The Goddess of Fate & Destiny (4 books)
Everyone wants to control their own luck … until it gets you caught in a war between gods and demons.
Luck has never been on my side—until I get caught in the middle of a spell. Now I’ve got a god’s magic hiding in my body and an army of demons willing to destroy New York as they try to find me.
I can’t work out if my luck has taken a turn for the better or if it has gotten much worse when three alluring gods arrive, claiming they’re the guardians of the magic inside me. Until the magic is returned to the Heavenly Realm, they’re my guardians too.
Gun the warrior, Jae the Sorcerer, and Song the empath. What I thought was just their bond to the magic is more than that. It’s a bond to me.
When the magic releases something inside of me and suddenly I’m not an ordinary human anymore, it’s no longer up to these three gods to save me. It’s up to me to save our destinies.
It’s time to start making my own luck.
With the magic of Luck still inside her, Kia’s heading straight to Hell…
Considering I still have the magic of Luck inside of me and my father, the Prince of the Gods, is trying to kill me for it, you’d think daddy issues were worst of my problems.
You’d be wrong.
The grandfather I’ve yet to meet is trapped in the Dark World, surrounded by demons, and it’s up to me and three guardian gods to rescue him.
Jae, Song and Gun have promised me they’re going to do everything they can to protect me. Something inside me keeps telling me to trust them, but it's the same thing that's telling me I'm supposed to be with them, and that could be Luck.
But then again, the other help is coming from Rok. A fallen god – that makes him a demon in my eyes. And considering he dated one, and is possibly still pining for her, he’s not exactly on the top of my list for trusting either.
Heavenly attractions, demonic dangers, and a birthright that’s put a target on my back: I’m going to need some of this stolen Luck to help me with this one.
It’s going to take more than Luck to get us out of this hell…
When I asked Rok to take me to the Dark World, this wasn’t quite what I had in mind. I’m not completely stupid—I know my chances of survival are much better when my guardians are with me. Instead, I’m wandering around Hell with no one but Rok to watch my back.
But the fallen guardian is the only one I can trust to take me to my grandfather—the god who might just be able to vanquish the demons from the Heavenly Realm and return the worlds to normal.
The quicker that can happen, the quicker I will be reunited with Jae, Song, and Gun. I might not know exactly what they are to me, but being apart from them, feels wrong and I now know that we’re supposed to be together.
I just need to work out what Rok has got to do with all of this and hope that the betrayal doesn’t kill me