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Aphrodite

The Daughters of Zeus, Book 4
Narrated by: Kaitlin Bevis
Series: Daughters of Zeus, Book 4
Length: 7 hrs and 6 mins
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Summary

It's not easy being perfect....

But Aphrodite is determined to prove that she's more than just a pretty face. When she's asked to investigate strange events occurring on cruise ships, she's all over it. Little does she guess just how much this mission is going to cost her.

The problem - demigods are mysteriously disappearing. Prepared to investigate, Aphrodite manages to charm herself into the best room on the ship. Unfortunately, the room is already taken. It belongs to the one demigod immune to her charm: Adonis.

Aphrodite doesn't know what to make of Adonis. He obviously disapproves of her...yet he saved her life. And he's hot! Then again, Aphrodite is still reeling from a disastrous - yet incredible - fling with Ares. Gods, these men are going to be the death of her.

But then Aphrodite realizes that Adonis could be the next target, and her investigation becomes personal. Only the more she uncovers, the clearer it becomes that she's in over her head. Confronted with a strange and powerful new opponent, Aphrodite realizes she might not be as immortal as she thought.

And Adonis may not be the one who needs saving....

©2016 Kaitlin Bevis (P)2016 Kaitlin Bevis

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  • Kevin M. Geisler
  • 20-08-19

Authors should never narrate their own books

The pace of narration is way too rapid. The book itself is decent, but the author seems to believe she gets paid to narrate at a words per minute rate. Her voice is nice, but she narrates so fast that the nuances of how the book SHOULD be narrated is lost. It’s almost like she’s got something really important to do and narrating the book is the last thing in her way to getting it done.

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  • darkprincess
  • 17-10-17

Great Story

Love the story although I would like Aphrodite to choose someone to live and to stop over thinking