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Monday, March 11

Review: Daughter of the Earth and Sky by Kaitlin Bevis


Title: Daughter of the Earth and Sky

By: Kaitlin Bevis

Series: Daughters of Zeus Book 2

My Copy: Ebook from Author

BookWhisperer Rating:

four books

Some vows can never be broken.

Persephone thought she could go back to her normal life after returning from the Underworld. She was wrong.

The goddess Aphrodite is born among the waves with more charm than she can control. Zeus is stalking Persephone and her loved ones, and Thanatos is no longer content with Persephone's silence.

He wants her soul.

Persephone can't tell anyone about Thanatos' betrayal, and it drives a wedge between her and Hades. Her mother is still keeping secrets, and Melissa's jealousy of Aphrodite threatens to tear their friendship apart.

Alone, Persephone turns to a human boy for comfort. But will their relationship put him in danger?

Sacrifices must be made, and Persephone must choose between her human life and her responsibilities as a goddess. If she doesn't, she could lose them both.

But will either life be worth choosing once Zeus is through with her?

our thoughts finl

What a great sequel to Persephone! I have waited and Bevis delivered such a wonderful take on her own twist of mythology. 

Last book, Persephone had just learned who she really was and had just settled into her life; wife of Hades, the Queen of the Underworld, daughter of Demeter, and her best friend as her priestess.  All of this changes in this book; her whole world is flipped upside down.  She is still holding her promise to Thanatos and while Hades knows something is going on, she can’t let it out and it is pulling her from him.  She fights with her mom, Melissa, and has reapers following her every move torturing her to swear fealty to Zeus. And all of this is happening with Aphrodite’s mysterious arrival.

So much drama unfolds in this book that it is ridiculous!  Persephone pulls away from everyone that loves her.  While she struggles throughout this entire book, this struggle really builds her character.  Persephone realizes who is truly on her side, who is here to do her harm, and she grows more into the goddess that she should be. 

I am anxious to get my hands on the third installment to see how much more character building can be done for Persephone, how the relationship between Hades and Persephone unfolds, and to of course ease my mind of the cliff hanger that Bevis left us hanging with. 

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