I used to do SSS a while back and loved it. So I’m participating in it again. Every Sunday you’ll six sentences from an upcoming book. Today I give you the first six lines from A Fate for Zeus.

 

She was suffocating. Her lungs burned each time she tried to draw in clean air. And with each breath, she coughed, which only burned more. A voice in her head told her to wake up. Awareness pushed at her subconscious.

Smoke.

 

More about Zeus…

A Fate for Zeus

Gods of Olympus, Book Eight

By Lia Davis

 

Releases March 20, 2018

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Evil escapes the fiery pits of Tartarus and sets up residence in a small Pacific Northwest town in hopes of finding the priceless Stone of Affliction, and Zeus is the only one that can stop it. When the stone’s guardian is killed, the stone is passed to another—a beautiful demi-goddess who has no idea that the pendant she wears around her neck has marked her as the killer’s next target.

After watching her mother die in her arms, Jordan Knox isn’t sure how she’s going to pick up the pieces. When the handsome fireman who pulled her and her mom out of the burning house asks her to dinner, she figures it wouldn’t hurt. After all, he did save her life. But their first date doesn’t go as she hoped. An odd sensation nips at her intuition, telling her he is not what he seems.

Turns out, her fireman isn’t a fireman. He’s Zeus, King of the Gods, and he claims he’s the only one who can keep her safe.

And there is a dragon out for blood. Her blood.