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Mount Olympus meets the paranormal.
Juliet needs to feast to appease the thirst cursed upon her by a former lover. She picks her victim - a strong, sexy MMA fighter she's never heard of. After a night of mind-blowing passion, she prepares her attack. Except, he isn't an everyday, ordinary, average guy. He's a god. More specifically, he's the Greek god of war. And he'll move heaven and hell, defy his parents, and destroy all in his way to make her his.
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- Trisha C.
Juliet and Romeo
Juliet is a vampire looking for her next victim! She goes to the cage fight..There she sees Romeo, oh so handsome. She has her eyes on him. But hes not just an MMA fighter, he actually is Ares, the Greek God of War. This story has paranormal mixed with some Greek mythology. it's different from what I read and listen to. It was entertaining.
Claire Joseph narration was good.
- Miss Blush
Ares Meets His Match Outside of the Ring
When I read the title with "DC" in it, I immediately thought of the superhero comics, but as it turns out, there are Greek gods roaming around in Washington, DC! Call it kismet, or serendipity, or fate, but "Romeo Lynch" meets his Juliet in the form of a vampire. They both crave each other instantly, and soon, the whole (dysfunctional) Olympus family gets wind of this. How is it that I find the relationship woes of the Greek god of war so relatable?! I rarely see a story that focuses on Ares as the main character; he's usually in the background while Apollo is living it up in the spotlight. I found myself rooting for this unconventional couple, even if everyone else seems to disapprove of them. In fact, they all seem hell-bent on having Juliet killed! Not to mention there's some pathetic dude on a power-trip out hunting her for the past half-decade. The poor girl doesn't even deserve it because she was tricked into the life of blood lust, then abused and abandoned by her former lover.
What's surprising about this book was how tender Ares was to Juliet. He's developed a softer side around her. I liked the side characters too, especially Pan. I was so amused when he found the energy to laugh at Ares' expense while in such a weak state. Since this is a series, I wonder whose story it will be in the next book. Also, as if the sample was not obvious enough, things get super steamy🔥 from the start, so you've been warned. I enjoyed everything about this story. Unfortunately, there were a couple issues with the audio: 1) certain parts seemed muffled or distorted and 2) the narrator sounded really new, like this was her first audio book recording. If Claire is performing the rest of the series, hopefully she will improve as time goes on. I wasn't annoyed with her voice at all (there's plenty of narrators who I skip just after a few seconds of the sample) so that's a bonus. If you're in the mood for some hot greek mythological paranormal action, then this one's for you. #AudiobookObsessionReviewer