Book Review: Lover, Divine by A. Star

Lover Divine eBook SMTitle: Lover, Divine (Mythos: Gods and Lovers #1)
Author: A. Star
Genre: Fantasy Romance
Age Group: Adult
Rating: 4 stars
Purchase: Amazon
Review copy provided by Enchanted Book Promotions in exchange for an honest review.

For fans of the Oracle of Delphi series…and for those who aren’t…

Born into one of the wealthiest families in Ireland, Siobhan Law has status, privilege, and a secret: The Greek gods of Olympus and their kingdom in the clouds are real, and her family acts as one of their agents on Earth.

When the beautiful immortal celeste Liam Argyros shows up claiming to have come to Earth to deal in the affairs of the divine, Siobhan finds herself unable to resist his charms. New to the game of passion and seduction, she quickly ends up in over her head, sinking deeper with every attempt Liam makes to win her over.

But Liam’s divine mission is far more complex than she ever imagined and nothing is truly as it seems. Because Liam has a secret of his own: He is Apollo, Olympian god of the Sun, and his mission will never be complete until he has claimed Siobhan’s heart forever.

WARNING: For readers 18+ only. Contains adult language and sexual situations.

Lover, Divine is an interesting book featuring the Greek gods. Since I’m a huge fan of Greek mythology, I really wanted to read this one. It turned out to be a pleasant read, focusing mostly on Apollo – or Liam, as he portrays himself throughout the book – the Olympian God of the Sun. The other main character is Siobhan Law, whose family acts as an egant for the Greek gods on earth. They’re called Influentials. From the moment Siobhan meets Liam, she falls head over heels for him. Liam, however, is on a mission of his own, and he won’t stop until Siobhan is his.

The romance was a bit too instant for me – I prefer a slower romance. But that’s probably the only complaint I have about the book. Both Liam and Siobhan are both interesting characters, especially Liam, given he’s a Greek God. The mythology and world-building is interesting, and the writing was strong.

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