The slave of demented Gods, Sacha knew only a life of anguish and suffering until she was reborn as a Guardian of the Realms. Gifted with immense strength and rare abilities, she has spent thousands of years battling to protect the four Realms with her Guardian family. Time has allowed her to construct the perfect mask of calm and control so none can see the past shame and immense pain buried in the darkest recesses of her mind. Now, an encounter with a new and powerful enemy has left Sacha the victim of a poison induced coma that all are unable to heal. The last thing anyone imagines waking her is a God with the strength and potential to unravel her entire world.
As the most powerful of the Gods, Hades was awakened from the Creators’ enforced sleep to help the Guardians in their quest to find his heinous brother, Apollo. After a brutal battle with an unknown Goddess leaves him in need of healing he finds himself powerfully drawn into the room of a sleeping seductress. Her soul calls to him relentlessly, but if he surrenders himself to that connection and gives her the strength to heal, life as he knows it will end.
With their worlds unraveling and new threats at every turn will Sacha’s past destroy them? Or will she bring a God to his knees and lead them both into Divine Ecstasy.
Warning: Sexually explicit content, dirty language and Gods behaving badly.
Okay, so first off, this is a long overdue review... Much like all of my reviews lately. So, my apologies to Setta Jay. You, Setta Jay, creator of MY dragon and this awesome Guardian world... You write books faster than I write my reviews and I am in awe!
Divine Ecstasy. So, it's Book 8 in the series. Honestly, if you're 8 books in and you're still reading, you're going like this one, you may not "love" it, but it's a necessary read for the ongoing series arc.
"Like vs. Love" -- See, Divine Ecstasy had a different feel to it than the rest of the series. Don't get me wrong, there was a reason for it and it's understandable with the circumstances... but I was expecting more Frenzy, more sexual tension, more of what the other books had that I can't quite put my finger on or name. Sporadically throughout the book, I would get a feeling like the Frenzy was picking up, but it was fleeting and left me wanting... Wanting P's book, that is. I mean for realz, the ending was just like... whaaaaat!?!
I don't want to down on this book, because shit, I gave it 4 stars, and it was good. It just wasn't like the rest of the series. It's has a slower pace and a subdued Frenzy... but it does have a pretty sweet (i.e. dirty as fuck) scene in it, that I absolutely loved and squeed about.
All in all, if you're invested in this series, you're going to read this, just know going in that is a slower pace and a little more subdued due to certain circumstances (am I being vague or what?). If you have doubts about reading it, do it anyway, if only for that sweet-ass dirty as fuck scene.