An Angel in Tartarus [NOOK Book]

Overview

She came to Tartarus to look at the great Hades, what she found was more than she bargained for. An Angel is Tartarus is a short story prequel to Loving the Goddess of Love from the Children of Khaos Series and briefly introduces Hephaestus’ first lover known only to him as Angel.
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An Angel in Tartarus

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Overview

She came to Tartarus to look at the great Hades, what she found was more than she bargained for. An Angel is Tartarus is a short story prequel to Loving the Goddess of Love from the Children of Khaos Series and briefly introduces Hephaestus’ first lover known only to him as Angel.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940149481910
  • Publisher: Ruis Publishing, LLC
  • Publication date: 6/20/2012
  • Series: Children of Khaos , #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 666,426
  • File size: 145 KB

Meet the Author

Stephannie Beman is a rancher, or more precisely, a city girl turned ranch-hand, living in the original homestead cabin with her family and cooking on a wood stove. She’s a mother of two rambunctious girls surviving on little sleep, lots of coffee, whose backyard includes about 300 acres for her kids to get lost in. She’s married very understanding and loving rancher who chuckles at her many random and geeky moments, and tries his hardest to keep up with the latest idea roaming through her head. Not as easy as it sounds, but he’s weird too, so it works out.

Stephannie is a writer whose teenage love of words and reading pretty much anything she could get her hands on only fueled her already fertile imagination and fostered a love of distant times, ancient myths and legends, alien planets, space travel, fantasy worlds and magical quests, and exotic lands which have heavily inspired her writing. Only after meeting her husband did a dash of romance and a pinch of erotica enter every story. Now they abound with forbidden love, sexy heroes, strong heroines, dark secrets, and passion. In her worlds legends walk, love is eternal, fables are alive, fairy tales have lessons to teach, and myths are survivors of bygone years.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 26, 2013

    A nice prequel, BUT....

    This story was rife with spelling and gramatical errors, not just a few-MANY!!! Found myself making mental corrections on almost every page. A shame really, the story was good otherwise.

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