The Gorgon Bride by Galen Sulak-Ramsey
You are a world famous pianist, you sit down to practice, an instant knock on your front door interrupts you. Upon answering it, you find out that the Greek Gods are back, and an Orca falls on you, in the middle of Kansas.
Then comes the fun. The fun the Gods anyway. it is the love story of the last Gorgon, he 21st century human man that is not quiet dead so can look upon her and not be turned to stone. They and their love is caught in a fight between the Goddesses Athena and Aphrodite, and don’t forget to through in Ares, he and Aphrodite are still sleeping together so he pretty much still lets her pull his strings.
One quest after another, into the Underword, a favor of Hades, back up topside, opps, lost Hades’ scepter. On and on, don’t trust the great Heroes in the Elysian fields. Oh, and don’t forget the first love that has been brought to you, she stays with you as your friend through all of it, but that is not what Aphrodite is trying for.
I like this book. It kept me throughly engaged, page to page, chapter to chapter. Lots of action, and true love that wouldn’t give up. A fight between sisters that put the poor human in the middle that didn’t even know they existed beyond a fairytale or two as a child. Though he did catch up pretty quick, which made me proud of him.
Five starts for character development, and plot line fullment. The words used fit the plot wonderfully, and kept you reading. I just might be looking for next book in the series. Thank you for sharing your world with us, Mr. Surlak-Ramsey.