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Review: Child of War-A God is Born by Lisa Beth Darling

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Child of War-A God is Born is a story about the gods and their emotions: love, hate, jealousy, and lust. If you love paranormal romance and mythology then you are in for a treat. Child of War is the second in the series for Darling. Darling writes with such emotion that we actually feel what both Ares and Alena are going through. The couple struggling together to survive on Mt. Olympus. Will their love survive? Will their son fit in with the gods? Darling gave a great new meaning to what the Olympian gods were like, she kept the traditional along with adding some new tidbits which made the story more exciting. If you’re ready for some action, drama and mythology then get ready for the next installment in Darling’s series.

Title: Child of War-A God is Born

Author: Lisa Beth Darling


Publisher: Moon Mistress Publishing

Genre: Paranormal Romance

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Book Blurb:

Do you know ‘Damien’? Raven makes that kid look like an angel.

The “Of War”-series picks up in part I of this II-part sequel when Ares and Alena try to settle down on Olympus and await the birth of their son, Raven.

Haunted by prophetic visions along with a body and mind that are starting to betray her, Alena struggles to enjoy what should be a happy and blessed occasion. The relentless hostility from the other Olympians make her yearn to be back on their cozy island home, far away from all the bickering and backstabbing that makes up Life on mighty Mount Olympus.

Knowing of Zeus’ unabashed hatred for Alena and the Celts, Ares becomes convinced Zeus is causing these visions and the breakdown of Alena’s mind. To appease his Father, the God of Gods, Ares enters into a wicked blood pact ensuring the safety of his wife and unborn son. A pact that could cost the God of War everything he holds dear.

However, once the boy arrives, it quickly becomes clear Raven may be the most powerful and cunning Olympian ever born. Outwardly despised by Zeus for his Fey blood and his filthy Celtic mother the seeds of rage and doubt are planted in the Raven’s mind by a very willing Apollo.

As Zeus, Apollo, and Aphrodite plot against the new family, bit by bit the true pasts of the Olympians and Celts comes to light, the battle begins for Raven’s mind and soul and for the ultimate control of Olympus.

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