I received an ARC of this book from Give Me Books in exchange for an honest review. Thank you Give Me Books!
Alrighty, I wasn't a huge fan of this book. Which is surprising, since I am a sucker for Greek Mythology. Solis and Veva's story just didn't resonate with me.
Solis, although totally yum with his painting hobby, was way to pushy for my liking. He kept nearly pushing Veva to her breaking point at so many instances in the book, and that didn't sit well with me. Also the fact that he was hurt about Veva not trusting him about something he did before meeting her; like, he was a player back then, what was she supposed to think?
In addition, the ending of the book seemed a little frazzled for me. I wish it had been kept simpler, and that Solis and Zeke had arrived later to release the anticipation. The book lacked release in my opinion. It was as if, there was no more room in the book, and all the loose ends had to be tied up, presto.
I also found the bloodlines hard to follow at times, and kept having to re-read passages to make sure I understood correctly. Sometimes, having many characters can lead to confusion.
All in all, I found this book entertaining, but not magical.