Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Fallen by Tamara Gill [SBM Review]


Sara Daniels needs to change her life, so she sets out to run her late grandmother's farm. With no man at her side, and deserted by friends who can't abide her obsession with mythology, it's the perfect time to escape.
Hermes, favoured son of Zeus, has been framed by his hateful stepmother, Hera. Fleeing Olympus with his life, he finds himself in an abandoned farmhouse in the middle of nowhere. It's the ideal place to hide from Zeus that is until the owner - a woman with long, glaming red hair and the darkest blue eyes he's ever seen - decides to move in.
Sara's family has divine secrets that even she's not privy to. Hermes' secrets, however, have the power to shatter their lives. And with a god as your farmhand, it's only a matter of time before those secrets are revealed in all their destructive glory. But the wild attraction that blazes between these two souls will not be denied...even if the outcome threatens to doom them both.

Hermes finds himself out of favor with his father, Zeus. Each book in this series just keeps getting better and better. Hermes becomes a farmhand and begins having feelings for his employer. Of course he can't shake his past and him father will eventually come looking for him. This story was sweet and sexy, touching and thrilling. Gill gives us a couple surprises in this installment and look forward to what comes next!

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