One murderous mission. One killer case of PMS. Who said "the curse" was a myth?
The Medusa Trilogy, Book 1
Ever since the original Medusa ticked off Athena by bragging about her beauty, her cursed daughters have been paying for that mistake. To this day, successive Medusas play cat and mouse with the descendants of Perseus, known as the Harvesters.
When Kallan Tassos tracks down the current Medusa, he expects to find a monster. Instead he finds a wary, beautiful woman, shielded by a complicated web of spells that foils his plans for a quick kill and retrieval of her protective amulet.
Andrea Rosakis expects the handsome Harvester to go for the kill. Instead, his attempt to take the amulet imprinted on her skin without harming her takes her completely by surprise. And ends with the two of them in a magical bind-together.
Though their attraction is combustible, her impending PMS (Pre Magical-Curse Syndrome) puts a real damper on any chance of a relationship. But Kallan isn't the only Harvester tracking Andi, and they must cooperate to stay at least one step ahead of a ruthless killer before they can have any future, together or apart.
Warning: A hunter who's fallen for the woman he's bound to kill, a Medusa who must trust him with her life, and a magical curse only love can break.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
A solid 4.5 stars for me, I really enjoyed this book. HEA, and no cliffhanger! While paranormal romances aren’t normally my first choice of reading material, I won this book from Delilah Devlin’s blog when Elizabeth was a guest in late December so I thought I’d give it a try. I’m really glad I did. I’m pretty sure that Hunting Medusa is her first published book and I hope it isn’t the last. The story really kept my attention and it was hard to put down. The blurb is accurate so I won’t rehash the story. There is no cliffhanger and there is an HEA. How Andrea (Andi) and Kallan overcome the obstacles in their path to happiness provided suspense and lots of reading enjoyment. The other thing I liked is that I didn’t feel the paranormal aspect was overwhelming. For most of the book there was not a lot of time where I had to completely ignore reality to enjoy the story. I’m not sure if it was the great story-telling or if there just wasn’t an overt amount of the paranormal stuff. In any case, I really liked this book so even if you don’t usually like the paranormal romance genre you might want to give this one a try.
What a great twist on Greek mythology. Andrea & Kallan don't have your normal relationship problems. He's there to kill her and she can turn him to stone. And you think you've got it bad? But when the heat turns on for these two, there's no going back! Looking forward to book 2!