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Apollo [Twelve Labors 3] (Siren Publishing Classic ManLove) by Cree Storm

[Siren Classic ManLove: Erotic Alternative Fantasy Romantic Suspense, M/M, spanking, HEA] Murray and Apollo have silently loved each other since the day they met. When they go to the lands below to find the stolen scrolls needed to release Zeus from prison, Apollo and Murray discover they are mates. Murray is blissfully happy until he is kidnapped. Taken to an old mining cave, Murray is scared. He knows that Apollo is doing everything he can to find him. However, Murray also knows that Hera and Aries will be there soon to take him and the scrolls away. Not wanting Apollo hurt, Murray tries to escape, only to find he is not alone in the cave. Traipsing through the Mountains of New Mexico, looking for his mate, is not what he had envisioned on his Honeymoon phase. Finding out who took his mate not only angers him but also hurts because trust is not something he gives freely. However, Apollo will find his mate before it is too late or die trying. ** A Siren Erotic Romance

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ISBN-13: 9781632588241
Publisher: Siren Publishing
Publication date: 01/26/2015
Pages: 126
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.27(d)

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Apollo [Twelve Labors 3] (Siren Publishing Classic ManLove) 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
CrystalMarie218 More than 1 year ago
To be completely honest up front, the one thing that I loved about this book was Murray. His true innocence was just amazing and it was really fun getting to see the world from his perspective. Apollo though, I thought he was a jerk in the beginning of the story, and even still come the end of the book, I just couldn’t connect with him. I was very happy that I didn't feel as though I was reading the previous books in the series when I started this one. It started off completely on it's own and I liked that. It did seem as though we were introduced to quite a few new characters throughout this part of the series. It almost left me wondering if they were all setups for the future books in the series. I thought it was smart to a degree that the author did that, however it was a bit confusing trying to keep everyone straight. Overall, I can’t wait to read more into this series and I really want to find out what’s going to happen next. Reviewed by Crystal Marie for Crystal’s Many Reviewers *Copy provided for review*
AGoodell More than 1 year ago
This is book 3 of the Twelve Labors series, Apollo and Murray story. Apollo is also in the Great Hall when Hera and Aries tell everyone they have taken Zeus and is also sent on a quest to find a mate. This upsets him more that he wants, because he has been in love with Murray for ages. Murray is the Scroll keeper, living full time in Atlantis. Never been outside of this sea world, he knows his love for Apollo could never be. Just like the first books, this one also starts in the Great Hall and Cronos telling them to get to Atlantis. After Apollo gets there he notices that Murray is acting very nervous and they quickly find out that he told Hera and Aries how to capture Zeus.  Once everyone settles down, Murray than explains that he left out important details that would be found in the scrolls. He and Apollo head to the scroll rooms, only to find that someone has taken the scroll needed and the only one to find the scroll is Murray. Apollo is commissioned to help, protect Murray. Even though Murray doesn't want him to because he knows on this journey Apollo will find his mate and that will not be Murray. We also have Lachesis, the last of the three Fates helping. This is the light thread, Fate. I enjoyed this story better than the first two, but still found too many players and too much going on to be able to really connect with the two main MC. However, I’m a sucker for the woe-is-me; I’m not worthily, which Murray plays perfectly. Plus it was nice to be able to see the world through his eyes. Not ever being out of Atlantis, so the underworld, Earth, is amazing to him.   And Apollo comes off more Alpha male then the previous MC’s, which I also enjoy. But by the end of book 3, we are running the same path and same story line. Pretty predictable, however, if the end characters are going to be book 4 mains, then we have added another layer of myth and crazy.   I was given this for an honest review by Crystals many reviews