When 24-year-old Penelope learns of a new miracle drug that could cure her ailing mother, it’s the answer to her prayers. Until she sees the cost. But for every door that closes, a window opens. In this case, the window calls herself Cimil, and she’s quite possibly the most insane person Penelope’s ever met. Could it be because this complete stranger just offered Penelope one million dollars to carry her wealthy brother’s baby?
But Cimil’s brother isn’t your everyday millionaire. In fact, he gives new meaning to the word hot.
Review: This series just keeps getting better and better.
Every time I read one of these books in the series I think it is the best one. I get proven wrong by each one. They just keep getting better and better. If you love mystical beings and the paranormal then you just need to get all three books and read them one after the other.
Penelope is a woman that works herself to the bone just to take care of her mother. She has turned down plenty of offers for colleges because she wants to be there for her mother and find a cure that will help her get better. You get to know how strong and loving she can be.
Kinich is the Sun God and nothing comes before his job — saving human kind. He balks at falling for any woman and wants Gods to pass a law so that Gods can’t have babies outside their race. Here comes his sister Cimal to the rescue.
When you have a book that has gods, angels, vampires, and vikings just to name a few you know that the book has got to be amazing. I love the story line of each and every book and their characters. You just never know what will happen next. Just when you think you know what will happen or how something will end. You are proved wrong. I love stories that are this exciting.
I want to read the next book in the series so bad. I hope I can handle the wait. It just seems that I get deeper and deeper into this series. Just wonder how the author comes up with all this. Since I am still in shock after reading this book, I just don’t know what to say.
I recommend this book to every single person. I don’t believe you will be disappointed.