Medusa needs to get a life.
After centuries of boredom in the Underworld, Medusa wants to live a little. And what better way to shake things up than a vacay on Earth?
There’s only one problem. She’s hideous.
When her boss, Hades, needs a favor, Medusa jumps at the chance to do his bidding. In exchange for a banging mortal bod, the ancient gorgon must mix a little business with pleasure before she can get to the margaritas and mayhem:
Assess L.A.'s top entertainment lawyer, Jake "The Snake" Sullivan, and his questionable soul.
Killing two birds with one stone should be easy, right? That’s what Medusa thinks... until she discovers Jake not only has a good soul, but he makes her feel human again, with a real live beating heart and not one made of stone.
Will Medusa be that monster and risk Hades’ wrath to selfishly send Jake to Hell so she can possess him forever? Or will she do the right thing and send the man she loves where he belongs?
She's tired of being a tree.
Even living as an evergreen, Daphne can’t shake Apollo, the god cursed to relentlessly pursue her. Determined to ditch him once and for all, she returns to her nymph form and makes a break for it, hiding in the last place on Earth she thinks he’ll look. But when she ends up in humble sheriff’s deputy Sam Carson’s kitchen, she discovers she might actually want to stop running for good.
There’s only one problem.
Apollo will crush anyone who gets in his way. Literally.
Apollo’s got a big head. And it only gets bigger when he enlists his trusty assistant and muse, Calliope, to help him find Daphne before his reputation as revered victor is trashed. Hades-bent on finally getting what he’s been chasing after for centuries, he almost misses out on what’s been right under his nose the whole time.
Can the god of every damn thing learn a little humility before it’s too late?
Or will all of Olympus finally know the truth: Their ultimate winner is really a giant loser.
Cupid's working overtime.
Late for his annual performance review, Cupid finds himself up the River Styx without a paddle when his boss threatens to fire him. Luckily, he sweet talks his way into a second chance, but his last shot comes with an impossible deadline.
He’s got six months to turn mortal enemies into lovers or he loses his immortality—and his one true love's heart—forever.
No problem for the god of love, right? Well…
Liz Johnson thinks love at first sight is a bunch of crap. Then she meets her new coworker, Leo Simmons, and her theory totally hits the fan... and splatters everywhere.
Even worse, Leo thinks he’s God’s gift. When he turns on the charm because she won’t give him the time of day, she’ll be damned if her resolve crumbles to hell.
The kicker? Neither knows Cupid is posing as their new boss. Or that he’s using every matchmaking trick in the book to stop fate from taking his wings—and their lives.
Will Cupid hit his mark? Find out in this hilarious modern-day twist on the mythology you know and love.