Medusa vacays on the Italian Riviera to stop her best friend from destroying the world.
I'm staying off the coast on the Italian Riviera in Portofino. Have you ever been? It's this gorgeous bay surrounded by rectangular red and yellow pastel buildings with swanky shops, restaurants and gorge trails.
Well, I don't want to be here. And I really didn't want my lover to join me. See, I came to protect my friend. The ancient Greek gods of Olympus claim Arachne holds the Scepter of Azure. The Scepter is a weapon that can freeze an entire city. Well, I don't really care about the Scepter, I care about my friend. Of course, Arachne can hold her own. Don't ever underestimate animals like spiders—or snakes, like me, for that matter.
The Guardian is a short story.
Medusa returns from My Evil Eye in this vacation urban fantasy novella. Although The Guardian is chronologically Book II in the Furies series, this book is a distinctive stand-alone that was written to be enjoyed without having read the first novel, My Evil Eye.
Content Warning: The Guardian contains a sample from My Evil Eye. There are sexual scenes, including one with violence that might be triggering to some readers. Expect profanity, violence, and adult situations.