The gods want Lexi dead, and her mother haunts her dreams from the underworld. But Lexi’s fated to a hellhound shifter and two heroes, so at least fate doesn’t completely have it in for her.
Lexi hates the gods.
Their arrogance. Their disregard for life. Their oppressive rule.
Her father, Hades, is no exception. But since his brothers imprisoned him in a labyrinth, he and Lexi share a common goal—destroying the other gods. To free him, she must enlist the help of a loyal and gorgeous hellhound, and an obnoxious but sexy hero.
No one warned her about the trials that await. The void that threatens to consume her. The rampaging champion who can kill her with a single blow. And the ex who’s looking for vengeance of the fatal variety.
And they definitely left out the details about multiple fated loves.
Now Lexi must decide what she’s willing to surrender to defeat opponents who will sacrifice humanity before they’ll forfeit their power.
Inspiration builds empires one day and topples them the next.
The battle with the gods isn’t going the way Lexi anticipated, which forces her to side with the lesser of two evils—Zeus and the asinine inventor he swears will make things right.
Icarus has no interest in helping the bratty hero who broke things that didn’t belong to her, but his attraction to Lexi is impossible to ignore, and the things she can do with illusion inspire him in new and amazing ways.
Icarus is only the beginning of Lexi’s problems. Cerberus is keeping secrets. Actaeon’s past love is back in the most inconvenient manner imaginable. And the dead are trying to increase their numbers by calling loved ones to the other side of the veil.
To make matters worse, Lexi can hear those voices crying in pain. Suddenly working with Icarus doesn’t seem like such a big deal.
Now she’s faced with a choice she never thought she’d have to make: side with Zeus, side with the dead, or let it all burn?
The king is dead. Long live the queen.
Lexi has been torn in three. With each piece of her scattered to a new corner of the universe, it will take all of her strength, plus the men she loves, to put things right.
But fate isn’t done screwing with her yet. The trials she’s faced in the past are nothing, compared to what awaits on the other side of death.
None of the possibilities before Lexi are desirable—surrender, die, or fall headfirst into the unknown.
But the choice may no longer be hers.