Review: Endangered - Book #1 Daughter of Hades Series - Dani Hoots - May 2016
One of my favourite themes to read about is Greek Mythology and renditions of famous stories , one of them is the tale of Hades and Persephone. In Endangered we discover that the pair had a daughter named Chrysanthemum aka Chrys and she has been living in the Underworld with her dad Hades and learning the family business. She has also been given strict instructions that she isn't allowed to wander outside of the underworld realm as nobody knows she exists as Zeus believes that Hades is sterile and can't have children but of course this hasn't proven to be the case. In Endangered we also glimpse another side of Persephone which actually made me hate her character and like Hades a little more as she is a cougar busy dating and sleeping with as many men as she likes. Persephone only spends 3 months out of the 12 months in the Underworld and hates it here, she would rather spend her time on Earth. Chrys longs to spend some time on Earth and see what it's like , so she gets an idea and soon Chrys, her tutor Huntley and AJ - who is Posiedon's son head to London. While they are there though, it seems that there are other Gods and Goddesses roaming the streets and they are about to use Chrys as a pawn in their games in order to gain power. Can Huntley now a mere mortal save Chrys or will she discover that being the daughter of Hades can benefit her in the game of life and death ?
If you love Greek Mythology Tales and Books that are based on variants of tales - then you will love Endangered by Dani Hoots - Book #1 Daughter of Hades series.