The Greek gods are alive and well. But, unfortunately for the gods, the humans have all but forgotten their glorious existence…and this fact really pisses off the all-powerful, immortal beings.
Apollo, the Greek god of the sun, takes one look at the mysterious Terese Lafitte and knows that he wants her. Even in this modern century, a god takes what he wants. But Terese isn’t a mortal, not any longer. As a newly turned vampire, her attraction to Apollo is downright lethal because desire arouses not just her body, but also her bloodlust.
But Apollo likes a woman with bite, and now that he’s found Terese, he’s not about to let the little vampires out of his sight or out of his bed. When Terese’s psychotic vampire ex begins to stalk them, Apollo knows that he will have to use all of his strength to keep her safe. Lucky for Terese, Apollo has more power than she could ever have imagined.
When you trifle with the sun god, you will get burned.
Warning: This story contains hot sex, a desperate vampire, and one alpha Greek god. Adult language included--and beware of the monsters.
Reviewed By: J9
In a Nutshell: Erotic short story for a quick read.
The Set Up: Terese is a newly turned vampire on the run for Eric, her maker. She needs blood so she goes to Club Hades where she meets the glorious Apollo. Apollo is the Greek Sun God and he can’t get enough of his sexy vampire. But Terese’s maker won’t lose her to Apollo and if he can’t have her then Apollo can’t either.
Why I Read this Book: I’m a sucker for a free short story and I’ve enjoyed books by this author before.
What I Liked: This is an erotic short story which starts only in the bedroom. I thought this was going to be the extent of the story but was pleasantly surprised when a plot emerges from all the sexy times. The plot is that Apollo enlists his royal family to help rescue Terese from her deranged maker. I like modern updates to the Greek gods and goddess so this part of the story was most enjoyable for me.
What I Didn’t Like: Don’t expect a lot of character development but given there’s only 65 pages to this short novella, that’s forgiven.