Immortal’s Spring

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After the death of her parents and the destruction of her home, Sophie Darrow, her brother Liam, and her immortal friends–reincarnations of ancient Greek gods–are on the run from the evil cult Thanatos. As Sophie struggles to heal from the trauma, her relationship with Adrian is suffering, but she finds solace in the memories of her many past lives, both as Persephone and as others. But Thanatos won’t rest for long; under new membership, the cult has plans to take the Underworld by force and destroy the tree of immortality forever.

Author Molly Ringle finishes off her Chrysomelia Stories trilogy with a bang! Immortal’s Spring pulls readers right back into this reimagining of the Greek myths and emergence of modern-day gods and goddesses, and this novel is just as hard to put down as the previous two. There is plenty more Sophie-and-Adrian, and readers will cheer as they renew their romance, but there is also plenty of delving into Zoe and her past life as Hekate, as well as intriguing plot twists relating to the modern-day identities of other key immortals. An exciting and satisfying end to a fantastic series.

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Author Molly Ringle
Star Count 5/5
Format Trade
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Publisher Central Avenue Publishing
Publish Date 1-Jun-16
ISBN 9781771680400
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Issue June 2016
Category Romance
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  1. BoonerCat

    I have thoroughly enjoyed this series. It’s romantic, but what I really liked was that the characters are so complex. The author makes it a point to create characters that are realistic in so many ways and doesn’t find “neat” ways to reconcile any sticky situations they find themselves in. Her world-building is great – my fave part of the series was the attention to detail in the Ancient Greek gods. Highly recommend to anyone who likes mythology retellings.

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