- Tamara Gill
- Release Date
- October 2014
Action/Adventure Romance, Contemporary Romance, Fantasy Romance, Historical Romance, Paranormal Romance, Time Travel
Chloe, beautiful and privileged daughter of a powerful god, literally has the world at her feet. Until she falls in love with a Scottish druid. Her enraged father sentences her to an endless cycle of birth and death; each life spent yearning for a man she no longer knows or remembers.
Scottish druid, Cian McKay searches the world for his long lost love, only to have her appear at the local pub in his highland hometown. Cian must win Chloe's heart again but without the ability to tell her who she is.
Back in the place where she first loved Cian and fell from grace, Chloe's memory haunts her with images that could not possibly be true. She must find the truth and the only way is a confrontation with the Deity who banished her a thousand years before – her father, Zeus.
Can love conquer hate, revenge and even family duty?
Caitlin, daughter of the most powerful god Zeus, has one mission. Hunt down the Titan who betrayed her father and kill him. But what if your target is more human than deity, more wickedly attractive and sexy than anyone you'd ever met?
But Zeus is a god who does not forgive and Caitlin swore to obey the decree of Olympus.
Can she complete the quest asked of her? Or will a Titan, a sworn enemy, show this goddess that true love really can conquer all...
Sara Daniels needs to change her life, so she sets out to run her late grandmother's farm. With no man at her side, and deserted by friends who can't abide her obsession with mythology, it's the perfect time to escape.
Hermes, favoured son of Zeus, has been framed by his hateful stepmother, Hera. Fleeing Olympus with his life, he finds himself in an abandoned farmhouse in the middle of nowhere. It's the ideal place to hide from Zeus that is until the owner– a woman with long, flaming red hair and the darkest blue eyes he's ever seen – decides to move in.
Sara's family has divine secrets that even she's not privy to. Hermes' secrets, however, have the
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