After being attacked by a serial killer, being saved by Loki - so-called god of mischief, lies, and chaos - being dragged to Alfheim, losing every cent in her bank account, and caring for her grandmother, Amy Lewis has lost her scholarship to veterinary school. But it's all right. She has a plan.
If she manages to keep her day job as a receptionist and her night job as a vet tech, she may be able to get her scholarship reinstated and save enough money for the dreaded "miscellaneous fees". Too bad her day boss is unbearable....
Agent Steve Rogers has political aspirations, but when a suitcase nuke turns out to be something much worse and so-called Norse gods start showing up in his life, he has a priority shift. Meanwhile, Loki's priorities and plans haven't changed at all. He wants Asgard to burn. Of course, earthly pleasures can be so distracting.
These three disparate characters have little in common, but they'll have to join forces to save Earth from trolls, wyrms, frost giant invasions, and an old evil growing beneath Chicago's streets.
What members say
- Melinda Sandberg
Quirky new twist on Norse mythology
Totally pulled in by the very relatable single veterinary student Amy. All the characters ring true and its great to get to know the handsome Loki who is innately kind and loyal as well as wickedly clever.
The autbors is skilled in filling in Loki's extensive back story while creating a compelling 21st century adventure/love story.
I re-listen to this first volume over and over as Amy and her grandmother somehow quickly recognize who and what Loki is and because his loyalty and oath keeping trust him to be part of their lives.
The humor is great too.
- Christopher Rumble
A new side of loki
I love the different points of views of each person. You think you know where the story is going, but it's quite unpredictable.