This book is not a romance. It is contemporary fiction, but very suspenseful in nature. It is about a famous romance author and a dark secret she keeps.
He reports directly to Athena the Goddess of wisdom and war. If you know your Greek mythology, you'll recognize Diomedes from the Trojan war.
Today, he lives among humans and owns a fishing business, that is when he isn't working for Athena. The tale that unfolds was filled with mythological creatures, intense action scenes, and snarky banter. I loved all the references to mythology, mostly Greek, but we do see others including Celtic and Arabian.
It appears each book in the series will feature a mission. The story is delivered from Steve's POV as we fought for the cup. Leon vividly brought the creatures and scenes to life with detailed descriptions that flowed effortlessly as the action unfolded.
You could hear the creatures slither, feel their hackles rise and smell the decay. There is a hint of romance when Steve meets Sarah, a detective investigating the museum bombing.
Loen weaved the worldbuilding throughout the tale which kept the story fast-paced. Fans of the chronicles will feel at home while reading the Metis Files. Steve is funny, easily annoyed and at times anxious to get back to quietly fishing.
I liked Steve but loved him when he began assembling a team. The back and forth banter between him and two ancient Fae had me laughing aloud. While he claims to like working alone, he was prime when surrounded by a team.
Dillon Siedentopf narrated and my thoughts regarding his performance are decidedly mixed.
During action scenes, he brought Steve and the others to life, but in-between, his tone was dry, flat and filled with audible swallowing sounds.
However, I played with the audio speed and found 1. This review was originally posted at Caffeinated ReviewerLiterary fiction, on the other hand, can read (and sell) quite commercially, with driving plot *and* all the great writing you could want. (Think Like Water for Elephants.) In fact, I’d say that commercial and literary are converging, which was the forecast, idea and exploration of my book Writing 21st Century Fiction.
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