Jealousy doesn’t look good on Athena, the goddess of war and wisdom. Escaping her half brother’s happiness, Athena takes a prototype military jet for a joyride. An unexpected malfunction crashes it in a Georgia swamp. She wakes up to find herself in the cabin of the sexy yet surly Mack Bradshaw, a tow truck driver who pulled her from the blaze but doesn’t seem to want her or anyone around him. The attraction to Mack is primal, a force she can’t deny. Can she fight the urge to have sex with him or will she give up being one of the three Maiden Goddesses and surrender to him? And what will the rest of the Pantheon have to say about her big, bad savior?
She literally fell from the sky. Mack frees the blonde from the burning wreck of the jet and brings her into his home despite his dislike of virtually everyone. When the fiery beauty is near him, she sets off an ancient need, one his bloodline calls to him to act on. Can she accept his true nature and be his mate? And when an ancient evil threatens to take her from him for eternity, can he partner with her family, the Greek Pantheon, to save her?
When the goddess of wisdom and war takes a prototype jet out for a little joy ride things end up going wrong and she’s ends up crashing the jet in the swamp in Georgia. There she wakes up in the cabin of a man named Mack who saved her from the flames of the jet and even he doesn’t know how she survived. Little did Athena know that she was in the presents of a werewolf, and Mack didn’t know he aced a goddess, they both attracted to each other and after Mack deflowered a maiden goddess they became mated. With ups downs twist and turns can a goddess really care about or even fall in love with a werewolf, and can a werewolf put the things that haunt him from his past away and let hi true feelings come to the surface. This was an amazing book with a lot of fire and passion and funny sibling moments after all they are gods and goddesses after all.
Review by Twinsie Dee
Tricia Andersen lives in Cedar Rapids, Iowa with her husband, Brian and her three children – her sons, Jake and Jon, and her daughter, Alex. She graduated from the University of Iowa with a Bachelor of Arts in English and from Kirkwood Community College with an Associate of Arts degree in Communications Media/Public Relations. Along with writing, Tricia enjoys coaching and competing in track and field and traveling to cheer on her children in their various activities.