When you're the daughter of a god, you're not always in charge of your own fate. That's what Rose and her five sisters discover when their father, a minor god, has bartered their future to the god of the Underworld. Their foolish father lost his kingdom to a trickster goddess, and much like any buffoon, he has thrown good money after bad and decided to trade his daughters for his kingdom. Indeed, the girls' hands have been given in marriage to the princes of hell.
For Rose, that sucks in particular because Finn is cold, arrogant, and vain. It doesn't help that she falls in love with one of his subjects shortly before the wedding date. Morgan is everything that Finn isn't. What girl wouldn't love him? Except that she finds out there's hell to pay for falling for a mortal.
When you're the daughter of a god, you're not always in charge of your own fate. That's what Riven and her five sisters discover when their father, a minor god, has bartered their future to the god of the Underworld.
Riven's nothing like her twin sister. She's bold, determined, ambitious, and she will get what she wants. Hell hath no fury like a woman kept from her objective. And right now, Riven's objective is Finn, the firstborn of the King of Hell.
Sure, Riven's promised to Nico, but what's a little trial to a demigoddess like Riven? She welcomes the challenge. Poor Nico. He's bitten off more than he can chew when it comes to this feisty daughter of a demigod.
And Riven's hell bent on getting what she wants. Literally.