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PHANTASIA: A Bad Day On Olympus
Phi Athanatoi Series
Phi Athanatoi Series
Genre: Paranormal/Fantasy Romance
Publisher: Olympus International Management Services P/L
Date of Publication: 19/5/20
ISBN: 978-0648785422 (print)
ISBN: 9780648785408 (e-book)
Number of pages: 327
Cover Artist: Lee Hyat
Tagline: Sheâs following Zeusâ orders. Heâs struggling to protect her. Is love their biggest weakness or their best hope for saving the world?
Torn apart by separate missions, can their love survive an impending apocalypse?
Demigod ex-cop Carissa Alkippes is hellbent on clearing her fatherâs name. But when sheâs sidetracked into saving Zeusâ life, sheâs forced into a dangerous mission to locate missing deities. To find them, she must face a horde of bloodthirsty demons.
Xen Lyson shouldnât dwell on Carissa when heâs supposed to be stopping demons from feasting on humanity. But the sexy vampire worries her solitary journey to Olympus will put her in grave danger. And with absent gods causing devastating natural disasters, he must trust her father, Ares, to keep her safe.
With every mortal sphere at risk, Carissa races to retrieve a magical codex believed to hold the key to defeating her enemy. And when Xen discovers the true source of the threat, saving both humans and gods will put his own immortality in jeopardy.
In between battling Titans, gods, missing keys, and baklava can Carissa and Xen summon the power to conquer the sinister foe and return to each otherâs arms?
About the Author:
Efthalia lives in Sydney, Australia.
Her passion for writing was cultivated by the stories her mother told her as a child. At school she often day-dreamt of exciting new worlds where the heroine had super-powers and would save the day. Her teachers told her on a regular basis to stop making up her own words. That flaw is now her super-power. Making up words, characters and worlds is all part of fiction writing and something she loves doing.
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