Artemis has a plan. Her eye has fallen on the throne of Olympus, and she'll do anything to get it. She knows Zeus won't give it up so easily, but she's determined to dethrone him, none-the-less. Her father is known for his infamous romps amongst the mortals. Surely, there must be something she can use against him?
When her attention is drawn to Callidora Spiros, she soon realizes that her father does indeed have secrets. Brazen and beautiful, the girl piques her interest in more ways than one, though Artemis isn't quite sure as to how she's truly tied to the gods. Intent on discovering what her father has kept hidden for so long, she'll need as much help as she can get.
Demanding and willful, Artemis has been known to achieve her every whim. With the bat of an eyelash, or a simple word, she's wrapped many a man around her little finger. The gods, on the other hand, aren't so easy to bring around. Never-the-less, she's going to do everything possible to gain the upper hand. Mount Olympus will be hers, with or without the help of the other gods and goddesses.
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About the Author
She enjoys reading books, listening to music, playing the occasional video game, watching movies, and spending time with friends and family. She's also a bit of a computer geek.
Her writing genres of choice are Science-Fiction/Fantasy, Romance, Paranormal, Short Stories, as well as Poetry. She's currently working on several projects such as The Secret Keeper, Tales of Velosia: The Prophecy, The Corsicanth Princess, and many more.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I have always loved anything about the gods. The Goddess’s Wishes by Lissette E.Manning is a wonderful read into the life of Artemis. This short story is intriguing and left me wondering what would happen next. The myths behind the Greek Gods have always been alluring and the author captured that allure factor of the gods in this story. Artemis is on a quest to find the bringer of Calamity, will she find her in the end? The goddess also wants more so much more, will she be able to claim what she truly believes is hers. I look forward to what the author has in mind for us in the next book. *DISCLAIMER* I was given this book as a free ACR copy in exchange for an honest review.