Go home, myths, you're drunk.
After a magical accident, Zita Garcia and her two closest friends wake up stranded in an ancient Greece that could only have existed if all the myths were real and somewhat inebriated.
Unfortunately, they can only leave with help from the locals, not all of whom are friendly. The dryads are downright deadly, and even the normally chatty centaurs aren't talking. To convince them to assist, Zita and her friends will have to go questing, just like in all the classic fantasy novels. The ones Zita never bothered to read.
If they win, they'll get the help they need.
If they don't, they better get used to togas.
Toga is the fifth in the Arca superhero urban fantasy series and includes contains deliberate historical inaccuracies, immoderate language, lame sexual innuendo, and comic book violence.
About the Author
Karen Diem is pretty certain people would rather read about upcoming releases than about her, but to be safe, she put information about both on her website.
For a quick overview, Karen was a nonfiction writer for a number of years. As she found herself unable to stop writing entirely, she decided to turn to her true vocation, fiction writing. The first work she was willing to publish became Super, and a new career was born.
Not surprisingly, Karen likes books, lots of books. She is also fond of her long-suffering family, big dogs, and the Oxford comma.