House of Terrors
It’s been months since Laurel left her home and family to escape her destiny – a destiny that has her giving birth to a demigod. She’s getting by with the help of Aurore, a Titaness with a dangerous secret of her own, who becomes charged with Laurel’s protection. One day, when Laurel accidentally meets the now cold-blooded Sampson, she knows she has lost his love for good. And when she learns the ugly truth about her mother’s death, she never again wants to have anything to do with the Olympians, resigning herself to a future in safety among the Titans. Only when she finds out that the Keepers will stop at nothing to get her back, and that her family is in immediate danger, she returns to Sooke where the son of darkness is waiting for her – and he is determined to fulfill his and Laurel’s destiny.
THE AMBROSIA TRILOGY
House of Guardians
House of Terrors
House of Divinity
Author's note: this trilogy contains violence, strong language, and graphic sexual content. Book 1 and 2 end on a cliffhanger.
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Sucked in immediately
The second book is even better than the first. We get to know more of the Olympians and Titans, plus more family. The deceit, lies, and omissions keep to the same Greek tragedy story lines that we grew up with. The symbolism is sometimes obvious but other times just a ripple. And as always, to avoid tragedy love with all your heart and avoid treachery and hubris.
Totally hooked! Love 💕 💕 these books
I love this series
I finished the first book in three days. But this one....let me just say it kept me busy during Hurricane Irma. I finished it in one day and I couldn't put it down after that. It's the best book I've read In a while. I stopped reading for a long time but this book made me want to pick up more books. I love this series and I can't wait for the third book.