Eclipsing Apollo

Eclipsing Apollo

Apollo is fond of many things. Music, poetry, physical prowess, truth, and love. The Pythian Games are in his honor and he attends, as a mere mortal, to enjoy the competition… and the women. Meeting the fair Coronis offers him his greatest delight. Her strength, her fearlessness, and her beauty clasp his heart with an irrevocable hold. But she wants none of him.

Coronis’ duty is to marry, but she yearns for so much more. She is a fierce competitor, a hunter, skilled in strategy and reason. Those that would court her lack both the mind and the body to rival hers - she will settle for no less. As a mortal, Apollo was both infuriating and tempting. But Apollo the Olympian is terrifying. She fears giving him her heart might destroy her soul.

Demeter’s need for revenge pits Olympian against Olympian, forcing Apollo into a darkness the God of Light must fight if he ever hopes to see his Coronis again.

Title:Eclipsing Apollo
Edition Language:English
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    Eclipsing Apollo Reviews

  • Kayla

    Really enjoyed this story...

  • Veronica of V's Reads

    This is the third book in a series, and I'm probably sure I should have read it in order. That said, I still was able to enjoy this book--after I sorted out the backstory.This is a historical romance ...

  • (Nat) Reading Romances

    Spoilers ahead“You’ve come to compete in the games?” she asked as they cleared the tree line.Apollo looked at her. “To win.”She arched a brow at him. “To win what?”“All, lady.” Apoll...

  • Meret Magdi

    5 starsI wasnt expecting giving this book a 5 stars at all.. Im happy I did tho xD..I cant believe there are no more books in this series :'( .. I NEED MORE!!I loved this book...

  • inedible plant

    This book taught to me how to write good sex story because the author told the first time Apollo and Coronis had sex so well that it was one of the best sex I have read in romance books. Aside from th...

  • Morgan

    This story leaves me aching. Unlike the first two books in the Love of Olympus series, ECLIPSING APOLLO has a decidedly and, in my opinion, unnecessarily tragic ending. I can't fathom why things had t...

  • E.

    "Eclipsing Apollo" by Sasha Summers is part of the 'Loves of Olympus' series and is a retelling of several elements of Greek mythology, particularly events involving the interactions between Apollo an...

  • Beth P

    I continue to enjoy the writing of Sasha Summers and, in particular, her Loves of Olympus series. There is such a lyrical quality to her writing, especially when her characters speak. I loved how this...

  • Surri

    Please get a proofreaderWhile the stories are good, spelling and grammatical errors are so abundant that they distract from the tale. One chapter, I believe the third, ends in "his l". Please please p...

  • Grey homack

    Easy to read and enjoyLoved the story full of love and sorrow and lust and courage as every good story is. Easy to read and fits will with the others in the collection....