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Thursday, 10 January 2013

For the Love of Hades by Sasha Summers

Hades, God of Death, has no heart. Persephone is determined to prove otherwise…

Hades, the Lord of the Underworld, has no patience for living things or his Olympian brethren. His purpose is order, administering justice to those who enter his realm, and keeping the balance decreed by the Fates. Meeting Persephone sways his focus, her gentle sweetness threatening his control. But he will not be tempted.

Poseidon’s scheming wreaks havoc upon Persephone. Hades has no choice – he must rescue her.

Hades awakens something within the Goddess Persephone. She feels no fear from his brooding presence. In truth, she’s never felt so alive. Every stolen moment together only confirms her instinct: he is meant to be hers. Such a powerful union suit will face opposition – from Olympus, her troubled betrothed, the Fates, even Hades himself – but she is determined to win his heart.

Rhonda's review! 

Sasha Summers captured my heart with her story of Medusa  and I was very excited to have the opportunity to read For The Love of Hades.  What a wonderful addition to her Loves of Olympus series!!  

This is the story of Persephone and Hades, these two characters are written brilliantly!  I immediately fell in love with these two, Hades with his quiet broodiness and inner conflict in regard to Persephone.  Summers did such a fantastic job with Hades, I really loved reading him.   And Persephone is just too cute with her light, sweet, fun personality.  I really enjoyed the exchanges between them early in the story, namely Persephone hanging out in the tree, which made me really root for these two. 

Sasha’s writing is just beautiful, almost atmospheric.  If you read and loved the first book Medusa, then you will love Hades! I also loved Poseidon once again. He’s so bad, I can't wait for his book!!! Beautiful Job Sasha!

boy, I can’t wait to read his book!!

1 comment:

Sasha Summers said...

I'm so glad you enjoyed Hades story Rhonda! Not as heavy as Medusa, but a bit steamier I think. Never fear, Poseidon's tale is coming - he's too easy to love to hate. LOL~!

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