The man looked like a god. Then again, he was one. . .
Jord Thorson was a god– the son of Thor, the Norse God of Thunder. In his search to find his missing father, Jord seeks out the mortal, Meghan Larson, who is in possession of his only clue–Megingjörð, Thor’s magical belt of power.
But when the belt decides to take matters into its own hands, locking itself around Meghan’s waist, Jord and Meghan are plunged into the middle of a massive conflict that rages across the heavens.
Giants, magical artifacts, and a golden city in the clouds weren’t exactly what Meghan Larson expected when that amazing belt arrived at her museum. Now Megingjörð is stuck around her waist and talking to her in her head. She’s got to be dreaming, but with the wonders around her and hunky Jord Thorson at her side, Meghan’s not sure she wants to wake up.
Author - S. C. Mitchell
Posted by Unknown on 4th Apr 2013
Mitchell has written a really fun adventure about some pretty unlikely characters. He starts out with a museum curator and a college professor and we quickly find out that the professor is actually the youngest son of Thor. Chaos ensues and there are romantic scenes and chase scenes and political wrangling, all guiding the characters to the end of this chapter of the story.
I hope there will be more - I want to see what will happen next in the nebulous world of the gods.
Posted by Unknown on 8th Mar 2013
I love both Greek and Norse mythology, and romance which is not too surprising since I am here, so I had to pick this up.
It kept my interest through most of the book but there were some missteps in the plot and a few characters felt forced. The love scenes were good at first but they didn't vary much so they didn't feel fresh as I continued to read (lack of a better word).
The book was a simple read and I got through it pretty quick. I gave it three stars.
Posted by Lisa Marie on 23rd Feb 2013
While the premise of the book is solid I was hoping for much more. The execution is lacking and the writing is weak and watered down. The first hint should've been in the synopsis when we start with a cliche (take matters into his own hands) then tie that cliche to a belt. Does the belt have hands? I give the author credit for the research on the Norse Gods but that's about it. The author's writing has to drastically improve before I consider purchasing another of their books. Lots of good titles here on SoulMate, and I would recommend picking another first.