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Desmond Taylor - a free-spirited loner and heir to a family fortune - didn't mean to fall in love. But when he stumbles upon a beautiful archer deep in the wilderness, they begin an electrifying and wild romance like no other. To make matters even more complicated, the woman is the goddess Artemis.

Like her Mount Olympus kin, Artemis has walked among mortals for thousands of years. But Desmond and Artemis's isolated paradise is violently shattered when they're tracked down by the goddess Athena's insane mortal son: a man hell-bent on killing every last god.

Thrown into a fight to the death, Desmond finds himself traveling the globe at Artemis's side, dodging bullets and proving himself as a fighter. Now, the gods must come together to defend themselves - or risk dying violently at the hands of the psychopath who is hot on their heels. While they are skilled in battle, there are but a few gods left to fight the steady onslaught of mercenaries sent by their vicious nemesis. Can Desmond stop the massacre of the last immortals, or could this truly be the end of the gods?

©2015 David Welch (P)2015 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.

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The Cowardly Gods and Spoilers

The title of this book should be The Cowardly God's. This was a major disappointment for me because I am a big fan of the Pantheon / Faye genre.

First this is a one shot book because the author takes to killing immortals off left and right within a couple hours. Apparently the immortals after 4000 years of living on earth have 0 resources to pull from to stop 1 psycho mortal ( 60 years old ) because they are running for there lives most of the time like cowardly chickens. The mortal who is sending hit squads out to kill the immortals has a Army unlimited Russian hit squads members that seem to have a Teleportation ability to show up out of the blue in any part of the United States and the world undetected by law enforcement.

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Greek Gods, Murderer intent to kill them all!

The Gods' Day to Die
By: David Welch
Narrated by: Scott Merriman
I really enjoyed this book. If you like Greek gods and the possiblity that they could be alive today, then this is your kind of book. Our man guy meets a gorgeous gal, of course she is gorgeous, she is a Greek god. But soon she is on the run for her live. Seems someone is picking off the last of the gods. Really exciting with wonderful characters, good plot, and lots of action.
Narrator is awesome. He performs the voices and keeps the action and emotions perfect.

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The gods should have "died" sooner.

The gods should have "died" sooner -- much sooner. The story was too predictable. I was predicting lines far too often.