Series: Daughters of Zeus #2
Publication Date: December 21, 2012
Publisher: Musa Publishing
Life is hell right now for Persephone, the aftermath from her encounter with Boreas and the secret she promised to keep without really knowing the extent of it, is having a toll not only on Persephone but also on the God on the Underworld Hades.
Persephone is getting used to the idea of living between to realms, living with the mother that keeps lying to protect her and suddenly having a new sister with now idea what role Zeus had installed for her.
I feel that Kaitlin Bevis is more in tune with her characters in this book, which makes the story flow and make you guess what is Zeus thinking? How can Persephone break her promise? And other twist and turns this book takes as it develops.
In the first book it was kind of weird that they just took the Persephone story out of the Greek Mythology, but the author is adapting some of the events that are attached to Persephone's myth and bringing it to the 20th century.
I just love Kaitlin's Hades he makes the story have some eye candy for me and it is interesting the way we get to see Persephone and Hades's relationship where they try to make it work and not everything is handed to them just because they are gods.