"Refreshing fantasy romance"
In 1863 Rebecca Lynn Mallory sees the ship sailing away
from her and thinks that she is going to drown here in the
Irish Sea without ever seeing her beloved again. She prays
for a miracle not expecting one even as she wonders how
that sudden wave washed her off the deck. Thoughts that
her unborn child would die too angers Rebecca as she begins
to sink into the sea when suddenly The Radiant One saves
her life. Poseidon informs his son Nikodemus and Rebecca
that due to his son's interference, in another time and
place her descendent must marry Nikodemus.
A hundred years later, Rebecca's descendent Chelsea Porter
recovers from a disastrous relationship, vowing to put men
on hold. However, her pledge is quickly shredded when
Chelsea meets artist Nicolas Demitry. Nicolas knows he has
waited forever or since he saved Rebecca for a chance at
love, but will his beloved survive the test of his realm?
POSEIDON'S KISS is an exciting refreshing fantasy romance
that is at its best when Gail Crease introduces readers to
Poseidon's under the sea world. The story line succeeds
because the fantasy realm seems authentic as if the author
had been there outside her dreams and the lead couple feels
darlingly real. Fantasy purists as well as those who
delight in a romantic undercoating will relish Ms. Crease's
creative novel and demand more trips to the undersea realm.
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted November 24, 2002