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    Goddess and hellhounds - oh my!

    Una is the eldest daughter of Poseidon and the Guardian of Pisces. Along with her water dragon companion, Drakon, she is sent to Earth by her father to rescue those she can and banish or kill the demons who are laying waste on the surface. She never expects that one of those she rescues is her soulmate -and a hellhound. Hellhounds are not on the side of the light and it is only when Brody swears himself to the service of Poseidon and the Light that keeps her from killing him. Brody, for his part, recognizes Una as soon as he smells her and knows she is his mate. He will not rest until she acknowledges it too and if that means he helps her on her quest, well, he's not opposed to that either. While this is a quick read, the set up to the plot takes a while as Ms. Mills ensures that the reader is aware of Una and her sisters' purposes and abilities. The result is a rather dense information dump. Once Una arrives on Earth, everything happens rather quickly. For a situation that is set up as dire, with the inhabitants of Earth at great risk, it ended up feeling quite ho hum, with much of the action and danger instead serving as an obstacle to get through to the sex scenes and thus felt quite rushed. The sex scenes are plentiful for such a short novella but felt a little repetitious at times. Perhaps my biggest complaint is that the situation that brought Una to Earth is wrapped up rather quickly. There are a lot of interesting ideas and plot points within this novella but they are not truly explored, perhaps because of the length. Bottom line: this is a fun short read, but it will leave you wanting.
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    I love shifters, i love the water, i love Gods....put them all together in a book written by Julia Mills and you'll strike gold. Demons, Greek gods and new shifters...a hell hound and a water dragon make for an interesting story which i refuse to spoil, so go read the'll thank me later

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