IN THE WAR BETWEEN THE GODS…
No one patches up the incoming wounded like Dr. Petra Robichaud. Recruited by the gods for her uncanny medical skills, she's the best M*A*S*H surgeon in the army. Along with a nosy guard sphinx,vegetarian werewolf, and otherparanormal paramedics, she bandages soldiers who are built like Greek gods (literally). But when one sexy immortal ends up on her operating table—half dead and totally to-die-for—Petra's afraid she'll lose her patient and her heart…
NOTHING IS MORE DANGEROUS THAN LOVE
Commander Galen of Delphi is one gorgeous but stubborn demi-god. When his spirit tries to slip out of his fatally wounded body, Dr. Petra has to slip it back in—unwittingly revealing her ability to see ghosts. Now that Galen knows her secret, he's convinced she's part of an ancient prophecy. If the oracles are right, Petra could lead Galen's army to peace. And if he seduces her on the way to hell and back? Heaven knows—all's fair in love and war…
Petra Robichaud is a doctor on the front lines of an unusual kind of war. The gods of Greek, Norse, Egyptian, and other myths never disappeared. Instead, they ve been locked in a deadly war for thousands of years. The two armies old gods and new gods regularly conscript human doctors to treat their wounded soldiers, and the war plods on without end. Galen of Delphi, a Greek demigod soldier who shows up on Petra s operating table, thinks Petra is the key to ending the war, as described in an old prophecy. The connection between the two is instantaneous. Petra is terrified of their mutual attraction and the prospect of fulfilling the prophecy, and she alternates between pushing Galen away and giving in to lust. The premise shows promise, but there is little character development to support it; Petra and Galen roll from one sexual encounter to another, and there s no attempt to explain what makes them tick.