Daughter of the Earth and Sky
Some vows can never be broken.Persephone thought she could go back to her normal life after returning from the Underworld. She was wrong. The goddess Aphrodite is born among the waves with more charm than she can control. Zeus is stalking Persephone and her loved ones, and Thanatos is no longer... show more
Some vows can never be broken.Persephone thought she could go back to her normal life after returning from the Underworld. She was wrong. The goddess Aphrodite is born among the waves with more charm than she can control. Zeus is stalking Persephone and her loved ones, and Thanatos is no longer content with Persephone's silence.He wants her soul.Persephone can't tell anyone about Thanatos' betrayal, and it drives a wedge between her and Hades. Her mother is still keeping secrets, and Melissa's jealousy of Aphrodite threatens to tear their friendship apart.Alone, Persephone turns to a human boy for comfort. But will their relationship put him in danger? Sacrifices must be made, and Persephone must choose between her human life and her responsibilities as a goddess. If she doesn't, she could lose them both.But will either life be worth choosing once Zeus is through with her?
Publish date: December 21st 2012
Publisher: Musa Publishing
Pages no: 228
Edition language: English
Series: Daughters of Zeus (#2)
If Persephone had just started the sequel with "I will never swear fealty to Zeus," that might have solved 3/4 of her issues in this book. Or at least 1/2. I don't know. I came into this book really excited, but grew more and more frustrated when I realized that all her problems hinged on her "OOPS!...
Continuing on with the story that was started in Persephone (Daughters of Zeus #1), this book gives further glimpses and insights into the mythical characters introduced. While some questions were answered from the last story, so many more questions were raised, and the adventure became deeper and ...
*I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review* My name is Kimber Leigh and I'm a mythology addict. Greek, Roman, Norse, Celtic; doesn't really matter, I love it all. My favorite pair has always been Hades and Persephone. It irks me that Hades tends to be portrayed as a vil...
Review also posted at Ja čitam, a ti?I guess this had to happen sooner or later. For the first time since I've started reviewing and blogging I forgot to do a review for a book. I'm extremely sorry for that and I'll give my best not to do this again. So few months ago I've read the first book ...