A story about a kidnapped priestess, the lone wolf shifter who rescues her, and a god desperate to prove his sister wrong.
336 AD. Constantine II rules the Roman Empire, and the Cult of One gains a foothold with the common people. A clash of belief systems is at hand.
Fresh from her misadventures in the western isles, Athena’s fears for the fate of her godly family fall upon deaf ears–particularly with carefree Apollo. As she ignores her father’s orders to stay within the empire and heads north for Asgard, Apollo, god of music, medicine, archery, and plague, immerses himself among the people to prove her concerns baseless.
Two years earlier, Lor, a devout priestess of Apollo, was kidnapped and sold illegally into slavery. Seven hundred and thirty long days of suffering at the hands of monsters haunts her, and she now fears her newest master plans to sell her to the highest, foulest bidder. Her heart burns with defiance, but surrounded by her master’s soldiers, she has little hope of escaping her fate…
Until a figure emerges from the shadows. Handsome, rugged barbarian one moment, a great black wolf the next, this mysterious stranger whisks her away from her captors–but has Lor traded one cage for another? Little does she know, there is more to this wolf shifter than meets the eye.
Apollo’s Priestess is the second novella in the Lovers and Liars: Immortal Wars series. While there is an overarching plot to the series about the old world gods going to war with one another, it can be read as a standalone paranormal romance. The novella centers around a former priestess and a wolf shifter. Contains a slow burn romance, graphic violence, and sexual content. Also includes a HEA and no cliffhanger for the love interests.