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Goddess of Fire: Burn
Even water burns if the fire is hot
enough . . .
Kenina, the fire goddess of Osarious,
seems to have it all—a pampered life, the power to burn down a city, and a
father who reigns over the other gods, but deep inside the flame, Kenina feels
trapped. As her arranged marriage to Neveresis, a water god, draws nearer, she
has no choice but to flee the immortal world to escape the commitment, even if
it means disappearing into a world she despises.
Together with Sarah, her faithful
servant, Kenina crashes into the mortal world, ending up in Nevada, where she
and Sarah are taken in by Jack, a mortal who shows Kenina there is much more to
life than she thinks, including love.
There’s only one problem, Neveresis
refuses to let Kenina go, and he will do anything to reclaim his prized
possession, even if it means destroying her and the ones she loves.
Goddess of Fire: Smolder
When the fire doesn’t burn, it smolders .
Just as Kenina, the fire goddess of
Osarious, is trying to adjust to the mortal world, she is hit with something
she never expected—mortal emotions. As her best friend, Sarah, returns to her
family, Kenina is lovingly guided through these emotions by Jack, who attempts
to not only help her understand them, but also, teaches her to control them.
But when, Emily, Jack’s ex-girlfriend shows up, the fire inside Kenina begins
to smolder, putting Jack and Kenina’s relationship to the ultimate test.
As if dealing with Emily wasn’t bad
enough, Kenina’s father shows up in the mortal world with Neveresis, and Emily
becomes the least of her worries. If her father finds out about Jack, he will
kill him. Now, her only priority is to save Jack’s life.
Goddess of Fire: Ignite
Fire doesn’t just burn, it ignites . . .
It’s been three weeks since Kenina, the
fire goddess of Osarious, was forced out of the mortal world and torn away from
Jack, the man she truly loves. Locked in her room in the temple, Kenina has no
choice but to wed, Neveresis, the water god she despises. But as the ceremony
nears, Sarah, her best friend, comes to her rescue. Sarah uses the hidden tunnels
underneath the temple to free Kenina, reuniting her with her beloved Jack. Even
though Kenina has managed to flee the temple, it doesn’t mean she has escaped
Kenina, along with Jack and Sarah, are
now on the run, desperate to locate a lost portal in the depths of the dark
forest. As Neveresis closes in on them, they end up trapped in the forest
between his army and mythical creatures they never knew existed. Reaching the
portal is their only way out, but it may cost them their lives