The Goddess Test and Goddess Interrupted. If you haven’t read the first book in the series, this review may contain spoilers.
Kate is off on her summer “holiday” with James, exploring the Greek islands that her fellow gods once called home. When James takes her on a detour, they come cross twins, Pollux and Castor. They are not happy to see them, having been fugitives from the underworld for thousands of years.
If you enjoyed The Goddess Test, it’s a worthwhile little story. There’s a bit of character development, although not as much as I thought having read Goddess Interrupted first, which left me feeling like I’d missed out on something important. It’d another lesser myth added to the pot which wasn’t overly predictable and I enjoyed the tension between the characters. I’m not sure it would work as a standalone story though.
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