Sweet Legacy Blog Blitz

I might’ve got and devoured my copy of Sweet Legacy this weekend and reviewed it too.  But it’s official release date is today.  And I have the pleasure to participate in this blog Blitz by asking the author one question.

What is Sweet Legacy:

Well, here’s the gorgeous Cover:

Here’s the Official Blurb:

Greer has always known she was privileged, though she had no idea how special her second sight made her, even among her triplet monster-fighting sisters. But when a god starts playing with her mind, can Greer step up in her pretty high heels to prevent anything from stopping her sisters’ mission?
Grace loves her adopted brother, Thane, but now that he’s back and has joined her sisters’ team, it’s clear his past is full of dark mysteries. She wants to trust him, but will Thane’s secret put the girls in even more danger?
Gretchen knows she can rely on her sisters to help her stop the monsters. But after getting to know some of the beasties in the abyss, she finds her role as a huntress comes with more responsibility than she ever imagined. How can she know what her birthright demands of her now?
The girls cannot hesitate as they seek the location of the lost door between the realms, even as monsters and gods descend on San Francisco in battle-ready droves. In this exciting conclusion to the Sweet Venom trilogy, these teenage heirs of Medusa must seek the truth, answer the ancient riddles, and claim their immortal legacy.
And here’s my question to Tera and her answer:
MJ: You have two series that incorporate Greek mythology.  Why Greek myths?
Tera:  Why not? I have loved Greek mythology since I was a little girl. It is endlessly fascinating. Partly because it is the origin of so much of western culture. But also because it is so rich with universal characters and stories. We have all known pretty blonde heartbreakers like Aphrodite and hot angry jocks like Ares. Themes of grief and love and war and passion are just as relevant today. The people and events of Greek mythology could just as easily be us and our friends and our lives. Personally, I love the challenge of taking something so seemingly disconnected from the modern world and making it relevant to a contemporary audience.



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