(Reviewed by Ishita RC)
Sacha was born into slavery to demented Gods. All her life she only knew the meaning of torment and anguish until she was gifted as a Guardian of the Realms. She has learnt how to hide her pain and shame under the cover of duty and family. The last thing anyone imagines waking her is a God with the strength and potential to unravel her entire world.
Hades is the most powerful of all Gods, but he finds himself surrendering to Sacha. Now that he has find his soulmate, will he lose her to the evil raging outside and the tormenting past that is raging inside Sacha?
This was a totally different way of looking at the Greek Gods for sure. The chemistry is definitely powerful and intertwined throughout the entire plot. Being the 8th book, there is obviously a gap in my knowledge regarding the plot line. But somehow I didn’t notice any lag while reading the book. The characters are strong and the familiarity definitely shows a smooth transition from the previous books of this series. I actually liked this version of Hades more than the ones I have seen and read.
As the title suggests, there is definitely abundance of explicit content and I can vouch for the explosive chemistry that has been used to sketch out the characters. However, more than the sex, the chemistry actually helps in building up the personalities of each character. This definitely adds up to the plot.
My opinion: Definitely an explosive series to get your hands on.