Review: BLOOD OF ZEUS by Meredith Wild & Angel Payne


Blood of Zeus by Meredith Wild & Angel Payne
Series: Blood of Zeus, book 1
Genre: contemporary romance
Publisher: Waterhouse Press
Publication Date: August 25, 2020
Rating: ★★★★✰

I can still feel my heart beating so fast whenever I think about this book!

Maximus and Kara’s chemistry almost burnt off my kindle because these two are just on some another level with their come hither eyes.

There’s demons, mythologies and a connection that can only be mystical.

Even though his book is PNR, Max and Kara were written is such a humanized way that I caught myself forgetting what they truly are at times. This book had a very different feel to it and I just know we haven’t seen anything yet. Kara and Max have such a long way to go with their respective lineages and the paths the are meant for.

The starting was a bit slow for me but I’m mad excited to see what’s going to happen in the next books and what’s in store for these two. This story is such an exciting and addictive world, I can’t get enough.

4 Stars!


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An ancient grudge. A forbidden love.

The only thing worse than being a demon is being a Valari. As an undergraduate at Los Angeles’s Alameda University, Kara Valari can sometimes succeed at forgetting she’s both. Lost between the pages of the classics and tucked into the shadows of lecture halls, she can dodge the paparazzi’s lenses as well as her family’s publicized dramas—not to mention their private expectations. She has one more year to feed her true passions. Then she’ll be expected to fulfill a much darker destiny.

Cursed with inexplicable strength and godlike stature, literature professor Maximus Kane knows all about darkness. Every day he’s reminded of the missteps of his childhood and the devastating consequences they’ve had on those dearest to him. To atone, Maximus spends his nights alone and his days submerged in the quiet life of academia. His existence has become a study in control, and he’s become a master at it—until Kara Valari walks into his toughest course.

Viscerally, Kara’s everything he craves. Logically, she’s everything he rejects. She’s a starlet of privilege. She’s also a student. And after one touch, he can’t deny that she’s awakened something in him that may never go dormant. Nothing about her makes sense, but everything about her feels right. Especially in the deepest strands of his DNA, which are still shadows of mystery to him—a mystery Kara seems determined to uncover.

She’s Hollywood royalty. She’s forbidden fruit. And he’s pretty sure she could be the answer to everything.

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