Ever since that moment his status as a god was revoked by Artemis, Sin has done nothing but plot his revenge. He kidnaps a woman he believes to be the goddess, but she is Artemis' servant, Katra. And instead of imprisoning her, Katra captures him and refuses to release him until he promises not to seek vengeance on her mistress. Despite himself, ...Read MoreEver since that moment his status as a god was revoked by Artemis, Sin has done nothing but plot his revenge. He kidnaps a woman he believes to be the goddess, but she is Artemis' servant, Katra. And instead of imprisoning her, Katra captures him and refuses to release him until he promises not to seek vengeance on her mistress. Despite himself, Sin finds himself intrigued by Katra, who is nothing like the goddess she serves. She's fierce, true, but she's also compassionate and loyal. However, Sin is not the only enemy Artemis has and it quickly becomes apparent that he must help Katra save her mistress or the world as we know it will end. What's a wannabe god to do?Read Less
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My books got here before they were supposed to and we're carefully package. Would recommend to anyone and everyone, and the books are a little chaeper.
Jul 2, 2009
Sin can be a good thing
Another tortured soul at the hands of the narcissistic Artemis. Always out for herself Artemis doesn't care who stands in her way as long as she gains more power and has power over others. She thrives on subjugation. There are two people in Artemis's life she cares for and she has no idea how to show love or kindness, all she knows is the power she desires. Sin is in her way, she fears that her lies will be revealed. So she does what she normally tries to do, get rid of the problem. Unfortunately for her the two people she "cares" about stand in her way. Sin is full of hate and mistrust, as he should be, Artemis really did him wrong. In her anger and manipulations the truths are revealed.
Dec 4, 2007
Sexy, thrilling and jaw dropping to the end!
When I picked this Book on cd up, it was a whim. I was just looking for something to make a 4hour drive to my mother's a little less boring. I had no idea what I had gotten myself into when I started 1 of the 9 discs. I was immediately drawn into the lives of Pantheons of Gods and Goddesses and how really jealous and vengeful they could be. My mouth was open and drooling the whole time. I couldn't get enough. I even took the long way back home so that I could listen to all that I could. I finished the book in two days and still want more. I have since loaned it out to two other co-workers who said the same. I've always been fascinated by Mythology and Sherrilyn Kenyon does not dissappoint. Artemis, the Goddess of the Hunt, has always been a favorite of mine to read about and she paints her in a true light as a jealous and spiteful goddess, who's daughter is falling in love with the very man she betrayed 11,000 years before. I was captivated by the relationship that grew between Sin, an ex Sumerian god of Fertility, and Catra, Artemis's secret daughter. I couldn't wait to see what would become of them. I hope there is a follow up to this story, because the end leaves you hanging, but it was definitely worth the stress filled ride.
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