Every spell Kalli casts lately backfires. Going to bed disgusted, she awakes to find a gorgeous, naked man in her bed. The witch discovers that her naked burglar is a god named Lugh. Kalliope yearns to be touched by him, but before that can happen, another prowler comes into her life. Cromm, a death god, arrives to collect on a promise made before she was born.
While trying to escape Cromm, she finds herself spirited away to a realm of gods and goblins. There, Lugh’s ex-lover captures Kalli, keeping her prisoner in an oak tree. While captive, Kalliope meets a goddess who gives her three magickal apples. From the first bite, her world changes forever. [EXCERPT]
After taking some medicine to ward off her cold, Kalliope discovers she’s been loaned out to Mt. Olympus. Zeus charges her with saving the world from The Furies, three serpent-headed cowgirls who want to enslave humanity by kidnapping all the CEOs of every fast food restaurant in the world.
As her journey continues, Kalliope meets Apollo. By this time, her cold medicine is wearing off and Apollo is looking like a piece of prime Greek god hunk. When her fever reaches its pinnacle, Kalliope finds herself in a hot mess. The Furies are bearing down on her and she doesn’t know where she’ll end up. What’s a witch to do when saving the world is on her plate, but all she wants to do is stop sneezing? [EXCERPT]
Just when Kalliope’s picking out her wedding dress, Anubis, the Egyptian God of the Dead, comes begging for help. Not able to refuse him, she finds herself up to her ears in sand, rampaging mummies, and a jealous ex-lover who’ll stop at nothing to keep her from getting married.
The only thing that keeps her going is her love for Lugh. Not even he can help Kalliope out of her sandy situation. With her trusty frog familiar at her side, she braves ancient tombs and Egyptian curses to make it to the altar on time.