Cora has it all, but she doesn't have a man. They keep dying on her.
She is the immortal Greek goddess Persephone, drinking and reveling in a Malibu beach house in the twenty-first century. But no matter her wild antics or psychotherapy, nothing can ease the pain over her latest husband's murder. Except perhaps the prudish but handsome Mr. Gabriel Cartwright.
Gabe is a young East Coast realtor who's hired to transfer her things to her new home in Toronto. Cora likes him. He has such a kind and sweet heart. But her lover holds secrets. He is a member of a nymph race that Imada, an ancient order of gods, has been hunting to extinction; a race Persephone has fought millennia to protect. That's why she hired him. She wants to be close to him. She wants to care for him. Only Imada cares for Gabriel too—they want him dead.
Cora will protect her man or tear Imada apart trying.
Although CORA, in her full-fury, is a part of the Furies series and chronologically takes place before My Evil Eye, CORA is a complete stand-alone novel that can be enjoyed without reading any of the other books.
Content warning: CORA is a contemporary urban fantasy romance containing profanity, sex scenes, and adult situations.
Enjoyable read! I appreciate the author’s attention to detail and ability to make me care not only about the main character but also about the other details in the story.
Loved the book!
Loved the book! This book truly has it all! Cora is spontaneous, a bit crazy and truly knows how to have a good time. The excitement just keeps coming. This is definitely one of those “can’t put it down” books. A must read.
Must Read- Has it all. Romance, Action, and Sex
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I have been a big fan of Greek Mythology for many many years. One of the biggest things I appreciated was the way that the Author was able to incorporate it throughout the book.
The main character Cora is something else. At times she is crazy, conniving, immature but when you really learn her story you will understand why. The Author was able to develop her character so well that I was able to learn to care for her.
I truly enjoyed this book very much. I loved it so much that I also ordered the paperback copy to add to my bookshelf book collection.