For the Love of Gods
The gods have fascinated mankind since…well, forever. These all-powerful beings seem to have it all; knowledge, strength, beauty, immortality. But what is all of that without love? Whether they bask in the white glory of Mount Olympus or lurk in the shadows of the underworld, most gods can barely understand love, much less feel it.
And this is why the gods can’t resist humans, no matter how insignificant they feel we are. “FOR THE LOVE OF THE GODS” shares the stories of how a handful of unfeeling, untouchable, and oh so sexy gods find themselves at the mercy of the human heart. Along the way, Fate forces both god and human to work together to prevent the release of the Titans. Failure will mean an age darker than man or god has ever imagined.
Thanatos, Dionysus, Eris, and even Poseidon; just a few of the mighty who will fall.
Everything Caerus Thornton touches turns to gold… or dies.
She’s escaped death time and again, but those close to her aren’t as fortunate. Caerus knows she’s lucky to be alive, but wonders if the loneliness is worth the trade-off.
Thanatos, god of death, has an almost flawless record until he encounters Caerus. For some reason, he can’t fulfill the simple task of delivering death to the tiny blonde fated to die in the delivery room.
Furious at his failure, the Fates exile Thanatos on Earth, where he must remain until he redeems himself in the eyes of his fellow gods.
Somewhere along the way Thanatos finds himself falling for the woman he’s spent more than two decades trying to kill. And Coming Soon…
Chaos carefully orchestrates the pawns in a game no one knows they’re playing. Her goal: redesign Dionysus’ Fate.
To appease Hera, Zeus exiles his Halfling son, Dionysus, in Elysium. For years, Dionysus slips away from his prison undetected … until he crosses Aphrodite.
Angry with Dionysus for discarding her, Aphrodite follows him to Earth, and casts a spell that could alter Olympus forever.
And the seed she plants bears fruit.
If he finds his heart, Dionysus can rule it all, and free Chaos from Tartarus, but in the end, her most valuable player may be one whose future is not yet colored by Fate.
Eris, Goddess of Discord, has protected Gavin Maenad from birth. Gavin is a Halfling, the bastard son of a god and a human. He has no idea what he is or where he comes from, but suspects his absent father is the source of his ability to see into the souls of others.
With Eris’ invisible guidance, Gavin uses his power to determine who is fit to live… and who is not. As with all secrets, though, Gavin is discovered. Halflings are forbidden on Olympus, but Eris realizes she’s not ready to give Gavin up yet.
To keep him, she must defy the Fates and risk invoking the wrath of the gods.
A stranger gifts Penelope an amulet. In return, Penelope must write about Hera’s freedom, but the stranger doesn’t reveal that the amulet belongs to the god, Apollo.
Suddenly. Penelope’s words are dangerous, because whoever possesses the amulet can change the future…
Torn between her attraction to Apollo and terrified by the gods trying to recover the amulet, Penelope rushes to finish her book. But in a reckless moment, Penelope writes a divine plot twist that releases an entity thirsty for blood and vengeance, and alters the fates of the gods and humans forever.