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The Darkest Prison (Lords of the Underworld, #3.5) - Gena Showalter
The Darkest Prison (Lords of the Underworld, #3.5)
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3.60 455
Format: kindle
ASIN: 6587520
Publisher: HQN Books
Pages no: 65
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Ultramarine rated it
4.0 The Darkest Prison (Lords of the Underworld #3.5) [Atlas & Nike]- Gena Showalter
This is a side novella to the Lords of the Underworld Series. The Lords are mentioned very briefly but nothing specific. You shouldn't read this one if you haven't read the 3rd book since there are two spoilers [spoiler] Cronus mentions Danika being the eye and also Sienna is held at his court (as ...
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salythereader rated it
2.0 The Darkest Prison (Lords of the Underworld, #3.5)
Years ago Nike, the Greek Goddess of Strength fell for Atlas, the Titan God of Strength and was all set to free him despite the peril to her when she found out she had been played and that Nike had seduced several other guards to free himself. Enraged she burned her name on his chest and now with th...
Julie - Read Our Lips!
Julie - Read Our Lips! rated it
The short book, The Darkest Prison, begins with Danika awakening from a bad dream. Reyes soothes her and she immediately sets to paint the images she has just envisioned. The painting shows a man Reyes does not recognize – and the man is being tortured in Cronus’ throne room. Reyes and Danika then a...
willaful rated it
2.0 The Darkest Prison (Lords of the Underworld, #3.5)
Is it just me, or is it kind of weird for gods and goddesses to use “Gods!” as an exclamation? It would be like me exclaiming, “Humans!”This opens with the reunion of Atlas, Titan god of Strength and Nike, Greek goddess of Strength: "His godly counterpart. His enemy. And an all-around grade-A bitch....
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