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Gwen's barely gotten a taste of normal when her resident god shows up with an assignment. The bridge between the human world and the world of the gods is weakening, and the nine hosts of Heimdall must find each other if they hope to fix it. One small problem - Gwen and the Keens must travel to another world to find Heimdall's remaining hosts.

Gwen has always relied on books for her education, but no amount of reading can prepare her for what waits outside the human world. The people are different. The rules are different. She's different. As Gwen struggles with her growing attraction to her step-siblings, loyalties are tested and sacrifices made. But when the giant-infested Joaquin threatens to come between them, how much will she sacrifice to unify the group?

Contains mature themes.

©2018 Lena Mae Hill (P)2019 Tantor

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the first was not that bad but

this book is not worth listening to the first one is a pretty good start but this one lost me fairly quick it was awful and they still haven't gotten rid of the awful guy narrating the male parts

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It's okay

The story runs through some worlds of Nordic mythology, but it is something very superficial. The plot is centered on the conflicting relationship between the brothers. It is a tiring book, which only gets a little better at the end.



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way to explicit for a ya novel

for a y a novel this was way too explicit. I didn't finish it. the first book was ok.

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unbelievably horney

the lead character is too horney, half of this book is about her horniness. She's always lusting over them its disgusting! Im just curious of how the story plays that's why Im putting up with it.