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Nia and Loren go head-to-head with ancient Greek gods in the next installment of this epic urban fantasy adventure series....

Nia Rivers knows that immortality comes at a cost. So when she finds out that the Greek gods have devised a way to offer everlasting life to humans, she heads down to Athens to find out more about the mysterious cult of Demeter.

What she doesn't expect to learn about is her own hand in the rituals.

With her bestie, Loren, by her side, Nia must determine if the Olympians are the righteous gods they proclaim to be, or the villains in this chapter of history. The broken heart she's still nursing from Zane's betrayal, and the conflicting feelings she has for Tres, aren't helping. But if Nia can't get her head in the game, the Titans will rise again, and the souls of all humans on Earth will be at risk....

©2017 Jasmine Wat & Ines Johnson (P)2017 Jasmine Walt & Ines Johnson

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Book 2

Demeter’s Tablet finds Nia & her gal pal meeting up with gods. This story is about 1/4 archeology, 1/2 mushy love triangle, and 1/4 action. The story is good but if you were expecting the amount of action seen in the first book you’ll likely be disappointed. The first hour or so, the narrator comes off as mechanical (same as the 1st book) with unnecessary & unusual slight pauses after each sentence.