In Deity we dive deeper into Alex’s world. Her birthday is coming up and she is afraid of what is going to happen when she Awakens. Seth seems to be changing, the more marks that she receives, the more hungry for power he is. Alex thinks there is hope for Seth, but sometimes what we want to happen, and what needs to happen are two separate things. Alex is still mourning Caleb, but she is getting stronger everyday. With the Order of Thantos out to kill her, she is constantly surrounded by babysitters. When things get out of control Aiden takes Alex to a safe house so he can better protect her. Will the miles that separate her from Seth make a difference once she turns eighteen?
Jennifer L. Armentrout has completely immersed us in this captivating and dangerous world. Alex and Aidan are like so many lovers in Greek mythology. Can they break the cycle and find some way to be together? The more of their story that is told, the more the reader is on edge. What will come of these two star-crossed lovers. Are they meant to end up like Apollo and Hyacinth? Gods, love, war, sacrifice, and unimaginable odds surround or heroes. Will they beat these odds, or be lost in a war that can’t be won?