Another fantastic mix of Greek mythology & modern times . If you haven't read Hades by this author you need to , it will help fill some of the story in . Veva & Solis are both victims of their selfish parents , neither trust easily , Veva's future is damaged by her mothers past , at times i felt like crying for the gorgeous but so insecure girl , not quite believing that she is good enough for anyone never mind the son of a god . Solis lives a life of luxury with his man slut of a father but always knew his forever girl was out there , unfortunately most people think like father like son . An emotional story from beginning to end although at times i did feel like shaking Veva & telling her to trust Solis . Looking forward to more from this author .
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Viva Matron is is feisty and distrusts men. Solis Cronus is a Greek god who likes to play women. With their distrust/hatred for each other but electric feelings when they touch ,can that hate turn to love instead?
This was a great story putting ancient Greek characters into a modern day setting. I loved the 12 days (when you read it you will know what I mean) which was mega romantic and just made you feel all gooey and also jealous (we all need something like that). It was well written and everything was clear and easy to understand and feel. Now I want to read more to see what happens next!
At 1st Veva loathes Solis because she just sees him as a user, a playboy. But who can say no to a god? Over time she thaws to him, i think the turning point was when they painted. There was more to it. He is determined to prove himself to her. There phrase is "I will follow you". They both hold true to the statement.
We also saw more of Persephony and Hade. I still want to understand what happens with them and the fact they still have to be seperated. Also, the fact i do not trust Zeke. I want to know if my instinct is right. I do believe that he will die by Solis's hand. Roll on #3
Even thought this can be read as a standalone i would say read hades first just because its also an amazing book!! . Books based around greek mythology very often dont manage to hold my attention but i loved this . The author gives a different take on it all which i think is great . A must read .
the next chapter in the lives of these gods and their children, and this one is hotter than hell (literally!!) We learn more about these characters of mythology and their children and families and it is brilliant.