Vervain Lavine needs a little time to figure things out. Things like how to control the multiple beasts and magics inside her. Or how to lead a Pride of werelions who act more like a bunch of frat boys than grown men. She needs to work out her relationship with Trevor, the werewolf Prince bonded to her, and if his grandfather, Loki, is serious in his repentance or just up to more of his trickery. Demeter's still on the run, after her attempt on Trevor's life, and it'd be great if Vervain could figure out where she's hiding before the goddess tries to kill her too. She'd also like to know why a bunch of vampires keep following her around. What's all that about? Then there's Odin, leader of a faction of gods opposing Vervain in the God War. He needs her help and he's willing to pay for it but can she trust her enemy, a god referred to as the Oathbreaker? He's helped her in the past and she owes him but the way she feels around him is a complication that she just doesn't need... and one more thing for her to figure out. Yeah, the Godhunter could really use some time to think things through but it doesn't look like she'll get it.
In the third book of the series, Vervain needs some time to just be herself and figure out how to rule a pride of werelions, that's easier said than done though. Now, with Odin asking for her help and Vervain having strange feelings towards him things are getting crazy for her. Not to mention the fact that she's still getting use to people needing her help.
This was a little sad at times, but it was still very good. I was hoping Odin would get with Vervain, but we shall see.
This one had a lot of stuff going on in. Vervain did her best to help Odin and the other gods, and she's still trying to take care of so many others. She really needs a break, but that probably won't happen for her.