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The vampires want liberty at any cost. The demigods want to protect the city.

Gertie has found herself an unwitting member of a vampire uprising, even though her heart is being pulled by its enemy, Hector.

How could she possibly leave Jeno, who needs her now more than ever?

The vampires have been oppressed for centuries in caves beneath the acropolis without economic resources. They've been wronged, and Gertie wants to help to liberate them.

But the vampires want liberty at any cost--even human life. Can Gertie go along with that?

"Eva Pohler's knowledge of the Greek gods and goddesses brings the tale to life. Her unique creation of the vampire history creates an interesting story that seamlessly blends together in modern day Athens."--Lisa's Book Lair ★★★★★

"Even better than the first book!"--Erika the book lover★★★★★

"Wow! This series is so spellbinding that I'm going to be suffering tomorrow when I'm exhausted from staying up all night! I love Hector, Jeno and Gertie! Don't miss this exciting installment!!"--Stephanie V.★★★★★

"I really enjoyed this book. After reading book one of this series I was hooked and book two did not dissapoint. I loved getting to know the characters and was totally sucked into learning their stories. If you enjoy paranormal romance or Greek mythology you will enjoy this series."--Goodreads Reviewer ★★★★★

"Hooked! I've really enjoyed this series so far. I love all the mythology that plays into the story. Very good pace and doesn't drag anything out too long. I can't wait to ready the next one!"--Sara Mckelvey Brown★★★★★

"This book was amazing and addictive! I couldn't put it down!!! I love vampires as much as I love Greek mythology so another reason why I love this book! I can't wait to read more of this story."--Goodreads Reviewer ★★★★★

"I absolutely love Eva's take on this with the combination of Greek Mythology and Vampirism. She takes two very different subjects and combines them effortlessly. The story flows very nice and just when you think things are going in one direction, there is a twist and you are pulled in another."--Eagleman73★★★★★

"This was an absolutely amazing continuation of the series, and I couldn't put it down. It made me laugh, it made me cry, it made me think, it showed that sometimes it isn't about good and evil, but perspective and communication, and it sated my need for more Greek mythology Pohler style! There were some major feels in this book, but it was definitely worth it. I absolutely can not wait for the next book!!!"--Nastasia Nazar ★★★★★

"A vampire story with a unique plot twist. Which you don't find many. Eva creates twist and feels for you to love it while your heart gets broken at the same time. I really enjoyed it and I'm picky with my vampire ones. Eva spins a fantastic story and leaves just enough for you to take the bite and really want to know more."--Kerri Dawn Simpson ★★★★★

Young Adult
May 11
Eva Pohler
Smashwords, Inc.

Customer Reviews

Lisa Bateman ,

One of a kind, with a big surprise at the end

OMG! I think this author is trying to kill me! This was so good! There was a big surprise at the end. And of course, a small cliffhanger but it was in a good spot. And it was so good, who’s counting as long as I have the next one RIGHT NOW lol. I have gotten so close to these characters. Some I love to hate and was happy about some things, which I’m dying to tell. I am torn between Jeno and Hector. And will Gertie ever be human again? The whole mythology with the gods is amazing. I love how it’s woven all throughout the book. We meet a lot of the gods in this one. I really liked the snake and how the S’s were hisses lol. Gertie seem to not so much go back and forth with the two guys but tries to consider their feelings equally. They are all three together throughout the book trying to save the vampires and just keep an uprise from happening. We even get to visit Hades in the underworld. If you haven’t read or listened to the first book, I suggest beginning there or you will be lost.

The narrator was ok. She’s perfect at telling the story but not very good at the voices, especially the male ones. Most sound the same and mechanical like a computer. It sort of takes me from the story at times but not too bad. I think she did better in this book than the first. She does have a pleasant sounding voice though. The book is so good, I highly recommend it and the audiobook.

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