Life was so simple before I killed a god. It was self-defense; I swear. Ever since that day—the day a blind date tried to sacrifice me to a Hawaiian god—I’ve had to make some life adjustments. Like hunting gods before they have a chance to kill me. I’m new to this; there’s a learning curve. So, when a hot, Viking god offers to help me, I’m understandably wary. This could be the start of a glorious adventure. Or it could be the beginning of a bloody and excruciatingly painful end.
Every day, a woman like Louise passes you in the street: elegant, confident, determined. But underneath, she’s struggling. She doesn’t know her sister, Alice, has been scared of leaving the house since their mother died. She doesn’t know when Alice babysits her little boy, Archie, he sometimes sees things he shouldn’t. She doesn’t know Archie has a secret.