Daughters Of Zeus Series - Kaitlin Bevis Persephone One day Persephone is an ordinary high school junior working at her mom's flower. Read "Persephone Book 1 Persephone Trilogy" by Kaitlin Bevis available The Daughters of Zeus, Book One "Persephone is a fun, imaginative, smart ISBN: ; Language: English; Download options: EPUB 2 (Adobe DRM). [Kaitlin Bevis] -- The "talk" was bad enough, but how many teens get told that they 're a goddess? When her mom tells her, Persephone is sure her mother has lost her mind. It isn't until Boreas, the god OverDrive (EPUB) · OverDrive (Kindle).
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I had to know what happened! You might call me irresponsible, and that may be true. But when a series comes along and grabs you like Daughters of Zeus, it really can't be helped. I thought book 1: Lastly, OMG!!! I need book 3 so badly. In the flick of a eyelash Persephone has gone from being a high school junior in Athens, Georgia to the wife of Hades, god of the Underworld.
His arms were crossed and his foot tapped impatiently. The library faded into muted reds and browns, fuzzy and unfocused. Hades on the other hand, was in hyper focus, the sharp angles of his face almost too real in this strange setting.
My heart leapt at the sight of him. His dark curly hair fell into his bright blue eyes. His lips curved in a smile, despite his grouchy tone. My eyes wandered to his firm arms, and I flushed remembering being wrapped in his embrace. The only catch was that he had to marry me to bring me to the Underworld without being. What happened? Are you okay? I jerked in surprise at the worry in his voice. I shook my head to clear it.
Can Boreas still dream walk? And the only other person I could think of was Zeus. Even if he somehow retained the ability, the souls in Tartarus are blocked from dream walking.
Hades gave me a thoughtful look and ran his fingers through his thick, dark hair. She was him, I mean, he was her, her voice, it was his. And then he, or she, or whatever, it showed me all of these pictures, and I—. Hades listened, worry giving way to confusion. Yeah, okay. He leaned down and kissed me. The connection between us flared to life, and all the images from my dream flowed to him.
Gods married by exchanging power, and that created weird links in their minds. Hades and I had only exchanged a token amount to make the marriage binding, so our connection was limited to when we touched, but if we exchanged more, we could—. I really wanted to relax into his embrace and just enjoy the kiss, but instead I turned my thoughts to an even worse topic.
Charm could work like mind control if you used it right.
I hate asking you this, but could you promise not to tell anyone anything about me? My promise was binding. Writing it down, pantomime, anything. Nothing worked, and trying made me feel like I was being ripped apart. I tried to slip thoughts of Thanatos through the kiss, but my mind rebelled at the idea, and I only managed to convey a troubled feeling.
He drew back.
Just looked down at me, his hands resting on my shoulders. Then he jerked his head and cleared his throat, moving back to his chair. So who did that? What did it mean? I perched on the arm of his chair. I usually had a better sense of personal space, but Hades was the only thing in this room that looked real and solid. Staying close to him made me feel grounded. I frowned, comparing the nauseating swirls of unfocused furniture coloring this room with my dream.
Whoever sent that message put a lot of energy into making it feel real. He considers himself to be quite the artiste.
A dark, mocking smile played on his lips. Hades nodded. From what I could gather from your dream, something is happening in two days at sunset on Cumberland Island. I can see what Poseidon wants, why he sent you that image. Yes, I do. A thought occurred to me. Can you? Leave the Underworld I mean? For that long? How much time do you need to talk to your mother about leaving? My mother sat at the round wooden table, a forgotten cup of tea next to her as she flipped idly through a magazine.
Her blond hair was pulled up in a messy bun. A few wisps of hair had escaped and framed her heart-shaped face. People said I looked just like her, but shorter. She turned another page in her magazine. Seeing her down here like this was so normal, so mundane, that the sight brought me up short and took me back to the time before I knew gods and goddesses existed outside mythology.
Before I knew my mother was actually Demeter and my father was Zeus. Before Hades. Or maybe I was just calmer because I was talking to my mom in our bright yellow kitchen. Yellow , I decided, is a good color.
It made me think of the sun and warmth and spring. I felt safe in this kitchen. There was something soothing in watching my mom move around the kitchen while she made me a cup of hot chocolate. It was in the high 80s outside, but in Georgia you drink hot drinks for the flavor, not for warmth. It was real, I finished, dropping the white rock on the table. When I woke up, this was in my hand.
Try not to forget again. My temper flared up so fast it even took me by surprise. But that had been happening a lot lately. I snatched the rock off the table and scooted my chair back. It squeaked in protest along the stone-tiled floor. Especially since you never told me to guard it in the first place.
I kept trying to get over seventeen years of deception. That something was wrong with me.
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Mom rolled her eyes and handed me the mug of hot chocolate. Zeus lives? I squirmed in my seat. You never talk about him. I watched her closely as she poured herself a fresh cup of tea. She seemed to be taking it well. I felt as though a huge weight had been lifted off my shoulders.
She set the tea down on the table. I do wish you had told me earlier. When Zeus sets his mind to something—. The truth dawned on me with a horrible certainty. You knew? Answer me! Did you know Zeus was alive? Yes or no? Her green eyes cut to me with a withering mom-look.
I laughed in disbelief. Not telling you about Zeus made me feel sick. I waved my hand.
He is not your fa— The lie caught in her throat. She closed her eyes and exhaled, putting her fingers to her temples. Most gods are created, not born, so there are no genetic ties.
Which in a way was good, because otherwise my marriage to Hades would be really weird. And my dad. Maybe he wants to be more than nothing.
The handle of the mug bit into my hand. She stiffened and leaned across the table, eyes wide. He sent Boreas after me. He wants me for something. The only thing he wants from anyone is to use them up and to throw them away. I nodded, my throat aching from holding back tears. I knew she was right. He would have. This action might not be possible to undo. Are you sure you want to continue? Upload Sign In Join. Save For Later. Create a List.
Daughter of Earth and Sky: Book 2 Persephone Trilogy by Kaitlin Bevis. Summary ""Bevis has done a wonderful job building the worlds that the gods occupy as well as giving them a place in the modern world. Read on the Scribd mobile app Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere. BelleBooks Released: May 18, ISBN: Daughter of the Earth and Sky It was just a simple visit to the world of the living—her world—with her husband.
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When her mom tells her, Persephone is sure her mother has lost her mind. It isn't until Boreas, the god of winter, tries to abduct her that she realizes her mother was telling the truth.
Hades rescues her, and in order to safely bring Persephone to the Underworld he marks her as his bride.
But Boreas will stop at nothing to get Persephone. Despite her growing feelings for Hades, Persephone wants to return to the living realm. Persephone must find a way to defeat Boreas and reclaim her life. Read more