Winter of the Gods

Orbit: Hachette. (Olympus Bound, Bk. 2). Feb. 2017. 480p. ISBN 9780316385916. $26; ebk. ISBN 9780316385893. FANTASY
Selene DiSilva, aka the Greek goddess Artemis, has always thought of herself as a loner. But the events of The Immortals caused her to reach out to her Olympian siblings in order to stop a cult that sought to use the death of a god to gain immense authority. She even found a tentative romance with classics professor Theo Schultz, who helped her catch the god's killer. Unfortunately, someone spilled the secret of divine sacrifice, and Selene is furious to discover that she and her fellow deities are once again in the line of fire. Selene is forced to confront conflicted feelings about members of her extended family, as well as her growing affections for Theo. What happens to the goddess of chastity if she falls in love?
VERDICT Readers who enjoyed the first book won't be disappointed, as this time around the stakes are much higher.
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