The Flickering Flame (The Galactic Pantheon Book 3)
by Alyce Caswell on 2018-10-20
Grace Pendergast is a disgraced reporter with blood on her hands. She thinks the galaxy would be better off without her. But before she can take drastic measures, she encounters Finara, the goddess of fire, who offers Grace the opportunity of a lifetime. Finara might be the most arrogant woman Grace has ever met, but the goddess has a softer side that she has managed to hide from the entire galaxy from millennia. Until she enlists the services of a particularly stubborn reporter, that is. As sparks ignite between them, Grace finds herself struggling to choose between carrying out her original plans — or accepting an eternity at Finara’s side.
The Twisted Vine (The Galactic Pantheon Book 2)
by Alyce Caswell on 2018-08-25
When Fei, a brilliant but downtrodden programmer struggling with a crisis of faith, finds proof that GLEA, an organisation filled with the Creator God’s most loyal followers, owns the company she works for, her secular sanctuary is shattered. Kuja, god of the rainforests, encounters Fei while she is still reeling from her discovery and feels compelled to give her the patience and understanding she so badly needs.
But Kuja must make sure he abandons her before his siblings discover how deep his feelings for her really are. They would see her as a distraction — or worse, a threat to the grand design, one that needs removing. And Fei is already in enough danger. With GLEA preparing to wipe out hundreds of thousands of innocent lives simply because those people dare to worship other gods, Fei knows she has to try to stop them, even if it means risking her career and her life.
Kuja is desperate to return to her side and help her. But even if he could protect her from his divine siblings, why would she want to spend an eternity with him? And how could she forgive someone who has lied to her from the very beginning?
The Tortured Wind (The Galactic Pantheon Book 1)
by Alyce Caswell on 2017-10-20
In the millennia since leaving Old Earth, humans have spread far and wide into the galaxy. An array of sub-level gods were created to deal with the expanding population, always to protect them out of sight, never to become one of them — and never to understand love or experience it for themselves.
Callista is a member of a gang in her planet’s only city and has killed her fair share of opponents. She trusts her gang with her life, but she can never tell them about her strange powers or the visions she has of a faceless man. Sandsa, god of the deserts, was designed by his father the Creator God to rule over the sands and those living on them. But Sandsa does not care for the mortals he is meant to protect and abandons them to seek the woman who haunts his dreams.
Once united in their waking hours, he and Callista discover that following your dreams can have consequences. Their love plunges Atsa City into an all-out war and soon they face more than just mortal threats — the Creator God must have a god in the deserts. And his children are determined to see his will done, no matter how many mortals might die in the process. Sandsa and Callista must face a pantheon of gods — but even if they succeed they risk losing everything they have built together.