A wonderful love story. Thanaton, god of death, loves Therese. In the first two books, we saw this love grow and deepen. In book three, Therese is finally a goddess of Olympus, but things can change quickly for her.
Both Therese and Thanatos are likable characters. Thanatos is a really nice guy, I mean God.
One thing that came to mind while reading these books; remember the TV show a few years back about a certain son of Zeus? At the beginning of the show there was a line,
"A TIME WHEN THE ANCIENT GODS WERE PETTY AND CRUEL".
Well, this book fullfils that to a 'T'. The Gods of Olympus are just rotten.
Ares is a mean jerk, Aphrodite, vain and conceited, Artemis, more concerned with herself.
Hera, just as bad as you would imagine.
The only god I had and respect for was Hades. Yup, Hades. The one god you wouldn't expect to like.
This is a great end to the trilogy. You will find yourself rooting for Than and Therese.
Well written, quick read. Great for lovers of greek mythology.