Zeus, Hera and the gang are from another planet, but were rebel-rousers, so were banished ages ago to Earth. Zeus, now Zeke, owner of a fireworks firm, is aging and he is looking back on life with many regrets. All the children of alliances with him are troubled, unable to find true love unless they mate with one of their kind. He is also sorry for all these problems the many romances caused between Hera and him. So he has decided to play matchmakers for the children of his line, determined to see them happy, and maybe at the same time, mend the troubles between Hera and himself.
Hera and Zeus arrive on the scene knowing Hugh is the man for Dia, but Demeter has other plans, so it is up to the duo to put things right.
The review of this Book prepared by DeborahAnne MacGillivray
Love Spell, Jan 2002, 5.99, 400 pp.
Hugh Pendragon fears that one-day he will misinterpret the visions when he helps the police locate a missing person. Though he needs restful solitude, he dreams that he helps stage magician Dia Trelawny. He attends her Chicago show at the same time Dia's older sister Liza, single mother of two sets of identical twins, also watches.
Following the performance, Dia learns from the kids that Liza left on a romantic adventure leaving her in charge of the children. Dia realizes she must find Liza because she cannot watch the children due to the machinations of Demetria Cesare, once known as the ancient Goddess Demeter. Demetria plans to use Dia to destroy Hugh, a descendent of her enemy Hades. At the same time the matchmaking attempts of Zeke “Zeus” Jupiter and Harriet “Hera” Juneau, ho need to make amends for all the trouble they caused mortals millenniums ago, select Dia and Hugh as their current project.
The latest Zeus-Hera matchmaking tale, THE SEEKER, is an engaging tale that hooks the audience from start to finish. The story line is fun as Dia struggles to balance her work as a performer with four children, the interference of the Greek Gods and her growing love for Hugh. He toils with a stolen family jewel, his seeker abilities, and his growing love for Dia. As with the TRICKSTER and THE WARRIOR, Kathleen Nance provides fans of otherworldly romances with a powerfully enchanting novel.
The review of this Book prepared by Harriet Klausner