It's not easy being perfect . . .
But Aphrodite is determined to prove that she's more than just a pretty face. So when she's asked to investigate strange events occurring on cruise ships, she's all over it. Little does she guess just how much this mission is going to cost her . . .
The problem--demigods are mysteriously disappearing. Prepared to investigate, Aphrodite manages to charm herself into the best room on the ship. Unfortunately, the room is already taken. It belongs to the one demigod immune to her charm: Adonis.
Aphrodite doesn't know what to make of Adonis. He obviously disapproves of her . . . yet he saved her life. And he's hot! Then again, Aphrodite is still reeling from a disastrous--yet incredible--fling with Ares. Gods, these men are going to be the death of her.
But then Aphrodite realizes that Adonis could be the next target, and her investigation becomes personal. Only the more she uncovers, the clearer it gets that she's in over her head. Confronted with a strange and powerful new opponent, Aphrodite realizes she might not be as immortal as she thought.
And Adonis may not be the one who needs saving . . .
"Everyone needs to check this book out. I can't rave enough about it. Bevis is definitely a new talent to keep an eye out for. I give this 5/5." Sarah Brown @ Head Stuck in a Book
"This story will completely suck you in . . . This book is the first of a trilogy, and I can't wait to see what's in store for these amazing characters." Amazon Top Reviewer, Melissa Groeling, Author of Beauty Marks
"I congratulate Kaitlin Bevis on completely fooling me with such clever plotting. I await the third book, The Iron Queen, with great anticipation."--Rally the Readers Review on Daughter of Earth and Sky
"This is a series that has really taken me by surprise. Persephone and Hades will work their way under your skin, and their story will keep you addicted from beginning to end."--Readers Live 1000 Lives on The Iron Queen
Kaitlin Bevis spent her childhood curled up with a book and a pen. If the ending didn't agree with her, she rewrote it. Because she's always wanted to be a writer, she spent high school and college learning everything she could to achieve that goal. After graduating college with Masters in English, Kaitlin went on to write The Daughters of Zeus series. kaitlinbevis.com
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I am usually not one for books with who have characters with serious mental health issues. I find many of them don’t do justice to the struggle and pain that these issues bring to the one who is struggling and those who love them. This series really surprised me though. It was well done. I was caught and held by the struggles of both the main character and the supporting cast in this book. Even the villains seemed real and their struggles clear. I loved this book. The characters have believable flaws and strengths that make them engaging. I was really touched by the story. It takes so much skill to weave a tale this close to mythology and have it turn out utterly unique and thought provoking.