Their Phoenix (Daughters of Olympus, #3)

My rating: ❤❤❤❤ of 5!

Their Phoenix

 


Book #3 in the Daughters of Olympus series, so if you haven’t already you should read Their Siren and Their Mate first.


Finally a female lead I love.


Lark is just so much more refreshing than her sisters, Harlow from Their Siren and Remedy from Their Mate. Unlike with Remedy, I’m not fearing that Lark might be a suicidal wreck. No offense to any one, but characters that are so intense just doesn’t fit with these easy breezy reads, at least not for me.

While Lark is far from perfect, she is a hard working character who doesn’t think the world has wronged her and therefore owe her. She has her heart set on being the best and she works as hard as possible to achieve her dream, her very own Las Vegas show. Lark’s only family is an overbearing mother and an estranged aunt. When disaster strikes Lark does learn a valuable lesson: mother knows best! Unfortunately, it is too little too late and, when Remedy shows up with her wolves Lark is not as open to her new sister as she could have been.

The only reason I’m not giving this book 5 hearts is because of how she bests her father. Harlow bested her father, Poseidon, like it was nothing. Remedy bested her father, Ares, like it was nothing. Not everyone has the same knowledge I get that, but there are certain things most people know. Like at least a few of the names of the Olympian twelve, yet, Lark seems to have no idea who her her dad is and, she bests him like it’s a walk in the park. All 3 sisters have managed this so far, and I’ve been equally disappointed that it’s not even hard for them.

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