But Liam's divine mission is far more complex than she ever imagined and nothing is truly as it seems. Because Liam has a secret of his own: He is Apollo, Olympian god of the Sun, and his mission will never be complete until he has claimed Siobhan's heart forever.
Okay with the Amazon blurb out the way, here's my thoughts. I found this book an interesting and fairly enjoyable read. It was well written with sex scenes that were sufficiently hot. As it is primarily a romance, there is a lot of focus on the main female character. The character of Siobhan starts off with some backbone but rapidly becomes a placeholder with very little agency. Apollo was a bit too sexist and overbearing for me to like him. With these alpha male romance books, the man has to be hot with hidden depths. I got the feeling that there was nothing beyond his desire to bang the main character. The romance fell a little flat, whilst the sex seems were of a sufficient level of heat, the romance felt a little lacking.
The writer also has her main character talk in Irish dialect which becomes a mite annoying from about 50% in. It may be a personal thing, but I find that dialect in book form can be extremely frustrating if not used sparingly. The ending of the book also seemed rushed.
The world building is interesting, if a little underused. I would have loved to know more about how the Influential families worked as that was a very intriguing aspect of the book.
Despite those negatives, it is a good read and I would recommend it to readers of erotica, because this book is a bit on the steamy side.