Sebastian Arielle


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Her terrifying experience has her rethinking her vow of remaining chaste until marriage. Arielle already knows Sebastian is the one man she will love for eternity.

Sebastian has longed for Arielle, like no other. He has carried a ring in his pocket for her almost from the first moment they met.

He's only waiting for the right moment to pledge his eternal love for her. A time of danger But Sebastian's past still threatens their future.

A trio of jealous Immortal women has vowed Sebastian will belong to no other woman for centuries to come. Arielle, Sebastian, and their friends must join together to fight off the Immortals bent on utter destruction, if they are ever to find their eternal happiness.

Get A Copy. Paperback , pages. Published March 13th by Booktrope Editions first published January 24th More Details Immortal Rapture 2.

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More filters. Sort order. This is a second book in a series, and Lilian Roberts makes a really great transition between volumes, without dropping the ball once.

I read it all in one sitting! The story mostly takes place in Brighton, England — what a charming and original setting. This is a paranormal romance and it deals with the themes of eternal love, and immortality.

The passion and devotion This is a second book in a series, and Lilian Roberts makes a really great transition between volumes, without dropping the ball once.

The passion and devotion between the hero and heroine is palpable from the first page. I think the characters wonderfully fleshed out and felt perfectly real.

While Sebastian is in New Zealand Arielle continues going to school in Brighton and misses him terribly. She has good friends, male and female, but she aches for his return.

This second book in the series is all about seduction - as the title says: Unwanted seducation, unreciprocated feelings and longed for seduction.

There are many men who desire Arielle and she has her hands full keeping them at bay, saving herself for Sebastian. The book is full of passionate love, affection,friendship and rivalry and is a great example of a well written teenage love story.

The youthful characters are great role models who resist temptations and who hold their own. This second installment was just as riveting and exciting as the first!

Arielle and Sebastian have to spend some time apart as he travels for work. This gives Arielle all sorts of time to think and decide what is truly important in life.

Of course, it also gives trouble time to find her The way Lilian Roberts describes the surroundings is very much like poe This second installment was just as riveting and exciting as the first!

The way Lilian Roberts describes the surroundings is very much like poetry. You can almost smell the flowers. This book has you feeling the misery as Arielle and Sebastian are to be separated for a while so he can attend to business and she can finish school.

They can get through it as long as they have each other. Unfortunately, those bent on seeing Sebastian miserable will try to take advantage of the separation.

Not to mention the suspicious new professor Arielle has I loved this book as much as I did the first book in the series.

I love the trials that Arielle and Sebastian go through and how they overcome the issues. I love how the author brings in other immortals and how they are playing into the story line.

I also love how close Arielle is to her two best friends Gabrielle and Eva. I can't wait to read book 3 in the series and see what This is a great series,This book- Arielle: Immortal Seduction picks up right where Arielle: Immortal Awakening left off.

I can't wait to read book 3 in the series and see what happens and how they handle all of Sebastian's old lovers.

This is a great series, you will love them!! It gets better Well Sebastian is still the man that women dream of meeting!

I enjoyed book 2 as much, if not more than book 1. In this book, I found out that Sebastian purchased a ring for Arielle the day after he met her.

He fell deeply and equivocally in love with her. She became the center of his universe, the core of his soul. Sebastian had to leave for New Zealand for business purposes and during his absence, a fellow student viciously assaults Arielle.

This assault became the reason for Arielle to rethink the chastity vow to herself until marriage. She was ready to amend this core promise, because she knew that Sebastian was the man she would be spending the rest of her life with.

There are steamy encounters in this volume that leaves you wanting more. In his years on this earth, he seems to have accumulated a group of women that will not let him be happy with any woman for a long period of time, and especially a human.

There are several attempts on her life in this volume and nail biting situations. Lilian Roberts has become one of my favorite authors.

The second installment of the Immortal Rapture series sees the relationship between Arielle and Sebastian climb to a new level. In fact, her friends Eva and Gabby are also beginning new chapters in their love lives, giving the three friends the chance to experience some of life's biggest moments together.

Roberts has a knack for presenting a profound depth of emotion to her characters. Arielle is attacked early in the story, and her reactions are quite real.

She stays true to reality as well The second installment of the Immortal Rapture series sees the relationship between Arielle and Sebastian climb to a new level.

She stays true to reality as well as true to herself without becoming predictable. She's a fascinating character. I very much enjoyed reading Arielle's excitement as her relationship with Sebastian becomes more serious.

It's hard to recapture that feeling of first being in love, but this book does it very well. I found myself smiling along with Arielle as she longs for the man of her dreams and when she sees him after so long apart.

After all, she's a young girl in love, and none of us can control our hearts. Her steps are still plagued by former lovers from Sebastian's past.

When a gorgeous guy lives years, there are bound to be a few jilted women out there. Their presence adds a lot of excitement to the storyline.

I look forward to reading more in this series. Jun 23, Jami Brumfield rated it it was amazing Shelves: supernatural , supernatural-fantasy , romance , paranormal-romance , paranormal-fantasy.

I read book one and was excited to sink my teeth into book two and I'm looking forward to reading the rest of the series.

Arielle, Gabrielle, and Eva are three friends that keep you interested in their story and invested in their lives. The men they have chosen are just as awesome.

Roberts has created a world that feels real and captivates the reader. In the midst of reality she effectively weaves a supernatural element into the tapestry of the story that leaves you wondering what will happen ne I read book one and was excited to sink my teeth into book two and I'm looking forward to reading the rest of the series.

In the midst of reality she effectively weaves a supernatural element into the tapestry of the story that leaves you wondering what will happen next.

This story had Arielle, Gabby, and Eva facing typical problems a young lady faces when she moves into adulthood and navigating through the rocky seas of relationships.

I like how Arielle and Sebastian's love affair continues and Arielle works to overcome her own insecurities around their relationship. It doesn't help that Sebastian's lived a long long life and has left many exes along the way.

I also liked how we got to see Sebastian's own concerns about making a relationship last. I highly recommend this series to readers who enjoy love stories with interesting supernatural twists.

View 1 comment. I love this series! This sequel has more romance, more thrills, more immortals, and more passion than its predecessor.

Arielle and Sebastian continue with their magical relationship, trying to figure out how to be together when they live in different countries, were born centuries apart, and when jealous exes want nothing more than to hurt Arielle and take Sebastian back.

Still in the series are Arielle's two I love this series! Still in the series are Arielle's two besties, Gabrielle and Eva, and I'm happy to see that they remain as large a role in Arielle's life as before.

It is nice to see a romance adventure that doesn't have the main character drop everything once she gets a ring on her finger. If you're looking for a story with intense passion, seductive villains, mysterious powers, and a few laughs for good measure, read this series!

Arielle Lloyd, a college student who will graduate within a year, is completely in love with Sebastian Gaulle, an Immortal and business man, that she's pinching herself.

Sebastian has to take care of internal business matter which means he'll be away from Arielle for at least a month.

Arielle and Sebastian both are unsure how either of them will survive over this upcoming Arielle Lloyd, a college student who will graduate within a year, is completely in love with Sebastian Gaulle, an Immortal and business man, that she's pinching herself.

Arielle and Sebastian both are unsure how either of them will survive over this upcoming month a part. As Arielle finds herself confronted with Sebastian's past fills her with doubts about Sebastian's love for her.

Sebastian constantly telling Arielle that he loves her and no one else wishing she wouldn't doubt his feelings for her.

Will Sebastian's business problems work themselves out? What is Annabel plotting now? Can Arielle get over her doubts and jealousy? Will Arielle accept Sebastian's love for her?

Your answers await you in Arielle Immortal Seduction. I found Arielle's doubting and jealousy a bit tiring at times because she lacked the faith in Sebastian's ability to love completely.

Don't get me wrong I understood where she was coming from having been there myself. I kinda felt like she was whining like a child about it.

Sebastian is truly a far more patient man or in this case immortal with Arielle than I ever would be honestly. I think I liked this book more because of Sebastian rather than Arielle quite frankly.

He show wisdom, strength, and depth of character I've not found in many books that I've read recently. He's moved up in rank as one of the alpha males for the year.

I loved what the author has written and enjoy her characters very much. I look forward to the next book in the series.

Nov 01, Angel Sefer rated it it was amazing. The second volume of this wonderful series exceeded my expectations! The character was developed solely for the Disney film, and is not derived from the original Hans Christian Andersen story.

Early on in the writing and development of the film, the character was originally an English-butler lobster named Clarence; songwriter Howard Ashman proposed changing Clarence to a Jamaican Rastafari crab and shifting the music style throughout the film to reflect this.

Samuel E. Wright auditioned for the role as though he were trying out for a stage musical. Wright could not do a Jamaican accent, so he did a Trinidadian accent during his audition, [4] which Ashman decided to keep.

His physicality impressed co-director Ron Clements, who videotaped a repeat performance in order to inspire the animators. Two reggae albums featuring Samuel E.

Wright performing in-character as Sebastian were released under the Walt Disney Records label.

The second, released in October is Sebastian: Party Gras! This album consists of reggae covers of classic songs such as " Iko Iko ", " Octopus's Garden ", " Twist and Shout ", and " What a Wonderful World ", as well as a few original tunes.

In Aladdin , Sebastian makes a brief cameo. When the Genie looks for "Royal Recipes" to transform Aladdin into a prince, he glimpses at a recipe for " Alaskan king crab.

He also appears in the Little Mermaid Broadway musical, where he was originally played by Tituss Burgess , and has also been performed by Alan Mingo Jr.

Sebastian appears in The Little Mermaid Live! Sebastian will appear in the live-action remake of The Little Mermaid. Flounder is a yellow and blue tropical fish despite the name, he is not a flounder and Ariel's best friend, voiced by Jason Marin in the film, who also provided vocals in-character for the tie-in music album Sebastian From The Little Mermaid.

Flounder scares easily, and is prone to panicking under stressful situations like a single shark breaching the sunken ship, but when Ariel is in trouble, he comes through for her without hesitation.

In the film he is the only character to support Ariel's fascination with human things, and at one point gives Ariel a statue of Eric as a gift.

Flounder appears in all the episodes of the prequel television series, sharing constant adventures with Ariel and in the episode "The Evil Manta", shown how he first met Ariel when they were children.

According to the television series, Flounder's real name is "Guppy Number 35". In the series, he is voiced by Edan Gross and Bradley Pierce.

He grew up and became a father himself, with five children of his own and he first meets Melody in Morgana's lair. In this film, he is voiced by Cam Clarke.

He has a larger role in The Little Mermaid: Ariel's Beginning , which shows an alternate version of how he first meets Ariel and later unknowingly leads her to the Catfish Club.

In this film, he is voiced by Parker Goris. Flounder appears in the Kingdom Hearts series , where his role as Ariel's friend remains.

His biggest role in the series is in Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories , where Ursula kidnapped him to force Ariel to give her the trident.

He also sings his part in the song called "A New Day is Dawning". He is also a remote-controlled playable character in the same game seen holding a big conch shell on his head with your help to catch the voice orbs.

Flounder appears in the stage adaptation of The Little Mermaid. His supporting role is similar as in the film, but he does not give Ariel the statue of Eric, and does not help Ariel reach Eric's wedding barge, as the Vanessa subplot has been removed.

However, Flounder performs a new song titled "She's in Love", which he sings with Ariel's sisters when they notice that Ariel has been acting "fishy lately".

The stage role was originated by Cody Hanford and J. Singleton, but the two actors had to leave the show when their height overshot that of Sierra Boggess, who originated Ariel.

Flounder also appears as a puppet in The Little Mermaid Live! Child actor Jacob Tremblay will voice Flounder in the upcoming live-action remake of the film.

Scuttle scully is a seagull and friend of Ariel, voiced by Buddy Hackett in the film and sequel.

He presents himself as an expert on human objects, with whom Ariel consults about items she salvages. He refers to a fork as a "dinglehopper," and a smoking pipe as a "snarfblatt.

On the third day, Scuttle discovers that Vanessa is actually Ursula, and immediately tells Ariel. Scuttle appears in two episodes of the third season of the prequel television series in which he is voiced by Maurice LaMarche.

The episodes he appears in are "Scuttle", where Ariel, Flounder and Sebastian meet him for the first time in which he claims his name was originally "Scuttlebutt" but he changed it "for obvious reasons" , and "Island of Fear".

In these episodes, Scuttle's explanation of human things is a mixture of correct and erroneous. Scuttle also made a cameo appearance in an episode of Quack Pack.

Scuttle appears in the stage adaptation of the original film, where he sings two songs: "Human Stuff" and "Positivity.

In the stage musical, Scuttle has a group of seagull friends, and together they perform a tap dance during the "Positoovity" number.

Scuttle has a non-speaking cameo in The Little Mermaid: Ariel's Beginning , appearing when Marina is on a rock at the surface animated the same way with Ariel when she sings a reprise for " Part of Your World " and is splashed by a wave.

A female version of Scuttle is set to appear in the upcoming live-action adaptation of The Little Mermaid. Ursula appears in the film. She is voiced by Pat Carroll , who also provides her vocals for all the canonical animated media.

Melissa McCarthy will play Ursula in the live-action film adaption. King Triton is the ruler of Atlantica and the father of Ariel and her sisters.

The sea king is unnamed in the Hans Christian Andersen version. Triton wields a powerful trident; the source of his apparently unlimited power.

The character is inspired by the son of the Greek sea god Poseidon , although the actual Triton is from Greek mythology and has two finned feet.

In The Little Mermaid , Triton shows severe distaste for humans, and Ariel's fascination with them strains their relationship. Because of this, Triton orders his servant, Sebastian , to look after Ariel.

When Triton discovers that Ariel has fallen in love with a human prince named Eric, he destroys her grotto and collection of human artifacts.

After Ariel disappears, Triton subsequently orders a search for her to apologize, not knowing that she has accepted Ursula's deal and become a human.

When Sebastian arrives with news of Ursula's scheme, he offers to take his daughter's place. Triton is transformed into a polyp by Ursula, but is restored to his original form when Eric kills her.

Seeing that Ariel is happy with Eric, Triton uses his trident to transform Ariel into a human. Triton is a regular character in the prequel television series, in which he is called by the son of Poseidon.

A number of episodes show conflict between him and Ariel. However, after Melody's life is threatened by Ursula's sister Morgana, Ariel decides that for Melody's safety, she must not know about the sea or her mermaid heritage, meaning that she cannot have contact with Triton and the other merfolk.

Triton reluctantly throws the necklace away and assigns Sebastian to watch over Melody for him. Morgana tricks Melody into stealing Triton's trident and makes Triton and the other merfolk bow to her, but Melody being human is immune to the spell and takes back the trident and gives it to Triton, who defeats Morgana by trapping her in a block of ice.

Triton then asks Melody if she wishes to be a mermaid permanently, but Melody instead wishes to destroy the wall that was built to stop her getting to the sea all those years ago.

He forces everyone and the city to follow a strict daily schedule, straining his relationship with free-spirited Ariel.

He eventually lifts the ban on music and appoints Sebastian as his court composer. In the stage musical , Triton is Ursula's older brother, and the two are each given equal share of the sea and one magical item each.

When Ursula began to abuse her power, Triton exiled her, though he did not take away her Nautilus shell. This stage role is originated by Norm Lewis.

In the Kingdom Hearts series of video games, Triton still plays the role of over-protective father and king of Atlantica.

In the first game, his relationship with Ariel becomes strained due to his daughter's desire to see other worlds, and he initially distrusts Sora, Donald and Goofy when they first arrive in Atlantica, having somehow heard of the negative part of the Keyblade legend, but eventually respects Sora when Ursula is defeated and locks the world's keyhole.

He asks Sora, Donald and Goofy to take part in the music concert with Ariel, but Sora ignores Triton's request and helps Ariel become human to find and fall in love with Eric.

He is also part of the song called "A New Day is Dawning". After Ursula is defeated once again, he respectfully bids a final farewell to Sora.

He also appears in The Princess and the Frog as a parade float. King Triton is set to appear in the upcoming live-action adaptation of The Little Mermaid.

Javier Bardem will play him. In the film, they are voiced by Kimmy Robertson and Caroline Vasicek , and perform the song "Daughters of Triton".

Later, Attina, Andrina, Adella and Aquata make a brief appearance together with Ariel, in what appears to be the palace dressing room.

In this scene, Ariel emerges from behind a curtain of seaweed swimming dreamily and hums a few lines from "Part of Your World".

The sisters notice a change in Ariel's mood and conclude that Ariel is in love. All six sisters appear again in the end of the film together with Triton, smiling and waving to Ariel after she marries Eric.

In the second film, the sisters play a minor role with only Attina, Andrina, Aquata and Adella having dialogue. Glut is a ferocious great white shark and a minor antagonist of the film.

He first appears where Ariel and Flounder are exploring the Sunken Ship are collecting human artifacts and pursues them trying to kill them, but somehow gets his head stuck in an anchor and was not seen again for the entire film afterwards.

He makes minor appearances in the television series and also appears as a boss in the Kingdom Hearts where Sora and company at first can escape fighting him, but he must be defeated later to enter Ursula's lair.

Flotsam and Jetsam are Ursula's green moray eel minions, voiced by Paddi Edwards in the film. They do Ursula's bidding and act as her spies, keeping their eye on the events unfolding in and around Atlantica.

They are tasked with following Ariel and reporting her actions back to Ursula. They eventually manipulate Ariel into visiting Ursula to attain human legs.

They are ultimately killed by Ursula inadvertently in the film's climax, and Ursula subsequently mourns for them.

Flotsam and Jetsam appear in the prequel television series alongside Ursula. They also appear in the Broadway stage musical, where the roles were originated by Tyler Maynard and Derrick Baskin.

The eels also appear as puppets in The Little Mermaid Live! Grimsby is Eric's majordomo and confidant. He is voiced by Ben Wright in the original film.

In the opening scene, Grimsby is shown as not having the stomach for the sea, and dismisses the sailors' stories about merpeople living under the sea.

Through dialogue, Grimsby reveals that he worries for Eric, and has been hoping that the prince will settle down with the right girl.

For Eric's birthday, Grimsby presents a statue he had commissioned of Eric in a dramatic pose. Though Eric and Max disapprove of the statue, Grimsby is proud of it.

Later, when Ariel has become human, Grimsby grows fond of her and encourages Eric to give up his dream girl for one "of flesh and blood".

Grimsby appears briefly in the sequel, in which he is voiced by Kay E. In the stage musical adaptation, Grimsby says that the reason he wants Eric to marry is because he Grimsby had made a promise to Eric's late father to ensure it.

Though Grimsby is reluctant to believe Eric's story of being saved from drowning by a girl, he comes up with the idea of holding a contest in which the princesses of the land are to sing for Eric, in the hopes that one of them will be the right girl.

In the stage musical, the role is originated by Jonathan Freeman. Grimsby also appears in The Little Mermaid Live! Max is an Old English Sheepdog and Eric's pet.

Unlike all the other animals in the film, Max is minimally anthropomorphic and does not speak in the human language. Max's barking and growling is provided by Frank Welker throughout his animated incarnations.

During Eric's birthday celebration, Max catches Ariel's scent and tracks her down, licking her on the cheek in an apparent show of affection.

When the ship catches fire, the sailors escape safely, but Max is left behind. Seeing this, Eric dives out of his lifeboat and climbs back on board, grabbing Max and tossing him to safety.

Later, when Eric is brought to shore safely by Ariel, Max smells out his master and rushes out to greet him. Max is also able to smell Ariel who is hidden off-shore behind rocks, but Eric does not understand his barking.

After Ariel has made her deal with Ursula and is brought to shore as a human, Max leads Eric to her, recognizing her as the same person, though Eric cannot.

Eventually, Ursula herself appears in the guise of a human girl named Vanessa to distract Eric from kissing Ariel before the third day is up.

Max is the only character in the human world who can fully see Vanessa for who she really is and is seen growling furiously at her during her and Eric's wedding, and she kicks him directly in the face.

When Scuttle and the sea animals try to stop the wedding, Max assists by biting Vanessa's rear, giving Scuttle the leverage to break the conch shell containing Ariel's voice.

Max makes a few brief appearances in the prequel television series and the direct-to-video sequel, and is the only named character of the original film other than Vanessa who does not appear in the stage musical.

Max does however appear in The Little Mermaid Live! His accent implies that he is French, and he performs the song "Les Poissons" in which he happily cooks seafood in the castle kitchen.

According to dialogue by Carlotta the house maid, Louis' specialty is stuffed crab. This puts him at odds with Sebastian, who accidentally ends up in his kitchen and frantically tries to get away from him.

This rivalry is extended to the wedding in the finale, where the chef again chases Sebastian in an attempt to cut him up. He also stars in one of the episodes of Disney's Marsupilami and Raw Toonage as a noise hating hotel guest with his victim, Sebastian as the hotel manager.

Louis also makes an appearance in the episode "Ariel's Treasures" where he accidentally steps on a whisk called a "whirly twirly" by Ariel and it slips into the water when he is making recipes.

In the stage musical, Louis is head of a group of chefs that work in Eric's castle. He performs the song "Les Poissons" from the original movie.

A reprise is performed by Louis and all the other chefs as they present their fish masterpieces to Ariel, Eric and Grimsby. Carlotta works in Eric's castle in a role suggested to be similar to a housekeeper, though it is not stated outright.

She reappears in the sequel, apparently continuing her role after Eric and Ariel are married and have a daughter of their own.

She is voiced by Edie McClurg. In the stage musical, Carlotta develops an affectionate maternal relationship with Ariel. Carlotta sings in the musical number "Beyond My Wildest Dreams", where she berates the other servants who gossip about Ariel.

Near the end of the musical there is a contest where the princesses of the land are to sing for Eric, in the hope that one of them will have the voice of the girl who saved his life.

Urchin is an orphaned merboy with an olive-green tail and is one of the main characters of the prequel television series , in which he is a close friend of Ariel, Sebastian and Flounder, and often goes on adventures with them.

He is voiced by Danny Cooksey. Urchin first appears in the fourth episode of the series, "Urchin". In it, Urchin is seen to be an orphan who lives by himself and wants badly to have friends.

He is approached by small-time villains Lobster Mobster and Da Shrimp , who bring him into their gang and use him to steal food for them.

Urchin manages to steal food from the palace, but in doing so is confronted by Ariel. Ariel tries to befriend Urchin, who at first rebuffs her.

Urchin shows his true colors when he helps Ariel escape after she is kidnapped by Lobster Mobster and Da Shrimp. He even stops Crab Louie from stealing from the royal treasury.

This earns him a kiss from Ariel. A friendship is forged when Urchin follows Ariel's advice and apologises to King Triton for his behavior. In the episode "Trident True", Urchin plays pranks on Ariel's sisters Arista, Attina, Andrina and Adella and buys a Father's Day present for King Triton, implying his closeness with the royal family, and Ariel's sisters admit that they look on him as their own little brother.

Gabriella is one of Ariel's friends. She is a deaf mermaid with a pink tail and matching shells who communicates with sign language. In her first appearance, before she meets Ariel, she sees her singing the first part of a song called "Daring To Dance" and sees her twirling about a music box with a figure of a ballerina on top of it.

Ariel stops abruptly upon seeing her, but Gabriella encourages her to continue. She wishes to be able to sing as beautifully as Ariel, and she identifies with Ariel's desire to dance.

She decides to journey with Ariel to visit the Magical Wishing Starfish, passing through many dangers along the way.

She is saddened when the Magical Wishing Starfish proves to be a fraud, but Ariel reassures her that she can express her feelings just as well through sign language.

She joins Ariel in the second part of "Daring to Dance". In her second appearance, she returns to Atlantica for a visit.

She and Ariel gush over Ariel's new additions to her collection of human objects, as well as the music box that Ariel found when they first met. Unbeknownst to either of them, Ursula has launched another scheme to take over Atlantica, this time casting a spell that causes Ariel's treasures to come to life and terrorize people.

She is confused and shocked when the treasures come alive, but she works with Ariel to break Ursula's spell. He is the close friend and interpreter of Gabriella, a mute mermaid.

He has spots on the sides of his head and a patch on his left eye. In his first appearance, he is shown with Gabriella, watching Ariel sing.

After Ariel notices them, he explains Gabriella's disability and introduces himself. He is also the one to tell the tale of the Magical Wishing Starfish, and he accompanies them along the way.

In his second appearance, he is visiting Atlantica with Gabriella and helps her stop Ursula's plot to take over the kingdom.

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It is during Sebastian's absence that a stranger enters Arielle's life at the university and threatens to shatter her joy with a vicious assault.

A time of renewal The return of Sebastian Gaulle, Arielle's Immortal love, brings a return of joy. Her terrifying experience has her rethinking her vow of remaining chaste until marriage.

Arielle already knows Sebastian is the one man she will love for eternity. Sebastian has longed for Arielle, like no other. He has carried a ring in his pocket for her almost from the first moment they met.

He's only waiting for the right moment to pledge his eternal love for her. A time of danger But Sebastian's past still threatens their future. A trio of jealous Immortal women has vowed Sebastian will belong to no other woman for centuries to come.

Arielle, Sebastian, and their friends must join together to fight off the Immortals bent on utter destruction, if they are ever to find their eternal happiness.

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Rating details. More filters. Sort order. This is a second book in a series, and Lilian Roberts makes a really great transition between volumes, without dropping the ball once.

I read it all in one sitting! The story mostly takes place in Brighton, England — what a charming and original setting.

This is a paranormal romance and it deals with the themes of eternal love, and immortality. The passion and devotion This is a second book in a series, and Lilian Roberts makes a really great transition between volumes, without dropping the ball once.

The passion and devotion between the hero and heroine is palpable from the first page. I think the characters wonderfully fleshed out and felt perfectly real.

While Sebastian is in New Zealand Arielle continues going to school in Brighton and misses him terribly. She has good friends, male and female, but she aches for his return.

This second book in the series is all about seduction - as the title says: Unwanted seducation, unreciprocated feelings and longed for seduction.

There are many men who desire Arielle and she has her hands full keeping them at bay, saving herself for Sebastian.

The book is full of passionate love, affection,friendship and rivalry and is a great example of a well written teenage love story. The youthful characters are great role models who resist temptations and who hold their own.

This second installment was just as riveting and exciting as the first! Arielle and Sebastian have to spend some time apart as he travels for work.

This gives Arielle all sorts of time to think and decide what is truly important in life. Of course, it also gives trouble time to find her The way Lilian Roberts describes the surroundings is very much like poe This second installment was just as riveting and exciting as the first!

The way Lilian Roberts describes the surroundings is very much like poetry. You can almost smell the flowers. This book has you feeling the misery as Arielle and Sebastian are to be separated for a while so he can attend to business and she can finish school.

They can get through it as long as they have each other. Unfortunately, those bent on seeing Sebastian miserable will try to take advantage of the separation.

Not to mention the suspicious new professor Arielle has I loved this book as much as I did the first book in the series. I love the trials that Arielle and Sebastian go through and how they overcome the issues.

I love how the author brings in other immortals and how they are playing into the story line. I also love how close Arielle is to her two best friends Gabrielle and Eva.

I can't wait to read book 3 in the series and see what This is a great series,This book- Arielle: Immortal Seduction picks up right where Arielle: Immortal Awakening left off.

I can't wait to read book 3 in the series and see what happens and how they handle all of Sebastian's old lovers. This is a great series, you will love them!!

It gets better Well Sebastian is still the man that women dream of meeting! I enjoyed book 2 as much, if not more than book 1.

In this book, I found out that Sebastian purchased a ring for Arielle the day after he met her. He fell deeply and equivocally in love with her.

She became the center of his universe, the core of his soul. Sebastian had to leave for New Zealand for business purposes and during his absence, a fellow student viciously assaults Arielle.

This assault became the reason for Arielle to rethink the chastity vow to herself until marriage. She was ready to amend this core promise, because she knew that Sebastian was the man she would be spending the rest of her life with.

There are steamy encounters in this volume that leaves you wanting more. In his years on this earth, he seems to have accumulated a group of women that will not let him be happy with any woman for a long period of time, and especially a human.

There are several attempts on her life in this volume and nail biting situations. Lilian Roberts has become one of my favorite authors.

The second installment of the Immortal Rapture series sees the relationship between Arielle and Sebastian climb to a new level.

In fact, her friends Eva and Gabby are also beginning new chapters in their love lives, giving the three friends the chance to experience some of life's biggest moments together.

Roberts has a knack for presenting a profound depth of emotion to her characters. Arielle is attacked early in the story, and her reactions are quite real.

She stays true to reality as well The second installment of the Immortal Rapture series sees the relationship between Arielle and Sebastian climb to a new level.

She stays true to reality as well as true to herself without becoming predictable. She's a fascinating character. I very much enjoyed reading Arielle's excitement as her relationship with Sebastian becomes more serious.

It's hard to recapture that feeling of first being in love, but this book does it very well. I found myself smiling along with Arielle as she longs for the man of her dreams and when she sees him after so long apart.

After all, she's a young girl in love, and none of us can control our hearts. Her steps are still plagued by former lovers from Sebastian's past.

When a gorgeous guy lives years, there are bound to be a few jilted women out there. Their presence adds a lot of excitement to the storyline.

I look forward to reading more in this series. Jun 23, Jami Brumfield rated it it was amazing Shelves: supernatural , supernatural-fantasy , romance , paranormal-romance , paranormal-fantasy.

I read book one and was excited to sink my teeth into book two and I'm looking forward to reading the rest of the series.

Arielle, Gabrielle, and Eva are three friends that keep you interested in their story and invested in their lives.

The men they have chosen are just as awesome. Roberts has created a world that feels real and captivates the reader.

In the midst of reality she effectively weaves a supernatural element into the tapestry of the story that leaves you wondering what will happen ne I read book one and was excited to sink my teeth into book two and I'm looking forward to reading the rest of the series.

In the midst of reality she effectively weaves a supernatural element into the tapestry of the story that leaves you wondering what will happen next.

This story had Arielle, Gabby, and Eva facing typical problems a young lady faces when she moves into adulthood and navigating through the rocky seas of relationships.

I like how Arielle and Sebastian's love affair continues and Arielle works to overcome her own insecurities around their relationship.

It doesn't help that Sebastian's lived a long long life and has left many exes along the way. I also liked how we got to see Sebastian's own concerns about making a relationship last.

I highly recommend this series to readers who enjoy love stories with interesting supernatural twists. View 1 comment. I love this series! This sequel has more romance, more thrills, more immortals, and more passion than its predecessor.

Arielle and Sebastian continue with their magical relationship, trying to figure out how to be together when they live in different countries, were born centuries apart, and when jealous exes want nothing more than to hurt Arielle and take Sebastian back.

Still in the series are Arielle's two I love this series! Still in the series are Arielle's two besties, Gabrielle and Eva, and I'm happy to see that they remain as large a role in Arielle's life as before.

It is nice to see a romance adventure that doesn't have the main character drop everything once she gets a ring on her finger. If you're looking for a story with intense passion, seductive villains, mysterious powers, and a few laughs for good measure, read this series!

Arielle Lloyd, a college student who will graduate within a year, is completely in love with Sebastian Gaulle, an Immortal and business man, that she's pinching herself.

Sebastian has to take care of internal business matter which means he'll be away from Arielle for at least a month. Arielle and Sebastian both are unsure how either of them will survive over this upcoming Arielle Lloyd, a college student who will graduate within a year, is completely in love with Sebastian Gaulle, an Immortal and business man, that she's pinching herself.

Arielle and Sebastian both are unsure how either of them will survive over this upcoming month a part. As Arielle finds herself confronted with Sebastian's past fills her with doubts about Sebastian's love for her.

Sebastian constantly telling Arielle that he loves her and no one else wishing she wouldn't doubt his feelings for her.

Will Sebastian's business problems work themselves out? What is Annabel plotting now? Can Arielle get over her doubts and jealousy?

Will Arielle accept Sebastian's love for her? Your answers await you in Arielle Immortal Seduction. I found Arielle's doubting and jealousy a bit tiring at times because she lacked the faith in Sebastian's ability to love completely.

Don't get me wrong I understood where she was coming from having been there myself. I kinda felt like she was whining like a child about it.

Sebastian is truly a far more patient man or in this case immortal with Arielle than I ever would be honestly. I think I liked this book more because of Sebastian rather than Arielle quite frankly.

He show wisdom, strength, and depth of character I've not found in many books that I've read recently.

He's moved up in rank as one of the alpha males for the year. I loved what the author has written and enjoy her characters very much.

Although he and Ariel are happily married and they become king and queen of his land, they are attacked by Ursula's sister Morgana , who wishes to avenge Ursula.

He and Ariel raise their new daughter Melody away from the sea, keeping her mermaid heritage secret. In the Broadway musical, the role of Eric was originated by Sean Palmer.

It is explained through dialogue that Eric's father has died, and it is Grimsby's duty to help Eric find a bride so he can return to the throne properly, despite Eric's affinity for exploring the seas.

Eric contributes singing vocals to the opening song "Fathoms Below", and performs two solo songs: "Her Voice", a song about Eric's obsession with Ariel's voice that had been written for the original film but discarded, and "One Step Closer", a new song where Eric helps Ariel express herself through dance.

Eric also provides vocals in the quartet "If Only", where he expresses confusion over his attraction to Ariel, and his fear that if he finds the girl with the right voice, he might lose Ariel.

A new subplot in the stage musical is a singing competition where the eligible princesses in all the land are invited to sing for Eric.

At the end of the performance, Ariel dances for Eric, and he chooses her. The role was also performed by Drew Seeley.

Eric appears in The Little Mermaid Live! Horatio Felonious Ignacious Crustaceous Sebastian is a red Jamaican crab and a servant of king Triton , and also his main musical composer.

His main song is " Under the Sea ". He is voiced by Samuel E. Wright in both the films and the TV series. The character was developed solely for the Disney film, and is not derived from the original Hans Christian Andersen story.

Early on in the writing and development of the film, the character was originally an English-butler lobster named Clarence; songwriter Howard Ashman proposed changing Clarence to a Jamaican Rastafari crab and shifting the music style throughout the film to reflect this.

Samuel E. Wright auditioned for the role as though he were trying out for a stage musical. Wright could not do a Jamaican accent, so he did a Trinidadian accent during his audition, [4] which Ashman decided to keep.

His physicality impressed co-director Ron Clements, who videotaped a repeat performance in order to inspire the animators. Two reggae albums featuring Samuel E.

Wright performing in-character as Sebastian were released under the Walt Disney Records label. The second, released in October is Sebastian: Party Gras!

This album consists of reggae covers of classic songs such as " Iko Iko ", " Octopus's Garden ", " Twist and Shout ", and " What a Wonderful World ", as well as a few original tunes.

In Aladdin , Sebastian makes a brief cameo. When the Genie looks for "Royal Recipes" to transform Aladdin into a prince, he glimpses at a recipe for " Alaskan king crab.

He also appears in the Little Mermaid Broadway musical, where he was originally played by Tituss Burgess , and has also been performed by Alan Mingo Jr.

Sebastian appears in The Little Mermaid Live! Sebastian will appear in the live-action remake of The Little Mermaid. Flounder is a yellow and blue tropical fish despite the name, he is not a flounder and Ariel's best friend, voiced by Jason Marin in the film, who also provided vocals in-character for the tie-in music album Sebastian From The Little Mermaid.

Flounder scares easily, and is prone to panicking under stressful situations like a single shark breaching the sunken ship, but when Ariel is in trouble, he comes through for her without hesitation.

In the film he is the only character to support Ariel's fascination with human things, and at one point gives Ariel a statue of Eric as a gift.

Flounder appears in all the episodes of the prequel television series, sharing constant adventures with Ariel and in the episode "The Evil Manta", shown how he first met Ariel when they were children.

According to the television series, Flounder's real name is "Guppy Number 35". In the series, he is voiced by Edan Gross and Bradley Pierce. He grew up and became a father himself, with five children of his own and he first meets Melody in Morgana's lair.

In this film, he is voiced by Cam Clarke. He has a larger role in The Little Mermaid: Ariel's Beginning , which shows an alternate version of how he first meets Ariel and later unknowingly leads her to the Catfish Club.

In this film, he is voiced by Parker Goris. Flounder appears in the Kingdom Hearts series , where his role as Ariel's friend remains.

His biggest role in the series is in Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories , where Ursula kidnapped him to force Ariel to give her the trident.

He also sings his part in the song called "A New Day is Dawning". He is also a remote-controlled playable character in the same game seen holding a big conch shell on his head with your help to catch the voice orbs.

Flounder appears in the stage adaptation of The Little Mermaid. His supporting role is similar as in the film, but he does not give Ariel the statue of Eric, and does not help Ariel reach Eric's wedding barge, as the Vanessa subplot has been removed.

However, Flounder performs a new song titled "She's in Love", which he sings with Ariel's sisters when they notice that Ariel has been acting "fishy lately".

The stage role was originated by Cody Hanford and J. Singleton, but the two actors had to leave the show when their height overshot that of Sierra Boggess, who originated Ariel.

Flounder also appears as a puppet in The Little Mermaid Live! Child actor Jacob Tremblay will voice Flounder in the upcoming live-action remake of the film.

Scuttle scully is a seagull and friend of Ariel, voiced by Buddy Hackett in the film and sequel. He presents himself as an expert on human objects, with whom Ariel consults about items she salvages.

He refers to a fork as a "dinglehopper," and a smoking pipe as a "snarfblatt. On the third day, Scuttle discovers that Vanessa is actually Ursula, and immediately tells Ariel.

Scuttle appears in two episodes of the third season of the prequel television series in which he is voiced by Maurice LaMarche.

The episodes he appears in are "Scuttle", where Ariel, Flounder and Sebastian meet him for the first time in which he claims his name was originally "Scuttlebutt" but he changed it "for obvious reasons" , and "Island of Fear".

In these episodes, Scuttle's explanation of human things is a mixture of correct and erroneous. Scuttle also made a cameo appearance in an episode of Quack Pack.

Scuttle appears in the stage adaptation of the original film, where he sings two songs: "Human Stuff" and "Positivity.

In the stage musical, Scuttle has a group of seagull friends, and together they perform a tap dance during the "Positoovity" number.

Scuttle has a non-speaking cameo in The Little Mermaid: Ariel's Beginning , appearing when Marina is on a rock at the surface animated the same way with Ariel when she sings a reprise for " Part of Your World " and is splashed by a wave.

A female version of Scuttle is set to appear in the upcoming live-action adaptation of The Little Mermaid. Ursula appears in the film. She is voiced by Pat Carroll , who also provides her vocals for all the canonical animated media.

Melissa McCarthy will play Ursula in the live-action film adaption. King Triton is the ruler of Atlantica and the father of Ariel and her sisters.

The sea king is unnamed in the Hans Christian Andersen version. Triton wields a powerful trident; the source of his apparently unlimited power.

The character is inspired by the son of the Greek sea god Poseidon , although the actual Triton is from Greek mythology and has two finned feet.

In The Little Mermaid , Triton shows severe distaste for humans, and Ariel's fascination with them strains their relationship.

Because of this, Triton orders his servant, Sebastian , to look after Ariel. When Triton discovers that Ariel has fallen in love with a human prince named Eric, he destroys her grotto and collection of human artifacts.

After Ariel disappears, Triton subsequently orders a search for her to apologize, not knowing that she has accepted Ursula's deal and become a human.

When Sebastian arrives with news of Ursula's scheme, he offers to take his daughter's place. Triton is transformed into a polyp by Ursula, but is restored to his original form when Eric kills her.

Seeing that Ariel is happy with Eric, Triton uses his trident to transform Ariel into a human. Triton is a regular character in the prequel television series, in which he is called by the son of Poseidon.

A number of episodes show conflict between him and Ariel. However, after Melody's life is threatened by Ursula's sister Morgana, Ariel decides that for Melody's safety, she must not know about the sea or her mermaid heritage, meaning that she cannot have contact with Triton and the other merfolk.

Triton reluctantly throws the necklace away and assigns Sebastian to watch over Melody for him. Morgana tricks Melody into stealing Triton's trident and makes Triton and the other merfolk bow to her, but Melody being human is immune to the spell and takes back the trident and gives it to Triton, who defeats Morgana by trapping her in a block of ice.

Triton then asks Melody if she wishes to be a mermaid permanently, but Melody instead wishes to destroy the wall that was built to stop her getting to the sea all those years ago.

He forces everyone and the city to follow a strict daily schedule, straining his relationship with free-spirited Ariel.

He eventually lifts the ban on music and appoints Sebastian as his court composer. In the stage musical , Triton is Ursula's older brother, and the two are each given equal share of the sea and one magical item each.

When Ursula began to abuse her power, Triton exiled her, though he did not take away her Nautilus shell. This stage role is originated by Norm Lewis.

In the Kingdom Hearts series of video games, Triton still plays the role of over-protective father and king of Atlantica. In the first game, his relationship with Ariel becomes strained due to his daughter's desire to see other worlds, and he initially distrusts Sora, Donald and Goofy when they first arrive in Atlantica, having somehow heard of the negative part of the Keyblade legend, but eventually respects Sora when Ursula is defeated and locks the world's keyhole.

He asks Sora, Donald and Goofy to take part in the music concert with Ariel, but Sora ignores Triton's request and helps Ariel become human to find and fall in love with Eric.

He is also part of the song called "A New Day is Dawning". After Ursula is defeated once again, he respectfully bids a final farewell to Sora.

He also appears in The Princess and the Frog as a parade float. King Triton is set to appear in the upcoming live-action adaptation of The Little Mermaid.

Javier Bardem will play him. In the film, they are voiced by Kimmy Robertson and Caroline Vasicek , and perform the song "Daughters of Triton".

Later, Attina, Andrina, Adella and Aquata make a brief appearance together with Ariel, in what appears to be the palace dressing room.

In this scene, Ariel emerges from behind a curtain of seaweed swimming dreamily and hums a few lines from "Part of Your World".

The sisters notice a change in Ariel's mood and conclude that Ariel is in love. All six sisters appear again in the end of the film together with Triton, smiling and waving to Ariel after she marries Eric.

In the second film, the sisters play a minor role with only Attina, Andrina, Aquata and Adella having dialogue. Glut is a ferocious great white shark and a minor antagonist of the film.

He first appears where Ariel and Flounder are exploring the Sunken Ship are collecting human artifacts and pursues them trying to kill them, but somehow gets his head stuck in an anchor and was not seen again for the entire film afterwards.

He makes minor appearances in the television series and also appears as a boss in the Kingdom Hearts where Sora and company at first can escape fighting him, but he must be defeated later to enter Ursula's lair.

Flotsam and Jetsam are Ursula's green moray eel minions, voiced by Paddi Edwards in the film. They do Ursula's bidding and act as her spies, keeping their eye on the events unfolding in and around Atlantica.

They are tasked with following Ariel and reporting her actions back to Ursula. They eventually manipulate Ariel into visiting Ursula to attain human legs.

They are ultimately killed by Ursula inadvertently in the film's climax, and Ursula subsequently mourns for them. Flotsam and Jetsam appear in the prequel television series alongside Ursula.

They also appear in the Broadway stage musical, where the roles were originated by Tyler Maynard and Derrick Baskin. The eels also appear as puppets in The Little Mermaid Live!

Grimsby is Eric's majordomo and confidant. He is voiced by Ben Wright in the original film. In the opening scene, Grimsby is shown as not having the stomach for the sea, and dismisses the sailors' stories about merpeople living under the sea.

Through dialogue, Grimsby reveals that he worries for Eric, and has been hoping that the prince will settle down with the right girl.

For Eric's birthday, Grimsby presents a statue he had commissioned of Eric in a dramatic pose. Though Eric and Max disapprove of the statue, Grimsby is proud of it.

Later, when Ariel has become human, Grimsby grows fond of her and encourages Eric to give up his dream girl for one "of flesh and blood". Grimsby appears briefly in the sequel, in which he is voiced by Kay E.

In the stage musical adaptation, Grimsby says that the reason he wants Eric to marry is because he Grimsby had made a promise to Eric's late father to ensure it.

Though Grimsby is reluctant to believe Eric's story of being saved from drowning by a girl, he comes up with the idea of holding a contest in which the princesses of the land are to sing for Eric, in the hopes that one of them will be the right girl.

In the stage musical, the role is originated by Jonathan Freeman. Grimsby also appears in The Little Mermaid Live!

Max is an Old English Sheepdog and Eric's pet. Unlike all the other animals in the film, Max is minimally anthropomorphic and does not speak in the human language.

Max's barking and growling is provided by Frank Welker throughout his animated incarnations. During Eric's birthday celebration, Max catches Ariel's scent and tracks her down, licking her on the cheek in an apparent show of affection.

When the ship catches fire, the sailors escape safely, but Max is left behind. Seeing this, Eric dives out of his lifeboat and climbs back on board, grabbing Max and tossing him to safety.

Later, when Eric is brought to shore safely by Ariel, Max smells out his master and rushes out to greet him. Max is also able to smell Ariel who is hidden off-shore behind rocks, but Eric does not understand his barking.

After Ariel has made her deal with Ursula and is brought to shore as a human, Max leads Eric to her, recognizing her as the same person, though Eric cannot.

Eventually, Ursula herself appears in the guise of a human girl named Vanessa to distract Eric from kissing Ariel before the third day is up. Max is the only character in the human world who can fully see Vanessa for who she really is and is seen growling furiously at her during her and Eric's wedding, and she kicks him directly in the face.

When Scuttle and the sea animals try to stop the wedding, Max assists by biting Vanessa's rear, giving Scuttle the leverage to break the conch shell containing Ariel's voice.

Max makes a few brief appearances in the prequel television series and the direct-to-video sequel, and is the only named character of the original film other than Vanessa who does not appear in the stage musical.

Max does however appear in The Little Mermaid Live! His accent implies that he is French, and he performs the song "Les Poissons" in which he happily cooks seafood in the castle kitchen.

According to dialogue by Carlotta the house maid, Louis' specialty is stuffed crab. This puts him at odds with Sebastian, who accidentally ends up in his kitchen and frantically tries to get away from him.

This rivalry is extended to the wedding in the finale, where the chef again chases Sebastian in an attempt to cut him up.

He also stars in one of the episodes of Disney's Marsupilami and Raw Toonage as a noise hating hotel guest with his victim, Sebastian as the hotel manager.

Louis also makes an appearance in the episode "Ariel's Treasures" where he accidentally steps on a whisk called a "whirly twirly" by Ariel and it slips into the water when he is making recipes.

In the stage musical, Louis is head of a group of chefs that work in Eric's castle. He performs the song "Les Poissons" from the original movie.

A reprise is performed by Louis and all the other chefs as they present their fish masterpieces to Ariel, Eric and Grimsby. Carlotta works in Eric's castle in a role suggested to be similar to a housekeeper, though it is not stated outright.

She reappears in the sequel, apparently continuing her role after Eric and Ariel are married and have a daughter of their own. She is voiced by Edie McClurg.

In the stage musical, Carlotta develops an affectionate maternal relationship with Ariel. Carlotta sings in the musical number "Beyond My Wildest Dreams", where she berates the other servants who gossip about Ariel.

Near the end of the musical there is a contest where the princesses of the land are to sing for Eric, in the hope that one of them will have the voice of the girl who saved his life.

Urchin is an orphaned merboy with an olive-green tail and is one of the main characters of the prequel television series , in which he is a close friend of Ariel, Sebastian and Flounder, and often goes on adventures with them.

He is voiced by Danny Cooksey. Urchin first appears in the fourth episode of the series, "Urchin". In it, Urchin is seen to be an orphan who lives by himself and wants badly to have friends.

He is approached by small-time villains Lobster Mobster and Da Shrimp , who bring him into their gang and use him to steal food for them. Urchin manages to steal food from the palace, but in doing so is confronted by Ariel.

Ariel tries to befriend Urchin, who at first rebuffs her. Urchin shows his true colors when he helps Ariel escape after she is kidnapped by Lobster Mobster and Da Shrimp.

He even stops Crab Louie from stealing from the royal treasury. This earns him a kiss from Ariel. A friendship is forged when Urchin follows Ariel's advice and apologises to King Triton for his behavior.

In the episode "Trident True", Urchin plays pranks on Ariel's sisters Arista, Attina, Andrina and Adella and buys a Father's Day present for King Triton, implying his closeness with the royal family, and Ariel's sisters admit that they look on him as their own little brother.

Gabriella is one of Ariel's friends. She is a deaf mermaid with a pink tail and matching shells who communicates with sign language.

In her first appearance, before she meets Ariel, she sees her singing the first part of a song called "Daring To Dance" and sees her twirling about a music box with a figure of a ballerina on top of it.

Ariel stops abruptly upon seeing her, but Gabriella encourages her to continue.

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