride.
It was strange, re-entering Atlantis after being neglected of it for so long. For those of you unable to recall the past events in the previous book, Gena makes sure to do a quick recap in Nola's point of view. Being able to witness what went on in this Amazon's head--especially because she was so smitten now--was nice for a change.
I was ecstatic upon the discovery that Delilah and Layel made an appearance in this story too! The little twist thrown in there also left me feeling warm and fuzzy. They deserve it.