Pros: The heroine’s problems don’t make her whiny or incapable of action.
Cons: The villains can be more comical than threatening at times.
Rating: 4.5 out of 5
Review book courtesy of Penguin Group
Two goddesses of Mount Olympus have been locked in a struggle for the fate of humanity for thousands of years. Warrior Brody Talbot fights on the side of Themis, goddess of balance and justice. Enyo, goddess of war, seeks power to destroy the human race. A prophecy exists that says that the five Summoning Stones of ancient Egypt discovered several years ago could be a means to unlimited power, but there is only one person who can harness that power. Ava Harrison is trying to continue the legacy of her murdered father, an Egyptologist, and she’s just gotten the job of curator of an upcoming exhibit featuring the Stones. She can’t help but be suspicious of Brody, who keeps showing up in her life all of a sudden, but she can’t deny the attraction between the two of them. Brody finds himself shocked by the depth of feeling between them, but if they want to find out where that heat leads, they’re going to have to outrun a very angry Enyo…