From an underground bomb shelter, Andrea Johns has been watching the apocalypse play out through live feeds from around the world. A tsunami hitting the Rockies, tornadoes in the Andes, lava filling the Grand Canyon, earthquakes in Paris—the world is literally being wiped out one natural disaster at a time. And it’s only a matter of time before every living being is wiped out with it.
Pyre, the demi-god of fire, along with his brothers, are still wreaking havoc on earth per the old gods’ orders, but they have been careful not to kill every living thing. Some humans need to remain alive to worship the gods and bring them back into power, and those humans will need food. Upon clearing out one area in particular, Pyre sees something, or someone, fleeing and decides it’s worth saving. He wasn’t expecting a human, or that she’d be able to see him. Could it be he’d gotten as lucky as his brothers and found his woman?
Andrea is torn. Yes, Pyre saved her, but he’s also responsible for all that is happening. Does she trust him? Can she trust her heart? When the other two women who “belong” to the demi-gods go missing, it’ll take everyone working together to save them.
Several gods are already down for the count, but how many more are left to be conquered before the mortals are truly free? One thing the brothers have finally learned is that together they stand a chance. Especially with their feisty women by their sides. Gods or not, never underestimate the power of a mortal.
Warning! Contains fresh fruit, cookware weaponry, days without bathing, going out on a limb, sharing stories, a crazed harpy goddess bird woman, and one survivor realizing that the object of her anger is a demi-god who has come to love her.