|Zeus has decided that the gods and goddesses have grown
spoiled and arrogant and could benefit from learning how not to take things for
granted...and so sends them to Las Vegas. This edict doesn't sit well with Bacchus. After
all, he's made this city his eternal playground. When Pamela Smythe, interior designer,
makes a wish for a god-like man, Artemis finds herself somehow bound to fulfilling it, and
convinces her twin brother brother Apollo to be what Pamela needs.
I found the story
somewhat slow to kickstart and a large part of that is probably due to the fact that I was
confused about which characters belonged where and with whom. The book does hit its groove
after that, though. If you're into paranormal romances with Greek gods and bright lights
then you'll probably enjoy Cast's novel. Personally, I think this was an average read and
I have to admit that I won't be looking for more in this series.