Once, Atlas, the Titan god of Strength, was the Greek goddess Nike's slave. Now, he is her master. And soon these sworn enemies destined to destroy one another will be forced to risk everything for a chance at love.
©2009 Gena Showalter; (P)2009 Audible, Inc.
I love being swept away by a new romance and thankfully Audible's ever growing Library means I get to indulge myself over and over again
If you've listened to the other Lords Of The Underworld books then you will know what you are getting - a love story with a twist. This one is about two gods - Atlas and Nike who start off hating each other then there's struggles and a happy ending.
What more do you want from a 1hr 51 minute book!!
This is a good direction in the series of the Lords of the Underworld. I am really looking forward to the next book and what part these two people play in it. There is also a glimpse into another book, I am looking forward to it also.
Loved it! I am happy it is one book in a series set. I loved the ones before this and I am sure I will love them through the last book of the series.
I'd consider trying something a little longer. This book is a short listen and just didn't pull me into the characters enough.
I'm not sure just yet.
Strong. Clear. Masculine.
There wasn't much story to bother cutting anything out.
I’ve literally read hundreds of story such as this one since I picked up my first romance novel at 13. There was nothing amazing about the story or the characters. The narrator did well but I think this is one of those stories that I’d have enjoyed more just reading rather than listening to.
This book is good but very short. There isn't enough time to develop the characters before the book is done. I'm hopeful there is a reason that will become evident in a future book.
Say something about yourself!
Seriously. I found nothing what-so-ever redeeming in the so called prequel novella for this series. This, however, did have a nice story to it and was a fun listen in and of its self. I'm not sure that added much to the rest of the series, but at least it felt like the same world, same author, etc where the prequel didn't.
Hello, my name is Teresa and I'm an addict.
Another hit from Gena Showalter to go along with her LOTU series. Hopefully we will see Nike and Atlas in the remaining series. I like how Gena arcs her stories so that there is a buildup of anticipation for her remaining books in this series. Plus we get to see how the other characters from previous books are faring. Since I like short stories this a good one to add to my collection, but it is advised to read books in order.
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