“Into the Dark” Atlantis Book 4.5; Lords of the Underworld Book 0.5;3.5
by Gena Showalter
Nikki’s Rating: 3 out of 10
Summary: Three Novellas, tales from both Atlantis and Lords of the Underworld. “The Darkest Fire” tells the story of the passion between Geryon, a monstrous guardian of hell, and angelic Kadence, the goddess of Oppression. A tale of Atlantis, “The Amazon’s Curse” follows the romance of Amazon warrior Nola and the Amazons’ vampire slave, Zane. In “The Darkest Prison” Atlas, the Titan god of Strength, now holds his former master, Nike, the Greek goddess of strength, as his captive and slave causing a forbidden romance to bloom.
The Top 3 Dandy Things about Gena Showalter’s “Into the Dark”
(May Contain Spoilers)
3 stories in 1 novel, bonus!
Reading “Into the Dark” reminded me why I’m not truly fond of short stories. Generally I only get invested in a story because of the characters so without character development I feel less interested and therefore, short stories are not my cup of tea. Reading novellas or short stories involving characters I’m already familiar with from other novels/series makes them more enjoyable for me.
There is a section at the end of the book called “At home with the Lords of the Underworld” where William interviews each Lord and it is HILARIOUS! Seriously, this was my favorite part of the book, Gena has such a great sense of humor and I love that this is reflected in her characters, especially William.
What were your Favorite Things about "Into the Dark"?