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Can be enjoyed as a stand-alone.

Hades, lord of the underworld, has spent years searching the world for his fated mate. He's watched his brother and nephews find their "light", and yet he can't find his. On the verge of giving up hope, Hades attends his brother Poseidon's wedding - so outside his comfort zone, but his discomfort proves worth it. Because there, at the reception, he finally sees his light. 

It wasn't that Ali was uncomfortable around wolves - he'd been a good friend of Claude's for years. But when one of the wolves at Claude's and Poseidon's wedding gets verbally pushy, he feels he has no choice but to shift and find the alpha. What he doesn't expect is to find a beautiful man with soulful eyes, holding out his hand. 

After all Ali and Hades have been through in their lives, you'd think the fates would be kind to them. But between Cerberus's howling, Persephone's snarking, and Ali's family proving there is more to them than their blatant wealth, Ali and Hades have their hands full creating a life with each other. But maybe, just maybe, the Mother has a gift for them after all. 

This is an MM paranormal true-mates story intended for adults only. 

©2020 Lisa Oliver (P)2020 Lisa Oliver

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  • 15-03-2021

Love this Series, but needs a better narrator.

I have to say that Hades and Ali's book is one of my absolute favorites. So I also have to admit that I disliked the narrator quite a bit. The reason is mispronunciations of common words made it tough to listen to. For example, the Goddess PER-SEF-ONIE (Persephone), yet the narrator continued to say PERCE-PHONE.
Mispronunciation occured with AL-E (ALI'S) name as well he kept saying OWLIE. The last repetitive mispronunciation is the word. Shone. Correct sounds phonetically is (SHOWN) For example, The sun shone down upon his golden hair. Instead, the narrator kept saying SHON. I love everything this Author writes but this is the wrong narrator to keep and hold someone's attention without excessive irritation. Fortunately I read the book prior to listening to it. I've tried listening to it several times, but I don't care for it.

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  • MonicaB
  • 11-01-2021

absolutely love this story

absolutely love this story. Hadds and Alli are so made fof each other. amazing writing, like you are there.


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how does one pronounce Persephone?

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  • ceejay
  • 20-12-2020

Great story, but irritating mispronunciations

Love Lisa Oliver's books and the Gods Made me do It is an excellent series. This one takes in Hades who finally finds some happiness.
However the mispronunciations started to really grate. Especially Persephone that was pronounced "Percyphone" as in "Vodafone", when it should be pronounced ( excuse my bad phonetic spelling here, but this is how I perceive it) "Purr-Sef-O-knee" - obviously without the "K"
I nearly fell off my chair when he pronounced the Elysium fields as "Asylum" it should be Eee-lis-ee-um.
Aside from that - it was good.

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  • K
  • 19-12-2020

Great book

Great book and I loved reading it. The narration leaves a lot to be desired as always there are many mispronounciations/wrong words, not pronouncing Hades' correctly but I do like the narrator's voice.

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