"Molly Ringle has crafted an excellent piece of fiction. ... one which encourages me to cuddle under the covers, knees up, and enjoy the spicy details." - Long and Short Reviews
"If you love Greek mythology, particularly the story of Hades and Persephone, then you should definitely add Persephone's Orchard to your TBR list. I was very impressed with Molly Ringle's reworking of the myth, and I can't wait to see what she has in store for the rest of the series." - Rally the Readers
"I felt a deep connection with this beautiful retelling of this Greek myth (which is my favorite), and how she has wound it all together into this delectable story. I believe Ms. Ringle's readers will be enthralled by this journey too!" - A Bookish Escape
From the Author
The ancient myths all tend to agree that Hades kidnapped Persephone, completely against her will, traumatizing her and breaking her mother Demeter's heart. But for reasons I can't fathom (maybe I simply wanted a prettier story?), ever since I was a teenager I wanted to see a version where Persephone loved Hades, and he loved her too. (It's possible he did in the original myth, and just had an unhealthy way of showing it. We don't get a lot of glances into Hades' mind in those old stories.) But in rewriting the myth that way, it became clear that if Hades wasn't the villain in the triangle, someone else would have to be.