Book Review of The Warrior’s Progeny

My Review

When you think of Greek gods and goddesses, you don’t usually think of them in a modern sense. Jeny Heckman did an amazing job at bringing the traits of Greek gods into modern day people such as football star, Colton Stone, and Dr. Lillian Morgan.

The author created realistic situations and excelled at placing obstacles between the hero and heroine. One of her strengths that amazed me was her ability to write from a man’s perspective. It was fun getting inside Colt’s head and witnessing his easy temper. Well written and a great read.

My rating: 4 stars

Favorite Quote

“Your mom didn’t want to get married again?”

“No,” Chelsea said, climbing into the large man’s lap and running her hand up and down the stubble of his rusty beard. “’ Cause she said Daddy was perfect. She might still be sad but I’m not sad anymore and told her we need a new daddy.”

“Ah… S-so, the game. Do you guys have jerseys?” Colt asked, changing the topic before those beautiful blue eyes inquired if he wanted the job.

Blurb

Colton Stone, a newly traded tight end, arrives in his new city ready to play ball. His reputation is as beaten as his football helmet. When he receives a vacation invitation, he accepts. A decision that could be fueled by magical interference. When he meets Dr. Lillian Morgan, he isn’t certain what to think.

A widow with two children, Lilly is looking forward to her friends’ wedding. When she meets Colton Stone, his arrogant attitude only makes her long for the love she took for granted. She adores her work as a pediatric surgeon, but the football player reminds her of a child.

When black energy touches their world Colt and Lilly become the pawns of immortal gods. So is the love developing between them natural or part of a larger prophecy?

Amazon ~ Goodreads

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