Taken to an old mining cave, Murray is scared. He knows that Apollo is doing everything he can to find him. However, Murray also knows that Hera and Aries will be there soon to take him and the scrolls away. Not wanting Apollo hurt, Murray tries to escape, only to find he is not alone in the cave.
Traipsing through the Mountains of New Mexico, looking for his mate, is not what he had envisioned on his Honeymoon phase. Finding out who took his mate not only angers him but also hurts because trust is not something he gives freely. However, Apollo will find his mate before it is too late or die trying.
The third Twelve Labor is upon us with Cree Storm’s Apollo. Apollo has known for some time that Murray—the keeper of the scrolls—was his mate, yet he kept it from the man.
Murray was a loveable character and it was his demeanor and disposition that kept me interested in the story. His quiet resolve and uninhibited innocence was refreshing and captivating. Never venturing from Atlantis, Murray is introduced to Earth by Apollo and learns about Earth’s lifestyle much like a toddle exploring his surroundings.
I found Apollo’s characterization brash and at times demeaning towards his mate’s feelings. Don’t get me wrong, I believe he loved and cared for Murray but at times I had to look deep to be convinced.
As always Hera and entourage are wreaking havoc thus precipitating the need to find the keys to save Zeus. More characters were introduced for future story lines. I recommend reading the books in order to keep the characters straight although they all begin with the same introduction.
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