God of Fire

(Greek Myths: A New Retelling)

Book cover of God of Fire. Scarlet background with golden flames. Title and author name in white. The O of God is the head of Hephaestus, god of fire. His hair and long beard are made from flames.
God of fire (Greek Myths: A New Retelling)

Imagine being the goddess of love. Now imagine being forced to marry the god of fire. Especially when you prefer his brother…

Goddess of love here, but you can call me Aphrodite, AKA the most beautiful being in history. Imagine my delight when Zeus marries me to the ugliest Olympian. The god of fire is nothing to look at and the permanent wound to his left leg hardly helps.

Adding insult to injury, this marriage is a punishment. Not to me, but to him! If only Zeus had married me to Ares. The god of war doesn’t have much upstairs, but there are compensations. Need I say more? And if my husband wants to spend all day at the forge, then he has only himself to blame…

God of Fire is an imaginative standalone historical fantasy. If you like forgotten legends, fantastic beasts, and dark tales punctuated with humour, then you’ll adore Helen Steadman’s fascinating expedition into mythology.

Buy God of Fire to unravel the romantic tangles of ancient Greece today!

Recommended for fans of MythosSong of AchillesCirce and Pandora’s Jar.


Read God of Fire to unravel the romantic tangle of ancient Greece today!

Recommended for fans of MythosSong of AchillesCirce and Pandora’s Jar.

Listen to a sample of the audiobook on SoundCloud.

%d bloggers like this:
search previous next tag category expand menu location phone mail time cart zoom edit close