Medusa, A Love Story
Publish date: May 2012
Publisher: Crescent Moon Press
Pages no: 325
Edition language: English
Series: Loves of Olympus (#1)
When I was first asked to read this, I didn't know if I would like it, especially since I wasn't sure if it would have a Happy ending (which is a must for me) but I was surprised by how much I enjoyed reading Medusa. At first I had a bit of a hard time getting into it, I don't know if it was just me...
Also on my blog: http://livelaughlove.ydesigns.net/bookreview-3-medusa-a-love-story/When I was younger I had always been a bit into Greek mythology. Now, I don't remember a lot about the things I read when I was younger... I do know that I always saw Medusa as a mean snake-headed unloving person and...
"She was once most beautiful, and the jealous aspiration of many suitors. Of all her beauties none was more admired than her hair..." - Ovid, Metamorphoses Book IV:753-803Medusa, mortal daughter to Phorcys and Ceto, is a priestess devoted to the goddess Athena. Ariston is Medusa's warrior guard who ...
A tragic romance like no other!As priestess to the Goddess Athena, Medusa's sole purpose is to serve. When she meets the handsome warrior guard Ariston, Medusa begins to question her duty to the Goddess. As time passes, Medusa finds herself falling for Ariston and when she is set free from her dutie...
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