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  • Definitely a series to read. Loved the story

    If I ever doubted that I need to read this series, now I don't. I loved that this book explores the ruthless side of the ancient gods, something that I've missed reading about, to be honest. I liked the fact that Zeus is portrayed as a bad guy, and I'm super excited to see how that will play out in future stories. Erebus is pretty much a mystery for the entire story. I didn't feel like we get to know him well enough, but that is appropriate, since he doesn't know himself all that much. He doesn't remember his past, he doesn't know much beyond being a slave to the gods, and that makes him hard to understand to be honest. I would have wanted to see that side explored a bit more, but since this is a novella I kind of get why his story remains a mystery. All I know is that he is pretty sexy. Sera is a good heroine. I spent a lot of time wondering about her, but once the full story was revealed, I understood why she ran away, why she stole something precious to Zeus, and why she tried everything in her power to keep the god from getting the object back. I truly felt sorry for her, especially once her past was revealed. I also couldn't help but admire how stubborn she was, even though it made no sense at the time. I got to the end of this book and, I'll be honest, I was a bit miffed that it ended as fast as it did. I wanted to read more, which I'll definitely do, because all this mystery surrounding the war between Zeus and everybody else is making me curious. Also, I love how Sirens are portrayed in these books, like they're the ultimate army that Zeus has. Or does he? The book is pretty sexy, and Erebus and Sera have a ton of chemistry *fans self*. I also like how they eventually allow themselves to be vulnerable around each other. I'm only sorry we didn't get to see more than a glimpse into their past as trainer and trainee. I bet that was fun. The book is really fast paced and I finished it pretty quickly. The ending was surprising, especially by how simple it all turned out to be, which I loved. As I said before, I'll definitely be reading the entire series in the future, because I'm truly curious to see how it all started and also what it all means.

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  • "Hunted" - Book 8.75 - Eternal Guardians series

    I just finished reading this novella October 23, 2017. This is my review. What a great addition to the Eternal Guardians series. I really enjoyed this book about Erebus and Seraphine (Sera). These two characters were introduced in book 8 'Awakened' and I'm so glad they got their HEA. You can read this novella as a stand alone but would be enjoyed even more if you are familiar with the whole series and all the characters because a lot of them show up in this novella which is a nice surprise for fans of the series. Erebus is a primordial god in service to Zeus currently being used as a trainer in the art of seduction for Zeus's Siren army. But Zeus has given him a new mission; find the rogue Siren that failed her training and is on the run, escaping her punishment. When Erebus finally catches the Siren and realizes it's Sera, the Nyphm he trained in seduction over a eighteen months ago, he can't believe it. She's the only trainee that ever made him feel alive and he never forgot her. He can't possibly bring her back to Zeus for punishment. Erebus's sure there's more to her escaping than a failed test and he's determined to find out the truth. Sera is on the run. She's stolen something from Zeus and is determined to protect it and make sure Zeus never gets it back. The fate of Argolea depends on it. But when she's caught by Erebus, the god she stupidly fell in love with and then was rejected, she can't deny the attraction they still have for each other. If he find out the truth of what she stole, he'll bring her back to Olympus, back to Zeus, who will surely kill her. Such a good overall story line in this novella. I don't want to give away the plot because that would ruin the story for you. The sexual chemistry between Erebus and Sera is extremely hot. Their attraction to each other burns the pages. The feelings they have for each other are expressed really well. Their doubts about each others motives gives these characters an emotional journey toward their HEA. For a novella, their relationship develops really well. It was great seeing characters from almost all the previous books make an appearance in this novella as well. The overall story line was well thought out and flowed really easily. Lots of action as well as romance. Very well done. Overall, I really enjoyed this novella and I can't wait to read what comes next in this series. I highly recommend it.

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