order to fulfill an ancient prophecy and save her people’s future.
With each failure, she returns to her parents’ kingdom under the sea,
to find comfort with her best friend and lover, Delphinos.
belongs with him. Watching her lose herself time and again, while she
searches for her future, is more than he can bear.
Halie is forced to choose between the good of her people and the love
of her life. And Delphinos has no intention of making her choice any
glimpses of the man he used to be. And when he touches her, there’s
no doubt he still cares.
kingdom and make her his.
nothing to do with his capture.
him by. The past couple of years, specifically, he—an once
omnipotent Titan—has been relegated to being part of a hotel
room’s Chaos-blasted decor. Worse, he’s lost all hope that’s ever
going to change.
one body part at a time.
statue, and only meant to dust him, but now he’s flesh again, he’s
not letting her get away. And not only because the uninvited son of
an Olympian claims Hyperion needs to bond with Olivia, to keep from
unraveling and destroying all creation.
blue-haired merman to make her heart and body yearn for him. And she
definitely didn’t expect him to read her thoughts or shape shift.
be wasting his time playing underwater taxi for this mortal female
with the supple curves and uncensored thoughts.
much more enjoyable.
spots in Atlas’ still, lifeless existence are the moments the
beautiful museum guard comes to talk to what she believes is his statue.
control of his body, to save Iphigenia—a mortal of no significance
in the grand scheme of things.
her? Why does every inch of his body ache to touch her?
with her, or boom goes the known universe.
eyes blue as the sea, saving her whenever things are bad.
again. Only Nerites is real, and when he saves her from drowning, a
whole new world opens up before her, and with it surface memories of
an impossible past.
gawking at Epimetheus while he digs his way out of the ground.
and save the world in the process. Because that’s how this Titan rolls.
front of Elpida, and if she isn’t mistaken, tells her in Ancient
Greek that he’s Prometheus’ brother, Epimetheus. Her precognition
gift—curse?—could at least warn her when things like this
are about to happen.
vision of loving Epimetheus and dying. Is it a glimpse of a future
she can’t change, or a past hidden from her?
the universe in the balance, can Elpida resist a Titan set on
claiming her? More importantly, does she want to?
a god opens up to her. Too bad she doesn’t get a say on the part she
has to play. The world is at risk, and she’s forced to remember a
past she hasn’t experienced, to help save it. Also, she’s supposed to
bond with a Titan she’s both never met before and always loved.
enjoying life, but this stubborn mortal version of his soulmate won’t
be wooed. She insists she’s not the woman he once adored. Can she be
the one he falls in love with all over again?
two rescue dogs, one of which may be part-pony. Sappy movies make her
cry, and she wishes she could take in all the stray dogs in the world.
on, including steamy romances her grandma would frown upon–nah,
Grandma would totally approve. Hailing from the land of Olympians and
Titans, she could only resist writing about mythical immortals for so
long. Her mythology romance boasts hot, powerful Alphas, who can
handle sassy ladies and will stop at nothing to make them happy.
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