greek gods

Pegasus’ Top Ten Ways to Ruin Ariston’s Day

Pegasus' Top Ten Ways to Ruin Ariston's Dayby Guest Blogger

Rebekah Lewis is the author of the Cursed Satyroi series. The second book, Under the Satyr Moon comes out April 11! Every hero needs obstacles to get around when trying to win the heroine’s heart. For Ariston, one of his biggest hurdles is trying to find alone time with Lily without her “chaperone” getting in […]

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Review: Enraptured (Eternal Guardians, Book 4) by Elisabeth Naughton

Review: Enraptured (Eternal Guardians, Book 4) by Elisabeth Naughtonby Sharon S.

Reviewed by Sharon S. This story picks up right after the events from book #3 Tempted. You can read this as a standalone and enjoy the romance between Orpheus and Skyla, but you will be missing out on extensive world building and overall story arc information. Naughton does a good job of giving you the […]

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Get into Bed with Tina Folsom (Author Interview)

Get into Bed with Tina Folsom (Author Interview)by Keira

Keira: How did the Out of Olympus series first come to you? Tina Folsom: I read a Greek God romance where a Greek God  was locked in a marble statue, and I thought the idea was very clever. Unfortunately, the execution of the idea wasn’t to my liking, so I looked around to find other […]

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Guest Review: The Heart of War by Lisa Beth Darling

Guest Review: The Heart of War by Lisa Beth Darlingby Keira

by Sandra Scholes, guest reviewer Greek myth and Celtic myth meet in this novel of passion and sexual attraction. Although the Greek myth and god part it taken lighter than expected as Ares has quite a list of personality traits to deal with, or more is the case, what other women have to deal with, […]

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Review: The Heart of War by Lisa Beth Darling

Review: The Heart of War by Lisa Beth Darlingby Sharon S.

by Sharon S., guest reviewer It doesn’t take long to realize Ares is an ass. He is definitely the spoiled, self-important brat that the gods of Olympus think he is. Lots of stories like to romanticize the Greek gods, but in reality they were a petty and mean bunch of beings. As a fan of […]

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Writing a Series

Writing a Seriesby Guest Blogger

by Judi Fennell guest blogger and author of Wild Blue Under Thanks so much for having me here to talk about my latest release, Wild Blue Under, the second of my Mer series. When I first started writing this series, there actually hadn’t been a series. I was writing my “little talking fish story” just […]

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Review: In Over Her Head by Judi Fennell

Review: In Over Her Head by Judi Fennellby Keira

In Over Her Head is the ultimate beach read. No, seriously, it is. You have talking fish, Mers (only humans would classify them by gender), sea monsters, underwater cities hidden by the Greek gods, heirs, thrones, adventure, a cache of diamonds… there’s so much going on in this book. In so many ways this book […]

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Vampires, Then and Now. . .and Then

Vampires, Then and Now. . .and Thenby Guest Blogger

by Cassandra Pierce, guest blogger and author of Heirs to Darkisle. The early descriptions of vampires that have come down to us through folklore, provide a stark contrast to today’s hunky, bare-chested bloodsuckers who no longer necessarily suck blood. It’s true that some of the old, scary vamps sometimes ran around shirtless (they might, for […]

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