Series: Titan #1
Published by Spencer Hill Press on February 16, 2015
Genres: New Adult, Fantasy, Romance
Format: Kindle eBook
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The Fates are cackling their bony asses off...
It's been a year since Seth made the deal with the gods that pledged his life to them. And so far, the jobs they've given him have been violent and bloody--which is kind of all right with him. But now Apollo has something else in mind for Seth. He's got to play protector while keeping his hands and fingers off, and for someone who really has a problem with restraint, this new assignment might be the most challenging yet.
Josie has no idea what this crazy hot guy's deal might be, but it's a good bet that his arrival means the new life she started after leaving home is about to be thrown into an Olympian-sized blender turned up to puree. Either Josie is going insane or a nightmare straight out of ancient myth is gunning for her.
But it might be the unlikely attraction simmering between her and the golden-eyed, secret-keeping Seth that may prove to be the most dangerous thing of all.
Because history has once again been flipped to repeat.
A spin-off to the Covenant series, this next trilogy focuses on Seth as he works with the gods to help restore balance to the world after several titans are freed. Review time!
I really loved learning more about Seth. He was one of the more intriguing characters from the previous series. I also enjoyed the secondary characters, although the majority were characters from the previous series. However, I struggled to really love Josie. It’s not that she is a poorly written character, it’s that she reminds me so much of other female characters in past JLA books. I didn’t feel anything really set her apart, particularly from Alex in the Covenant series.
I absolutely loved the setting. I don’t know what it is about Greek mythology, but it gets me excited every time. The plot hooked me completely as it explored the titans and demigods. I’m less excited about the turmoil between the full bloods and half bloods, although I do appreciate her intertwining the past narrative with the current narrative.
tl;dr Really interesting plot and mostly enjoyable characters adapt to the events from the previous series.