Married to Mars by Stephen H. King

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The Boxed Set of books 1-3, this book presents the author's original vision of the story. It contains:

Book 1: Cataclysm: Return of the Gods
Her entire world upended in a disastrous cataclysm, Crystal faces a new existence beside her husband, Matthew. First, though, she has to deal with the dark secret he’s been harboring through their years of marriage: his other identity, the God of War. Along the way her life and those of her twin daughters are threatened repeatedly by the Goddess of Love, her husband’s ex-wife who wants him back.

Follow the story of Crystal while she seeks her place as the wife of the ancient and terrible God of War.

Book 2: Ascension: Return of the Gods:
Eternal life with her husband.

That’s all Crystal wants. Having survived the epic battle between her husband, the God of War, and his ex-wife, the Goddess of Love, Crystal sets her sights on achieving the impossible: she wants to be a goddess.

En route to accomplishing the impossible, Crystal receives assistance from some unlikely teachers, including Thor, Hephaestus, and even Apollo, her husband’s most acerbic rival. Through it all, Gaia, the mother goddess, serves as Crystal’s primary guide while treating the quest as her own grand source of amusement.

Book 3: Deception: Return of the Gods
The powerful King of Atlantis, beloved by his warrior followers, has been kidnapped. Every sign points to the God of War as the culprit and heavenly outrage is the result. As East prepares to meet West in a war of the pantheons, Crystal, wife of the God of War and newly-ascended goddess, finds herself in the surprising role of lead investigator. Unlikely allies come to her aid as she searches to find the king—and his real abductor—before battle is joined by the most powerful forces in the universe.

About Stephen H. King

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Published February 23, 2013 692 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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