Eleven thousand years ago, Archonís three illegitimate
daughters, The Fates, accidentally cursed Archon and
Apollymiís son Apostolos. The curse would kill them all so
Archon wanted the babe killed. To save her unborn child,
Apollymi had the infant raised by mortals.
When Apostolos and his twin brother Styxx were born
it was apparent that Apostolos was not identical in every
way to his twin. To them, he was an abomination. He was
named after the
They called him Acheron.
Eleven thousand years is not long enough to banish the
horror of his past. Acheron doesnít get close to anyone and
he doesnít trust. He still thinks he is unworthy of love.
Then he meets Dr. Soteria Kafieri. Tori is an archeologist
trying to uncover the mysteries of Atlantis. She is
determined to finish her fatherís work and bring dignity
back to her family. Acheron is determined to keep his past
hidden. If it means ruining Toriís good name to do it, so be
it. Tori uncovers more than ancient artifacts. She now has
the power to destroy Acheron and the world, but she doesnít
know it. As they begin to fight a battle that will either
save or kill them all, Tori becomes the one person who may
finally be able to save Acheron.
Acheron is the baddest of the bad boys. Heís sex
personified. To see him is to want him. He is a legend in
any time. He rules with righteous indignation and he never
breaks a promise. Acheron is one of the most compelling
characters Iíve ever read about and as such his story needed
to be as well.
that, and more.
Part one delves into Acheronís past. Itís brutal, agonizing,
and terribly unjust. No mere mortal could have survived such
pain and torture. Acheron is constantly persecuted and
violated. It is emotionally draining to read. He suffers
unimaginable pain and anguish. He brings new meaning to the
phrase ďtortured heroĒ. Sherrilyn Kenyon excels at creating
descriptive scenes and imaginative characters. Part two is
just as thrilling and action-packed as all of the
stories. Battles, car chases, gods, demons, and more make
every page exciting. At first, I wasnít sure how things
would work between Tori and Acheron, but Tori quickly proved
to be the perfect woman for him. Her strength and compassion
shines on every page.
hatred of Artemis is justified, and even if Acheron werenít
a god, he still would be to me. There is no man more
appealing, more charming, or more sexy than him. There is
also no one more deserving of a happily ever after.
Acheron is a
story of revelations and confirmations. Questions are
finally answered and doubts are cast aside as Acheronís
story is told in its brilliant entirety. If you thought you
loved him before, wait until you read this!
Sherrilyn Kenyon raises the bar once again with
is an epic tale that surpassed my highest hopes. It totally