Colors of Atlantis: Historical fantasy set in ancient Atlantis (Golden Age #1)


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Colors of Atlantis: Book One of the Golden Age Series.

DD Adair's sparkling debut, Colors of Atlantis gathers years of research into a rollicking fantasy that is "historically probable", and set in the Golden Age of Atlantis. Step into the intrigue, the crystal technology, romance, metaphysical powers, art, and mixing of species. Fall in love with archetypal characters as they explore other parts of the ancient world.

Three crystals. Two sisters. One impossible choice.

Ruler Ziel, head of the House of Oracles, knows balance can only be tipped to light so long before darkness comes to right it. His beloved Atlantis is prophesied to fall and he seeks a savior. But how malleable is the future—even when you’ve seen it? Is he right to stake it all on two ordinary girls?

Twins Ahna and Aiela encounter a harsh world outside Atlantis' idyllic bubble, when they visit wild Ireland. Then tragedy strikes, and they’re launched into a greater destiny; becoming Keepers of the Crystals.

Irish trip-leader Turner, finds his match in fierce, exotic Aiela. But loving her will mean deep sacrifice. And Carver isn't just a Belial, he's the son of Mardu, Belial's violent leader. Ordered to Ireland on a covert errand, he must hide who he is—especially from Ahna.

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