- File Size: 1823 KB
- Print Length: 182 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1517330351
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: FairyTale Publishing; 2 edition (June 15, 2015)
- Publication Date: June 15, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00ZRRNTW2
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #51,643 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The Sea Queen (The Dark Queens Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Now, I know that the Gods are fickle, childlike Gods but when they start saying things that are so clearly childlike it starts to get to me. For instance, Calypso gave Hades a nickname and I couldn't stand it. Death Boy. I mean, it was fine once or twice but got to me towards the end.
I loved the description of Calypso and how she kept changing her appearance. I wanted illustrations to go with my book!
I enjoyed the story. I love the Gods. Hades has always had my attention but Calypso I didn't know much of anything at all. It was fun to learn.
The alternating points of view were a little difficult to follow. I kept forgetting who I was supposed to be reading about. I'd have to go back and check the heading. That sort of stopped the flow of the book for me.
Still, I do want to read more from this series. I hope they get better and better!
Returning to her waters with Hades as her prisoner she's determined to take full advantage of her next two weeks with her new sex slave but the more time she spends with Hades she finds herself growing more attached and she isn't the only one falling in love either. As the two weeks come to an end it will be up to Calypso to save her free her dead boy or lose him forever if Zeus has his way.
I adore Calypso she's just the cutest thing when she talks. She may be a primordial goddess older than the Olympians but she still talks like she's so innocent and young. We are given a chance to see Hades in a new light, not as the dark sinister lord of Hell but a true gentleman who's just perfect for Calypso. I also enjoyed seeing Themis and Aphrodite are woven throughout the story they bring a little charm to the story.
I picked this one up on my kindle a while ago but haven't been in the mood for a mythology story until recently. The author has taken two characters who may not have been the heroes in their story adding her own twists and giving them a happy ever after. I wasn't sure what to expect since I'm not super familiar with Calypso but she blew me out of the water. It's hard to not just love her character she's a total sweetheart even if she's a tiger in the bedroom. I loved seeing a new side of Hades he's not what I expected but it works and learning he's actually a gentleman who wanted to do right by Persephone. I really enjoyed the author's storytelling she has created a beautiful enchanting story that captured my heart. I truly enjoyed every page, finding it hard to put down and a little sad when it ended. I highly recommend if you are looking for a unique happy ever after that will make you smile than The Sea Queen is a must.
Calypso sets out to rip Hades a new one after her beloved realm is infested with the spirits of the dead. Upon arrival in the Underworld, Calypso encounters two things that change her plans. First, the God of the Dead is on trial for murder and second, for the first time in her long existence, the Virgin Elemental Goddess is tempted to do the 'nasty' after one look at Hades. What's a Sea Queen to do except to demand Death Boy be remanded to her custody as her sex slave while his trial is deliberated.
Enjoy the delightfully humorous tale of the Dark Queen's journey for her Happily Ever After. You will be enraptured * while rolling on the floor laughing* from start to finish and never be able to look at carrots the same again!
*Note: while this could be read as a stand alone story, it is best enjoyed if read after the previous books in the Kingdom series which wer published under the pen name of Marie Hall.
The Sea Queen is a hilarious book though I shed a few tears here and there. It's a lovely book, easy reading to escape from our daily routine (I really imagine myself as a mermaid ;D). Calypso and Hades are just my kind of heroine and hero, imperfect but loveable.
It's a bit shorter than her other books so I feel the story not as deep as the others, but it's ok. I guess I was in boring mode when I read this and 'short' good story is just what I need.
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