About the Book
Not all heroes wear capes . . . In fact, some prefer cat hair-covered leggings and a lab coat. Meet Ryan Bell, the painfully single twenty-eight-year-old botanist credited with creating miraculous air-purifying flowers capable of saving mankind from itself. There's only one problem: Only Ryan can grow them.
With her smart and playful writing, debut author Metra Farrari cleverly blends chick-lit with a dash of Greek mythology--the product a winning combination of smart-alecky wit, dreamy escapism, and a quirky yet lovable heroine.
Ryan Bell is your typical millennial: surviving on a diet of wine and Netflix, woefully single enough to qualify for cat-lady membership, and renting from a seventy-something Tinder-swiping landlord-turned-bestie. But underneath her chipped-off manicure lies a green thumb that has created miraculous flowers capable of saving mankind from cataclysmic climate change. There's one problem: Only Ryan can grow them.
An unusual audience comes to an unorthodox conclusion: Ryan is the heir of the Greek god Artemis.
Although Ryan thinks these strange, toga-wearing folks are one kalamata olive short of a Greek salad, she reluctantly enters a hidden world where the Olympians are real and magic flows freely (plus a generous serving of Greek hunks). Talk about one epic identity crisis. Magical demigod or not, the fate of civilization--both mortal and godly--now rests on Ryan's shoulders.