(I received a free copy of this book in exchange for a review).
(This review may contain spoilers).
Due to various personal reasons, this book took me longer than it should have to read, but that wasn’t anything to do with the book itself. When I was able to pick it up today, I was drawn into the book really easily, despite it being an already-existing world with established characters.
I may have mentioned, several times, that I like books with different types of mythology in. And this one was no exception. It was a refreshing change to read a book that had Artemis closer to her mythological counterpart, unlike one series that paints her as a sadistic villain.
It was nice to see how Artemis’ relationship with Evan began, but I would have liked a bit more background on them falling in love, since it did seem to move quite fast.
It was nice to see the interactions between Artemis and Zeus, though it wasn’t made that clear why Zeus had banished Evan in the first place. I suspect, though, that Ashylnns’ book might have more detail in regards to that.
There were a few things in this book that made me think of the Dark-Hunter series… but it was really only something that one of the characters said. I liked seeing Apollo’s brief appearance in this novella, too, but I would have liked to see more of him.
It was good to see Ashlynn and Ty in this book and I would have liked to meet some of the other characters, too. I did think this book didn’t have quite the level of danger in it I was expecting… but I still enjoyed reading it and the romance between Artemis and Evan was really quite sweet.
In the future, I would really like to read the other books in this series and meet more of the characters, as well as see how Ashylnn and Ty’s relationship formed. And I would like to see more of Artemis and Evan, too. This worked really well as an introduction to this series (at least for me) and I would definitely love to see what else the author has done in this world and with these characters.