Series: Modern Descendants
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Phyre has a haunting past. The girl without a last name and fire in her hands burns with a history of destruction to save herself. Solace is finally found in the cozy comfort of Hestia’s Home, a place for women who need hiding. Just like her five surrogate sisters-in-solitude, Phyre yearns to extinguish memories and rekindle her spirit. Her plan blazes forward until he arrives.
Hephaestus Cronus considers himself an ugly man. A near-death accident left him disabled but not without heart. His gratitude lies with the protection of his foster mother, Hestia. Running from a failed relationship, Heph only desires the familiar fires of the hearth at her home. Burned from the heartache, Heph never expected to spark a new flame in the rose-bud-cherry-haired girl missing a name.
This modern tale of Hephaestus, the metal working god, rights the wrong of a crippled man failed at love. Here the flaming passion he deserved as an under-recognized god is written in a new fashion with the fiery spirit of a woman who ignites true love between these twin flames.
Beauty is truly in the eye of the beholder.
Heph is marked by his scars of working with fire. In addition, due to a climbing accident, he has lost one of his legs and bears an ugly scar on his face. He positively thinks no woman will ever be able to love him because of these physical deficiencies. What he forgets is that anyone who takes the time to get to know him will find he has a heart of gold and an immense ability to love.
Once he meets Phyre, all bets are off. He is immediately drawn to her and she to him. Theirs is an unusual love affair where the fires of passion ignite more than their hearts. Watch out for the scorching heat of their love so you don't get singed.
This series is an imaginative storytelling based on the mythological gods we all learned about in school. With creativity, our author has created a world where humans, gods, and demi-gods reside and interact. Their love affairs are by no means mild. Lust for life has no barriers.
I am voluntarily reviewing this book because I absolutely loved. I thank the author for the gift of a copy of her book.
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