The Fates knew what was coming for me, but they kept silent.
That’s the kind of thing you expect from a crap friend, not goddesses who (turns out) are sorry excuses for mentors.
I know who my real father is, but that came with a huge cost. One that I still haven’t absorbed.
My partner, Hank, manages to just get more irresistible, but resist him I must. Fighting side-by-side gets more and more like foreplay or a dance, but now he’s playing the field like a sworn bachelor.
Oh, and I’m almost an orphan now. Meeting my father for the first time will change that, but how am I supposed to defeat my arch-nemesis while I can’t keep my eyes off Hank?
This is like… frustration city. Just one frustration after another. Maybe it’s time for me to play the field, the world’s about to end anyway.
There’s a pretty hot god who can’t keep his eyes off me… is it uncool to say “in your face, Hank”?
The colossus grows, casting its shadow across the 6 Moons.
As usual, Holly Drake and her crew are at the center of the storm. Wormholes are opening, new alien species are invading, and puppet-masters pull their strings in a quest to unravel the secrets of the 6 Moons.
Holly just wants to save the people she loves from a war her father claims is coming. But is he warning her, or is he bringing the war to her doorstep? Lines are being drawn and allegiances declared. Whether she likes it or not, Holly must choose sides.
She’s not going to like her options.