Olympus is calling! The thirteenth installment of The Godhunter Series takes us through the Greek pantheon reaching ultimate highs and surprising depths.
Ambrosia, the source of immortality for the Greek gods. It's creation is a secret, held only by Zeus himself, and he's held that secret over the heads of his fellow gods for years, giving ambrosia only to those who agree to serve him. Now the Godhunter has gotten wind of his monopoly on immortality and although she normally fights for humanity, this time she's going to make an exception and fight for the gods. But Zeus isn't the only storm brewing, Vervain is having strange visions, her nine-pointed star is behaving oddly, and something powerful is stirring in the Faerie Realm. Like tracing after thunder, the solution to all her problems seems to be just beyond her reach.
Vervain gets to meet Zeus, but it's not all fun and games. And the Gods are dealing drugs in a not so good way. She must do everything she can to stop Zeus before it is too late.
Add in more problems in Faerie and you have a very stressed Vervain who wants nothing more than to relax with her men, but that's easier said than done.
This was a good read, and I really enjoyed getting to see some different Gods as well. I really enjoyed how Vervain was dealing with all the issues going on, and how she's just trying to continue to live her life.