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(The Titan’s Saga – Book 2)
by Leia Stone
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
PNR, YA/NA, Fantasy
Available on Kindle and Kindle Unlimited
Down & Dirty
Maisey is back with more hashtags in this fast paced continuation of Godly porportions. Free on Kindle Unlimited.
What is it about?
(Blurb from GoodReads)
Maisey thought the worst thing to happen to her was Insta shaming or a midnight shift at the Crab Shack. Until she got dragged into the world of the gods.
Or more specifically, the world of one very annoying, bad at sarcasm, sex on legs, Titan.
Cronus was everything she never knew she wanted, or needed, in her life. And then he just left.
Left her alone, with no idea what’s happening to the world, what’s happening with the sins.
Only someone miscalculated. Whether it was Cronus or the fates, there’s no way they can do this without Maisey.
Turns out, she’s the most important piece
Thoughts on Wrath of The Gods
Maisey, Maisey, Maisey…. what are we going to do with you? Irreverent, immature, impulsive and far too often vapid, this ‘Gram hungry gal is back with a vengeance, and she’s mourning the loss of Cronus. Or rather, the abandonment of Cronus, but don’t tell her she’s mourning… she’s not ready to hear it, and it won’t make the forced babysitting gig by Rhea (remember her? The EX-WIFE??) any better.
Fortunately, or perhaps unfortunately, that little sidestep doesn’t last long and soon enough Masiey is back in the thick of things, necklace on, Gods angered, Sins taunting and Titans whirling. It’s messed up, it’s fast, it’s hot and it’s surprisingly emotional.
I still struggled with the plethora of hashtags, yet they feel suited to the character and her wishes (not to mention her growing then slowing ‘Gram account), and were often quite funny… #RheaOwesMeTenBucks.
I both love and hate Cronus, even as I understand him…. or, at least his motivations (though that takes a little while). He’s brash, a pure Alpha and totally convinced he’s right, so, in other words, he’s a Titan. With family issues.
All in all, this was a fun read that advanced the meta-plot well, while offering up a heap of humor, lust and pop culture. Fair warning, it ends on a cliff, though not an incredibly harsh one.
Character Age Range
My Final Verdict on Wrath of The Gods
Funny, hot and filled with modern references and humor – this is a charming read that is almost as aggravating as it is entertaining. Free on Kindle Unlimited.
Published March 29th, 2020
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