Review: Releasing The Gods by Leia Stone & Jaymin Eve

Length: 221 pages

Published: November 2, 2019

Rating:⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Source: Kindle Unlimited

Synopsis

Maisy Parker isn’t asking for a lot in life. Just good friends, good fun, and finally reaching one hundred thousand followers on Instagram.

She’s well on her way to all of that, until one drunken dare ends up with a cut hand, blood sacrifices, and a thousand-year-old prison opening to reveal a giant of a man.

Finding herself with a Titan of a problem, she does the only thing that makes sense in that situation: selfie. Because he’s beyond hot, and that has got to be worth twenty thousand followers.

Only it turns out, this is no joke.

Cronus is really a Titan, and he’s set out to destroy the leader of the Greek pantheon.

When Maisy makes a colossal mistake, unleashing an untold evil on the world, Cronus is the only one that can help her.

#oops

Maisy is starting to see that she should have been less interested in Instagram and more interested in the impending end of the world.

An end she quite possibly caused—not that she’s admitting to anything just yet.

My thoughts 💭

This book was interesting! Maisey mistakenly frees a titan from his prison and they’re instantly being attacked. They end up going on the run while Cronus’ powers take time to recharge and it’s a wild journey. Maisey finds out she’s more than she thought and Cronus starts to see her as more than an ant but it takes him a while to admit it. I enjoyed the action and chemistry between the characters. Their banter was hilarious. I can’t wait to find out what’s coming next!

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